The Center's activities are diverse, but generally fall into one of the following categories:
Summer Internships - The CPGC funds a robust program of domestic and international summer internships.
Haverford House - An urban post-graduate program for community living and service in Philadelphia, which strengthens our campus connections with the city.
Faculty/Curricular Support - The CPGC supports Haverford faculty members in their efforts to integrate global and local issues into their teaching, research and mentoring. This might take the form of attendance at off-campus conferences, hosting on-campus events, organizing service learning projects in conjunction with students, and the inclusion of elements of social justice into courses. Note: With the exception of special opportunities for faculty (e.g., summer research awards and study tours), all proposals for faculty support should be submitted to this fund.
Off-Campus Conferences & Workshops - The Center funds student, staff, and faculty attendance at off-campus educational training and networking experiences related to its mission.
On-Campus Events - The CPGC arranges visits by speakers, activists, and academics to engage members of the Haverford community in meaningful dialogue on issues of peace and global citizenship.
Service Learning - The CPGC supports individual and group experiential learning projects with a strong intellectual grounding and practical benefit to the community.
Student Research - The Center funds in-depth domestic and international research related to course work in peace and social justice throughout the academic year.
Center Sponsored - In addition to funding faculty- and student-initiated projects, the Center itself organizes seminars, symposia and other events designed to address global issues of importance to the Haverford community.