Food for Your Thoughts Lunch-n-Learn: EDUCATION INEQUALITY
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT)
Impact GSU and the Atlanta community alongside your brothers and sisters of different cultures and faiths!! Calling students of all cultures and faiths to join us as we explore and tackle Atlanta’s social justice issues – sex trafficking, homelessness, education inequality, and environmental sustainability!
The Office of Civic Engagement is proud to sponsor the Interfaith Campus and Community Service Challenge, and invites you to join us for a series of panel discussions and dessert hours featuring nonprofit leaders, scholars, and diverse student orgs like Hillel, Intervarsity, Baptist Campus Ministry, Manumission, Outlet College Ministry, and more!
This is the first of the series and will feature Bryan K. Murray of the Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence, Tolton Pace of Agape Community Center, Eric Giles of Teach for America, and Angharad Chester-Jones of La Amistad Friendship. Come learn about the contributing factors of Education Inequality and explore solutions to this community issue.
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Office of Civic Engagement, Georgia State University
Welcome to the Office of Civic Engagement! Our focus is on connecting students, staff, and faculty with meaningful community involvement. Let us help you explore the possibilities!
You can sign up for most of the service projects coordinated by our office staff on this page. We'll add more as volunteer opportunities arise, so check back with us from time to time for updates!