About Flagler College Enactus

Enactus is a worldwide academic organization connecting students and faculty with industry leaders and businesses. The focus of the organization is positively impacting the community through service leadership projects. The Flagler College chapter of Enactus started in 1998 with four students. The first project we created was Flagler’s Legacy, a tour business of our historic campus.

In 2004, we won the National Exposition in Kansas City and then represented the United States in the World Cup in Barcelona, Spain, placing First Runner Up in the world.

In 2009, our team won the National Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and then represented the United States in the World Cup in Berlin, Germany.

In 2013 Flagler Enactus won their third National Championship in

Flagler College Enactus National Champions!Kansas City Missouri and went on to represent the United States at the International World Cup Competition in Cancun, Mexico where they placed in the top 16.

Our connections with the partner companies who sponsor the Enactus organization grow stronger every year. Many of our alumni are currently employed with Enactus partner companies at their corporate headquarters including Unilever, Aflac, Lowes, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Crossmark, and many more.

This year Flagler Enactus finished in the top 8 at the Enactus National enactus1Exposition in Cincinnati Ohio. The projects presented focused  on the St. Johns Juvenile Residential Facility, where two out of three youths return within three years of being released. The team has been working with the facility for three years on helping the young men housed there with educational, job and social skills through unique, transformative projects.

We are committed to working with our community on service leadership projects that enlist our entrepreneurial skills to improve the lives of others.




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