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 experiential and service learning into their teaching and mentoring. This might take the form of travel in conjunction with courses or the development of new courses with experiential learning components.
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.