Community Service-Office of Student Activities - Carnegie Mellon University

Partners Allied in Civic Engagement (PACE)

Partners Allied in Civic Engagement (PACE) defines civic engagement as a range of individual and/or collective efforts including but not limited to philanthropy, direct service, civic discourse, activism, and social justice towards identifying, deliberating on, and addressing issues of public concern.

PACE strives to create engaged citizens while fostering a lifelong commitment to civic engagement by focusing on three key areas: embedding civic engagement in the student experience; developing intentional PACE programming; and fostering campus and community partnerships.

Email pace@andrew.cmu.edu for more information on upcoming opportunities.

Learn more about PACE’s goals.

Pace black  What is PACE?

  What We Do
  Who We Are
  Our Partners

pace blue  Getting Started

  Subscribe to the PACE d-list
  Calendar of Events
  Explore Service & Philanthropy Organizations
  Plan a Customized Project for Your Group
                      Find a Volunteer Opportunity in Pittsburgh

pace yellow  What’s Happening

  Calendar of Events
  Subscribe to the PACE d-list
  Sign-up for Service Saturdays
  Participate in the Days of Service
                      Annual Events

pace red  Educational Opportunities

  PACE Annual Theme: Income Inequality
  Civic Engagement in Your House Community
  Participate in a Service Trip


Orientation Events on Friday, August 22nd
In the morning, volunteer alongside your fellow first-year students at the Orientation Day of Service. In the afternoon visit with PACE to learn more about civic engagement at CMU at the PACE Reception.

CONNECT WITH US!

facebook  PACE (CMU)

email  Subscribe to PACE d-list

google calendar  PACE Events Calendar

bridge  PACE Bridge Page