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The Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement engages students, faculty, staff and community partners in service that benefits the university and its surrounding community. The Kernodle Center houses Elon Volunteers!, a student-led program offering a range of volunteer activities; coordinates Elon’s signature academic service-learning programs and courses; and sponsors the Alternative Breaks Program.

Visit the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement in Moseley 230 or contact the staff by email at elonvols@elon.edu or phone at 336-278-7250.

 

See the 2012-2013 Service@Elon Annual Report here.

See the 2011-2012 Service@Elon Annual Report here.

KCSLCE News

Elon hosts Special Olympics Alamance County Spring Games

Dozens of Elon University students, staff and faculty volunteered at a halfday program on April 24, 2015, that welcomed 375 athletes to campus for competition in the Jerry and Jeanne Robertson Track and Field Complex.

Elon Volunteers! S.H.A.R.E. Program opens opportunities for students to play with rescued animals

S.H.A.R.E. enables students involved with Elon Volunteers! to play with shelter animals every weekend at the Burlington Pet Adoption Center. A new segment of the program, Animal Protection Alliance, also allows students to learn more about animal issues and awareness. 

KCSL: Help Allied Churches Unload "Stamp Out Hunger" Donations

The Allied Churches of Alamance County has been collecting food donations through their "Stamp Out Hunger" campaign. They need help unloading these donations on May 11th.

Campus Kitchen students and staff present at the Food Waste & Hunger Summit

Elon's representatives presented information in April at the University of Georgia about their partnerships with the Loy Farm and Alamance County community agencies. 

Students spend Spring Break in service to others

Elon University students, faculty and staff traveled for a week in late March to assist communities with service work while learning about social issues that impact communities both in the United States and abroad.

Campus forum explores issue of hunger

A panel of experts heard from community members and students Tuesday night as ideas were shared for more effectively serving those confronting food insecurity and hunger in Alamance County.

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