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Special Events


Upcoming:

Community Engagement Scholars Program (CESP) Information Session
Are you intersted in becoming part of a community of scholars passionate about social justice and making a difference in the world? Come find out how you can make connections with students who have similar passions and receive university recognition for community engagement. Please register to get credit for CLA 1002/3001.

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

HECUA Information Session
Explore the Twin Cities, do an internship, and still get UofM credit! Check out HECUA, a social justice program where students take classes in the community and do a hands on internship that will build skills to make concrete change in their community. Free food! 
NO REGISTRATION NECESSARY, please SIGN IN to get credit for CLA 1002/3001.

Wednesday, March 6th, 2019
12:00pm-1:00pm
Coffman Memorial Union Room 303

National Student Exchange (NSE) Information Session
Swim with turtles, climb a mountain, or see a broadway show! Study at another college or university in the US for a semester and maintain or UofM student status. Come to an info session to find out more about how you can be in Hawaii next winter. Please register to get credit for CLA 1002/3001. 

2:30 pm - 3:30pm 
Appleby Hall 269

#volunteeringANDculture
We each bring our own identities and experiences to the table. They shape and influence our decisions, actions and perspectives on situations, so how can we bring these into our volunteer work? How does our own culture influence our experiences, and what can we learn from them? Please register to get credit for CLA 1002/3001.

Lunch provided. Please email cesp@umn.edu for dietary preferences. 

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Appleby Hall, Room 226

#volunteeringANDlearningabroad
Learning abroad offers experiential opportunities, and how can we leverage our opportunities while studying abroad? The U of M has over 300 study abroad programs in 70+ countries, with opportunities to intern and volunteer. How can we take advantage of this to learn together in a new context, further our own career goals, and utilize them in our volunteer work? Please register to get credit for CLA 1002/3001.

Lunch provided. Please email cesp@umn.edu for dietary preferences. 

11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Appleby Hall, Room 226


The Center for Community-Engaged Learning also offers: