Students become CBL Fellows by:
Showing they have experience working with a local or global community organization, through a CBL course, independent study, work-study position, or CAUSE or other community service relationship.
Developing their own project and partnership with a community organization connected to a current CBL course and obtaining that faculty member’s recommendation letter of support – OR - by responding to a position announcement from the CBL Program seeking fellows to meet specified community partner needs.
Do you have a great community project idea but not sure how to form your fellowship?
The CBL Program offers students' assistance in developing a project. Prospective fellows should start by meeting with Associate Director of Community Engagement and CAUSE Advisor Angelica Castro during the months of March & April - or - as soon as possible.
Angelica C. Castro, M.A., Associate Director of Community Engagement and C.A.U.S.E. Advisor
To schedule a time to meet with Angelica, follow this link: http://meetme.so/AngelicaCastro
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