The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) is located in Schulz Hallat Sonoma State University, 1801 East Cotati Avenue, Rohnert Park, CA 94928.
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 Claudia Sisomphou and I am a sophomore this year at SSU. I am an Environmental Studies and Planning major with a focus in Planning, and I'm also minoring in Computer Science. I hope to one day combine my passion for the environment with my interest in politics to improve the way we as a country view and treat each other and the earth. I am the Activist in Residence for the CCE and my job is to create and implement projects that will engage students in the topics of sustainability and diversity.
Hi! My name is Ashley Simon and I am currently a Junior here at Sonoma State University. I double major in Sociology and Women's and Gender Studies with and Minor in American Multicultural Studies. I wish to someday work in education with underserved and underrepresented high school students and push for service-learning in their schools. My job at the CCE is to help maintain our blog, the Social Media @ SSU page, and the CCE's Prezi's channel.
Hi, my name is Alexis Simpson and I'm a junior majoring in Communications. At the CCE I handle the Events and Job Listings Twitter handles. I also post job openings to our Linkedin group.
My name is Derek Warren, and I'm a senior majoring in Computer Science. I handle anything tech-related, including the website, the blog, and Google Analytics.
Hi there! My name is Maddie Wright and I am a sophomore majoring in Political Science. I hope to someday use my passion for helping others by working in local or state government where I can improve the lives of everyone. At the CCE I create our student, faculty, and agency newsletter emails.
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