The theme of the event, “Make a Difference Now,” centers around Cleveland State’s desire to give students the opportunity to become civically engaged in their community by learning more about various agencies in the surrounding areas and finding out how they can become involved. This expo allows students, faculty, and community participants to browse and interact with community agencies on an informal basis.
“This is an excellent opportunity for Cleveland State students to choose an agency that matches their own personal passion, said Susan Webb-Curtis, CSCC’s director of Service Learning and Cooperative Education.
“At the same time, CSCC faculty will also be able to use this event to network and explore ways to incorporate service-learning projects into their courses. Our goal is to have this event lead students, faculty, and community participants to become more involved in service in our community.”
To become a vendor, or for more information about the “Make a Difference Now” Expo, contact Brandy Ball at (423) 472-7141, ext. 385 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event will be open to the public so that anyone in the community can learn about agencies and their programs, as well as how to volunteer.
For more information on the Department of Service-Learning at CSCC, visit the website at www.clevelandstatecc.edu/service_learning/.