The USU Center For Community Engagement (CCE) offers several ways for students and faculty to engage with nonprofit organizations, schools, and governmental organizations, including Community-Engaged Learning (CEL), volunteer opportunities, Community-Engaged Research, and more. The CCE strives to build reciprocal campus-community partnerships that enable students to utilize knowledge and skills obtained in the classroom to tackle real-world problems identified by the community. Through our partnership options, we hope to bridge the gap between campus and community to create a healthier, safer, and more sustainable community for us all.
Partner with Us
List a volunteer opportunity on the social media accounts and AggiePulse page of the Christensen Office of Social Action & Sustainability.
Recommended if you need one-time volunteers, one-time volunteer groups, or volunteers for a special event.
Create and maintain an AggiePulse database page for your organization.
Recommended if you want to submit your own opportunities under your organization’s name, message volunteers who sign up for your events, and maintain long-term opportunities. An MOU is required.
Submit a project or research idea for potential faculty, course, or student capstone match.
Recommended if you want to work on long-term projects that support community-engaged curricula. An MOU is required.
Partnership Important Dates:
- June: Annual renewing of MOUs
- October: Community Volunteer Fair on USU Logan campus for partner outreach and recruitment
- February: Community Volunteer Fair on USU Logan campus for partner outreach and recruitment
- April: USU Community Engagement Awards and Celebration
What is the benefit of official partnership?
Becoming a registered community partner with the CCE signifies that your organization offers vetted, high-quality community engagement opportunities. USU students, faculty and staff understand your mission and are assured that your organization offers a safe environment to volunteer.
What a Community Partner Can Expect
- Increased capacity
- Cutting-edge ideas
- A fresh look at projects
- Opportunity to increase student civic engagement and shape the leaders of tomorrow
- A chance to test something new and look at riskier solutions without investing resources
- Help with moving stalled/stuck projects forward
- Student media coverage
- More qualified and experienced future job applicants
- Possible staff training and professional development
- Greater awareness of community assets
- Promotion of opportunities and events among student leaders
- Schedule an in-person or virtual meeting by contacting: email@example.com