From mentoring initiatives to spring break trips to sustainability programs, the Office for Community Engagement works hard to provide YOU meaningful local, national & international community service opportunities. If you would like more information on how to get INVOLVED in service efforts or interested in starting a student service organization of your own, please stop by Student Development Services or email us.
Create Change. Get Involved.
Habitat for Humanity Build Day
Looking for Spring Break Plans? Grab a hammer and a hard hat and join the Office for Community Engagement on a Habitat Build Day on Friday March 16. Limited space available! Email Laura Vasquez, email@example.com for more information. Sign up today!
The Office for Community Engagement is mobilizing TCU students, faculty, and staff this spring break to help rebuild communities damaged by Hurricane Harvey. On March 11-17, 2018, we are traveling to Houston, Texas. We will be working closely with local partners to do demolition – tearing out water soaked sheet-rock and insulation before mold takes over. We will be restoring homes, community centers and working with the social service agencies like food banks and soup kitchens that are helping residents while they recover and rebuild their lives. Sign up today!
Pursue your passion and join organizations focused on creating change in the community. Leadership opportunities available for our Habitat for Humanity chapter and College Insiders – Interested email Laura Vasquez.
STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL:
Make an impact at TCU and in the community. Serve as a representative for the Office for Community Engagement, plan events, and gain valuable leadership experience. Apply today!
FORT WORTH FELLOWS:
Build your legacy, network with community/city leaders, and join a select group of first and second year students dedicated to social change.
PUBLIC SERVICE CONSULTING CORPS:
Gain professional experience working with a local non-profit. Earn a stipend, develop your network, and make a difference.
About the Office for Community Engagement:
MISSION: To position TCU as an engaged and reflective campus by integrating service and learning through reciprocal community-based partnerships.
VISION: A campus-community culture that advances learning through public services and a commitment to social justice.