The center serves as a connector, convenor and trainer for Samford students, employees and community-based organizations in Birmingham and across the state.
The Frances Marlin Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership: features campus, local and nationally recognized leaders who embody servant-leadership; designs and implements community-based learning programs and courses; provides professional development in community-based learning for faculty and staff; and manages mutually-beneficial university-community partnerships.
Providing resources to students, faculty, staff and Alabama nonprofits since 2008, the Mann Center promotes the understanding and practice of positive character and servant-leadership. Core values including humility, hospitality, social justice, inclusion and service to others guide the Center’s work.
Programs and activities include: “For the Good” leadership speaker series; service cadre and convocation programs; weekly and annual student volunteer and community-based internship opportunities; recognition through annual awards and scholarships; and the university’s annual day of service.
Accessible to all of the university’s constituents, the Mann Center team strives to assist Samford students and employees to practice their faith through serving and learning from the broader community.
My name is Juliana Mink and I am a sophomore English and Journalism major. I am passionate about art and social and environmental advocacy. I hope to be a storyteller in some capacity, whether that be journalistically, creatively, with a nonprofit or a corporation.
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