Augusta University’s commitment to community engagement and alumni connections takes center stage in the latest episode of In the Wild. This episode spotlights the university’s Days of Service initiative, a powerful force for positive change that unites students, faculty, staff and alumni in service projects that impact the community throughout the month of November.
Jordan Asselin, a dedicated VolunJag, has deep roots in Augusta University, having previously been a part of the VolunTeen program for several years. Through heartfelt storytelling, she shares her accounts of the impact of community service, underscoring the influence it has on the local population.
Kyle Scott, president of the Summerville Alumni Society, shares how JagNation can support current students by attending the upcoming Brew N Que, an alumni event that promises to be both exciting and nostalgic. Scott recounts his fond memories of his college days and reflects on how Augusta University has evolved over the years.
“Celebrating our alma mater at events like the Brew N Que is not just about reliving the past, it’s about shaping the future,” said podcast host Raysean Ricks. “When alumni come together to support these gatherings, we strengthen the foundation of our university and provide crucial resources for the next generation of scholars. It’s not just a reunion; it’s an investment in the continued success of Augusta University.”
Listen to the latest episode now on your favorite podcast app!