- Join a living-learning community in a residence hall with fellow civic scholars
- Enroll in the “Community Service” College Seminar
- Contribute time and effort to local community organizations
- Complete a minimum of 100 hours of service benefiting communities beyond Drew’s campus each year (at least 50 hours completed while classes are in session at Drew)
- Enroll in year long CE 101: Civic Engagement Workshop
- Work with your team to plan and execute a civic project
- Be engaged, compassionate, respectful, and effective!
First Year Civic Scholars’ Community Partner placements include: Cornerstone Madison Adult Day Center, Dress for Success, EPOCH, Rosa Parks Community School , Furniture Assist, Homeless Solutions, Madison Borough, Market Street Mission, Morristown Neighborhood House after-school and pre-school programs, and the adult ESOL program. Read more about our Community Partners and comments by current Civic Scholars about their volunteer experience.