C O M M U N I T Y E D U C A T I O N E X C H A N G E
Connecting Community, Resources, and Thought Leadership
The Community Engagement Center introduces the Community Education Exchange (CEE). CEE is a six week course with the goal to connect community members seeking to be informed and engaged with the Austin community with resources and thought leadership that help address community needs. CEE encourages community members to share knowledge on topics important to their communities and to connect with the people and resources at UT and in our community.
All courses will be co-facilitated by UT Austin faculty/staff and local community members/leaders at accessible locations across Austin. Fostering a true exchange of learning, class participants are encouraged to contribute their skills and experiences for the learning of everyone in attendance. By bringing access to relevant and timely data, research, and expertise to these courses, we hope to inform conversations and strengthen the work being done in the community.
Below please find the fall 2018 course being offered. Click the corresponding link to learn more about the course.
Course Fee: $35.00
Title: Creating Change for Your Community: Advocacy, Leadership, and Community Organizing
Facilitator: Michele Rountree
Associate Director, Institute for Urban Policy
Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Co-Facilitator: Lauren Lluveras
Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis
Dates and Location
- Every Wednesday 6:30pm – 8:30pm from November 7th – December 12th
- 505 East Huntland Drive, Austin, TX | 3rd Floor Conference Room | Free Parking
If you have any questions or concerns about registering or the registration fee, please reach out to Virginia Cumberbatch at: firstname.lastname@example.org.