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ALL IN Student Voting Honor Roll!

NY Student Voting Honor Roll

  • Bard College – Sierra Ford
  • Cornell University – Elena Woo
  • Hobart and William Smith Colleges – Katelyn Oswalt
  • Hofstra University – Hamna Haque
  • Marist College – Sylvia Wysor
  • Pace University – Lauren Shelton
  • Rochester Institute of Technology – Myren Bobryk-Ozaki
  • SUNY: Stony Brook University – Sophie Beckman
  • Wagner College – Jacquline Guzman

PA Student Voting Honor Roll

  • Cedar Crest College – Noor Hussain
  • Community College of Philadelphia – Avery Lucas
  • Franklin & Marshall College – Liz Joslin
  • Juniata College – Brooks Richardson
  • Marywood University – Kelly Royer
  • Northampton Community College – Vincent Caminneci
  • University of Pennsylvania – Sarah Alkhafaji

Join us in congratulating @ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge’s 2024 Student Voting Honor Roll recipients!

These 137 incredible student leaders including 9 students from New York support nonpartisan voter engagement efforts on campuses nationwide! Check out the full list of honorees:

#AllInAwards #AllInToVote

Honoring the legacy of
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Through funding from AmeriCorps and in collaboration with the Partnership Alliance, PCCE was able to award $17,500 to seven partner campuses:

  • Bard College
  • Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  • Juniata College
  • Siena College
  • Slippery Rock University
  • SUNY Delhi
  • SUNY Oswego

The MLK Choir performing at Hobart & William Smith Colleges

Volunteers at Juniata College MLK Service event

Featured News

PCCE is excited to announce that we have 18 AmeriCorps VISTA members joining our 24-25 cohort! Our projects span across New York and Pennsylvania! PCCE hosted a 3 day orientation for the 24-25 VISTA Cohort at Gettysburg College, June 24th through the 26th. Welcome VISTAs!!!

PCCE Staff!!

Civic imagination grants

The purpose of Civic Imagination Scholarships is designed to support community-based organizations and higher ed institutions working together in New York & Pennsylvania whether by proximity or interest in similar topics to address common issues. This scholarship program is open to students who have innovative ideas for addressing local civic problems, either on campus or in the local community. Our goal is to create a diverse cohort of creative student civic leaders from across New York and Pennsylvania who are inspired to strengthen our democracy through civic and community engagement.

Communities Of Practice

PCCE’s Communities of Practice gather civic and community engagement professionals – in and outside of higher education – to create a learning community where community is emphasized equally with learning. Our CoPs are grounded in relationships and community building, as well as learning and practice.


Learn more about our CoPs here!

Civic Innovation Scholars Recipients


PCCE’s AmeriCorps VISTA program is organized to support our partners with developing or advancing the infrastructure of their campus-community partnerships. All PCCE partners are eligible to apply for an AmeriCorps VISTA project at a significantly reduced rate compared to the full cost-share of a VISTA member through AmeriCorps directly.

Learn more about PCCE’s AmeriCorps program here!