Start a related student group on your campus

While MCN doesn't have any campus chapters, we do have a few partners that are chapter-based that we strongly endorse. If you reach out to them, please let them know the Millennium Campus Network sent you.

Consider joining our Fellowship as an advanced fellow or as an observer fellow to gain the skills you and your student group needs to make an impact!


Students Helping Honduras

Students Helping Honduras is a network of of students across the country who empower vulnerable children in Honduras to escape the cycle of poverty.

It’s simple. Chapters bring volunteers to Honduras to build a school for 8 days. Back on campus, chapters raise money to finish the project. 100% funds raised builds schools. You’ll see the proof in updates, but we would rather you see for yourself.

To find out more about how you can get involved, visit http://ceciskids.org/chapters/ 


Nourish International

Nourish International equips students with the skills and experiences needed to become agents of social change. The experience of running businesses on their campus, selecting a project, partnering with a community to implement it, and assessing the outcome allows students to make a difference while still in school and grow into seasoned leaders in the process.

In addition to having a global impact, Nourish students develop friendships with like-minded peers who inspire and support them as they pursue social change for the rest of their lives.

If this is something that you are passionate about, either join your campuses established chapter or start your own! Visit http://www.nourish.org/students/ to see which schools already have chapters and for information on how to start your own.


AIESEC

AIESEC offers the opportunity for students to apply for a Global Leadership program to gain relevant professional experience. Our leadership development model is for youth, by youth – encouraging members to share knowledge, experiences, and a passion for world issues.

We create developmental journeys by operating exchange programs – Global Citizen, Global Talent, and the Global Internship Program – sending students to intern or volunteer abroad and bringing young people to the United States to intern with domestic companies. If this is something that you are passionate about, see more information and find the application on their website.


UNICEF Campus Initiative

The UNICEF Campus Initiative is a growing grassroots movement rooted in a belief that college students have a vital role to play in helping the world's children survive. We currently have over 120 campus clubs in the nation. We welcome all friends of the Campus Initiative: partner organizations, students, staff, faculty, and administrators on college campuses across the U.S. to join the Campus Initiative.

UNICEF Campus Initiative clubs engage with their local community to promote UNICEF's child survival work in over 150 countries in a number of ways. Many clubs participate in Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF and UNICEF Tap Project national campaigns. Additionally, they also host international dinners, organize concerts, and put on speaker series with expert panelists.