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Community Engaged Learning Coordinator (CELC) Program

Community Engaged Learning Coordinators (CELCs) are undergraduate and graduate students who are employed to support faculty teaching Cardinal Courses. They are often students who have previously taken the course or have an existing relationship with the community partner. CELCs gain valuable experience in community engaged learning pedagogy, program management, and public service; faculty can rely on their CELC to reduce their administrative workload, enhance class discussions, and help students with projects.

These roles are offered through a faculty appointment to students who have completed a Cardinal Course. In case of interest, contact Sarah McShea (sarah.mcshea@stanford.edu), CELR Program Manager, with any questions.

Service required by group to fulfill a Cardinal Commitment: Students should work 5-10 hours/week during the academic year.

Cardinal Commitment Mentor: Sarah McShea

 

Interest area: 
Education
Engineering
Environment
Health
Human Rights
Identity
Community Engaged Learning and Research
When to apply: 
Fall
Winter
Spring
Summer
Anytime
Location: 
Stanford

Contact:

Sarah McShea, Community Engaged Learning and Research Program Manager
Haas Center for Public Service