Faculty & Staff

The Office of Civic & Community Engagement is happy to work alongside faculty and staff at Wake Forest looking to make an impact in the community. Whether you are looking to practice community-engaged teaching, research, or scholarship; want to be an asset to community-based partners with a high-level skill; or simply want to volunteer your time to a community organization, we are here to help.

Knowledge Communities

Knowledge Communities are co-facilitated groups where knowledge is shared and produced in collaboration with others. They are framed around topics that are centrally important both to our city and to WFU faculty.

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Get Involved

Do you  have a unique skillset that could be beneficial to one of our community partners? Are you looking to get more involved in the community? Let us know!

We are more than happy to sit down with you, discuss your goals, and connect you to a community partner or project.

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Become A Volunteer

Do you want to volunteer? Unsure where to look?

HandsOn Connect is a wonderful resource available to residents in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. An online volunteer matching tool, HandsOn Connect allows you to search for opportunities by availability, type of opportunity, or population served.

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