Barrett honors students, though their various service projects, make a lasting and meaningful impact on our local communities.

During the Threads for Success campaign, Barrett students contributed over 800 pounds of donations to Threadz, the Tempe High Teen Resource Center.  Threadz is a free facility open to teens in need of clothing and personal care products.
Threads for Success
Elliott Amkraut celebrates at his Nepali niece's birthday party. She helped him get a suit made for the occasion. Elliott Amkraut, who graduated in 2014 from Barrett Honors College and the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University with a major in Economics and a minor in Japanese, thought about pursuing a career in business. But a meeting with a Peace Corps recruiter put him on a...
Elliot Amkrauat
Page Turners, an early childhood literacy program that began as a Barrett Honors College student's thesis project in 2014, continues to serve the community. The program pairs honors students with elementary school students for weekly, one-on-one reading tutoring sessions that emphasize reading skills, vocabulary, and comprehension. Read more here. 
Page Turners
Pooja Paode, a 2016 Barrett Honors College graduate, thought about pursuing a medical degree. She began working with the Student Health Outreach for Wellness, a partnership among students from Arizona State University, University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University, that provides care to the homeless in Phoenix, and found her true calling. She wants to work on improving healthcare...
Pooja Paode