Servant Leadership Summer Offering 2013 Internships

Looking to make a difference this summer in your life as well as the lives of others?

The Servant Leadership Summer is a funded summer internship program that places qualified Emory University students in Atlanta-area nonprofits, government agencies, and socially responsible businesses. The program includes an orientation, weekly class sessions, projects, and 240 hours of work at your placement site (see below). Students receive a $4000 stipend.

All questions regarding the positions and the program are to be directed either to Chantel Smith (chantel.lashay.smith@emory.edu) or Edward Queen (equeen@emory.edu). Students are asked to not contact the organizations below directly.

  • Action Ministries
  • Alliance Theatre
  • Anti-Defamation League
  • Atlanta Harm Reduction Center
  • Atlanta Music Project
  • CARE
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Clarkston Community Center
  • Emory University Office of Sustainability Initiative
  • First Tee of Atlanta
  • Forever Family
  • Gaia Gardens
  • Gateway Center
  • Girls Rock Camp
  • Grant Park Conservancy
  • Junior League of Atlanta
  • Oakleaf Mennonite Farm
  • Park Pride
  • Sagal Radio
  • Southeastern Council of Foundations
  • The Atlanta Opera
  • Trees Atlanta
  • YWCA (Administrative)
  • YWCA (Marketing)
  • YWCA (Women In Transition)

Applications are due no later than 5:00 p.m. on March 8, 2013. Students will be informed of their acceptance no later than April 5th.

For details or more information, contact Chantel Smith (chantel.lashay.smith@emory.edu).

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Emory Named “Best Value College” by Princeton Review

The Princeton Review has named Emory University to its list of  “2013 Best Value Colleges.” The annual ranking identifies America’s top undergraduate schools that offer the best value based “on excellent academics, generous financial aid and cost of attendance.”

Princeton Review’s rankings of the 75 best value private schools and 75 public schools were published in USA Today on Feb. 5. Emory has been named a “Best Value” by The Princeton Review in 2012, 2011, 2009 and 2008.

Emory is consistently identified as a best value among private universities and colleges — those institutions that are both academically strong and affordable. The Princeton Review ranking comes on the heels of Emory’s ranking in October 2012 as the 15th “best value” out of 100 top private universities by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine.

Emory’s 15th place among the 100 top private universities that exemplify excellent academics while keeping costs to a minimum reflects its long-standing commitment to provide access to its baccalaureate degree programs for well-qualified students across the full range of socioeconomic backgrounds. Kiplinger’s has annually cited Emory as a “best value” since 2007.

 

Celebrating Ten Years of the Schwartz Center

Check out a YouTube video celebrating 10 years of excitement and creativity in the Donna and Marvin Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. On February 1, 2003, the Schwartz Center opened its doors, and since then it has raised the visibility of the arts in the community and continues to spark the imagination and vision of both artists and audiences alike.

http://arts.emory.edu/about/institutions/10th-anniversary.html