The Case Western Reserve University CCEL Fellows Program provides meaningful service learning opportunities in both the academic year and summer for CWRU undergraduate students to work with Cleveland area non-profit organizations to address community needs.
Civic Engagement Scholars commit to completing at least 50 community service hours while also attending trainings and educational programs about community and social issues throughout the academic year. This initiative is designed to promote student involvement in the Cleveland community and beyond through significant and meaningful service.
The mission of DUCES is to support the retention and graduation of all undergraduate Case Western Reserve University students with specific attention to African American, Hispanic/Latino/a, Native American and Pacific Islander students. The purpose of the program is to provide a support system for students that will assist them academically and socially in an effort to enhance the quality of student life.
The goal of WISER is to promote the academic excellence of people— particularly women— pursuing science at CWRU by building a learning community and by giving them the tools they need to succeed. WISER services include the WISER mentoring program, opportunities for networking within the women in science and engineering community, workshops, and the Amelia Earhart Internship for Women Students in the Sciences and Engineering.