Projects of the BT2P Community

Tulane University Center for Public Service: Public Service Fellows Program

Description:

The Tulane Public Service Fellows Program selects undergraduates for a yearlong fellowship as “community organizers in training.” Fellows are placed with a local community organization working on social-justice issues such as mass incarceration, LGBTQ rights, immigration justice, and other issues.  In addition to working with and learning from their partner, Public Service Fellows take a yearlong platform course, “Liberatory Education and Ethical Service,” co-taught by faculty, students, and community partners.

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Institution(s):

Tulane University

Institutional Type:

  • Doctoral university, high research

Theme(s):

  • Civic and community engagement
  • Engaged and active learning
  • Equity and inclusion
  • Student voice and leadership

State(s):

Louisiana

Contacts:

Jimmy Huck, Ashana Bigard