Poverty Solutions Certificate

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People participate in a poverty simulation hosted by Poverty Solutions and the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice in February 2019.

In partnership with the Community Action and Social Change (CASC) minor program, based out of the School of Social Work, Poverty Solutions offers a certificate program. This certificate allows CASC students to focus on poverty alleviation and prevention within this social justice-focused, interdisciplinary minor. It also provides students with several opportunities to connect with Poverty Solutions through social events, research opportunities, and mentorship. Learn more.

The CASC minor, which currently has 250 undergraduate students enrolled each year, is flexibly designed for all undergraduate students to build skills and knowledge to enact social change.

Poverty Solutions Certificate Approved Courses

For students enrolled in the certificate program:

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Log your event attendance (Google form) (PDF form)