• Experiential learning
    Experiential learning, deep reflection and practical skills create change agents for life.
Cupertino - San Jose

Cupertino – San Jose

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Minneapolis - St. Paul

Minneapolis – St. Paul

Mississippi

Mississippi

New York

New York

Philadelphia - WCU

Philadelphia – WCU

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City

Southeast Michigan

Southeast Michigan

Our Vision

We envision a multi-ethnic, multi-racial, equitable, and sustainable society where justice triumphs over exploitation.  Toward achieving a just, humane and healthy world, we are expanding community change education for all. 

Student Stories

  • Review of ‘Preparing to Win’ by Longtime Organizer James Mumm

    The book goes to the “very heart of what it means to be an organizer in the 21st century,” writes Mumm.

    In a recent post published on Medium, James Mumm, former campaign director of Greenpeace USA, and a longtime community organizer and activist, reviewed “Preparing to Win: Developing Community Leaders, Organizers and Allies” — a book authored by […]

  • Job Announcement: CLP Communications Associate

    About the Community Learning Partnership (CLP) 

    The Community Learning Partnership is a national network of community change studies  certificate and degree programs – based at community colleges and public four-year  universities. These dynamic programs partner with social justice organizations and community  leaders to prepare low-income students and students of color to become community organizers and […]

  • California Youth Leadership Corps & Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Announce $1 Million Jobs Initiative for Low-Income Youth

    The partnership will create “learn and earn” career pathways at two Los Angeles area community colleges within rapidly expanding economic sectors: public health and clean energy

    Today, the California Youth Leadership Corps (CYLC) and the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation announced a new partnership to develop and launch two new community college career pathway programs for […]