Dealing with DisasterResources to support communities around the globe experiencing crisis.
Anti-Oppression Resources for Learning, Reflection, and Action
Praxis Independent StudyA Praxis Student's Perspective
Civic Engagement student staffService opportunities provide students with the means to expand their personal and professional perspectives
OpportunitiesCommunity GardenThe BMC Garden is just one of many opportunities available to our students.
The 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr Day of Service is Monday, January 17. Check out our webpage of activities and resources!
For updates on student support and services during this time of remote instruction, please check the College's Resources for Students webpage.
Engage your interests. Become the change we need.
Civic Engagement collaborates with community-based organizations to prepare students to be socially responsible leaders and citizens through purposeful action, reflection, and learning. We run a wide variety of programs that include providing direct service and opportunities to reflect on that service inside and outside of a classroom setting.
To make an appointment, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-526-7320.
Volunteer on Your Own
Students wishing to volunteer on their own can ask us for recommendations of organizations to contact and can receive reimbursement (50%) for their travel expenses.
Learn More About Local Nonprofit Organizations
Civic Engagement also maintains a directory of local opportunities in non-profit organizations for students wanting to volunteer on their own, find summer internships or find Praxis Independent Study field placements. Select your area of interest to learn more: