Community Building and Social Change Fellowship celebrates 10 years

Feb. 21, 2013

Emory University's Center for Community Partnerships recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of its Community Building and Social Change Fellows Program. The fellowship is two semesters of intensive experience for undergrads in public policy, urban issues and social justice while providing valuable work for community partners. 126 fellows have completed 36 projects around metro Atlanta in the program's 10-year existence before going off to careers in education, public policy, international relations, and other community-oriented occupations. The program changes the community and these students.