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  • Spiritual Development 
    • Enactus offers an avenue through which one can serve others by working to meet their most basic needs. This mirrors what Christ did while He was on this earth. Thus, Enactus gives an opportunity to practice one’s faith through Christ-centered service.
    • Enactus students have the opportunity to earn all of the service-learning credit that is required to graduate by being a member of Enactus for one year. 
    • Enactus students learn how to use their specific talents and majors to serve others. 
    • Classes and meetings always include prayer and devotionals. Enactus time provides an opportunity for students to reconnect with God after a long day of work and classes. 
    • Through short and long-term missional opportunities, Enactus gives students the opportunity to serve Christ off-campus, both at home and abroad. 
  • Academic Development
    • The Enactus Project Management class is a 1 academic credit project management course where students learn the phases of a project, how to successfully implement project ideas, and the necessary steps to take to run a project by researching, designing, and developing. 
    • The course offers students the opportunity to earn a certification in Project Management. 
    • Through Enactus, students have the opportunity to learn more about what is happening in their local and global communities, and how they can effectively solve problems within them. 
  • Relational Development
    • Through Enactus, students learn to work as a team, thus building close relationships that are maintained throughout the school year and beyond.
    • Enactus offers students a community of like-minded people to interact with.
    • When school was suddenly moved online due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Enactus students maintained their connections as they strived to continue working for the good of their local and global community.
    • Enactus hosts monthly bonding events for students to have fun and grow closer to each other, as well as bonding activities during class time. 
    • Enactus alumni remain an integral part of the program, as they are asked to come in as guest speakers for classes. Thus, Enactus is truly a family and relationships are maintained even after students graduate with the help of the SAU Alumni Relations Office. 



 

  • Professional Development
    • Enactus offers students the opportunity to apply the skills they are learning in class to real-life situations as they strive towards community development and sustainability.
    • The Enactus USA organization offers students unique opportunities to network with companies and executives from the broader business world who would not normally be available to them. This is done through both “real-life” and virtual career fairs. 
    • Enactus USA offers an abundance of training resources on how to build an effective resume, LinkedIn profile, and how to interview well. 
    • The annual Enactus National Competition offers students the opportunity to meet multiple business executives and present what their team has accomplished in front of real-life judges who represent multiple companies who could potentially hire them for internships and full-time positions. 
  • Leadership Development
    • Enactus is one of the only organizations on the campus of Southern Adventist University that allows students to have full autonomy over their organization. Students are encouraged to make Enactus “their own”, and are thus empowered to create and take full leadership of Enactus projects with the counsel of their professors. 
    • Enactus offers leadership positions in executive management, marketing, human resources, business partnerships, finance, and project management. 
    • Team members are given job titles and areas of responsibility that they must take leadership in. 
    • Enactus leaders have the enormous responsibility of coordinating a team of volunteers who are also their peers.