When you get involved with an education-related club at Concordia, you open yourself up to all kinds of possibilities: connections with fellow Concordians who share your same interests, opportunities to practice and apply what you’ve learned in the classroom, and the chance to serve others in ways that match the unique skillsets you’ve been given. Check out some of the educators-focused student organizations you can look forward to joining at CUW, and visit our Clubs & Organizations page to see more offerings.

Early Childhood Education Society Club

The ECE Society Club is affiliated with the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The group meets three times a semester for fellowship, new information and to plan service projects and fundraisers. Past service efforts have included babysitting for faculty, collecting money to buy gifts for the needy, and helping at local ECE conferences.

Education Club

Concordia’s Education Club celebrates teaching in all of its various forms. It doesn't matter if you are Urban or Special, Lutheran, Christian or Public, Early Childhood or Elementary, or Secondary or K-12, this club is for any and all education majors. Events include craft nights, teacher-themed scavenger hunts, Cfut workshops, apple and pumpkin picking, and so much more. Be sure to join our Facebook page /CUWEducationClub to stay informed.

National Art Education Association

With Concordia’s chapter of the National Art Education Association, students are connected to a community of art educators that is tens of thousands of people strong. The group exists to advance visual arts education to fulfill human potential and promote global understanding. Concordia’s chapter hosts service events and participates in various other learning opportunities throughout the year.

Project Change

Started in 2015, Project Change partners with inner-Milwaukee schools in order to engage students who, statistically, face the most barriers to attending college. By connecting urban youth with CUW students who demonstrate a desire to mentor them, open dialogue, and form relationships, these at-risk youth will see that a college career is attainable with the right resources and support. Students in Project Change partner with other CUW groups to annually “adopt” a Milwaukee school, and then participate in a variety of engagement and service activities with students. Contact Professor Eugene Pitchford to learn more.