Local youth who are experiencing adversity are in need of support now more than ever.
The on-campus mentoring program for at-risk youth, Campus Connections, is now accepting applications for the Fall 2020 semester course HDFS 470A.
Liz Hicks experienced Campus Connections as a mother to youth in the program and as a mentor to a youth.
Colorado State University’s Campus Connections youth mentoring program has been named a regional winner of the 2019 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
The Campus Connections program was recently recognized with the CSU Distinguished Community Engagement Scholarship Award, jointly presented by CSU’s Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President and Office of Engagement.
Erika Solis, a recent CSU graduate, credits much of her success and confidence in her career to her involvement in CSU’s Campus Connections program, which will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary this year.
CJ Porter became part of Campus Connections as a freshman at CSU and has gone on to create a widespread impact on our community.
Each year, Campus Connections engages approximately 250 youth and 300 CSU students. For alumna Caley Follmer, it was one of the best experiences of her college career.
The on-campus mentoring program for at-risk youth, Campus Connections, is now accepting applications for the Fall 2019 semester course HDFS 470A.