Civic Engagement has named Treshaun Hill as the Student of the Month for the month of September. Treshaun has spent his undergraduate career tirelessly investing in the Georgia State community. He demonstrates leadership, perseverance and commitment through his many volunteer positions.
As the President of the Big Brother Big Sister Georgia State University charter, Treshaun… more »
Students who are looking for an opportunity to volunteer and learn about a social issue over winter or spring break should consider the Panther Breakaway program. Panther Breakaway, Georgia State’s alternative break program, is offering nine unique trips this year throughout the southeast on a variety of different social issues.
When one thinks about community service projects, oftentimes images of feeding the homeless or picking up litter come to mind. But sometimes an idea for a service project comes along that encourages us to zoom out and take a universal look at what community service means and how it affects us.
Civic Engagement would like to proudly recognize our students who graduated in the spring of 2016. Civic Engagement predicts bright futures for each of them and wishes them the best of luck post-graduation. Their laughs, hard work, dedication and smiles will be missed but certainly not forgotten.
Jirmiah Leverette served as a graduate assistant… more »
In today’s employment climate, more employers are emphasizing the importance of community engagement and internships in securing a career or lucrative job opportunity. Civic Engagement, in partnership with University Career Services, will offer a unique career opportunity to Georgia State University students by hosting the annual Nonprofit Volunteer and… more »
Welcome back Panthers! Last year proved to be a successful and exciting year for Civic Engagement, and staff hope to bring last year’s momentum into 2016.
Last semester, Civic Engagement embarked on Panther Breakaway alternative breaks domestic trips at the end of the fall semester. Participants traveled to Birmingham, Ala. to address race relations,… more »
Civic Engagement proudly recognizes our Fall 2015 graduate, Hala Abdullahi, who will be accepting her degree this December. We predict a bright future for Hala as she embarks on her post-college career.
Hala Abdullahi, an accounting major, transferred from Georgia Perimeter College to Georgia State University in the Fall of 2013.
Civic Engagement proudly supports 11 Alive News Station’s 33rd Annual Can-A-Thon on December 4, 2015. Civic Engagement, in collaboration with Alumni, Athletics, Dining Services, Facilities, Housing, Greek Life and Spotlight, is working to encourage all the departments at Georgia State University to start collecting can goods in order to make a significant food donation to… more »
Panther Breakaway, a Georgia State University student organization advised by Civic Engagement, will be leading a service trip to Costa Rica during the 2016 spring break as part of their international service initiative.
Last year, a group of eight students and two staff from Georgia State visited the El Guayabo primary school in Santa… more »
Civic Engagement proudly acknowledges Kibrten Hailu, a health informatics major, in our volunteer spotlight. Kibrten has been working as a federal work study student (community service component) since her freshman year at Georgia State University. She is currently employed with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Kibrten originally began her college career as… more »