Welcome to the Saint Louis University Center for Service and Community Engagement, your home for becoming connected to the community! Here at the CSCE, we can provide you with a multitude of opportunities to:
We connect students, faculty, staff, and alumni to volunteer opportunities in the community,
We promote community-based scholarship by supporting campus-wide service-learning efforts and fostering university-community research partnerships.
We encourage personal and social responsibility by transforming volunteers into effective servant leaders and advocates of social justice.
Location: Center for Global Citizenship, Suite 130
3672 West Pine Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108
What's Going On Now?
- Panel on Post-Graduate Volunteer Teaching Opportunities
Thursday, February 11th, 5:30pm
Busch Student Center 353
Interested in committing to a post-graduate service opportunity? What about making a REAL difference in the lives of children? Representatives from Teach For America and City Year will be on hand to discuss their programs and answer questions. Hear from alums from each program talk about the impact it had on their lives, and hear stories of real progress being made in the education of children!
To register, please click here. For more information, please click on the photo to the right.
- Global and Local Justice Student Conference
Friday, February 19th, 1:30-5:30pm
Center for Global Citizenship
SLU undergraduate and graduate students will present their academic work pertaining to issues of local and global justice. The conference includes both poster and paper presentations. Students interested in submitting proposals should visit http://www.slu.edu/global-and-local-justice-initiative/conference for more information. Proposals due February 5th!
- Community Engaged Scholarship Workshop Series
Faculty and student teams are invited to attend this spring workshop series. The series will provide an overview of community-engaged scholarship. Seed funding - up to five $1,000 grants - will be offered to faculty-student partners who attend the entire series (3 workshops) and submit a proposal to work with a community organization. Contact Leah Sweetman at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Click here to register for the workshop.