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Community Partners

Community Partners: Share Your Available Opportunities

Semester Long Opportunities

Semester Long Opportunities

Are you a community partner with service-learning opportunities that you would like to share with Cal State East Bay students and faculty? 

Submit your opportunities here!

One Day Volunteer Events

One Day Volunteer Events

If you are looking for volunteers for one day events, please email cce@csueastbay.edu with your event name, date and time, as well as include any flyers that you would like to share.

One day opportunities are posted on BaySync.

Freshmen Day of Service (FDoS)

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In partnership with the General Studies Program, the CCE coordinates multiple half-day service projects for freshmen as part of their Freshmen Year Experience.  Projects run March through April. 

Spring 2019 Submissions are now CLOSED. 

Working With Our Students

Requesting to Initiate Partnership With Our University

The Center for Community Engagement creates and sustains partnerships with local and regional agencies for curricular and co-curricular engagement.  These collaborative partnerships prepare our students to be engaged and productive members of society, who make civic-minded decisions and contribute innovative solutions that address the complex social, health, economic, scientific, and civic issues of our time.

The Request to Initiate Partnership Form is the first step for an agency to become a contracted community partner. When the agreement is approved, CCE staff  use the site proposal  to create the posting on our database, CalStateS4.

Request to Initiate Partnership Form

questions? email Emily Chow, Senior Coordinator of Operations & Partnerships, Center for Community Engagement emily.chow@csueastbay.edu

 

Working with our students can be very rewarding. Our students are always learning and the service-learning experiences allows them to learn by doing, as well as, developing an understanding of community-based work and social responsiblity. You can help them be successful in their service-learning/volunteer placements by:
  • Orienting students to the organization’s mission, goals, and structure.
  • Provide an orientation that includes: site tour; staff introduction; description of risks/safety/emergency procedures associated with Site’s operations and/or clients; information on logging time/sign in-out.
  • Provide tasks that are significant and/or relevant.
  • Provide student with written description of tasks and responsibilities and appropriate training, materials and work areas.
  • Ensure a safe work environment and reasonable hours for students to perform service.
  • Meet with the student regularly to provide support, review progress on assigned tasks, verify service hours and give feedback.
  • Know who the faculty are and what courses the students are in.
  • Contact the CCE if the student fails to perform assigned tasks or engages in misconduct.
  • Notify the CCE as soon as is reasonably possible of any injury or illness to a student.

Tips for addressing the challenges to working with students

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