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 2016-2017 Snapshot of Service Report here.

See the 2015-2016 Snapshot of Service Report here.

See the 2014-2015 Snapshot of Service Report here.

See the 2013-2014 Service at a Glance Report here.

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

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

KCSLCE News

Deliberative Dialogue: A House Divided – What Would We Have to Give Up to Get the Political System We Want?

Monday, September 23, 4:30pm, Lakeside 212, Moseley Center 

 

New podcast focuses on social equity through community partnership

The social equity podcast was developed with support from Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement community partnership grant in partnership with the NAACP and Shaw University.

Members of Class of 2023 ‘Engage’ with Elon and surrounding areas through service

More than two dozen incoming first-year students will spend the week performing community service and learning about Alamance County as part of the First-Year Summer Experience Engage program.

Elon Buddies program receives Governor's Medallion Award for Volunteer Service

The Elon Buddies program, a partnership between Elon and Alamance Community College, was one of 20 recipients of the award statewide. 

Elon University joins Partnerships for Listening and Action by Communities and Educators (PLACE) Collaboratory

The initiative led by the Bringing Theory to Practice project is supported by an $800,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Association of American Colleges and Universities.

Hal Vincent offers insight on engaging in service learning and community involvement through coursework and student involvement

A lecturer in communications and faculty director of Live Oak Communications, Vincent has aimed to engage with the community through helping local organizations with strategic communications work.

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