INVST Metro Caring Amplify

AMPLIFY Podcast: The September 26 INVST and Metro Caring Edition

Sept. 24, 2018

The September 26 episode of AMPLIFY features the interesting partnership work happening between Metro Caring , Denver’s frontline anti-hunger organization, and CU Boulder’s program INVST Community Studies , an undergraduate leadership training program for students who are passionate about social and environmental justice. Joining AMPLIFY host Jennifer Ciplet on the...

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CU Engage Staff Manuela Sifuentes Receives Boulder County 2018 Multicultural Award

Sept. 21, 2018

Manuela Sifuentes, The Director of Community Partnerships at CU Engage, will receive the 2018 Multicultural Award in Education presented by Boulder County on October 4, 2018 at the Boulder Jewish Community Center. The Thirtieth Annual Multicultural Awards Banquet celebrates people of color in Boulder County who have made significant contributions...

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Join us for a Community Engagement Coffee Hour

Sept. 19, 2018

Hope to know more about community-engaged scholarship? Want to connect with others interested in this work? Join experts from the Office of Outreach and Engagement , CU Engage and other CU Boulder faculty, staff and students the third Thursday of each month from noon to 1 p.m. for coffee hours...


Swap volunteers help CU Boulder employees and international students learn English, build community

Sept. 11, 2018

Swap is seeking CU Boulder student volunteers to assist with helping the university’s immigrant employees and members of Boulder’s international community learn better English. Swap , a student-run organization at CU Boulder that is a program of CU Engage , has two volunteer tracks: the Swap Lessons track , which...

INVST Community Studies

CU students take three-state tour to learn about social justice, civic engagement

Aug. 30, 2018

INVST Community Studies was recently featured in the Daily Camera , in an article by staff writer Cassa Niedringhaus highlighting INVST's three-state Justice Summer tour, where the new cohort of 16 CU Boulder students learned about social justice, civic engagement and environmental issues. "Really, what we're doing here is learning...

Aquetza Amplify

AMPLIFY Podcast: The August 22 Aquetza Program Edition

Aug. 21, 2018

AMPLIFY host Jennifer Ciplet in the KGNU studio, speaking with Aquetza Program participants Emely Pech-Cruz and Galilea Landa-Posas, along with CU Boulder student and Aquetza instructor Diana Bustamante-Aguilar. Welcome to the first episode of Season Two of AMPLIFY! On the August 22 Aquetza Edition , host Jennifer Ciplet was joined...

We should all care Justin Teodoro

A statement about family immigration policy

June 28, 2018

"We Should All Care" artwork by Justin Teodoro @justinteodoro CU Engage, as a university-wide center located in the School of Education, would like to share the recent statement about family immigraiton policy created by the School of Education, the Bueno Center and the National Education Policy Center (NEPC). We at...

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AMPLIFY Podcast: the May 23 Just Transition Collaborative Edition

May 23, 2018

The May Edition AMPLIFY guests at KGNU: from left to right, Neda Kikhia from Philanthropiece Foundation; Andrea Nawage from Boulder Housing Authority and a current Climate Justice Leader; and Magnolia Landa-Posas, Community Engagement Manager with the Just Transition Collaborative at CU Boulder. Not pictured: Katie Doyle Myers from Philanthropiece. On...

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AMPLIFY Podcast: the April 25 Aquetza Edition

April 24, 2018

On the April 25 edition of AMPLIFY, host Jennifer Ciplet was joined in the studio by three members of the CU Boulder Aquetza Summer Program . Guests Jason Romero, Adriana Escorza and Magnolia Landa-Posas spoke about their experiences founding, creating, attending and growing the Aquetza program for Colorado's high school...

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AMPLIFY Podcast: the March 28 Public Achievement Edition

March 26, 2018

During the show, host Jennifer Ciplet is joined in the KGNU studio by three guests, all of whom are involved with the Public Achievement youth-led civic engagement program. The conversation includes their reflections about working with middle and high school aged youth who are becoming agents of change, the challenges of mentoring youth in a non-hierarchical way, and the benefits and rewards of youth-to-youth collaboration for civic engagement and social change.