November 8, 2017
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
SE I, room 112
At the start of the millennium, widespread global poverty has emerged as one of the most pressing social problems of our times. The Blum Poverty Track within the Civic and Community Engagement Minor brings together students from across majors and disciplines to explore poverty, inequity, and social enterprise through coursework and practical field experience.
To help students, PAAs, and staff advisors become familiar with this new track, we are hosting an informal drop-in information session. Please stop by to learn how you, or your students, can get involved.
To receive course updates and information about this Information Session, please fill out this Google form.
To learn more about the Civic & Community Engagement Minor, visit the CCE website.