Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO)
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Children & Youth
Location: 5912 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15206 USA
The CCO is a campus ministry that partners with churches, colleges and other organizations to develop men and women who live out their Christian faith in all areas of life.
Results: a quarter of a million students touched
Target demographics: college students in the Mid-Atlantic region
Direct beneficiaries per year: 8300
Geographic areas served: Ohio, Pennysylvania, New York, West Virginia, New Jersey, Washington DC
Programs: "The university is a clear-cut fulcrum with which to move the world. Change the university and you change the world," Dr. Charles Malik, former UN President. In 20 years, a CMU student could be your governor, an Allegheny College student could be your doctor, and a Pitt student could be your child’s teacher. Today's college students are tomorrow's leaders. Our mission is transforming college students to transform the world. College students face many choices and easy access to negative distractions. Most teenagers are unlikely to attend church on entering college. And despite searching for meaning and purpose in life, they have few opportunities to do so. Through leadership development and service, 226 CCO staff give students on 83 campuses a vision to impact the world. They provide opportunities for students to serve locally and globally. They work with churches, colleges and organizations to develop men and women who will be leaders of faith in all areas of society.
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The CCO breeds a culture of compassion, inquiry, and professional excellence in everything they do...and all they do seeks to transform the lives of college students at hundreds of schools by introducing them to the authentic, radical character and love of Christ. This is not about "Sunday Christianity" or conservative dogma, this is about changing lives, career decisions, families and generations so that this world can be what it was created to be. A world of mercy and justice.
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colleagues and friends who are passionately working to improve our region and the world in Christ's name.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
incredible people who are exceptionally trained using the latest is leadership theory, scholarship and technology.
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