Rollins-teer Day

The Rollins-teer Day of Service is held each year during Orientation as an introduction to the broader public health context and communities of need in Atlanta.

We value the safety of the Rollins School of Public Health and our local community partners. Rollins-teer Day has been rescheduled for Monday, January 18, 2021 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. 

The best way to learn about opportunities for community engagement is to participate in the Rollins-teer Day of Service, held each year during Orientation. This year, Rollins-teer Day has been rescheduled to Monday, January 18, 2021.

Students will have the opportunity to volunteer with organizations around the Atlanta area in order to gain a better understanding of the broader public health context and communities of need in Atlanta.  We are pleased to continue partnerships with many local organizations as well as to add several new sites that will connect incoming students to the Atlanta community with ways to stay involved in important public health issues in our own backyard.

This day is a great opportunity to develop new friendships, connect with local organizations, and make a difference.

More details will be available in during the fall 2020 semester. Stay tuned!

Joanne Williams, MPH, CHES
Assistant Director for Student Engagement
Email: jampost@emory.edu 
Phone: (404) 683-5404