Organizing for Change: Debating for Democracy (D4D) Workshop
Learn to have an impact on pressing social issues matter to you. Practice concrete skills including strategic planning, power mapping, grassroots organizing and getting your message out. Learn core advocacy skills: media strategies, relationship building, policy analysis and more. Identify strategies for making change, and finding allies. Open to students, faculty and community members. Space is limited so sign up now!
Saturday, October 17th
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Drew University Seminary 101
The Center for Civic Engagement serves Drew University and our communities as a resource, convener, and partner for those committed to the work of melding knowledge with action in order to improve our shared world.
What We Do
The Center supports teaching, research, scholarship, art, and other university-based activities that benefit communities. Working collaboratively with community organizations and other institutions, we develop sustainable partnerships that can help both Drew and its partners meet their goals.
CE 215 Community and Vocation taught by President and CEO of Homeless Solutions
Civic Scholars take part in college exploration day with Great Oaks Charter School
Civic Scholar Cara Anan C’17 helps to organize the first-ever Madison Downtown Scavenger Hunt!
Dr. Koritz, Director of the Center for Civic Engagement participated in this year’s 2014 Imagining America Conference
Congrats 2014-2015 Patrick J. Grant Investors Bank Civic Leadership Fund Recipients
Congrats Student Producers on this latest video from NJ Arts News
D4D Workshop: Organizing for Change
Civic Scholars C’14 and C’16 attend New Jersey’s Governor Conference with Morristown Neighborhood House