Center for Service and Community Engagement
The Saint Louis University Center for Service and Community Engagement creates a coordinated interface between the University and the urban communities that surround it, seeking ultimately to prepare participants to be effective servant leaders and agents for social change, as well as to foster the creation of a just and equitable society by supporting efforts of students, faculty, and staff in the areas of community service, service learning, academic research, and community partnerships.
We serve the entire SLU campus as a clearinghouse and consultants for:
- Service opportunities for students, faculty, staff and alumni.
- Academic learning and community engagement.
- Research to identify strategies that will enhance a just and equitable society.
What's Going On Now?
- Belize Winter Service Trip Announced!
What are you doing for Winter Break next year? Want to spend part of it on a Mission Trip in Belize? Then tell us you're interested by completing the Belize Interest Form!
Dates for the trip are December 29th-January 9th. Cost to be determined, but generous subsidies will be available. Application process will begin when school starts in August, but let us know you're interested now! For more information, contact John Burke at 314-977-1532 or email@example.com.
Sponsored by the Center for Service and Community Engagement. the Department of Campus Ministry, and the Service-Leadership Program in the John Cook School of Business.
- AmeriCorps Position Open at the CGC
Interested in a year of service position at SLU? The Center for Global Citizenship is currently recruiting for a year-long AmeriCorps VISTA postion! To apply, contact Leah Sweetman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-977-4214 or visit the AmeriCorps VISTA website for more information.