Building Local Expertise to Maximize Community Impact
Kravis Lab has developed a program model aimed at both providing our students with an unprecedented learning opportunity and at the same time making a truly substantive impact on the community. The program will have both curricular and co-curricular activities serving two target groups: CMC students and inland Empire non-profit organizations. Students are matched with and work alongside leaders from social impact organizations as Community Impact Research Assistants (CIRA). CIRAs support their partner organizations to build financial and programmatic resilience, enhance strategic communications, and explore strategies to capitalize on government programs.
Applications for CIRAs are posted on Handshake.
Deadline to submit is Sept 8, 2020