Community Engaged Fellows

Selected undergraduates serve as Community-Engaged Fellows (CEF) for specific courses to aid in community-engaged projects.

Community-Engaged Fellow Job Description:

  1. Partner with instructor to manage partnership project(s) with community-based organizations.
  2. Devise and lead reflection activities.
  3. Assume responsibility for logistics.
  4. Oversee student work at community organizations.
  5. Assess student learning outcomes and maintain a portfolio of the information retrieved from the assessments.
  6. Work with other CEFs and Community-Engaged Representatives (CERs) to recruit and train students and organize CEL events.
  7. Meet regularly with CEF/CERs and staff to discuss arising issues and access to resources/trainings.

Apply for a CEF position by downloading a form here.

Note: CEFs, with the signed permission of the instructor, are registered as peer assistants and receive the credit equivalent of a full course. Download the Peer Assistant form. (pdf)

Download questions Community-Engaged Fellows should ask course instructors. (doc)

Download notes and reflections on faculty-CEF partnerships by Mark Auslander and Laura Goldin. (pdf)