How will you connect?
At the Appalachian Center for Civic Life, we believe you have the skills, knowledge, and understanding to be an active and engaged citizen of this place and to make a meaningful difference in the community. Check out the project opportunities below or stop by and see us to learn how you can connect your passions to civic engagement!
Intentional Break Program
The Intentional Break Program at Emory & Henry College gives students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to travel regionally and nationally over fall and spring break to:
- engage in community-identified service
- immerse themselves into another culture
- live simply and grow in relationships
- learn about and consider solutions to broader social issues
Join us for Intentional Fall Break ’23 at Hungry Mother State Park
Dates: October 5-8 2023
Reach out to Leah Wilson for more information.
Ongoing Civic Engagement Projects
Want to make a difference while at Emory & Henry? Get Involved in any of the projects below.
Civic Leader Scholars
Civic Leader Scholars is a student organization that anyone is welcome to join. Civic Leader Scholars work to raise awareness about social issues on campus by planning and carrying out lyceum events and civic engagement projects, all while designing reflection activities that give participants the opportunity to connect what their learning and doing with long-term solutions to social problems.
Connect with us:
Do you have an idea for a different project? All ideas are welcome! Contact Leah Wilson, Coordinator of Civic Life - email@example.com