Upcoming Events and Deadlines
Welcome Back Open House | Zoom Link
+ Tuesday, September 7th | 10 am to 12 pm
+ Wednesday, September 8th | 10 am to 12 pm
Ethics and Orientation Training | Registration Required
+ Tuesday, September 14th | 4pm to 530pm
+ Friday, September 17th | 10am to 1130am
CEC Office Hours
Our staff will be meeting with students by appointment only. To set up an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email the person you wish to talk with directly.
+Tricia Morgan| Director
+Jackie Contreras| Community Engagement Office Manager| Financial questions
+Ari Wood | Hecker Fellow | Programming, SRX and internship related questions
For general CEC questions you can also email us at email@example.com
Don’t forget to follow us on our social media accounts for up to date event and programming information!
Community Engagement Center
Direct Action @ PZ
The People’s Pitzer
Facebook: The People’s Pitzer
The Community Engagement Center at Pitzer College is dedicated to utilizing institutional power, partner collaboration, faculty expertise, and student action to advance social justice on our campus and in the surrounding community.
ANNOUNCING OUR ARTIST-ACTVIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM
This year’s Artist-Activist in Residence, David Marcus Oliver aka Judah 1 (David/Judah1) is also the Inaugural Poet Laureate for the City of Pomona. David/Judah1 is an accomplished poet and author of two published books of original poetry.
To learn more about our Artist-Activist in Residence program and about David/Judah 1 join us at our Open House on September 7th at 10 am for “15 Minutes of spoken word with David/Judah 1”
https://pitzer.zoom.us/j/89445052306 or visit our Social Media, Art and Communications pillar for more details!
The impact of COVID on our work and the work of our partners has been profound. For many of us, it has posed challenges to our workday—how to get work done with a lack of privacy, disproportionate health impacts, financial pressures, and the distractions of home. This time has also propelled us into action in response to growing punitive policies and the most powerful social movement for racial justice since the 1960s. The sheer amount of our collective work, and its importance, have skyrocketed—both because of COVID and because of the unprecedented potential for social change. This period of uncertainty has brought both challenge and opportunity
We invite your participation in this collective effort throughout fall and spring.
We at CEC are here to help our institution and our partners manage the shift to virtual community engagement.
To this end, we have created a hub—a clearinghouse of information, projects, resources, and opportunities meant to take the guesswork out of community engagement. We are embracing a position of leadership we are embracing the moment to create four innovative sectors of programming. Below are our Community Pillars including: