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We have  a great bunch of service opportunities this week! And the weather is beautiful, so if you’re looking to spend some time outside, check out the opportunities at the Charter House Garden, Nature Conservancy, and Middlebury Sweetest Half. Happy Monday!

The Community Engagement office is looking for a full-time 2014-2015 Poverty Initiatives Coordinator, SerVermont Americorps*VISTA member to join our team! The Program: The SerVermont AmeriCorps*VISTA Program is a statewide national service program in its third year. 27 members will be placed at community-based organizations and state and municipal agencies whose mission and VISTA assignments cover […]

  Sonam Choedon ’14 writes about his experience at Machik Weekend.   Machik Weekend is an initiative started in 2007 by Machik, a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C., that promotes meaningful social change in the Tibetan plateau by working directly with communities inside the region. The weekend-long annual conference aims to build awareness and understanding for Machik’s unique approach […]

Staying on campus but looking to put the “giving” in Thanksgiving this upcoming break? Volunteer at the Charter House! The Charter House winter housing facility serves as an emergency home staffed 24/7 by trained volunteers who provide a warm, welcoming environment for families in stress. Volunteers are needed to take shifts over Thanksgiving break! Contact James McMillan […]

United Way is seeking Middlebury College students to serve as Community Impact Volunteers, participating in a community grant process as part of an impact team in the areas of Health, Education or Financial Stability. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the operations of local agencies, review grants, and build relationships with community members. Volunteers […]

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InterAction reports, “One of the most powerful typhoons ever recorded devastated parts of the central Philippines, a country already coping with three major disasters over the past two months. The death toll continues to rise and access remains an issue.” If you are looking for information about how to support the many devastated by Typhoon […]

Addison County Farm to School meeting Wed. 11/6 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Addison County Regional Planning Commission on Seminary Street. Get involved with the Farm to School work in Addison County! Suzanne Young, local food educator, will be conducting a FREE taste test workshop for the last hour of the meeting. Learn more about taste-tasting volunteer opportunities […]

  Nutrition Outreach Mentoring Interest Meeting: TODAY 10/28 at 7:45pm Nutrition Outreach Mentoring (NOM) is a student organization aimed at creating community and connecting people through food and food education.  The group organizes classes that seek to teach young people and those in transitional periods in their lives how to cook for themselves on a budget and acquire the independence […]