The Center for Community Engagement has compiled a list of resources and volunteering opportunities for the community to use. You can find information and resources about COVID-19 assistance, donations, testing sites, and volunteering.
Click here to read an article and Q&A with Stephanie Lang, oral history storyteller and director of Equity and Community Advocacy at the Center for Community Engagement. Stephanie L. Lang, whose family has lived in Austin and the surrounding area for multiple generations, is a writer, community curator, and passionate advocate… read more
VolunteerUT is the entity that connects members of the UT community with direct service opportunities across central Texas. We hope to make volunteering easily accessible, whether as a one-time event or an ongoing commitment, through the following online tools: GivePulse is the primary platform used to connect UT students, faculty, and staff… read more
The Prairie View Interscholastic League (PVIL) exhibit is now open at the African American Museum of Dallas, showcasing memorabilia and the rich legacy of the League, its athletes, and coaches. It will run from now until February 15, 2022. “An exhibition of the players, teams and the impact and dominance of… read more
Written by Moody College of Communications Student Brenna Van Skiver, East Austin: The History that Made Us is a UT Austin student’s investigation into student perceptions of East Austin and its history, and how we can use this history to become better neighbors to all members of our community.… read more
Tired of Waiting: Food Access in East Austin is a documentary short that explores the lack of food access in the Colony Park neighborhood of East Austin. Developed in partnership with the UT Center for Community Engagement, UT Moody College of Communications Honors Program, Cortez Consulting, Colony Park Neighborhood Association, and the Daily Texan, this project engages… read more