Thank you for your interest in getting involved in the Center for Transformative Action. We have many ways to be involved. Please read on:
- Become a Project Partner. Are you starting an organization geared toward social change? Our project partners enjoy fiscal sponsorship under the non-profit umbrella of CTA. Click here for more information about becoming a project partner.
- Invest. Click here to donate to CTA and/or one of our Projects.
- Volunteer. There are many ways to volunteer with CTA, such as helping plan and publicize our events, working in the office, fundraising and more. For more information about volunteering with CTA, please contact Anke Wessels.
- Newsletter. Sign up to receive our monthly e-news through Constant Contact. You can also read past issues here.
- Join our Board. In addition to its support and governance of the entire organization, our board plays an active role in selecting new project partners and engages with the exciting work of fostering Transformative Action in our local communities, at Cornell, and statewide. For more information, contact John Suter, CTA board president, via email or (607) 272-0576.
- Join the CTA Advisory Council on Transformative Action and Social Entrepreneurship. The Advisory Council is comprised of Cornell alumni who are accomplished in the fields of social change and social entrepreneurship. The board helps develop and advocate for CTA’s vision, and provides high-level, expert guidance. Contact CTA Executive Director Anke Wessels at 607-255-5027 or via email.
- CTA Social Entrepreneur Mentorship Program. The Mentorship Program aims to empower new change makers at Cornell University. In this new and exciting era, where social entrepreneurship is gaining traction at universities across the country, the potential to inspire students to become future social innovators and change makers is great. We aim to match students who have a passion for effecting positive social change in the world with alumni who have made a social impact. The alumni can empower the students by providing them with valuable insight, advice and professional guidance so that they can pursue their dreams and develop their own social enterprises. Contact Anke Wessels at 607-255-5027 or via email.