Georgia State University is one of 300 campuses across the nation that has accepted the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge.
Civic Engagement is calling upon the student body, campus departments and Atlanta’s nonprofit leaders (both secular and faith based) to help improve interfaith cooperation and work towards resolving Atlanta’s social dilemmas. While all of the problems that Atlanta faces cannot be solved, it is possible to make a dent where it counts and help empower others to make a difference.
What are the issues?
Civic Engagement is working with secular, faith and service based student organizations to address human trafficking, domestic poverty, education inequality and environmental issues in the city.
Want to get involved?
Join your fellow Panthers, Civic Engagement and its community partners for coffee talks, service projects and educational programs throughout the semester. Event information is available on the Civic Engagement calendar, the Civic Engagement portal of OrgSync and the Georgia State calendar.
To learn more about participation in the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge as well as efforts to unite Atlanta under the Charter of Compassion, contact Lovell Lemons at 404-413-1553.