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Center for Community Engagement

The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) supports a variety of community engagement/service learning that happens within academic courses, as well as our own programs

We work 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 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.

Program Highlights

#CaliforniansForAll College Corps

College Corps is a "serve, learn, and earn" program where students receive a living allowance and education award for 450 hours of community service and professional development training activities. More Information: College Corps

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Upcoming Events


College Corps Application (Academic Year 2024-2025) Open Now!

With a grant from California Volunteers, Office of the Governor, the Center for Community Engagement is excited to offer expanded opportunities for 60 undergraduate students to apply for a paid fellowship in community service! Application closes August 19, 2024.


Pioneers for Change Application (Academic Year 2024-2025) Open Now!

The Center for Community Engagement is hiring students for our Pioneers for Change (PFC) leadership program. We are seeking experienced student leaders who are passionate about community service, peer mentorship, and collaboration! Application closes June 14, 2024.


Get Connected to Service (Fall 2024)

Get Connected to Service is opportunity to hear and connect with different organizations, and find out about the types of opportunities they have for Cal State East Bay student.

The Center for Community Engagement
  • California State University, East Bay
  • Student & Faculty Support Building (SF)
  • 3rd Floor, Suite 318