CCEL’s Social Change Series focuses on Participation in Associations in March

In collaboration with campus and community partners, the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning (CCEL) will continue its new Social Change Series, highlighting a different form of civic engagement that contributes to social change each month. The theme for March is “Participation in Associations.” 

Through a series of upcoming events, attendees can learn about participating in community organizations that develop social networks and provide a foundation for community-building efforts. 

Explore one of the many opportunities this month to connect with community:

“How to Be Active in Your Community After Graduation”

Friday, March 12

5–6:15 p.m.

Explore ways to stay connected and civically engaged after graduation. Hear from a panel of CWRU alums who are active in their communities as well as staff from Cleveland nonprofits who connect community members to their civic passions.

Register for the March 12 event.

Cleveland History Trivia Night

Friday, March 26

5:30–7 p.m.

Experience CLE with local historians. Learn about the rich and complex history of the neighborhoods surrounding CWRU by playing trivia with experts on local history and discussing topics such as the Glenville and Hough Uprisings, Karamu House and Shaker Barricades. The event is hosted in collaboration with Know Your Neighbors.

Register for trivia night.

CCEL Serves Virtual Pop-Up

Serve together at a pop-up service project taking place throughout the semester. Learn how you can support research across the globe, record children’s books, give poetry feedback to incarcerated writers and more! 

Sign up for a service project.