The Center for Community Engaged Learning congratulates Jai Kozar-Lewis on his selection for the Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellowship Program. Kozar-Lewis is pursuing a degree in Supply Chain Management. He is an MSU Community Engagement Scholar who has served the City of Lansing's Public Service Department on projects related to recycling, asset mapping, and neighborhood improvements. Jai is committed to issues of food insecurity and the impact it has on communities of color.

The Newman Civic Fellowship is a yearlong program that is reserved for students that display the utmost dedication to community and work towards positive change at and around their institutions. Through the fellowship Campus Compact hopes to create a network of engaged student leaders across the nation. Fellows are provided with resources and trainings designed to help them develop strategies for social change.

You can read more, including statements from Kozar-Lewis and Interim President Theresa Woodruff, on Campus compact's website and on MSU Today.