CCE Mini Grant Reflection by Brenna Christensen: National Women’s Studies Association Conference – Decoloniality

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Our Community Engagement grant went towards funding travel and accommodations expenses to attend the National Women’s Studies Association Conference on Decoloniality. Decoloniality, as defined by the NWSA, is a “worldview that denaturalizes settler… Read More

Habitat for Humanity Break Trips

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Don’t have plans for February Break or Spring Break yet? Want to make a difference while meeting some cool MiddKids?  This is the trip for YOU! This year, Habitat for Humanity has planned… Read More

CCE Mini Grant Reflection by Nicole Cheng: Creative Time Summit

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This project is supported by funding from a Middlebury College Community Engagement Mini-Grant. In order to better understand different ways artists have tackled social justice issues from the upcoming November elections in the… Read More

SCB is Hiring!

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Are you interested in joining the CCE as a student staff member? SCB is hiring a coordinator to begin in late December or early January and serve at least through December 2017. SCB… Read More

LiM’s Language and Culture Teaching Institute

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Eleven local secondary teachers gathered on campus Tuesday, November 11, for a day of professional development focusing on intercultural competence across content areas and the teaching and learning of world languages. In addition… Read More

CCE Mini Grant Reflection by Muriel Lavallee: The Empathy Gap

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This project was supported by funding from a Middlebury College Community Engagement Mini-Grant. “The Empathy Gap” is a documentary by Thomas Keith, a producer and professor at Claremont Graduate University. In this documentary,… Read More

CCE Mini Grant Reflection: Frantic Assembly

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CCE Mini Grant Reflection by Akhila Khanna, Eliza Renner, Nolan Ellsworth and Miguel Castillo. Thanks to the generous contributions of the Middlebury College Community Engagement Mini Grant, and the Middlebury College Theatre Department,… Read More

For area families: Why rent when you can own?

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Attend a Habitat for Humanity information session on Tuesday, October 25th from 6:30 – 7:30 pm at Middlebury Community Recreation Center on Creek Road. Come to find out more about Habitat for Humanity… Read More

Open Door Clinic Volunteer Training

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Interested in community healthcare? Are you bilingual in Spanish and English? The Open Door Clinic provides medical care for individuals and families who are under-insured or without insurance. They seek volunteers to help… Read More

Apply Today: Flex Fund Review Committee

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The Service Cluster Board is accepting applications to serve on the 2016-2017 Flex Fund Review Committee! Download the application here. Application deadline: Tuesday, September 27th Submit application via email to scboard@middlebury.edu.  The Service… Read More

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