University Relations

Community Engagement Scholars Program:

Integrative Community Engagement Project (ICEP)

All students in the Community Engagement Scholars Program are required to complete a final project, called the Integrative Community Engagement Project (ICEP). These projects are done in partnership with a Twin Cities community organization. Students are challenged to create a project that will provide long-term benefits to the organization and the community.

The possibilities for these projects are vast. (See links below for examples.) Students in the Scholars Program have strong backgrounds in community work, and they represent a wide variety of majors and career interests. These diverse interests lead to unique and substantive ICEP projects.

To get a sense of the work accomplished by Scholars students—or to get ideas for your own ICEP—check out the ICEP Student Profiles below!

Gina Bussman

Project: Casa de Esperanza Volunteer Manual
3/6/13 at 2:45:13 PM

Kari Eloranta

Project: University YMCA Tutor Training Manual
3/6/13 at 2:43:26 PM

Allan Kerandi

Project: Hennepin County Medical Center Mobile Navigation App
3/19/13 at 1:08:39 PM

Joe Praska

Project: Tenant's Rights Workshop in Cedar Riverside
3/6/13 at 2:44:53 PM

Missy Reilly

Project: Shriner's Hospital Social Networking Research
3/6/13 at 2:44:43 PM

Hnuchee Wanglue Vang

Project: Domestic Violence Resource Wall for St. Paul City Attorneys Office
3/19/13 at 5:06:57 PM

Whitney Weber

Project: Ethics, Techniques, and Knowledge for International Service Training
3/6/13 at 2:45:02 PM