Sherry Bell and Renato M. Liboro (Psychology) published their article, "Training To Be A Community Psychologist In The Age Of a Digital Revolution," in the Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-Engaged Research, Teaching, and Learning. This article reflects on pedagogy and curricula that have shaped the field of community psychology, and reviews the history of the training of community psychologists since the field’s inception in the United States. It also examines relevant academic literature documenting how digital technologies in the 21st century have been successfully used in community-based participatory research (CBPR) studies conducted by community psychologists to promote engaged scholarship, the field’s core values (e.g. sense of community, social justice, collaboration), and its commitment to social change. In the article's discussion, Bell and Liboro offer practical recommendations for community psychology undergraduate and graduate training programs to consider and implement so they can incorporate digital technologies into their programs and harness their potential to promote engaged scholarship, the field’s core values, and its commitment to social change.