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Service & Volunteering

The best way to develop professionally is to seek out new professional experiences. Join a committee, lead a project, and volunteer. Ask your supervisor about "stretch assignments" that can help you gain the experience you need to move to the next stage of your career. 

These are just a few ECL service opportunities that can help you gain knowledge, practice skills, and network. 

  • Atlanta Urban Debate League Judge - The AUDL in the Office of Civic and Community Engagement invites you to judge debate rounds at an elementary, middle, or high school debate tournament. Contact Christy Bradley, Christy.bradley@emory.edu.
  • MORE Family Mentors - The Multicultural Outreach and Resources at Emory (MORE) Program is looking for dedicated faculty and staff to serve as Family Mentors. Contact Malcolm Robinson, malcolm.robinson@emory.edu.  
  • Practice Interview Program - Help students prepare by conducting mock interviews in advance of the on-campus recruiting season. Contact Laura L. Garcia, laura.garcia2@emory.edu.
  • Professional Development trainers and committee members - Do you have a particular skill or expertise to share with your colleagues? Are you interested in helping out with ECL Hot Topics, New Professionals, Senior Staff, and other professional development programs? Contact Dona Yarbrough, dona.yarbrough@emory.edu
  • Resume Renovation - Review student resumes and provide feedback during brief 15-minutes sessions. Contact Laura L. Garcia, laura.garcia2@emory.edu.
  • Safe Space program - Get involved (either by becoming a facilitator or by completing the training) to understand LGBTQ issues and help provide awareness about the lives and experiences of LGBTQ people. Visit our registration page.

For more information on what’s involved in these opportunities and any specific requirements, please see the opportunity details table.