California Campus Compact’s Community Engagement Student Fellowship (CESF) program is a 4-month initiative specifically designed to support student leaders advancing service, service-learning and community engagement at California Campus Compact member campuses throughout the state.
Upon successfully completing a term of service of at least 50 hours, students receive a $500 scholarship from California Campus Compact. Students are engaged in providing direct service to the community or supporting a service-learning program, or both. Students are involved in addressing every major issue confronting California & beyond– from access to and success in higher education to economic development, health disparities to homelessness and poverty.
CESF Youth Voice-Youth Vote
California Campus Compact secured funding from an anonymous donor to select a special cohort of CESF Fellows in Spring 2020, to coincide with the upcoming elections in 2020. Selected students would focus their service on some aspect of voter engagement (ie, voter registration, voter education, youth-centered candidate forums) and youth voice (finding out what young people care about; providing opportunities for young people to be heard on issues, etc). All other components & deliverables of the CESF program would remain the same.
How to Support CESF
Happy anniversary to us! Beginning Sept. 1, an anonymous donor has generously offered to match dollar for dollar, up to $2000 for our 30th anniversary campaign! With your help, we can raise a total of $4000 to support this amazing program!
In honor of CACC’s 30th anniversary, we invite you to celebrate and join us in supporting our CESF Donor Match by donating here.
For more information, contact Piper McGinley, California Campus Compact’s Associate Director.