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Leadership Programs

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CILSA offers various leadership development opportunities for students who are interested in making a year long commitment to service and social justice education. 

CILSA STUDENT LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 

Summer Fellowship Opportunities

The MICAH Summer Fellowship allows 12 SMC & USD students to live/learn and serve with various communities throughout the Bay Area. The RWANDA Summer Fellowship allows 2 student to live/learn and serve in Rwanda. Housing, food, transportation and fellowship award provided.

Social Action Leadership Team (SALT) Members

The SALT Program transforms the lives of students, the life of their campuses, their local communities, and the world through service and leadership.

Engaged Learning Facilitators (ELFs)

ELFs serve as liaisons between faculty members teaching service-learning and community-based research courses, the students enrolled in those courses, and the community partners with whom students serve.

Jumpstart Corps Members

Jumpstart is working toward the day every child in America enters school prepared to succeed.

SLICE (Student Leaders in Community Engagement)

SLICE is a two-semester independent study program of academic distinction. Juniors or seniors in SLICE study issues of leadership, justice or equity in their major or minor discipline and put their knowledge to use through the creation of a project that addresses an issue and meets a need in the community.

Public Service Internship Program (PSI)

The PSI is an independent study experience where students are unpaid interns (8-10 hours/week for one semester) at Bay Area non-profits, city governments, and any type of entity that would fall under notion of “public service.”  Students will strengthen skills and knowledge for working in the non-profit and public service sector, explore vocations through the lens of personal and professional development, and review and discuss academic content related to public service and the specific organizations’ work. For more information please contact Diana Enriquez-Field at [email protected].