With coordination from the Office of Community-Engaged Academic Learning, the Engelhardt Social Justice Fellowship supports University of Michigan students and community-based organizations in southeast Michigan in continuing their collaborative work.
For the fellowship, undergraduate students propose projects that center around capacity-building, direct service, or the implementation of a new or pilot initiative with organizations with which they have existing relationships and which serve under-resourced communities. The fellowship is comprised of: (1) an eight-week internship based on a well-developed work plan; (2) continual and critical reflection activities; and (3) professional-development workshops.
The Office of Community-Engaged Academic Learning, offers workshops on a variety of topics and will also work with individual departments to design site specific workshops.
- Visual Thinking Strategies
- Project Development and Logic Model
- Time management
- Internship Professionalism
- Workplace self-advocacy
Community & the Classroom
- Building Partnerships for Sustainable Change
- Service Learning in International Contexts
International Service Learning
- Language and Cultural Instruction