Service Learning

Service Learning

Enhance Your Nursing Skills

Our curriculum emphasizes service learning, and just last year Emory nursing students provided more than 26,000 hours of community care, mastering skills while helping others.

Our Lillian Carter Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility (LCC) ensures that service learning and social responsibility are infused throughout the curriculum and educational experience for our students. The LCC strives to provide a global health experience for all interested students at least once during their time as an Emory nursing student. 

Alternative Break Program

The Lillian Carter Center’s Alternative Winter and Spring Break programs provide hands-on health care experience for students.

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Farmworker Family Health Program

The Farmworker Family Health Program is an interprofessional, in-country cultural immersion service learning experience. 

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Graduate Student Immersion

This immersion program offered to our graduate students focuses on quality improvement and provides the opportunity for students to work in unfamiliar cultures.

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Atlanta-Based Service Learning

Our students also participate in service learning right here in Atlanta. Through these service-learning placements, our students work with community partners to identify and address community needs that would otherwise remain unmet.

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