Student Fellows of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement are the leaders of our homegrown community programs. They are undergraduate or graduate students with excellent organizational skills, and a desire to serve and explore a specific community and/or issue more intensely. They examine the underlying causes of social issues and work with the Center to try to adapt our programming to address the need. Student Fellows also collect and, with the support of the Community Projects Coordinator, analyze data about our programs so that we can best direct our efforts.
Fellows are recruited each semester on the recommendation of a faculty and/or staff member. If you are interested in becoming a Student Fellow of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement please click this link for an initial application.
Student Fellows on Campus:
SCCE Student Fellows Kayla McDermott-Cobbs and Jason Rehani presented a breakout session at the Sankofa Summit "Men of Color in Higher Education: Issues, Choices and Challenges" Their talk, "Misconceptions in the Definition of Men of Color" was very well received.
Student Fellows in the Community:
Student Fellows and SCCE Staff helped the youth at Stanley Holmes Village and Buzby Homes Village make watercolor murals at the 48 Blocks Art Festival on June 24, 2019