The Landis Center’s Civic Leadership branch provides leadership opportunities to students who seek to expand their knowledge, understanding, and skills within civic engagement and active citizenship. The teams which comprise the Civic Leadership branch offer multiple volunteer opportunities for Lafayette students to engage with our local Easton community partners. 

Volunteer opportunities are categorized into three types of community engagement programs: event-based, immersive, and recurring. Leadership opportunities can be found in each program category and span the full academic year.


Volunteer Opportunities

Leadership Information

The Landis Center for Community Engagement believes in building leaders who are devoted to active citizenship and social advocacy. The Landis Models of Engagement aim to foster growth in these areas while simultaneously building awareness of important social issues. If you are looking to develop your leadership skills and want to connect further to your local Easton community, Landis is the place for you.

Civic Leadership In Action