Community Advocacy Project
About the Project
Our signature program, the GACBE Community Advocacy Project (CAP), helps students use academic and 21st-century skills to learn about and improve issues that impact their communities.
Students complete the project by first identifying issues that impact their communities and collecting quantitative and qualitative data on the issues. Then, students will develop, hypothesize, execute, and reflect on action plans to impact their areas of concern. Finally, students will be able to present their research and make a “call to action” to the greater community at the Annual GACBE Community Advocacy Project Expo.
Sign up for access to guidance and free resources that will help students successfully complete the project.
Registration for the Annual GACBE Community Advocacy Project Expo will become available in Spring 2024!