Recruiting for the 2014-2015 Community Engaged Leaders Cohort!

Do you know students passionate about service or looking to get more involved in their community? The Community Engaged Leaders (CEL) program – hosted by the Carlson Center, Jumpstart, and the Pipeline Project, programs within the Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity – is a six quarter commitment designed to provide students with a structured and customized opportunity to enhance their community engagement experiences and develop their leadership capacity for effective and respective community work. Through service work combined with mentorship, reflection, and participation in a cohort structure students will emerge with a fuller understanding of their capacity for and commitment to community-based leadership. More information is below and on the CEL website (see below). Interested students should apply to be part of the 2014-2015 cohort by November 13 at 5:00 PM.

You don’t have to change your major to change the world

Important Dates:

¨ 9/25/13 Applications are available

¨ 11/13/13: Applications due

¨ 1/16/14: Orientation and Personal Development Plans

Engagement Opportunities:

Qualifying Students will:
¨ Attend regular cohort meetings

¨ Enroll in community-based leadership courses

¨ Attend leadership workshops

¨ Participate in a community
engagement experience

¨ Deliver a capstone presentation at the EXPD Spring Celebration

¨ Participating in Jumpstart,
Pipeline Project, Dream Project

¨ Taking a service-learning course or Pipeline seminar

¨ Public service internship (e. g. GEN ST 350)

¨ Participating in a fellowship through the Carlson Center

For more information:
Applications are available on our inserve or come and visit our office in MGH 171. You can also visit us at blogs.uw.edu/ inserve/ or call our office at 206-543-4282

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