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Information on health services, legal services, educational resources, and food distribution centers. Hayward Community Resource webpage 

The City of Hayward  telephone hotline and call center  provides reliable, up-to-date information to community members about coronavirus COVID-19, its local impact and how the City of Hayward is responding.

The hotline number, (510) 583-4949, will be staffed by a multilingual group of City employee volunteers and workers reassigned from other duties, and will operate from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week starting today.

One purpose of the hotline is to reduce demand on the Hayward 911 emergency dispatch call center.

Another goal is to provide residents—regardless of the language they speak or immigration status—trustworthy information and connections to the services and help they may need.

Before calling the hotline, Hayward residents are highly encouraged to first go online to the City’s COVID-19 Updates webpage for current information and a growing list of links to other reliable resources.

Hayward community members may send questions about these or other resources to HaywardCommuityResource@gmail.com

 

Chancellor's Office Cener for Community Engagement - Compiled Resources for Community Engaged Courses Instructional Alternatives During COVID-19 

 

 

The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) supports a variety of community-engaged learning that happens within academic courses (also known as Service-Learning), as well as our own programs:

Our  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 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.

 

Center for Community Engagement Annual Report 2018-19

 

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Upcoming Events 

Feb14

FDOS Registration CLOSES

Freshmen Day of Service registration will close February 14th.

Mar03

FDoS T-Shirt Pick Up & Waiver Drop off

March 3rd - Apr 23 (Tues, Weds and Thurs) between 11:00am - 2:00pm at the Upper Library Walkway. Rainy Days at SA Building 1st floor.

Mar16

PFC Hiring Application

Pioneers for Change_2020-2021 Pioneers for change (PFC) is a paid service-learning, peer-to-peer, leadership program. The mission of PFC is to provide opportunities for growth and development through team building, service projects, and service-learning internships that encourage students to be leaders on and off-campus as well as catalysts for positive change within the community. PFC is based on the three pillars of personal, professional, and social responsibility.

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