Supporting positive change through community-engaged learning.
The David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement supports students, faculty, staff and alumni who are collaborating with communities — locally and around the globe — to create a more just and equitable world.
What does community-engaged learning look like?
Keeping construction materials out of landfillsSee this Engaged Research Grant.
Making water safe to drinkView the CEE 2550 course description.
Celebrating community organizers and activistsRead the Cornell Chronicle story.
Leaving your comfort zoneRead Alex Li ’20’s blog post.
Addressing public health in GhanaRead about Margaret Maison ’21 who earned the Certificate in Community-Engaged Leadership.
The Einhorn Center is dedicated to supporting members of the Cornell community in their community-engaged learning. Please get in touch, and we’ll talk about your options.Contact Us