The UCSD Community and Labor Project is the only university-affiliated center of its kind in the San Diego region. Only at the Community and Labor Project will you find janitors discussing work conditions, STEM students supporting environmental health concerns in the community, and youth of color leaders mobilizing for social justice —all under one roof. The Community and Labor Project is truly a place that brings the university to the public and inspires a new generation of activists and leaders. Get involved!
Apply for a grad student fellowship
Every summer, the UCSD Community and Labor Project places graduate students into paid research fellowships with unions and social justice organizations in San Diego. Read about fellowship program.
Take a CLP recommended class
For UCSD students, the UCSD Faculty Advisors and Affiliated Departments offer exciting classes each semester that delve into labor and social justice issues. Take a CLP recommended course.
Keep in Touch!
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Like the UCSD Community and Labor Project on Facebook.
All UCSD Community and Labor Project initiatives are committed to building deep partnerships and collaborations with community organizations and unions. Reach out to staff members from individual projects to discuss the possibilities.
Help support the next generation of worker and social justice.