The Community Research Platform (CRP) is a collaborative initiative between the Faculty of Social Sciences and five local community organizations (listed on their website). The CRP works to foster and advance research that is mutually beneficial and contributes to social impact.
The CRP has just launched a new Community Engaged Research Graduate Student Internship Program. The CER Graduate Student Internship Program provides opportunities for MA and PhD students to work with CRP partner organizations on research projects that support organizational needs and priorities and have tangible benefits for communities.
Beginning in January, Alexe will be working with Centre  for Artistic and Social Practice and Stephanie will be working with the YWCA.
Congratulations Alexe and Stephanie!