Inaugural Mid-Atlantic Civic Fellows Named

March 24, 2022

Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic is very pleased to announce that thirteen student leaders have been selected to participate in the inaugural Mid-Atlantic Civic Fellowship program during the 2022-2023 academic year.

The Mid-Atlantic Civic Fellowship will offer students in our region high impact opportunities to develop their leadership skills and understanding of civic and community engagement so that they may better serve as leaders in their communities and collectively create solutions to our region’s most urgent problems. This fellowship is a key avenue to develop student leaders who are engaged global citizens, actively contributing to the creation of equitable, healthy, sustainable, and socially just communities.

Through this fellowship, Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic will provide a variety of learning and networking opportunities emphasizing personal, professional, and civic growth. Fellows will participate in virtual and in-person gatherings and conversations with regional and national experts focused on leadership development and advancing equity through civic and community engagement in the Mid-Atlantic region.

The inaugural fellowship cohort includes thirteen students from CCMA partner institutions across Maryland, Washington, DC., and Delaware. Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic is excited to congratulate and welcome the following 2022-2023 Mid-Atlantic Civic Fellows:

For more information about the Mid-Atlantic Civic Fellowship program, please see the website.


About Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic:

Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic is the largest higher education association dedicated to fulling the public purposes of higher education in the Maryland, DC, and Delaware region, including 37 public, private, 2- and 4-year colleges and universities as members. CCMA supports colleges and universities in the Maryland, Washington, DC, and Delaware region by mobilizing the collective commitment and capacity of higher education and community partners to develop global citizens and co-create just, equitable, and sustainable institutions and communities.