The Center for Community Engagement (C.C.E.) offers a number of leadership opportunities through each of its major programs and initiatives. Below is a list showing the various leadership positions available each year.
Student Employment at the C.C.E.
Community organizers plan programs and connect students to community partners, working in one of seven impact areas:
- Health and elder care
- Environment and animals
- Global issues and human rights
- Youth and education
- Poverty and homelessness
- Economic development
- Civic and political engagement
Office staff are responsible for core functions of the C.C.E.'s operations, as well as building capacity with our community partners. Areas in which office staff work include:
- Partner management
- Website and social media
- Research and assessment
- Office manager
- Community-based research
- Community-engaged learning
- Alternative breaks
Homecoming and Greenfeather
Event coordinators plan and execute events that raise money or recruit volunteers for local non-profit organizations during Stetson University's Homecoming each November. Past events have included:
- Day of Service
- Chalk Art
- The Banner Competition
Alternative Fall and Spring Break Trips
Trip leaders plan and lead Alternative Break Trips each semester.
Community Engagement Internships
Internships with non-profit organizations
Internships with non-profit organizations, including:
- The United Way
- Volusia County Schools
- La Plaza Comunitaria
- The American Cancer Society
Internships with the CCE
Internships with the C.C.E., which give you responsibilities and projects that are related to your academic and career interests.
Bonner students commit to 10 hours of community engagement and training each week at one non-profit organization over their four years at Stetson University, during which time they gradually increase their skills and their level of responsibility at the site.
Bonner Lead Team
Members of the Bonner Lead Team are a group of eight to 10 students who are responsible for connecting Bonner students to non-profit organizations and overseeing a weekly developmental training and enrichment curriculum.