Center for Sustainable Communities and Civic Engagement

Our Center for Sustainable Communities and Civic Engagement has as its mission to partner Daemen College and its students with communities in order to promote civic responsibility that leads to communities that are healthy, safe and vital, and that will remain so for future generations.

The Center offers internships with community based organizations, businesses and government entities whose goal is to develop active, livable neighborhoods in the City of Buffalo. Student interns learn new approaches for solving problems and can take those solutions with them to the next community they serve. Interns may be teaching children study skills for success in school, teaching techniques for securing government services, or assisting in the management of community organizations. Students in all majors are encouraged to participate!

The Center is supported by funding from the John R. Oishei Foundation, Providence Foundation, KeyBank and the Office of Sustainable Development and Intergovernmental Affairs, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

For more information, Click Here for the CSCCE home page.

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That’s the best way to really get a feel for what Daemen is all about! Daemen is located in suburban Amherst, New York just minutes away from the city of Buffalo. To schedule a weekday individual interview and tour the campus, email us admissions@daemen.edu or call 800.462.7652.

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Wow! Did you know business students have endless opportunities for internships?

Our Business students interned at all sorts of companies, from M & T Bank and Fisher Price to New Era Caps and the Buffalo Sabres.

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Student Profiles

Eric - History & Government

Eric - History and Government

History and Government

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"I am currently working at the Smithsonian Museum of American History working on a photographic collection and learning more about D.C.'s past.”

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Founders Walkway
Paving the path to Rosary Hall, the walkway allows donors to permanently inscribe a brick memorializing a special loved one, occasion or dedication.