Welcome to Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement (SLICE)

Our purpose is to encourage a sense of belonging, identity exploration, and promote positive social change within individual communities, the university and beyond.

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Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement (SLICE) actively serves the CWU community by developing opportunities that cultivate individual and collective engagement within leadership, civic engagement, Campus Activities, student governance, and campus club experiences.

Who We Are

Learn more about Who We Are at Central and how SLICE contributes to our community.

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Read about Scholarships for students who are involved in community service.

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Serve Our Community

Find information about how we Serve Our Community at Central and learn about volunteer opportunities.

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Events and Workshops

Read about all of the Events and Workshops offered by SLICE.

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Wildcat Leadership Academy

Read about the Wildcat Leadership Academy and how you can get your certificate.

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Cat Camp

Read about Cat Camp and review our schedule.

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Leadership Library

Review the Leadership Library with the CLCE.

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Traditions Keeper

Learn about what a traditions keeper is and how it helps wildcats become part of the history of CWU.

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Endowments and Stakeholders

Learn about various opportunities to make CWU a successful learning environment.

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SES Evening of Recognition

Read about the SES Evening of Recognition and the different awards.

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SLICE is a fairly new name on the CWU campus and is the result of a wonderful merging of the Center for Leadership & Community Engagement, the Inter Club Association, Campus Activities, and ASCWU Student Government. Our service to students remain the same even though our department has evolved!

We believe that ordinary people can make an extraordinary difference.

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