To connect education and action for the common good.
Community based learning at Drew:
Classes, internships and the Leadership in Social Action Minor provide real world experience and benefit our shared community.
Civic Engagement at Drew:
Community Action Week offers 20 different ways for students, faculty & staff to get engaged & make a difference in our local community.
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. 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.
- Kelly Duddy, Civic Scholar, attends the Teach For America Student Leadership Conference
- Assistant Professor Emily Hill receives grant from Project Pericles for developing the new Innovation Course
- First Year Drew students harvested corn for free farmers markets at America’s Grow-A-Row at the Orientation Day of Service.
- Congratulations to the 2017 Civic Engagement Award Winners
- Community Action Week was recently featured in Drew Today
- 10 Things You Learn As A Drew University Civic Scholar
- Four of the Six Coolest Internships at Drew are Civic Scholars
- Community Based Learning Classes for the Fall 2017 semester
- Drew University and the Madison Volunteer Ambulance Corps have collaborated to introduce the CadetCertificate Program. Learn more here
- Save the date for the 2017 Civically Engaged Alumni Networking Event on Tuesday October 17 starting at 7 p.m. More information coming soon
- Junior and Senior Civic Scholars: review the Civic Scholar Senior Project FAQs
- Find out more about our upcoming and past events