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The Chronicle of Higher Education wrote an article on Service Learning and Grant Opportunities. Click here to read the article!

Messiah - Philly Campus
At the Messiah College-Philadelphia Campus, students and faculty actively compile and conduct research in the neighborhoods around the campus. Students also engage the neighborhood through several ongoing projects at the campus. This page highlights some of the recent research and projects initiated and implements at the campus.

Messiah - Grantham Campus
Service-Learning is a way to apply your classroom education while learning how to engage with a community in a meaningful and helpful way. More than simply community service, Service-Learning includes thoughtfully preparing to serve, using your skills practically to help others, and reflecting on that contextual experience.

Sometimes it is difficult to imagine how you could use the skills from your major or area of study to serve others. Below are some opportunities outlined according to majors in the various schools. These represent ways service can be carried out both while studying in college as well as in your post-graduate pursuits.

School of the Arts:

School of Education and Social Sciences:

School of Health and Natural Sciences:

School of the Humanities

School of Mathematics, Engineering, and Business:


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