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CEL 210: Community Engaged Leadership 210

Provost/VC for Academic Affairs

Community Engaged Leadership (CEL) 210: An Introduction to Community Engaged Leadership. This introductory course to the community engaged leadership minor prepares students to ethically and effectively partner with an off-campus organization to develop a capstone project. Students will research a community challenge they hope to address, assess methods for addressing this challenge within a specific local context, and undergo personal reflection in preparation for intentionally leading a project designed to address a community challenge. Students will review literature on community engagement, develop a partnership with a community-based organization, and create a capstone project plan that will be carried out in CEL 310, a 3-hour internship class open to all students that complete CEL 210.

4 Credits

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for CEL 210

Subject Areas

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