The UBC Centre for Community Engaged Learning functions as a resource for stakeholders both inside and outside of the University. We provide strategic and operational support to:
- UBC faculty and staff who seek opportunities to deepen student engagement with and in community, through a teaching methodology that bridges theory and practice;
- Community organizations passionate about the education of the next generation, who are seeking to collaborate and develop partnerships with UBC;
- Students and alumni who are interested in participating in experiential learning opportunities beyond the University.
All work and programs at the Centre are aimed towards fostering principles of Community Based Experiential Learning (CBEL), allowing students to engage, beyond the university, and tackle complex real-world issues in a collaborative environment. See the vision, mission and values of the Centre here.
- Mon9 am - 5 pm
- Tue9 am - 5 pm
- Wed9 am - 5 pm
- Thurs9 am - 5 pm
- Fri9 am - 5 pm
CIRS Building 2131 - 2260 West Mall, Vancouver BC, V6T 1Z4 Canada
- Faculty Community Based Experiential Learning (CBEL) Toolkit
This toolkit is a collection of tools and resources that can be utilized in the design, delivery and evaluation of... read more
- Resources for Community Partners
The Centre for Community Engaged provides its community partners with resources to aid them in building relationships... read more
- Reading Week
The Reading Week Program is a non-credit, local community-based experiential learning (CBEL) program. It connects... read more
- Remote Community Based Learning Fund
The Centre for Community Engaged Learning provides grants to faculty members to create community-based experiential... read more
- Experiential Learning
The impact it can have on career development and the student experience is proven. Experiential learning doesn't... read more
Working with us
Working under the principles of Community-Based Experiential Learning (CBEL), we provide support to faculty and staff members who are seeking to enhance student learning and further their teaching practices by working with non-profits and community organizations.