Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center


October 28, 2016

Adult Ally Program

Position title: Adult Ally Program   Name of organization: Powerful Voices   Website:   Position description: Powerful Voices Adult Ally Program Since 1995, Powerful Voices has provided strength-based, gender specific programming to girls in public middle schools, juvenile detention, and through employment programs. One employment program called Activistas offers youth the opportunity to explore…

August 29, 2016

Virtual Peer Mentor

Position title: Virtual Peer Mentor   Name of organization: College Summit Inc.   Website:   Position description: College Summit’s, First Year Forward Pilot Program, virtually pairs college juniors and seniors with college freshmen to help them persist through their Freshman year. Students who matriculate to sophomore year are 26% more likely to graduate. College…

April 20, 2016

Take Education to the Community!

Taking Education to the Community “CWI’s philosphy of community engagement and shared authentic assessment is revolutionary.” Lance Langdon, Professor of Literature and Composition University of California   Community Works Institute presents The Summer Institute on Place, Service-Learning, and Sustainability for K-16 teachers, administrators, and community educators TEAMS WELCOME • SPACE IS LIMITED learn more l…

April 13, 2016

Public service opportunity: South King County MathFest 2016!

Position title: South King County MathFest 2016!   Name of organization: Zeno   Website:   Position description: We need you to join us at the biggest math party ever and show families and community members math like they’ve never seen it before! Volunteers are needed to play games with kids and families, run event…

March 29, 2016

Apply Now to be a Mentor for the Mentor Power for Success!

Dear UW Community, The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center is recruiting student mentors for the 2016 Mentor Power For Success program.  The Mentor Power for Success Program is a dynamic autumn quarter partnership between first-year Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity (OMA&D) students (protégés) and continuing UW students (mentors), to help protégés make a successful transition to…