The work of the Center for Social Justice (CSJ) is greatly supported by Georgetown's committed faculty and staff. Faculty and staff serve as speakers, trainers, and mentors for CSJ programs and teach courses that deeply engage students into issues of social justice and within DC's diverse communities. CSJ supports faculty and staff on their community-based research and in introducing them to community partners.
CSJ Fellowship Opportunity
Fellows serve on a 3-year term, receive a small stipend annually, and represent CSJ or assist CSJ in its activities in various ways appropriate to their expertise. Faculty interested in serving as a CSJ Faculty Fellow are invited to contact CSJ’s Executive Director, Dr. Andria Wisler.
Meet our current CSJ Faculty Fellows.
Staff interested in serving as a CSJ Staff Fellow are invited to contact CSJ’s Executive Director, Dr. Andria Wisler.
Meet our current CSJ Staff Fellows.
CSJ is committed to supporting faculty conducting social justice and community-based research. CSJ can assist faculty in locating appropriate community partners for collaboration. CSJ's own programs also offer potential for faculty interested in conducting research broadly on civic engagement, student attitudes towards social justice issues or literacy interventions, among other inquiries. Interested faculty should contact CSJ's Executive Director, Dr. Andria Wisler.
Community-based Learning (CBL) is an academic course-based pedagogy that involves student work with disadvantaged and underserved individuals or groups, or organizations working with and for disadvantaged and underserved individuals or groups. There are approximately 40 undergraduate CBL courses during the academic year offered at Georgetown. CSJ supports the administration of CBL as well as works closely with faculty who wish to implement CBL into new or existing courses. To schedule a meeting, contact CSJ’s Associate Director, Mission Curricular Integration, Amanda Munroe.
CSJ team members welcome the opportunity to meet with faculty and staff across the University to discuss ways in which social justice themes, speakers and inquiries can be infused into a wide spectrum of courses and programs. CSJ offers pedagogical, assessment and content-based resources as well as provides introductions to appropriate social justice speakers and partners, locally and globally. To schedule a meeting, contact CSJ’s Associate Director, Mission Curricular Integration, Amanda Munroe.
The Georgetown Assistance Program (GAP) seeks your help with social justice and volunteer programs during Spring Break, exam periods, and other times when students are not on campus. CSJ needs faculty, staff, and alumni assistance during these times so that the populations with which we work can continue to receive services and remain engaged in impactful programming even when our student volunteers are away. CSJ has two opportunities available with a wide range of time options, seven days a week.
There are many opportunities to volunteer and serve in the greater Washington, DC area. Visit our Opportunities in DC page to access several search engines that match volunteers with local non-profit organizations based on area of interest.
Complete the Postgrad Service Faculty & Staff Interest Form, help Hoyas explore postgrad service opportunities by volunteering to be available to share your experiences with them. This is part of the work of Georgetown University's Service Work Advisory Group (SWAG) to better support students in their postgraduate service discernment. Please contact CSJ's DC Mission Integration Coordinator, Melissa Bernard.