Center for Community Engagement & Service

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Welcome to the PLU Center for Community Engagement and Service (CCES). CCES serves as a resource for students, staff and faculty who want to learn and serve in the context of the Parkland and Tacoma community. The Center is also a point of contact for community members seeking university involvement with local organizations, programs and projects. We recognize the invaluable wisdom housed in our local community and seek mutually beneficial partnerships that deepen student learning while enhancing the common good.
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CCES Fall 2014 Calendar
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CCES Events

Join approximately 1,000 people as they walk to raise awareness and funds for agencies fighting hunger in Pierce County.

We are putting together a group of volunteers to help us with face-painting for children at the "family fun" at the annual Hunger Walk! This event raises funds for organizations working to feed hungry people in Pierce County!

SIGN-UP HERE! 

Our group will gather at PLU Harstad lot at 11:30 am to carpool together in a PLU van to the Hunger Walk at Ft. Steilacoom Park - we'll do some face-painting and enjoy the music and other entertainment at the Family Fun fair alongside the Hunger Walk, returning to PLU by 5 pm.

WALK OR RUN with the Lively Lutes! 

Register with the Lively Lutes team at www.associatedministries/hungerwalk

$10 to participate, scholarships available contact: Amber aguiarak@plu.edu

Join in to raise funds to fight hunger! This is a traditional fundraising walk/run event - participants raise funds online through the donation page - can be shared with family/friends through facebook or email. Awesome t-shirts for those who raise $100 to fight hunger in Pierce County. 

Questions about the walk, run or volunteering: haxtema@plu.edu or 253-535-7915 

Campus and community-wide tutoring and mentoring event for students and professionals working with youth in our community. 

For more information on signing up and participating: lemmontm@plu.edu

Learn more about service opportunities and ways to engage meaningful service off campus as community partners come to campus to promote local volunteer opportunities. 

Join 150+ local fifth-graders as they come to campus and experience the day and the life of going to college. 

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