Students

58% of young adults do not believe they can make a difference. Do you want to be a statistic—or change the statistics?

Impact collaborates with more than twenty colleges and universities throughout the state of Alabama and their surrounding communities. Student participants at each campus engage in direct service to the community through one of our signature initiatives. Academic/internship credit can be received based on individual institutional policies.

You have the chance to be a part of fundamental, systemic change in the state of Alabama!  If you would like to become involved with Impact, please provide us with the following information:

Please note that students wishing to volunteer with FocusFirst will need at least one morning free to participate in a vision screening.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

What college/university do you attend?


I am interested in the following initiative(s):

 FocusFirst SaveFirst CollegeFirst SpeakFirst

Please indicate how you found out about Impact Alabama's initiatives. This helps us know how to recruit more great student volunteers. Check all that apply.

 Required/Offered Course Service Opportunity Community Service or Career Center Flyer/Poster Facebook Twitter Attended Speaking Event or Lecture with Impact's President Stephen Black A friend or family member Impact Representative Spoke to My Class/Organization Other (Please describe below)


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Impact Alabama Participating Campuses

The University of Alabama
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham-Southern College
Samford University
Cumberland School of Law
Alabama A&M University
Athens State University
UA Huntsville
University of South Alabama
Spring Hill College
Auburn University
University of North Alabama
Gadsden State Community College
Calhoun Community College
Alabama State University
Auburn University at Montgomery
Huntingdon College
Jones School of Law
Judson College
Troy University
Wallace Community College, Dothan
Tuskegee University
Jacksonville State University
University of West Alabama