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Center for Community-Based Learning

Programs and Events

The Center for Community-Based Learning frequently hosts and partners with other areas to conduct events, programs, workshops, and professional development trainings. For information about Center events, expand the below options. Recorded workshops and sessions can be found at the CCBL YouTube Channel.
  • Spring 2023
    Webinars for Spring 2023 are being planned and more information will be posted soon.
  • Community Scholars Cohorts

    For more information on Community Scholars Program:

    Program Information

    CSP Cohort 13

    • Dr. Cigdem Akan
    • Dr. Nuria Ibanez
    • Dr. Nilufer Ozdemir
    • Dr. Jenifer Ross
    • Dr. Sherry Shaw
  • Community Engagement Research Fellows Cohorts

    For more information about Community Engaged Research Fellows:

    Fellowship Information  

    CER Cohort 5:

    • Dr. Chitra Balasubramanian
    • Dr. Jenifer Ross
    • Dr. Dawn Witherspoon
  • Community Engagement Enhancement Program
    The Center for Community-Based Learning is excited to announce the return of the Community Enhanced Engagement Program (CEEP) during the Spring 2022 semester. CEEP is a staff-focused program for learning and developing best practices as it relates to community-based co-curricular programs and events.  Is your department considering collaborating with a community partner for a program or event during the 2022-2023 academic year? Do you want to engage students in transformational learning opportunities outside of the classroom? If so, CEEP can help you develop best practices for community-based co-curricular activities and make your department eligible for up to $500 from the Center for Community-Based Learning to run your program or event.  For more information, please visit or contact Dr. Alarie Gibbs, Curricular Coordinator,
  • Osprey Community Engagement Medallion

    The next application window begins January for Spring/Summer 2022 graduates. Students who declare for graduation will receive information about the distinction. Additional information about the Osprey Community Engagement Medallion is at:

    Osprey Community Engagement Medallion Information

  • Constitution Week

    "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity."

    Constitution Day commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. Each year the University of North Florida celebrates the week with special programs and activities. All events are free.

    Constitution Day

  • Service Days
    For more information on upcoming service events, or to get more involved, fill out the following survey:
    We the People! What Do You Care About?
  • MLK Day of Service

    Hosted the third Monday of January on the official day of remembrance for Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Join us for on-campus service with Hope at Hand, a Jacksonville organization that provides art and poetry sessions to vulnerable and at-risk youth populations. Using poetry, creativity, art and therapeutic approaches, Hope at Hand facilitates healing and personal growth for children and adolescents. Drop in for an hour (or two) to help us create packets of materials that will be distributed to students.  

    MLK Day of Service Registration

    Information on potential service activities through the US National Day of Service:

  • Community Engagement Summit
    Hosted annually (typically in the Spring) to bring employees and students from UNF and community partners together for a day of workshops and dialogue.