2019 CEA Group Shot

Community Engagement through Activism

The Community Empowerment Activists (CEA) program develops critically engaged students through internships with grassroots, advocacy, and base-building organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area. Students learn leadership skills for social justice through hands-on practice at their host organizations, ongoing class meetings, building with community leaders, and professional development workshops. Social justice starts at the local level and we’re proud of our current cohort of CEA’s for playing their part in their respective placements throughout the city!

Mutale Mulenga ’20 | Kinesiology |      Internship: Faith in Action

Emily Garcia ’20| Sociology |               Internship: Coalition on Homelessness

Enyolli Martinez ’21 | Sociology and Critical Diversity Studies Minor | Internship: PODER

Julian Sorapuru ’22 | Media Studies |  Internship: SF Rising

Evelyn Fernandez Pedroza | Sociology and Public Service and Community Engagement Minor |Internship: PODER


Shelsie Castillo ’22 | Sociology and Public Service & Community Engagement Minor |  Internship: Causa Justa :: Just Cause


Isabel Tayag ’22 | Sociology (Major) |  Internship: SOMCAN

Apply today to advance social justice vision through campaigns and coalition-building, in solidarity with diverse San Francisco residents, while examining the complexity of policy, politics, and regional Bay Area dynamics, which impact vulnerable local communities. Deadline is March 3!

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jgpearson • February 13, 2020

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