Grow through service work
Students develop skills, gain experience, learn about important issues and reflect on their experiences.
Our program encourages problem-solving, critical thinking, and open-mindedness.
Participants learn to problem solve by seeing problems from different points of view. They also gain critical thinking school by reflecting on our community and the world we live in. Additionally, students are exposed to open-mindedness and gain an appreciation for diversity.
Gain hands-on experience
Participants can get involved in causes that directly relate to their field of study or work. This expands and applies the knowledge they have already acquired.
This experience can also be added to resumes or applications for internships, research opportunities, or graduate school.
The Campus to Community Recognition Program recognizes dedicated students who participate in Campus to Community.
Campus to Community Participants
Students who participate in one Campus to Community activity receive one Campus to Community t-shirt and one water bottle. They can also add “Campus to Community Participant” to their Co-Curricular Record.
Campus to Community Ambassadors
Students who participate in three Campus to Community activities* receive one Campus to Community t-shirt, one Campus to Community sweater and one water bottle. They can also add the designation “Campus to Community Ambassador” to their Co-Curricular Record, and they receive a letter stating their continued involvement with Campus to Community.
*Activities recognized by the Campus to Community Recognition Program are Carleton Serves and Campus to Community Days. To be eligible, these activities must be completed between September 2016 and April 2017.