Student Fellows of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement are the leaders of our homegrown community programs. They are undergraduate or graduate students with excellent organizational skills, and a desire to serve and explore a specific community and/or issue more intensely. They examine the underlying causes of social issues and work with the Center to try to adapt our programming to address the need. Student Fellows also collect and, with the support of the Community Projects Coordinator, analyze data about our programs so that we can best direct our efforts.
Fellows are recruited each semester on the recommendation of a faculty and/or staff member. If you are interested in becoming a Student Fellow of the Stockton Center for Community Engagement please click this link for an initial application.
Student Fellows on Campus:
SCCE Student Fellows Kayla McDermott-Cobbs and Jason Rehani presented a breakout session at the Sankofa Summit "Men of Color in Higher Education: Issues, Choices and Challenges" Their talk, "Misconceptions in the Definition of Men of Color" was very well received.
On January 15, 2018 the SCCE ran two service projects on campus. In the morning they worked with Stockton students and boys from Boy Scout Troop 634 in Galloway to assemble over 300 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the Atlantic City residents of Jeffries Tower who were displaced after a fire on January 5th.
Pictured Above: Christine Whaley, Ashley Molina, Kayla McDermott-Cobbs, Jessica Perez, and Askhia Khawaja make and deliver sandiches to Atlantic City
Student Fellows in the Community:
Pictured Above: Alejandra Londono works with a student at Buzby Homes Village during their December holiday party.
Pictured Above: Kayla McDermott-Cobbs, Ashley Molina, and Jason Rehani sing and play at the Community Haven Holiday Party in Atlantic City
Pictured above: Student Fellows Bill Bingham, Askhia Khawaja and Anthony Vigliano attended the Campus Kitchen Boot Camp in Washington, DC