Help make a local child’s holiday wishes come true! Sponsorships officially open October 25 for the Center for Civic Engagement’s annual Holiday Helper program.
The Center for Civic Engagement is hosting its Exploring Wicked Problems series in October, focusing on health inequities and the social determinants of health.
The Center for Civic Engagement is excited to announce its new Civic Engagement Fellowship program. Two faculty/staff fellows will be selected: an Electoral Engagement Fellow and a Civic & Digital Literacy Fellow. Current undergraduate students can also apply for the Student Civic Engagement Fellowship.
A new cookware program, a collaboration between the School Street Food Pantry, Illinois State University, and Molina Healthcare, will provide students with a kitchen starter set and knowledge about nutritional information.
The Civic Engagement Cohort provides an opportunity for teacher candidates to see that teaching is not a siloed profession.
Civic Engagement Day was a great way for students to learn about the importance of civic engagement and find out ways they can help in their community. Representatives from 34 local nonprofit organizations had the opportunity to talk to students about their volunteer and internship opportunities.
Students who take part in AB are given opportunities to lead and take part in local, national, and global service trips to help communities in need. Some of these trips include building homes for the homeless, feeding hungry families, tutoring young children, and so much more.
The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has recognized Illinois State University with the organization’s 2021 Excellence and Innovation Award for Civic Learning and Community Engagement.
Located less than a ten-minute walk from Hewett-Manchester and Watterson Towers, The Baby Fold has been working hand-in-hand with Illinois State University for decades.
Over the years, McLean County Regional Planning Commission (MCRPC) and Illinois State University (ISU) have fostered a strong working relationship and partnership for mutual benefits as well as those of our community, via student internship and fellowship opportunities, special projects and programs, and ongoing dialogues and engagement