People for Others
Community service connects you to the heart of DC, as well as to your fellow students. Find opportunities for service at the Jesuit-inspired Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service.
“For the rest of my life, it will always be a highlight that I helped an innocent person get exonerated and leave prison. I am so grateful to Georgetown for giving a French exchange student this incredible opportunity.” – Julie Fragonas
Alternative Breaks Program (ABP)
Andrew (C’16) takes you along on his trip to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where he and fellow Georgetown students work with Habitat for Humanity.
Georgetown’s Street Law Program
For decades, the program has empowered DC area high schoolers through a hands-on understanding of the law. Patrick Campbell (C’92) reflects on how the Street Law program has changed the lives of thousands of young people since its inception in 1972.
Hoyas in Service to Others
Georgetown continues support for its undocumented students by urging top Congressional leaders to pass permanent protections to relieve university communities experiencing “high anxiety and uncertainty” across the country.
The university commemorates the 50th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s death with a semester of events and an April 4 service featuring Georgetown’s Distinguished Artist-in Residence, Jason Moran.