Center for Civic Engagement

Black Out Tuesday Banner

On Black Out Tuesday, activists all over the world are encouraging individuals to stay off their social media and to educate themselves about the Black Lives Matter movement as well as racism in our society. In response to this, the Center for Civic Engagement wanted to provide a list of resources for our students who want to learn. 

Black Lives Matters and Racism in our Society

White Privilege

Allyship

Virtual Volunteering Banner

Want to stay engaged throughout the summer? The Center for Civic Engagement has you covered, even through the COVID-19 Pandemic. For virtual volunteering opportunities that you can do from home, check out our "Volunteer Opportunities" Tab. 

Want to volunteer?

Right now, we are not offering any in-person volunteer opportunities or programs. Check back in on our Cougar Connect page in August for more events!

How do I sign up?

We ask that you sign up through Cougar Connect. You can log in using your MyCharleston username and password. Then, just pick the service event that most appeals to you and RSVP! You'll receive a reminder email the day before the service event. 

Cougar Connect Logo with Link to Cougar Connect

Still looking for more ways to get involved?

Consider signing up for our Weekly Digest for even more volunteer opportunities. Find instructions on our "Volunteer Opportunities" tab. 

Want to learn more about the CCE?

If you are interested in learning about volunteer opportunities, please stop by our office in room 203 of the Lightsey Center, give us a call at 843.953.5838, or email volunteer@cofc.edu

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