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The Center for Civic Engagement sponsors lectures, conferences, and workshops; facilitates internship, volunteer, and service-learning opportunities; and awards fellowships that are designed to reinforce the links between education, democracy, and citizenship. Committed to institutional engagement, Bard fosters partnerships with educational institutions and programs around the globe to promote liberal education.

CCE opportunities, updates and funding requests can be found below.  Have questions?  Contact CCE Associate Director Erin Cannan at cannan@bard.edu.

Profiles

Ian Buruma

Ian Buruma

Ian Buruma is the Paul W. Williams Professor of Human Rights and Journalism at Bard College. Professor Buruma is an award-winning journalist and writer who spent much of his early career traveling and reporting from all over Asia. He now writes about a broad range of political and cultural subjects for major publications, including the New York Review of Books, the New Yorker, and the New York Times.
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Bard Branches

Build, Learn, Play After-School Program

The Bard Branches Program (formerly the Maple Lane Community Center) is an after-school program that provides stimulating educational and cultural creative programming. By focusing on productive collaboration, Branches provides a framework for each student to express and utilize their unique voice in shaping the world. If you would like to get involved or learn more about the program, contact Jesse Weiss.

Our Stories

To check out stories of our numerous projects and other ways to get involved, visit the CCE’s Facebook page and blog, and follow us on Twitter.

Request Funding for Projects

The funding request form for students and others to seek support from the CCE for their own initiatives can be downloaded below.