Mission of CEOE
The mission of the Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement is to establish and participate in K-12 programs with underrepresented students, schools and communities, by strategically expanding and strengthening Auburn University’s engagement with public, government and non-profit organizations in alignment with our purpose. CEOE's areas of K-12 focus include academic enrichment, development of college-going and career-centered aspirations and attainment, and global/cultural communication skill enhancement to impact underrepresented communities in Alabama and beyond.
News & Events
Auburn University’s Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement (CEOE) has launched Culture Bump©: Learn to Connect Beyond Differences, a new mobile device app fostering cross-cultural understanding.
Golf. My Future. My Game is a non-profit organization designed to introduce underrepresented youth to both the game of golf and career opportunities in the $80 billion-dollar golf industry. CEOE provides Culture Bump © cross-cultural communication seminars to all participants of the GMFMG organization.
CEOE provides Culture Bump© training to students to enhance cross-cultural communication skills necessary to connect to anyone. Students learning the sport and industry of golf through the non-profit Golf. My Future. My Game. are provided Culture Bump© training to enhance their transition to the golfing world.
Last Updated: October 15, 2019