The mission of the Office of Active Citizenship and Service is to create a culture for exploration and learning followed by critical reflection and action for the common good.
Visit us at our new website: vandyasb.org! ASB is Vanderbilt's largest student-run organization and the premier alternative break program in the nation.
CURE U is a Christian faith based organization of the parent not for profit company CURE International. CURE U raises money and awareness for treatable children's surgeries at nearly a dozen hospitals in low income environments across the world.
We are a non-profit organization with a mission of inspiring, educating, and empowering the biomedical engineering community to improve healthcare delivery in the developing world.
EWB-Vanderbilt supports community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders.
Project Heal is a Christian non-profit organization established at Vanderbilt University dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare in developing nations through student-led medical missions centered around a collaborative, educational and service.
We are an organization focused on providing support, through financial and educational means, to Primeros Pasos, a health clinic in Xela, Guatemala. We also work locally in Nashville with the hispanic population.
The main purpose of this organization will be to foster a community, visibly represent, and be a voice for the International Students at Vanderbilt University Divinity School and The Graduate Department of Religion.
The International Student Career Development (ISC) is a student-run organization dedicated to providing resources and exploring diverse career paths to help international students develop their professional capabilities and career plans.
The International Student Council (ISC) is an organization dedicated to uniting all the undergraduate and graduate international students on campus and promoting cultural diversity to the Vanderbilt and Nashville communities.