How Enactus Benefits Many Majors

Students pursuing degrees in a wide range of majors and who also seek to impact their community while gaining valuable experience can benefit as a member of Enactus.  Several examples of how various majors can play significant roles in Enactus are provided below:
  • Business – Credit earned through Enactus can be applied toward the internship requirement for students majoring in Business.
  • Christian Ministry – Students will have the opportunity to share Christ’s love as they perform service projects throughout the community, and they will experience how business can impact areas where Christianity is not readily accepted.
  • Communications – Students will engage the community with well-organized information in each of their service projects. Students will also prepare a written Annual Report as well as an audio/visual presentation to be submitted at the Regional Competition.
  • Computer Science – Service projects may require Web development for small businesses or computer literacy training for the elderly.
  • Education – Students will seek to empower individuals by educating them with the necessary skills to become successful. Students may teach the basic financial principles to elementary school children as well as adults.
  • English – Students will prepare written reports for the Bryan College Enactus Advisory Board as well as for the Regional Competition. Skill and competency are vitally needed in this area!
  • Liberal Arts – Enactus enables students to experience learning in a variety of settings whether it is working alongside their fellow classmates, helping individuals in the community, or seeking the counsel of faculty and board members.
  • Math – All service projects will be measured to determine the level of success achieved. Students will design specific methods of measurement for each project.
  • Politics & Government – Students may have the opportunity to work with local government and non-profit organizations to perform various service projects.
  • Psychology – Service projects are oriented to engage individuals and to teach them the skills necessary to become successful on their own. Depending on the project and the people involved, creative approaches to this objective will be required.
  • Theatre – Students who are confident on stage will be an asset to the Bryan College team of presenters at the Regional and National Competitions.