Community Engagement Day

SAVE THE DATE: Community Engagement Day 2017 is happening on and around Thursday, September 28th!

Community Engagement Day (CED) is an annual project at SEDE that aims to recognize and be a spark for new efforts connecting McGill to Montréal neighbourhoods, groups and social purpose organizations. CED is meant to serve as an entry point, celebration, and resource for a broader culture of community engagement at McGill.  

Between 30 to 40 group volunteer activities will occur on campus and around the city over a period of two to three days. These activities highlight some form of collaboration between the University and a Montréal community organization. Students, staff, faculty and alumni are encouraged to participate in these activities and the facilitated discussions that immediately follow. Through action and reflection, CED participants learn about diverse societal issues being addresed by our Montréal communities while doing something to support the work being done during CED and hopefully beyond the event. Activities address immediate community needs and take the form of public discussions, walking tours, urban gardening, workshops, clean-ups, and more.

How to participate in CED:

Expand and share your knowledge at the CED Resources Hub

A curated hub of academic research, videos, toolkits, podcasts, blogs, etc. on various issues impacting our communities and the groups at McGill and around Montréal who address them through direct action, education, advocacy and more. If you would like to submit suggestions for the Resources Hub, please email the cedcomms.sede [at] (subject: CED%20Resources%20Hub) (CED Communications Coordinator)!

More Information


ced.sede [at] (Monika Barbe) - CED2017 Program Coordinator

cedcomm.sede [at] (Helen Ogundeji) - CED2017 Communications Coordinator

Office Tel: 514-398-3745

Visit:   Community Engagement Day's Official Website 


cedcomms.sede [at] (subject: CED%20Listserv) (Request to join CED listserv!Request to join CED listserv!)




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