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CSUCI Corps Program

The Center for Community Engagement is now hiring for all Corps positions for the 2022-2023 academic year. To apply, send your Student Application to Jennifer Raymond at jennifer.raymond@csuci.edu . In the subject line, please note the position you are applying for (e.g. Health Corps).

CSUCI Corps program is a paid community service internship program specifically designed to support student leaders advancing service, service-learning and community engagement throughout the Santa Barbara and Ventura County. The Corps program is an off-campus “high impact internship” which translates into greater student success outcomes as students are more connected to the campus  and the community and receive professional mentorship from their supervisors. CSUCI Corps pairs student interests and skills with  nonprofit organizations in the area, crafting the internship so that it addresses the goals of the organization, and gives Corps members a rich learning experience within the non-profit sector.

The Corps program consists of six arms of service:

The Corps program aims to:

  • build and support a network of community-minded students in their academic, civic, and professional development while increasing their community involvement in meaningful ways
  • foster connections between the University, its students, and the community
  • provide pathways for CSUCI students entering graduate school, workforce or the Peace Corps

Who are our Partners for 2022-2023?

The CSUCI Corps program partners with area non-profits and schools to provide paid internship opportunities. Our current partners include: Boys and Girls Club of Camarillo, Cabrillo Economic Development Corp, Somis Elementary, Ventura County Farm to School, Oral Health Initiative and the Santa Monica Mountains Trails Council.

What Students Say About the Program

"The CSUCI Corps program helped make my time at CI more meaningful and helped me learn more about myself and how I can make a positive impact in my community."
Tyffani Hamlin, '22, Psychology

"This program has impacted me in so many different ways interpersonally, intrapersonally, mentally, and physically! I am so glad I am able to be a part of a program where I meet so many people and mentors that have made my passion for nature and teamwork so much more valuable."
Charles Knowles, '23, Communication

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