Since its earliest days, the Christopherson Center has made student engagement a centerpiece of our work as a way to continue Susan's legacy as an educator and researcher.
Our student interns -- undergraduates, graduate and PhD students -- play a critical role in advancing our young organization. They bring their considerable skills and their commitment to support communities to achieve sustainable, equitable futures that bring economic benefit to all.
Your donation enables the Christopherson Center to pay students a living wage, continue to expand the intern program and support related operations. As the Christopherson Center continues to grow, so will our internship program. Additional funding allows us to employ students year round, providing consistency and continuity to the Christopherson Center and our community partners and programs.
Although our roots are in the City and Regional Planning Department at Cornell University, our organization relies on funding from individual donors, foundations and agencies. We are always deeply appreciative of your support.
The Susan Christopherson Center for Community Planning is a project of the Center for Transformative Action, a registered 501(c)3 organization.