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Strategic Plan 2017-22

The Bonner Center for Civic Engagement prepares students for lives of purpose and connects student, faculty, staff, and community stakeholders in social change efforts that value the knowledge and potential in our communities. Read our strategic plan.

Engage Newsletter

The spring semester was full of many milestones for our student, faculty, staff, and community stakeholders.Read our newsletter.

Community-Based Learning

Community-based learning is much more than substituting an "experience assignment" for a more traditional assignment.Learn more.

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Events

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Explore Our Community Relationships Map

Use our app to explore civic engagement partners throughout the Richmond region. Search by CCE program, issue areas, or specific organizations.

How Will You Engage?
ongoing CCE community partnerships
weekly volunteers serving in the Greater Richmond community in 2015-16
community-based learning courses offered by 90 faculty in 2015-16

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URSF: Byongho Lee and Ryan Rinn

URSF: Byongho Lee and Ryan Rinn

Through The Richmond Guarantee, every undergraduate student is eligible to receive a fellowship of up to $4,000 for a summer internship or faculty-mentored research project. Students discuss their summer fellowship experiences.

Good Sports Program (program of the Junior League of Richmond at Peter Paul Development Center)

Good Sports Program (program of the Junior League of Richmond at Peter Paul Development Center)

Good Sports is a program of the Junior League of Richmond at Peter Paul Development Center that promotes character development through athletics for elementary school-aged youth.

CCE 10th Anniversary

CCE 10th Anniversary

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