Community Engaged Learning

Community Engaged Learning

Get engaged with our office

The David C. Frederick Honors College Office of Community Engaged Learning is here to support students in their service-learning and civic engagement. Fostering leadership through community engaged research, volunteering, and internships, students build civic identity and transferrable career skills to support high-impact practices. Frederick Honors students are encouraged to partner in curricular and co-curricular activities rooted in social responsibility and positive global change.

Learn by making a difference

Take part in the many opportunities our office offers: civic chats, Social Change Model of Leadership workshops, service learning, Community Research Fellowships, Civic Engagement Internships, scholar communities, non-profit volunteering, community collaborations and more.

The Office of Community Engaged Learning offers Community Research Fellowships for the summer and spring terms.

Connect with our office for volunteer opportunities. Apply for awards that support your commitment to community engagement.

Contact our office with ideas for additional volunteer and internship opportunities with non-profits and community public service organizations in the greater Pittsburgh area and beyond.