Community Engagement

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Serving the public, whether around Long Beach or around the globe, is part of the mission at Cal State Long Beach. Students, faculty and staff spend hours volunteering, serving internships and other activities, many of which are coordinated through the Center for Community Engagement or other campus programs. Here are a few ways the campus reaches out.

CHILDREN’S SUMMER CAMPS

Young scientists, writers, artists and athletes can find a variety of summer day camps at CSULB. In addition, Camp Nugget provides activities for children ages 5-12 with special needs or disabilities. 

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CENTER FOR LATINO COMMUNITY HEALTH

The Center focuses on optimizing community health worker models such as nutrition, HIV/AIDS prevention, obesity prevention, youth empowerment, nutrition education, perinatal and maternal child health and Latino educational success.

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THE COMMUNITY CLINIC FOR COUNSELING AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

The Community Clinic for Counseling and Educational Services (formerly Educational Psychology Clinic) offer affordable counseling, academic intervention and psychoeducational assessment services for members of the community. The Clinic, which has been operating for more than 40 years, also provides comprehensive educational and psychological services and serves as a training site for the School Psychology, Marriage, Family Therapists and Mathematics Education master’s degree programs at CSULB

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HEALTHY BODIES AND MINDS

LifeFit Center@The Beach offers classes and workshops in its well-equipped facilities on campus with the goal of improving body, mind and spirit for any community member over the age of 49.

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Community members needing physical therapy can obtain treatment through the university’s PT@The Beach.

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The Speech-Language Pathology Department’s clinic serves children and adults who have speech-related disorders.

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SCIENCE LEARNING CENTER

The Science Learning Center provides a space that supports learning through first-hand interactions, as well as unique learning experiences for elementary and middle school-aged students in local communities. The SLC encourages questioning and hands-on investigation through exhibits and activities, and supports STEM awareness and interest, to inform and support local science education.

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