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At Emory & Henry, we believe that everyone has the abilities and skills to make a difference in the world–and you don’t have to wait until you graduate to start.
Emory & Henry College believes all persons have the potential to make a difference, and every place has the potential to be safe, healthy, and inclusive for all members of the community.
Our Students Make Our Communities Stronger
Every year, nearly 90% of E&H students go to work using their gifts and talents, putting their dreams for a better world into action by finding solutions to real problems. From service-learning components of courses, to ongoing long-term community-based projects to internships and volunteer work, you can participate in building strong communities from your first day on campus.
Helping the Region
From tutoring elementary school students to stocking food pantries and thrift stores, Emory & Henry students work on real problems in the surrounding communities.
Explore the map below and see where our students are making a difference.
Stories of Service
Kara Stewart ’20, is a Bonner Scholar who spent her summer as an intern for Highlands Fellowship in their NextGen ministry. Keep reading
Palmer is researching the prejudice between Dominicans and Haitians and defining racism in population where white European descent is a minority. Keep reading