Volunteering & Service Learning

Volunteer Emory

Volunteer Emory (http://www.volunteer.emory.edu/) is your one-stop-shop for community service and social justice work. VE student staff members organize weekly service trips to local schools, nonprofits, and parks, as well as plan regional alternative fall and spring break trips. Volunteer Emory also collaborates with other student groups for large-scale service days both on and off campus. Whether you are looking for a one-time service event or for an ongoing social justice project, Volunteer Emory can connect you. Volunteer Emory is a program of the Office of Student Leadership and Service.

Engaged Scholarship and Learning at Emory

When students first arrive at Emory, they typically feel excited about the intellectual journey ahead but sometimes also feel a little anxious. They may be unsure about what to study, what careers to pursue, or even how to make sense of the world around them. Students may wonder how their classroom learning and scholarly studies relate to the real world or how their college education will prepare them for fulfilling lives once they graduate.

At Emory College, students can choose from a variety of classes, fellowships, internships, and service and research programs that place them in real-world settings, where they learn marketable skills while making valuable contributions to improving local, national, and even international communities. As engaged scholars students can explore career options, connect with diverse populations, and grow intellectually and emotionally.

Center for Community Partnerships (CFCP)

Created by the Office of the Provost in 2000, the Center for Community Partnerships (http://oucp.emory.edu/) is Emory's centralized resource for integrating teaching, research, and service to benefit the Atlanta community. Through academic courses, research programs, and service projects, CFCP connects community groups, organizations, and agencies to Emory faculty, staff, and students who can assist them in addressing a specific concern or need. CFCP also promotes scholarship in the public interest by mobilizing and focusing Emory's intellectual capital on issues of critical importance to the metro Atlanta region. For more information about these programs, visit the website or call 404.712.9893.

Emory Scholars Program

This program offers Emory Scholars a range of opportunities to connect scholarship with service, including summer internships, study abroad, and volunteer opportunities. Whether individually or in groups, scholars also can become involved in the metro Atlanta arts community by attending ticketed cultural events. Scholars may be reimbursed for a maximum of five events per semester, up to $20 per ticket.

For more information please visit the website or call 404.727.9297.

Center for Ethics

The Center For Ethics (http://ethics.emory.edu/) strives to ignite moral imagination, to deepen knowledge of ethics, and to encourage lives of moral meaning and ethical practice throughout the Emory community. The center frequently collaborates with campus organizations and University departments to host public events exploring pressing ethical issues.

Center for Science Education

The Center for Science Education (http://www.cse.emory.edu) connects students in the sciences with enriching opportunities to teach and mentor K-12 students about scientific concepts. By sharing their own love of the sciences through a series of problem-based learning exercises, Emory's emerging science scholars help nurture a new generation of scientists and mathematicians. The Center also offers career information for students and curriculum resources for instructors.

Learn about classes and summer programs at the website or call 404.712.9242.

Carter Center

The Carter Center (http://www.cartercenter.org/), in partnership with Emory, advances peace and health worldwide. Under the leadership of former President Jimmy Carter, a University Distinguished Professor, and Rosalynn Carter, the center brings to campus a wide range of international scholars and world leaders. The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum contains more than twenty-seven million documents, photographs, films, and mementos of the Carter Presidency.