Living with and in communities, and learning how to enter and exit them, is an essential part of 21st-century citizenship and productive engagement in the public square. By engaging with the communities where they live and work, college students have unique opportunities to learn how community structures and social systems contribute to conflict and how they can help resolve¬†it.

Select Projects in 2022

  • CCI trek to Washington to learn about careers in conflict transformation
  • History in Translation immersive learning trip with students from Middlebury and ICU in Japan
  • Projects for Peace and Privilege & Poverty internships in summer and fall

Contact

Kailee Brickner-McDonald, Director, Center for Community¬†Engagement