Become a Community Partner
As a primary liaison between the campus and surrounding communities, we strive to maintain contact and develop ongoing relationships with non-profit and public service agencies in our community. As a community partner, we will help raise campus awareness of your agency; promote your service needs and opportunities to faculty, staff, and students; and make connections with curricular and co-curricular service experiences.
- Please contact Nina LeNoir, Ph.D., Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education, to partner with faculty on existing and developing service-learning efforts and inquire about other community engagement efforts within the curriculum.
- Please contact Justin Koppelman, Ph.D., Associate Director for Civic Engagement Initiatives, for assistance in promoting your community service opportunities to students and student organizations.
Hire Chapman Interns/Graduates
Internships typically involve more time and responsibility than most co-curricular community service involvements. Interns generally work more hours per week, have a specific set of learning outcomes, and are actively supported by a faculty advisor. If you would like to post a job or internship opportunity for Chapman students, please do so through Chapman’s Career and Professional Development.
Employ Chapman Work-Study Students
The Community Service Work-Study Program provides students the opportunity to participate in significant service experiences while earning a portion of their financial aid award. This federally-sponsored program allows non-profit/government agencies to employ Chapman students at a minimal charge. The goal of the program is to provide students with a meaningful service and learning experience while supporting and enhancing the work of non-profit/governmental organizations. For more information on connecting to this program, contact Nashaunda Williams in Human Resources.