A coed, national service fraternity at Albion since 1991. We focus on three areas—leadership, friendship, and service. You can develop leadership as an officer or member, promote friendship as a way of life, and provide service to humanity. And you’ll do all this with like-minded individuals from a variety of backgrounds. We’re open to all majors.
We're an international nonprofit organization, and our mission is to match college students—you—with people in your community with intellectual disabilities. One-on-one friendships are the goal, and they develop through your commitment to spend time with your buddy on a weekly basis, as well as through monthly group outings. You can truly make a difference in the life of another person—many of the community buddies have few other friends. You’ll help them feel special and build self-esteem as you gain a friend and see into the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.
We live in a place where fun and learning come together. Where children pair with college students to learn about their world. Our focus is on culture and the environment, and we meet for after-school programs at the Whitehouse Nature Center. All majors are welcome.
Help for Honduras—that’s our mission. We take it seriously by fundraising so that we can provide villages with medical care, dental work, and medicine and take our annual summer trip, when we see approximately 2,500 people in a week. (You don't have to be pre-med to apply.) We take medical professionals with us. And it helps if you speak Spanish, but it’s OK if you don’t.
We work with the Greater Albion Habitat for Humanity to provide low-cost housing to families who need it. You can work side by side with Albion residents, serving our community as you build and renovate homes in Albion and the surrounding area. Visit our website
The Nwagni Project is an unofficial, student-run, nonprofit organization that focuses on education and community in Batchingou, a small village in the West African nation of Cameroon. We’ve raised over $25,000! And we put it toward building a new school in Batchingou. Now that the school’s complete, our next project is to create a clean water source for the schools in the village.
Spend your spring break doing a little "voluntourism." We hold fundraisers throughout the fall and winter to keep our costs down, and when spring break comes, we're off to the Appalachian mountain region. Our main focus is to help low-income families by doing light construction work on their homes. And at the same time, we become a tight-knit group and thoroughly enjoy the people and communities we serve.
Are you a changemaker? Like to make someone’s day? Our enthusiastic, dedicated crew works to develop "service mindedness" in our campus and community. We also support the annual New Orleans trip, regular visits to Cass Community Social Services in Detroit, Walk for Warmth, Box City, and on and on. As Albert Einstein said: "Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile." Visit our website