Working Together to Build a Brighter Future

The Jewett Center for Community Partnerships (JCCP) is the home of community engagement at Wesleyan University. Guided by the principles of mutual respect and collective responsibility, the JCCP focuses on developing and maintaining local partnerships with schools, nonprofit organizations, government agencies and the community at large through the Office of Community Service and Volunteerism, the Center for Prison Education, and WESU 88.1FM.

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    Engage 2020

    The E2020 Initiative is an opportunity for civic participation and learning through engagement with the public sphere.

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    Get Involved

    Volunteer and work-study opportunities for Wesleyan students.

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    Academics

    Supporting the development of service-learning courses and the translation of theory to practice. 

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    K-12 Programming

    Educational and cultural enrichment programs for Middletown K-12 students.

Flagship Programs

WESU-FM

Providing coverage of local affairs, opportunities for social and political engagement, and an eclectic mix of commercial-free music from the community and around the globe.

Center for Prison Education

Transforming lives by extending the Wesleyan community and its resources into Connecticut’s prisons. Offering Wesleyan courses for college credit, taught by Wesleyan faculty, to incarcerated individuals.

Engaged University Blog

Wesleyan Summer Grant Program – Application Opens 1/27; Info Sessions Begin 1/28

Wesleyan Summer Grant Program – Application Opens 1/27; Info Sessions Begin 1/28

Looking for funding for your unpaid or low-paid summer experience? The 2020 Wesleyan Summer Grants Program will be accepting applications from January 27th – February 27th, 11:59pm. Wesleyan Summer Grants are funding resources awarded through the Gordon Career Center which allow students to pursue no- or low-paid career-related summer experiences. Experiential learning opportunities can be both in…
The Fault Lines of Evangelicalism: Donald Trump, Christianity Today, and the History of a Movement

The Fault Lines of Evangelicalism: Donald Trump, Christianity Today, and the History of a Movement

The Fault Lines of Evangelicalism: Donald Trump, Christianity Today, and the History of a Movement with Chamberlain Fellow Joseph P. Slaughter   Every election cycle evangelicals are an influential group to be reckoned with for journalists, pundits, politicians, and political strategists. Under President Donald J. Trump, their political power is reflected by increased White House access, and…
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