Community Partnerships Program
Earn Credit as You Learn from Professionals
Thanks to a generous donation from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Eugene Lang College is offering 9 new Arts and Humanities courses in spring 2014 that bring community partners, Visiting Fellows, into Lang classrooms. This is a rare opportunity to learn from distinguished non-faculty professionals in fields that interest you. In addition, Civic Arts and Humanities employs 2 paid Student Fellows per course to take on supervisory tasks while earning credit.
A Fully Mentored Experience
Civic Arts and Humanities courses enable you to have a substantial, fully mentored experience with a community partner in the arts and humanities. These experiences will help you:
- Make connections between your courses, the community partners’ work, and your own intellectual passions
- Understand the power and relevance of an arts and humanities education for life, work, and citizenship after college