Be a Bennion Scholar and work in getting a Community Engagement Certificate

Are you interested in creating real-world change? Then, the Bennion Scholars and the Community Engaged Certificate are right for you!

Bennion Scholars is an academic honor program that empowers students to create real-world change related to their area of academic study. Scholars hone their interests and commitment to specific communities as they complete 200 hours of service and a capstone project with a community partner and faculty mentor. The Bennion Scholars program is an excellent opportunity to join an interdisciplinary community of students interested in social change and community leadership. Find additional information, including the complete list of program requirements and the application form, here. Email with questions. Applications are open; April 1st to start in the Fall 2024 semester.

The Community Engagement Certificate is an academic credential that signals to employers and graduate schools your sustained commitment to addressing community issues through experiential learning and leadership. Students who complete the Community Engagement Certificate have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to build more just, equitable, and sustainable communities. This certificate is open to undergraduates from all majors at the U. For more information, visit our website or email

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