In-person volunteer and internship activities suspended
Due to the president's announcement that the University will be pausing in person-classes, extracurricular programs and other non-essential student activities for two weeks beginning Oct. 8, the CCE's volunteer and internship programs will also be suspended for at least two weeks. The CCE office will remain open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during this time.
Students: Find out how you can #impactBING through volunteering, taking community-engaged courses and more!
Looking to connect with students, faculty or staff? Have an idea for collaboration in our community? The CCE can help!
Learn how the CCE supports faculty interested in exploring community-engaged teaching and research.
Commitment to Racial Justice
The Center for Civic Engagement is committed to addressing systemic racism, both within our campus and in the larger community, and making anti-racism actions more central to our work.
Fall 2020 CCE services
As students begin to return to campus this fall, some community engagement opportunities will be limited due to social distancing guidelines and community partner capacity. However, the office is fully functioning, and we look forward to continuing to serve students, faculty and community partners through every means possible, including phone, email and online video meetings. Learn more about available CCE programs and services.
Learn more about the University's Restarting Binghamton plan.
Want to register to vote? Need an absentee ballot? Not sure where to go to vote on Election Day? Want to contact your elected officials?
Visit our Voter Engagement portal!
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How our students #impactBING
Check out some of the projects our faculty and students have worked on with community partners in the last two years!
Mmekom Udosen '18 has set out to empower young women in her parents' home community of Akwa Ibom, Nigeria, creating Iban Ifiok.
Freshman nursing student Maeve Kelly uses her love of cooking to connect with residents at the Binghamton Rescue Mission.
Despite the pandemic, Binghamton University students continue to be active Youth Initiative interns at St. James Elementary School in Johnson City.