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Center for Community Engagement

The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) supports a variety of community-based learning that happens within academic courses. Our stated mission is to enhance learning, inspire engagement, and improve community well-being.

We do this by advocating for and facilitating meaningful learning experiences that contribute to positive growth within the East Bay region through collaborative partnerships, effective practices, and resource development.

Our strategic goals include:
  • Supporting teaching and learning that enhances student development through community engagement
  • Encouraging a campus culture that values community engagement
  • Developing infrastructure that facilitates community-based learning and engagement
  • Growing and developing mutually beneficial community partnerships that reflect the needs of the region and the learning outcomes of the university
Our community partners represent a broad scope of non-profit, social service, and public entities that contribute to education, arts, equity, community health, food security, and sustainability.

Upcoming Events 

Jan08

Freshmen Day of Service Partner Breakfast/Working Session

Organizations will join us for more information and to register their project during this info session. Organizations are encouraged to come ready with their project ideas and dates for their FDOS project.

Jan09

FDoS Projects DUE

Submit your Freshmen Day of Service project description for review. FDoS projects will be on the weekends of March 2018 and April 2018 (except April 5-6 for Spring Break). Freshmen Day of Service is a day of Service for all our CSUEB Freshmen. They select a project based on their interests. Please note that due to many service project options, you may not get the total amount of students requested.

Feb15

Seeking Faculty Presenters for CCE Workshops!

We are seeking experienced faculty to co-present at two spring workshops: 1) Exploring Best Practices in Service Learning through Syllabus Design and 2) Exploring the Scholarship of Service Learning & Engagement. Be prepared to share a successful model of a learner-centered service learning syllabus or current scholarship related to service learning or community engagement. Two presenter awards are available for each workshop (four total): $250 stipend award, letter of recognition, and inclusion in a virtual showcase of faculty resources. Application link will be available in January. Application deadline is Friday, February 15th, 2019, 5:00 pm. Faculty may apply for one or both presenter awards. The workshops will be held: Syllabus Design: Friday, March 22nd, 10am- 12pm Scholarship of Engagement: Friday, April 12th, 10am – 12pm

Contact Us

The Center for Community Engagement
  • California State University, East Bay
  • Student & Faculty Support Building (SF)
  • 3rd Floor, Suite 318
  • Hayward, CA 94542
  • Community Partnerships
  • Phone: (510) 885-7653