"Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don't."

- Bill Nye

Explore Clubs and Organizations:

Big Brothers Big Sisters:
Big Brothers Big Sisters helps children realize their potential and build their futures. We nurture children and strengthen communities. And we couldn't do any of it without you. Learn More

Making a Difference in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (madiSTEM) is a one-day STEM conference designed for middle school girls. Come help middle school students explore STEM through fun hands-on workshops, keynote talks, demonstrations and more.  Learn More

Future Social Studies Educators:
FSSE unites students, alumnae and professionals through developing connections in service, community, personal growth and enrichment in the field of Social Studies at James Madison University. Learn More

Future Teachers of Color:
If you are a student of color with an interest in education, this is the club for you! Meet future educators, develop a support network, share experiences, and shape the present and future of education. Learn More

Kappa Delta Pi:
Kappa Delta Pi is James Madison University's only honors organization in Education. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to strive to become a better educator and to surround yourself with fellow preservice educators. We participate in community service events hosted by local schools, attend workshops, and host social events in order to better network with one another. Learn More

Leading English Teachers Toward Success (LETTS) is an organization for those interested in pursuing a career in high school English or middle school Language Arts education. Learn More

Math Concentrators':
Math Concentrators' Club is a club for future math educators with the goal of helping JMU students prepare for their future classroom and the job market. Learn More

National Science Teaching Association(NTSA) strives to bring together JMU students who are interested in science education at any level, including classroom teaching and informal education such as working at an environmental education center, county recreation services, or a museum. Learn More

Raising an Organization of Trained Educators (ROTE) is an education organization for aspiring teachers that allows JMU students to spend time as teacher assistants in Harrisonburg City Public Schools' classrooms. Members devote at least two semesters to the program and volunteer in their assigned class for one or two hours a week. Learn More

TEACH Ambassadors:
TEACH Ambassadors are an on-campus club that supports COE recruiting and retention by attending open houses, transfer fairs, events, etc. and student advising. Learn More

Valley Ambassadors:
Our goal is to create a college-going culture using a near-peer mentoring model, promoting higher education within the Harrisonburg and Rockingham community. Learn More


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