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Community Liaisons

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Community Liaisons are placed at local community agencies to bridge the gap between the Statesboro Community and Georgia Southern University by recruiting volunteers, managing programs, initiating projects, and assisting with other needs as determined by the agencies. Community Liaisons are paid by the Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement to work 8-10 hours a week at their designated agencies. A new mission of the Community Liaison program along with weekly Trip Leaders is to “fuel change” in the Georgia Southern and Statesboro Community through new initiatives, collaborations, and team work. You can become involved with any of the following agencies by contacting the Community Liaison.

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Habitat for Humanity

Brittany Hughes

Don’t search. Be your own greatness.


Statesboro Bulloch Parks and Recreation Department

Kathleen Maynard

I’m On A Roll. Can’t Stop.


American Red Cross

Zanaria McCray

Heal The World With A Smile


ESL/ESOL with Board of Education

Robyn Sanders

Surrounded by love, I can thrive


Boys & Girls Club

Hannah Womack

We Are What We Constantly Do


Statesboro Food Bank

Courtney Tielking

Hide And Seek. America Is Base

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Hearts and Hands Clinic

Brianna Carter

To Thine Own Self Be True

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Statesboro Head Start

David James

Always give more, Never lose hope

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Cone Homes

Stephanie Dorminey Chijioke Ohamadike

Mentor a Child, Change the World

Racheal Lamb

Pineland BHDD

Rachael Lamb


Community Liaison Spotlight

Name: Hannah Womack Community Agency:  Boys & Girls Club of Bulloch County Mission/Goal of Agency: To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Favorite part of being a CL? Connecting those who want to serve to those who need serving. When I walk down the stairs from my office and see a kid and a volunteer engaged in conversation, laughing… to see pure happiness radiate off the child’s face makes my entire day.Population Served by your Agency: The K-12 students of Bulloch County schools. What is something great that has happened at your agency in the last few months? Over the past few months we have had an influx of student groups dedicate their time to the Boys & Girls Club. Special interests such as basketball programs and personal development through education are being run with the help of student volunteers. How can students get involved? Students can get involved by simply volunteering their time. We have students here that need to be tutored, students that need help perfecting their basketball shot, students that need assistance in recording their own song, and students that just really need to be shown some positive attention. There are children here that need connecting with someone. If a Georgia Southern student is interested in being that someone they can email to get a volunteer application and set up an orientation time. A background check, which can be completed free of charge via the Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement, will also be needed before volunteering.

Additional Information:
Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement • PO Box 8114 • (912) 478-1435 •