“Community engagement describes the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities (local, state, regional, national and global) for the mutual beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity.” (Carnegie Foundation)
"The University’s mission also includes serving the surrounding community through applied research, training and community service programs, and consulting for government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private industry.” (CSULB Mission Statement)
Opportunities for businesses, organizations and the community at large to experience the benefits of partnerships with CSULB appear here.
The institute provides planned-giving professionals with the knowledge and skills required to implement and maintain a successful gift planning program.
Government volunteer opportunities to volunteer in the community, gain leadership skills, and get involved with CSULB Student Government.
An educational partnership can help raise achievement for all students in a very large and diverse urban school district.
The Institute's mission is to preserve and promote the great American cultural heritage and social history of jazz music by building a bridge to diverse communities through education and outreach.
The CDC offers on-campus interviews and recruitment for full-time and internship positions.
Provides quality employment and training programs, emphasizing professionalism and providing qualified and motivated employees.
The center coordinates information on various university/community partnerships focusing on the education profession and the pursuit of a high quality seamless public education/higher education pathway.
The CCE facilitates connections between the university and the community by service-based internships, service-learning, and community-based research to enrich experiences and strengthen community capacity.
A center for employees of public and private law enforcement agencies and those individuals who provide services to criminal justice agencies.
The center is a bridge linking the technology industry, the community, and the university with an objective to be a leader in the areas of management of technology, digital divide, and e-business.
Promotes interactive educational and research opportunities for CSULB, the local community, and industry tenants.
This is a training site for students in School Psychology, Counseling, and Reading/Language Arts Specialist Credential Program and provides comprehensive educational and psychological services to children at a moderate cost.
Community service is one of the founding principles of all fraternities and sororities, including both "hands-on" service and fundraising.
This program seeks to encourage that sense of wonder in children while simultaneously rekindling that same spirit in the adults who are their parents and teachers.
Kaleidoscope, CSULB's annual open house, is a great opportunity to meet representatives from various CSULB and Long Beach community organizations.
The partners work together to increase achievement for all pre-kindergarten through graduate school students in a large, highly diverse, multilingual urban area.
The MSM is simply a science museum on wheels, and because of this the museum is able to bring science to the students of schools that would otherwise not have the opportunity to visit a science museum as unique as this.
Undergraduate education students intern in urban classrooms, providing service to students and teachers.
The center aims to equip people with the transformational power of ethical leadership in order to build better communities through knowledge that informs ethical practice.
Women Engineers @ the Beach was developed to inspire young girls to consider careers in Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science.
The center promotes women's educational, professional, and personal growth through a diverse and interactive program of services, advocacy, and education.