Afghan Civic Engagement Program (ACEP) was designed specifically for the new cohorts of Afghan students of NGA (2019 & 2020). ACEP was modeled on a highly successful Student Initiative Development Program (SIDP) (https://auca.kg/en/sts_sidp/). Similar to SIDP, the purpose of ACEP is to develop leadership potential and professional skills among students, supporting them in the implementation of their civic engagement initiatives through consultation, individual mentorship, and different pieces of training and workshops. ACEP aims to develop Civic Engagement Culture and increases the Sense of Agency among the Afghan community of AUCA since, as future leaders, they will have to deal with complex social problems.
This program is supported by the U.S. Embassy in Kabul.
ACEP follows the established paperwork and procedures of submission and evaluation of student project proposals that were developed under SIDP.
There are two important components within ACEP:
Executive Director at Center for Civic Engagement
Instructor at Television, Cinema and Media Arts Department
Assistant Professor and Head of Liberal Arts and Sciences Program
Instructor at Applied Geology Department
Assistant Professor at Applied Geology Department
Head of Environmental Sustainability and Climate Science Department
Student Initiative Development Program Coordinator
Afghan Civic Engagement Program
Phone: +996 (312) 915000 ext. 115