EXPO is the database students use to connect to community-based learning opportunities as part of a community-based learning course. We have created this page to provide support with registering on Expo and utilizing the Expo interface.
The Student Civic Fellows are a small group of students from the University of Washington Bothell graduate and undergraduate programs. These students work as peer leaders and organizers of research, action, and education projects centered on community-based learning and social justice action. Calls for applications will go out mid-to-late August 2013.
Interested in taking a course that integrates CBLR? Sign-up for one of the courses listed here!
Ongoing CBLR Projects
Check back here soon for a comprehensive list of community engagement opportunities for UWB students! In the meantime, check out Bothell Youth Court and Making Access to College Happen (MATCH).
Check out how our students engaged in service for Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Alternative Spring Break.
Sign-up for our listserv and follow us on Facebook to stay tuned to current volunteer opportunities! Also, check out the Public Service Bulletin, which is managed by our colleagues at the Carlson Center at UW Seattle.
The Office of Merit Scholarships offers great support to students who are seeking scholarships- and there are many scholarships offered which focus on leadership, public service, and community engagement. Check out the Merit Scholarships, Fellowships, and Awards page or schedule an appointment with someone from that office to learn more!
Interested in spending a year or more engaged in service after you graduate? Check out this page for organizations that offer structured long term service opportunities. Full-time service offers you the chance to explore vocational interests, develop career skills, earn an education award, share your gifts, experience a new culture, live and work in community, and broaden your experience and knowledge of the world.