Center for Social Justice, Georgetown University

The Center for Social Justice, first formed in 2001, aims to promote and integrate community-based research, teaching and service by collaborating with diverse partners and communities. Key programs include a program that recruits an estimated 150 Georgetown students each semester to spend four to six hours a week teaching immigrant students in DC public schools English and other subjects, designing courses that build in opportunities for direct or indirect service in the local community as part of the curriculum, and support for community-based research projects.

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