Community Engagement Fellows

The Davis Center Community Engagement Fellows

Introducing: DC Community Engagement Fellows

The DC Community Engagement Fellows are a Davis Center-trained,
peer-to-peer diversity education and mentoring group. The DC
Community Engagement Fellows work closely with the DC staff and
are part of the Davis Center’s effort to provide education for the
campus on issues of identity, power, and privilege in order to build a
more inclusive community.

Trained extensively by Davis Center Staff, Community Engagement
Fellows are available to co-facilitate workshops on issues of identity,
power, and privilege for groups at Williams.

Interested in bringing the CEF’s to talk to your entry, team, student organization, neighborhood, dorm, or another group either formal or informal? These workshops
are not intended to take the place of conflict resolution in fraught spaces.

Check out the available workshops and submit a request form!

DC CEF’s also hold office hours to talk with individuals or small
groups.

In the past, students have requested office hours with a CEF,
to discuss:

 Friends or a group is experiencing tension because of issues around
race/ethnicity.
 Someone’s friend sent them an inappropriate and discriminatory
meme, and they want to know how to talk to their friend about this
issue.

 Students want their student group or organization to be more
inclusive so that members stop dropping out of the group from
social discomfort.
 Someone is struggling with coming out to their friends.
 Someone wants to know how to best be an ally
 And many more!

Check out the DC CEF’s office hours and sign up!