The Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation is pleased to announce a new service-learning opportunity for students attending Georgia State University (GSU). The Student Leadership Consortium (SLC) debuts as a volunteer leadership program to provide GSU students with professional development experience in addition to networking and philanthropic experiences as they create programs to support some of our community’s most vulnerable children—the patients receiving care at Hughes Spalding hospital.
The goal of the Student Leadership Consortium is to mobilize the GSU community to benefit Hughes Spalding. We present this opportunity for students to make an impact in the lives of others as they emerge as philanthropic leaders with real-world fundraising and programmatic experience.
Additionally, an annual award program will be established to recognize three extraordinary students for their volunteer, program and development achievements. Students will be nominated by their peers and recognized at the end of the school year.
Thank you for your interest in the Student Leadership Consortium benefitting Hughes Spalding. The application process has closed. In the future, new membership into the SLC will be coordinated by the SLC student leaders board. Check back later for the first SLC membership drive on campus this fall.
For more information, please contact Latrice Dudley.