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Give back to the community by becoming a Center for Civic Engagement & Learning Fellow; apply by Nov. 20

The Center for Civic Engagement & Learning (CCEL) is accepting applications from first- and second-year undergraduate students to be CCEL Fellows during spring semester.

The fellows program is a selective, small group service learning experience through which students are placed at local nonprofits where they serve approximately three hours per week. In addition to serving in the community, fellows also participate in regular seminars to increase their understanding of community issues and build their civic leadership skills.

The theme of the 2017 CCEL Fellows program is “Education,” so all fellows will work with youth at their sites while exploring more about education and youth development through seminar discussions.

Fellows receive a stipend of $9.20 per hour for time spent at their community partner sites.

Online applications are due Sunday, Nov. 20.

Learn more about the CCEL Fellows program at