Let us know if you’d like to put in some hours helping the Center for Civic Reflection at the office, in the field, or on specific projects. We are always looking for:
Outreach & Support
Help us maintain and add new content to our website
Contribute to our blog
Support fundraising, marketing or communications efforts
Reach out to new communities to get discussions going
Help us coordinate public programs and events
Offer your skills in graphic design, photography or videography
Facilitate discussions with a variety of groups and sectors
Consider an internship, practicum, placement or work-study position with the Center for Civic Reflection. There’s plenty to learn and plenty to do.
CCR works with a wide array of groups across the country so if you’re a faculty member or student looking to study the relationship between reflection and action, or how to deepen civic engagement or any number of related ideas, please contact Michael Webber in Camden House 102 at 410.677.5054 or email@example.com and let us know what you’re thinking.
The Center for Civic Reflection is a national leader in dialogue and reflection. We use readings, images and videos to engage people in deep, productive conversation about issues that impact their communities and work in the world—a practice that we call civic reflection. We have trained more than 7,000 people to facilitate these discussions in their organizations and communities, and led over 20,000 people in public, community, and workplace dialogues.