Start making a difference now
At the Darla Moore School of Business, a variety of activities and projects are underway to tackle this mission while also providing opportunities in experiential and international service learning for students at the undergraduate level.
What is service learning? It is a form of experiential education that, by design, connects the classroom to organized real-world activities. Integrating service learning into the curriculum encourages students to apply skills and knowledge learned in an academic setting to meet community needs. The Moore School and the University of South Carolina offer students opportunities to engage in challenging and meaningful service learning activities. Recent service learning activities included a Global Business Immersion Camp to Cluj, Romania. Students combined service learning and research in a summer trip to Mexico City and Xalapa, Mexico. Other service learning opportunities can be found through the USC Connect website.
Want to know more about service learning opportunities?
Do you have an interest in volunteering abroad? Do you wish to make an impact on society? Do you have an interest in learning the Spanish language but do not have the time to pursue a minor? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then the Social Entrepreneurship Corps may be for you. Please visit the Social Entrepreneurship Corps website for additional information on this wonderful experience of helping others, meeting new people and creating entrepreneurship skills. The application is available online at www.socialentrepreneurcorps.com.
As a student at the Moore School, it may also be possible to earn three hours of independent study credit related to your work in the Social Entrepreneurship Corps. Your adviser will be happy to discuss the independent study option with you.