Messiah College offers students a wide variety of educational experience in addition to classroom learning. Use the links below to explore ways you can serve others, experience new cultures, and develop leadership skills.
The Agape Center offers a wide variety of service as well as leadership opportunities. You can volunteer to help in a local community supported agriculture program, assist a local food pantry, provide companionship for an elderly person or join a US or international mission trip.
The Collaboratory is a group of faculty and students who meet weekly to work on projects for underserved communities. Collaboratory projects are designed to enable students to use and develop knowledge and skills in their academic major as they serve.
The EpiCenter is the place to go to learn more about cross-cultural courses or study abroad programs.
The Student Nutrition Awareness Coalition (SNAC) is a Student Government Association sponsored club. SNAC members participate in local service projects and food and nutrition related activities on campus. SNAC is a great way to put your classwork into practice and to develop leadership skills.
Teaching community health
A Student Nutrition Awareness Coalition (SNAC) dorm cooking demo