Our mission is to empower students through service experiences and collaborative partnerships to meaningfully serve our local and global communities as lifelong active, aware and engaged citizens.
R.J. Mitte, of AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” spoke at the Kansas Union Ballroom on Thursday, March 27, 2014 to kick off the Center for Community Outreach’s Into the Streets Week. His lecture, “Overcoming Adversity: Turning a Disadvantage into an Advantage,” drew a full house to the Ballroom. Mitte greeted students at a small reception following the event.
The 2014 Inspire Service Endowment Campaign Video Series concludes with the CCO’s third and final video. Watch to learn more about how the Center for Community Outreach fosters engagement between student volunteers and their local and global communities.
The 2014 Inspire Service Endowment Campaign Video Series continues with the CCO’s second video installment. Here we take a look at how the Center for Community Outreach inspires awareness in its student participants and leaders, better equipping them to affect positive change in their communities.
The CCO was very excited to kick off our 2014 Inspire Service Campaign with the first of a series of three videos each highlighting a different aspect of our mission statement. First, we examine how CCO shapes student volunteers to be active participants in their environment.