The Office of Civic & Community Engagement works directly with community partners throughout Winston-Salem to provide resources and support, develop projects, and build capacity. Organizations and individuals can collaborate with our office in myriad ways.
Below, please see different avenues to connect with Wake Forest University. For inquiries about partnership, contact us.
Let’s work together. The Office of Civic & Community Engagement works with community partners to identify mutually beneficial ways to support community-based programs or projects. Resources include identifying individual and/or group volunteers, securing space, and developing other strategies for capacity-building.
The Office of Civic & Community Engagement directs several community-based programs in which students work closely with community partners over an extended period of time to complete community action projects. This could include some of our signature programs, such as Dash Corps or the Summer Nonprofit Immersion Program. If you or your organization is interested in partnering with a class or campus group on a project, please contact us.
The Office of Civic & Community Engagement facilitates community-based learning and research by connecting faculty interested in teaching community-based courses or conducting community-based research with community partners. If you or your organization are interested in conducting research with a Wake Forest faculty member, let us know.