Center for Community Engaged Leadership, Learning & Research

119 Bertrand Library

Community Harvest

At Bucknell, we help students explore the world outside the classroom. Through community engagement, students gain a better understanding of the world around them and experience first-hand the issues that affect our local community and communities across the globe.

Bucknell students can volunteer on an individual basis or with a group of friends, join one of the community-engaged student organizations, become active through academic classes, clubs and organizations, sports teams or fraternities and sororities. Engaging in the community is a great way to become involved locally, share your talents with others and learn valuable skills for life beyond college.

For Students

• Service opportunities on campus and the surrounding community
• Annual program information
• The Shepherd Poverty Internship Program

For Faculty & Staff

• Community-engaged learning
• Community-engaged course designations 

For Community Partners

• Partnering with Bucknell students
• Community Service Federal Work-study Program

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