The Center for Civic Engagement & Learning hosts and supports community service trips that enable students to get involved in service beyond Cleveland. Rather than engage in typical break activities, students on Alternative Breaks engage in projects with non-profit organizations and community members in different cities and countries. It is a great way to make a difference, learn about a new place, and meet new people!
CCEL Serves student leaders lead volunteer groups each week to local nonprofit sites and provide transportation to all volunteers in the CCEL vans. CCEL Serves includes both sites with a flexible commitment as well as Semester Serves sites which require at least one semester of commitment.
The Center for Civic Engagement & Learning's annual "CWRU Connects: Serving our City" is an exciting way for incoming classes to get connected to the Cleveland community. All incoming first-year students will have the opportunity to volunteer at one of many projects throughout the greater Cleveland area
The Center for Civic Engagement & Learning will partner with Greek Life and Kids Against Hunger to coordinate on-campus and off-campus service opportunities.
Case for Community Day invites all members of Case Western Reserve to volunteer for the day and connect with our Greater Cleveland community.
The event, sponsored by the Center for Community Partnerships, offers participants a variety of activities, including community improvement projects, fun with co-workers, a luncheon and an end-of-day celebration.