Fall 2022 PCLP Projects
This fall, PCLP students are partnering on projects with Flint City Councilwoman Tonya Burns; UM-Flint Office of Economic Development; Detroit City Councilwoman Santiago-Romero; Planet Detroit; and the City of Hamtramck, MI’s Community and Economic Development Department. Students enrolled in the independent study work collaboratively in a hybrid capacity. Learn more here.
At the end of this independent study, students will be better able to apply classroom learning to real-world community and public policy challenges, develop new perspectives through engagement with diverse community members, and make an impact on the community.
PCLP projects provide students with opportunities for dialogue, research, and service in their selected community. Students may conduct program evaluation, policy research, grant writing, and other activities as jointly agreed upon with their community partners. Please stay tuned to P3E news for future announcements. If you are interested in learning more about PCLP projects and fellowships, contact Community Engagement Manager DeAndre’ J. Calvert at firstname.lastname@example.org.