The Center for Community and Civic Engagement (CCCE) provides opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to engage and deepen their involvement in service in local, national, and international contexts. Reciprocal relationships with local organizations are the foundation of these efforts.
Based on our belief that learning is most noble when used to benefit others the Center for Community and Civic Engagement fosters opportunities for meaningful and reciprocal relationships between Elizabethtown College and the community.
Visit the CCCE
Brossman Commons 247
Into the Streets – October 22, 2022
Into the streets is designed to introduce more students to thoughtful community service and to provide a learning experience that will challenge them to volunteer on a regular
basis. Service projects to sign up for include raking and winterizing homes in the community, volunteering with local agencies, fall fest, and other various projects that can be completed on campus or remotely.
End of the Semester Food Drive – May 2 - May 8, 2022
Have unwanted and unopened food left over from the semester? Want to help the other Etown students? Make donations to the End of the Semester Food Drive! Donation bags will located in all Residential Halls, Mailing Services and The Center for Community and Civic Engagement (BSC 247) from May 2nd to 8th. All contributions are benefitting the Blue Jay Pantry. Email email@example.com with questions.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching's Community Engagement Classification
In 2020 the Center for Community and Civic Engagement received the Carnegie Foundation's Community Engagement Classification. The CCCE demonstrated alignment of mission, culture, leadership, resources, and practices that support dynamic and noteworthy community engagement.