Leadership Opportunities

Leadership Opportunities

The Office of Civic Engagement advises student organizations that focus on leadership in social service and civic engagement. Working with these organizations will provide you with an opportunity for service, developing or enhancing leadership skills and establishing fellowship.

If you are interested in opportunities with the following organizations, please contact the advisor listed for each student group and/or join the group through OrgSync.

Big Brother Big Sister at Georgia State University
The Big Brother Big Sister Georgia State University charter exists to inspire and nurture the community by creating and supporting meaningful one-on-one friendships between the children and volunteers of the program. Visit the Office of Civic Engagement to pick up a volunteer application.

Advisor: Alicia Bellezza-Watts, 404-413-1551

Circle K International
Circle K International is a service, leadership development, and friendship organization that is organized and sponsored by a Kiwanis club on a college or university campus. Regular meeting times and the application to join can be found through the Circle K International OrgSync page.

Advisor: Lovell Lemons, 404-413-1553

Global Peace Youth Corps
The Global Peace Youth Corps strives to educate young people to become future leaders with both moral and innovative capacity.

Advisor: Lovell Lemons, 404-413-1553

Habitat For Humanity at Georgia State University
The Habitat for Humanity at Georgia State University student group works with the non-profit organization Habitat for Humanity to help build homes for those in need.

Advisor: Lovell Lemons, 404-413-1553

Hands On Atlanta at Georgia State University
Hands on Atlanta at Georgia State University is a college affiliate of the national organization. Its purpose is to provide outreach to the community through civic engagement.

Advisor: Jennifer Bodnar, 404-413-1552

Men and Women of the Well
Men and Women of the Well Collegiate Ministry offers bible study, Sunday worship and community service opportunities.

Advisor: Lovell Lemons, 404-413-1553

Panther Breakaway
Panther Breakaway is part of the national Alternative Breaks program, which organizes community service trips for college students during their winter, spring and summer breaks. Details regarding the available trips are found on the Panther Breakaway webpage. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Advisor: Jennifer Bodnar, 404-413-1552

Red Cross Club
Guided by the fundamental principles of the American Red Cross, the Red Cross Club at Georgia State University will learn, practice, and exemplify humanitarian values through mission-related service projects.

Advisor: Alicia Bellezza-Watts, 404-413-1551

UNICEF
The purpose of UNICEF at Georgia State University is to raise awareness and support UNICEF’s work on children’s protection, survival and development all over the world through education, advocacy, and fundraising.

Advisor: Lovell Lemons, 404-413-1553