The AndrewServes Servant Leadership Program was formed in 2000 to provide community service opportunities for students, staff, and faculty. By serving the community, participants gain confidence, self-esteem and begin to realize that they can make a difference in the lives of others.
AndrewServes helps students discover their leadership abilities while making an impact in the community. Retreats, tutoring and volunteering in a community agency of each student's own choosing are just a few of the program components that further enhance students' leadership education and development. Students that meet the program requirements are eligible for a scholarship of at least $8,500.
The program includes an academic component as well. Each semester, scholars take a two-semester hour leadership course. These courses use the Phi Theta Kappa Leadership curriculum. Successful completion of the program will be recognized with a designation on the student's transcript.
AndrewServes develops a spirit of servant leadership which connects academic reflection with community involvement.