Welcome to the Office of Community Engagement!


We will be hosting our Volunteer Fair on Thursday, Oct. 1 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the John M. Pfau Library Mall.

We cordially invite our nonprofit organizations to participate on our very first event of the new academic year. Participation is first come, first serve and is limited to the first 50 agencies registered in honor of our 50th Anniversary. The deadline to register is Monday, September 14, 2015. To register, please complete the Volunter Fair Registration Form and email to leaveyourpawprint@csusb.edu or fax at (909) 537-7793. Spaces fill quickly, so don't delay!

Community Engagement and Volunteer Service Fair will assist CSUSB students in identifying meaningful volunteer service opportunities ranging from short-term volunteer service to in-depth service learning internships. It also help students develop a better understanding of the nonprofits that serve our community.

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2015 Alternative Summer Break - New Orleans, Louisiana

(Click on the above link and take the journey with us to Louisina)

A group picture of our Alternative Summer Break students at New Orleans.

On July 26, 2015 a group of CSUSB students left to New Orleans for their Alternative Summer Break. CSUSB Alternative Summer Break is a low-cost service trip that takes CSUSB students to communities outside of Inland Empire, where they take part in volunteering and hands-on learning. Above is a group photo of our CSUSB students and staff at Saint Anne Parish neighboor volunteering with Youth Rebuilding New Orleans non-profit organization.

Alternative Summer Break students volunteering with the Youth Rebuilding News Orleans organization at Saint Anne Parish neighborhood.
'Yotes volunteering at Saint Anne Parish neighboor in New Orleans.

Alternative Summer Break students volunteering with Arc of Greater New Orleans at Mardi Gras bead recycling plant.
'Yotes sorting through Mardi Gras beads at a recycling plant in Louisiana for Arc of Greater New Orleans.

CSUSB hand print on a cement at Saint Anne Parish neighborhood in New Orleans.
'Yotes leaving their paw print in New Orleans!
What are you doing this summer that makes an impact in your community?

For more images of our NOLA trip click on the link.

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Educational Opportunity Program
2015 Summer Bridge Program

Collage of pictures of our CSUSB EOP Summer Bridge Program.
CSUSB students headed to Helping Hands Food Pantry and Family Services Association in Redlands for their service project on Tuesday, August 18, 2015. Part of their EOP Summer Bridge Program is to encourage the students to be an active citizen in their community and highten their sense of volunterism.

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OCE's 2014-2015 ADVENTURES!

Leave Your Paw Print image.

Click on the image to view our 2014-2015 slideshow! It's been a great year and we look forward to another fantastic year this coming academic year! Have a great summer 'Yotes!

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What is Coyote Cares Day?
Click on the Coyote Cares Day!

Coyote Cares Day image.

Thank you to all our volunteers and community partners for making our 3rd Coyote Cares Day event a great success! Here's some photos from our event, click on Coyote Cares Day 2015 to view the photo gallery.

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MyPawPrint campaign image

Stay tuned, MyPawprint website is coming soon!

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