The Office of Civic Engagement advises ten 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 a leadership opportunity with the following organizations, please contact the advisor listed for each student group:
Lovell Lemons (email@example.com)
- Panther Breakaway
- Global Peace Youth Corps
- Circle K
- Red Cross Club
- Habitat for Humanity
Jennifer Bodnar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Colleges Against Cancer
- Panther Breakaway
- Clothe Your Neighbor as Yourself
- Hands On Atlanta
Shari Baskin (email@example.com)
- Big Brother Big Sister
- Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Sorority, Inc.
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 an opportunity for service, developing or enhancing leadership skills, and establishing fellowship.
See below for more details on our student organizations!
CAC works through many different channels to eliminate cancer: advocacy, cancer education programs, Relay For Life, and survivorship. Whether it is writing letters to Congressmen, organizing a Relay For Life, or teaching students about preventing cancer, the program enables college students to battle cancer.
This student group works with non-profit organizations to help build homes for those in need.
Panther Breakaway places groups of Georgia State University students in communities across the Southeast States to engage in service and experiential learning during their spring or winter break. Students perform short-term, meaningful projects and strive to address social issues such as literacy, poverty, racism, hunger, homelessness and environmental awareness. Panther Breakaway students have the chance to become active citizens striving to make a difference in the lives of others and solve community problems.
Instead of partying their break away, students help build strong communities, touch the lives of those in need and form new relationships. The impact of the experience can serve as a catalyst for a life-long commitment to active citizenship. Most students will continue to engage in thoughtful action as they recognize and become more aware of social issues beyond the break.