The CCEL Serves program provides students with structured, student-led opportunities to engage in flexible and commitment-based community service experiences. CCEL is committed to providing these meaningful, impactful, and accessible experiences with our nonprofit community partner organizations.
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 30 civic engagement 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.
Explore CCEL resources for locating volunteer opportunities, including searchable volunteer databases, CWRU student service clubs, and popular near-campus nonprofits to serve with. As always, please feel free to stop by CCEL (Tink #165) if we can support you in your search or to reach out to us if you’d like to set up an advising meeting (email@example.com).
Serve anywhere, anytime through a virtual volunteer opportunity! Some of these opportunities allow you to begin immediately, while some require an application and ongoing commitment. Review CCEL's Virtual Volunteering Hub for complete details.