The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) at WSU promotes student learning through engagement in community service, service learning, advocacy, public education and civic leadership. Student civic engagement includes the exploration of "self in society" through enhanced self awareness, knowledge of community issues and development of civic responsibility. The CCE is a resource for students seeking to make stronger connections with community and faculty seeking to incorporate community-based learning and civic development into the academic curriculum. Established partnerships with local, regional, national and international organizations provide students with diverse opportunities for learning the skills necessary to make positive changes in the world.
How to Apply
Openings are typically advertised at the end of the academic year in spring, but openings are posted throughout the year as they become available. Check this page for updates and openings if you are interested in applying to work at the CCE. All student staff must be eligible for financial aid work study and attend a fall and spring training with the CCE.
Undergraduates interested in applying for a position should apply through WSU CougLink, the WSU employment opportunities website.
Graduate assistant candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three references with contact information to Ben Calabretta, Assistant Director, at email@example.com. GA positions include a tuition waiver, stipend, and health insurance.
Spring 2015 Openings