For Community

Without community, there is no community engagement — and there is no Engaged Cornell.

Community partners who collaborate with Cornell students, faculty and staff on engaged projects play key roles in defining their communities’ needs and developing sustainable solutions that will benefit their clients, constituents and neighbors.

Defining community in the broadest sense, Engaged Cornell projects include partners large and small, local and international. Community partners can be:

  • neighborhoods
  • towns
  • government offices or programs
  • non-governmental organizations
  • schools
  • for-profit organizations
  • not-for-profit organizations
  • small businesses
  • museums
  • civic groups
  • labor unions
  • health facilities
  • industry leaders
  • and more

What do community partnerships look like?

And you’ll find many other examples throughout this site.

How to connect

How can you become part of Engaged Cornell? By connecting with a faculty member whose research and teaching can help advance your mission. We know that can be easier said than done, so the Office of Engagement Initiatives is here to help.

Contact us to discuss your organization, projects or ideas.

Office of Engagement Initiatives

Engaged Cornell Hub

Kennedy Hall, 3rd Floor