Community Partner Profile: Zoe Kaslow ’15 of Addison Central Teens

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Last year, we at the Center for Community Engagement profiled leaders of a student-service organization here on our blog. This year, we are getting to know our community partners, leaders in Addison County… Read More

MiddVote Wants YOU! to Register to Vote and Volunteer at Registration Drives

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MiddVote is a non-partisan organization that works to get out the vote in Middlebury. This fall, MiddVote will be having voter registration drives all over campus to help people register to vote and… Read More

Connecting coursework and the immigrant community, by Emma Ronai-Durning 19’

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Emma Ronai-Durning 19’ reflects on her CCE Community Engagement Academic Outreach Endowment (AOE) grant funded employment with Rural Organizing Project.           This summer, thanks to an Academic Outreach Endowment… Read More

Connecting Food and Community, by Nora Peachin ’21

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Nora Peachin ‘21, employed through the Middlebury FoodWorks Fellowship this summer, reflects on her experience as the Local Food Access Intern at HOPE.           This summer, I worked at… Read More

Dance as a Form of Therapy, by Matea Mills-Andruk ‘18.5

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Matea Mills-Andruk‘18.5 reflects on her CCE Community Engagement mini-grant funded participation (along with six other students) in a 3-day intensive on Dance/Movement Therapy at Antioch University New England. These experiential/didactic workshops are conducted… Read More

My homestay in Tenrymura, Japan: Beyond Service-Learning, by Diana Lam ‘21

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Diana Lam ‘21 reflects on her participation in the Japan Summer Service-Learning Program.           At the beginning of the Japan Summer Service-Learning (JSSL) Program, I did not expect to… Read More

Rural Fun Delivery: My Local Privilege & Poverty Internship, by Claiborne Beary ’20

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Claiborne Beary ‘20 reflects on her experiences as an Addison County Privilege & Poverty Intern with Mary Johnson Children’s Center as their Rural Fun Delivery Program Manager Rural Fun Delivery (RFD), a Mary… Read More

Service and learning with local community collaborators in Mitaka, by Chloe Fung ‘18.5

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This blog post is a reflection from Chloe Fung about her participation in the Japan Summer Service-Learning Program (JSSL).           In the beginning of July, we started the JSSL… Read More

Completing Middlebury’s Privilege & Poverty Program, by Taylor Banaszewski ‘17

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This blog post is a reflection from Taylor Banaszewski ‘17 about her completion of the Privilege &Poverty academic cluster and how it has impacted her current work post-graduation from Middlebury.      … Read More

Volunteering at the Dandelion School (a NGO middle school that serves migrant children) in Beijing, China by Lulu Zhou ‘19

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This blog post is a reflection from Lulu Zhou about her CCE Cross-Cultural Community Service Grant-funded project in China.           The Dandelion School—one of the most successful, exceptional migrant… Read More

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