The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) is located in Schulz Hallat Sonoma State University, 1801 East Cotati Avenue, Rohnert Park, CA 94928.
In an effort to make it easier to meet face-to-face with agencies, Merith Weisman works the second Tuesday of each month at the SoCo Nexus.There is plenty of parking there so please stop by! Please email to confirm or check the calendar to make sure there haven't been schedule changes. Thanks to the School of Business & Economicsfor hosting the CCE!
The CCE is open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Phone: (707) 664 - 3202
Fax: (707) 664 - 4060
The CCE Staff
Coordinator of the Center for Community Engagement
Phone: (707) 664 - 3202
Associate Vice Provost for Academic Programs and overseeing administrator of the CCE
Phone: (707) 664 - 2215
Student Assistants of the CCE
Hi, my name is Annelise Dohrer and I am a junior at Sonoma State University. I am majoring in Environmental Studies and Planning with a concentration in city planning. This is my first year working at the Center for Community engagement and I love it so far. My job includes writing and editing blog posts on wordpress as well as working with the other student assistants to manage our multiple social media websites including twitter, facebook, linkedin, and youtube. I like working at the CCE beacuse we work to bring faculty, students and the community together in a way that benefits everyone involved.
My name is Domonique Jimerson. I am from Riverside California. I like working for the CCE because it gives me hands on experience for working with nonprofits which is something I'd like to do in the future.
I am a Junior at SSU, double majoring in classical piano performance and computer science. My hometown is Stockton, California, where I live with my mom and three brothers. I am the computer tech assistant in the CCE office. I truly enjoy my job because I am able to simultaneously use both programming and creativity skills. I am a member of FAASSU (Filipino American Association at Sonoma State University) and Blue Baronz Dance Crew on campus.
My name is Ashley Simon and I am from Santa Rosa, California. I am a sophomore at Sonoma State University majoring in Sociology. I like working at the Center for Community Engagement because it gives me experience communicating through social media outlets and collaborating with community partners and faculty to address their needs.
Past Faculty Fellows
As an OCBL Faculty Fellow, Sarah Dove developed community partnerships.
Phone: (707) 664-2347
As an OCBL Faculty Fellow, Geri has developed a resource guide for faculty members and retention, tenure, and promotion (RTP) committees on how to present and evaluate service-learning in RTP reviews.
Phone: (707) 664-2365
In his work as OCBL Faculty Fellow, Tim Wandling is designing a community action minor, drawing from an interdisciplinary mix of existing SSU courses, leadership programs, and similar minor program models from other universities.
Phone: (707) 664-2796