Nearly 2,000 volunteers took part in the second annual GC Gives day. With more than 50 service sites across Milledgeville and Baldwin County, volunteers spent the morning of Saturday, Aug. 17 with their sleeves rolled up, working to help others.
Senior Matthew Hood likes big ideas. He keeps notebooks chock-full of poetry he scratches down, along with possible inventions just waiting to be brought into reality. All that’s missing is Hood's spark of innovation.
Madeline Olliff’s transition into college wasn’t the easiest. Months after she walked the stage at Sequoyah High School, her grandfather passed away, which came only months after her childhood dog, Zeke, passed away. Then during her first semester of college, her family lost their other dog, Patsie.
“Seek Refuge,” a new student organization at Georgia College, helps refugees adjust to life in the United States. The club’s email list has burgeoned in a few short months to more than 100 students interested in helping those who’ve lost everything fleeing war, violence and persecution.
Senior David Dietz sees service to others maybe in a way different from most students.
Stephen Greenway is the first in a series of three profiles on students who were named as the national leadership honor society Omicron Delta Kappa's Emerging Leader of the Year.
The Georgia College GIVE Center reached a milestone achievement in service to the community April 1, 2014. Students, faculty, staff and alumni have performed and tracked volunteer hours equivalent to saving the community $10 million.