Category: Get Involved
Catalysts of Community Engaged Learning: The 2022 Celebrating Partnerships Event
Every other year, CommUniverCity holds a huge event called “Celebrating Partnerships,” where core partners of the organization come together to take a grand look at active projects that CommUniverCity has been maintaining or is involved in. This past Thursday on May 5th, in which some of you know as Cinco de Mayo, CommUniverCity their biennial…
Programa de Liderazgo Comunitario 2021
¡Bienvenid@s al Programa de Liderazgo Comunitario de este año! ¡Estamos listas para conocerl@s a tod@s y desarrollar sus habilidades de liderazgo! Vea el folleto a continuación. Para registrarse, haga clic aquí:
Promoting Civic Engagement in Local Politics
This election year has been rocked by a global pandemic, massive unemployment, and protests for social justice. As we all shifted towards digital communication, there was suddenly a need for a way for the community to voice all their political concerns. CommUniverCity served California State Senate District 15 by hosting a virtual Candidate Forum on…
Engineering in Action Students Inspire Future Generations
Author: Danny Ludovina, Project Coordinator for Engineering in Action What can someone do with an education in the fields of STEM, or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math? Why does learning how to log proper notes, choosing numerical formulas, or shaping structures matter to an elementary school child? We at CommUniverCity had these questions in mind…
Vote for The Health Trust, Help Them Increase Fresh Food Access!
This year CommUniverCity recognized the Health Trust with our Golden Brick Award for their efforts to make Silicon Valley the healthiest place to live. And now you have a chance to support them as well! To support their efforts to increase fresh food access, vote for The Health Trust in the Google Bay Area Impact Challenge! The…
Pitch In: help build Garden to Table’s new urban farm!
Garden to Table’s Groundbreaking event for their brand new farm is just around the corner. To make this transformation successful, Garden to Table needs the help of over 80 volunteers to build raised beds! If you’re interested in pitching in and getting dirty, sign up for one of these time slots: – Saturday, Oct 19th,…
Five Wounds Area Urban Village Plans
Over 80 community members and leaders attended the draft presentation on September 17, 2013 of the Five Wounds Area Urban Village Plans (Roosevelt Park, Five Wounds, 24th and William Street, and Little Portugal) from the City of San José. CommUniverCity San José worked with Five Wounds / Brookwood Terrace (FWBT) residents, SJSU faculty and students, and many land…