The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship (CPGC) offers student summer internships and academic year fellowships, community-engaged courses, on-campus speakers and professional development, and financial support for student and faculty community-engaged learning. The CPGC partners with the full breadth of academic majors and community organizations to advance peace, justice, inclusion, and sustainability as components of robust and critical global citizenship. CPGC activities take place in our local region, on campus, and all around the world.
For service and advocacy opportunities in Ardmore, as well as student volunteer clubs and community-based work study, visit the Marilou Allen Office of Service and Community Collaboration.
A CPGC Fellowship is a funded opportunity for Bi-Co students to advance social justice learning and action.
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College educators explored bests practices for engaging students in community projects that advance aspects of justice and inclusivity, during a two-day November symposium at Haverford. Students participanting in projects provide help for grassroots organizations, while gaining hand-on experience in helping to address real-world problems.
One student spoke describing her work last summer in Nepalese villages, where sheaddressed stigmas surrounding menstruation. Another described efforts to unite Philadelphia’s Caribbean and Asian communities to address drug use. Others described a journalist’s work in Ghana, Democracy building in mid-Atlantic states, and anti-incarceration efforts in Philadelphia. The presenters, each a winner of a 2023 Center For Peace and Global Citizenship Summer Fellowship, described their summer field work at a late October poster session at Lutnick Library.
From Caracas to Chicago- the global refugee crisis is at our doorsteps. Hear how two Haverford students spent ten weeks this summer in Mexico City working for a local aid organization providing assistance to the displaced, through a paid CPGC fellowship.
Students, faculty, and members of the Ardmore community attended a panel hosted by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship to learn about the untold history of the Christiana Resistance.
Jack Lieberman '26 learned plenty about vegetables—and himself—during a summer internship at Farmer Jawn, an urban farming operation in Elkins Park, Pa.
The Center for Peace & Global Citizenship seeks nominations for its 2nd Annual MLK Award for Youth Leadership, Creative Maladjustment and Social Change.
Sponsored by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, Jared Saef '24 spent the summer helping to build a cross-county alliance aimed at improving the network of paved biking trails in the region.
During a summer internship sponsored by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, Richter helped track hiring practices in academia and how they relate to careers in linguistics.