collegiate membership

Find your best self.

ESA is a co-ed leadership and service organization that gives you the opportunity to find and nurture your passions – in a fun, friendly, and relaxed environment. Your membership in ESA helps you grow as a person and develop your resume, while empowering you to make a difference in your community and world through student volunteer opportunities. What’s more, ESA is fun. It gives you the chance to make lifelong friends and create lasting memories.

Join us.

Members say.

 



 

It doesn't take superhuman powers to make a difference, only the courage to take that first step. ESA gives you a chance to be of service and touch another's life.

 

"When I found ESA, I found my calling. Service was and is my favorite part of my college expereince."

 



 
 




 

"It's a lifelong reward being a part of ESA. You will commit yourself to helping the community as well as grow as a person. You will create unbreakable bonds with wonderful people that will become your best friends."

 

Chapter life.



The Delta Zeta Chapter of George Washington University holds an annual "Gobblefest" fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Learn more about ESA's 45+ year partership with St. Jude.



Alpha Beta Chapter of Illinois State University participates in a Polar Plunge challenge for Special Olympics.

 

Psi Mu Chapter of University of Pittsburgh take study breaks together during finals week. BRING ESA TO YOUR CAMPUS


From a grad.




 

"You'll find someone who likes the same things you do and has the same passion for service. ESA is so accepting and welcoming. Just be yourself!"

From a parent.

 

“Of all the things my son has done, I think Jason founding the ESA chapter at UF is what I am most proud of. It has brought so much into his life and changed the lives of so many others, including my mother and I. After Jason told us about ESA, I joined a community chapter and my mom joined ESA the following year. In ESA we have gained another family, enriched our lives in too many ways to count, and learned the love of giving. Thank you, Jason!”

 -- Amy Holloway