This Year’s CE-related courses

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See this year’s CE – related courses below. These courses incorporate partnerships with organizations and individuals from Middlebury’s surrounding community. Courses that fall under the Privilege & Poverty Academic Cluster are also listed. Check… Read More

September is National Hunger Action Month!

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Each year during the month of September, food banks across the country challenge their communities to take action against food insecurity. Approximately one in seven households in the United States are food insecure… Read More

Welcome, Megan and Elle!

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This summer we’ve welcomed two new staff members in CE – Megan Brakeley (on the right) our new Assistant Director, and Elle Bacon (on the left), our SerVermont Americorps Vista member for 2015-2016.… Read More

Addison County Home Health & Hopsice seeks a student Trustee

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The Addison County Home Health & Hospice Board of Directors invites students to consider being a trustee for one year. Located just north of town on Route 7, our mission is to treat… Read More

Student Org Profile: Service Cluster Board

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Our student organizations and continuing initiatives are collectively known as the Service Cluster, and each member organization of the cluster is supported by the Service Cluster Board, a peer-advised council. The SCB functions… Read More

Alessandria Schumacher’s Summer Research

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Alessandria and Pam received a Community Engagement Academic Outreach Endowment Grant to fund part of their summer research project Alessandria Schumacher ’17 worked with Professor Pam Berenbaum this summer on a study of Health in… Read More

William Weightman on his 2015 Summer Internship

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William received funding for his internship from the The Cross Cultural Community Service Fund (CCCS), which supports international community service, advocacy, and activism.   This summer I spent four weeks working with Stanford University’s Rural Education… Read More

Student Org Profile: Page 1 Literacy Project

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Page 1 Literacy Project aims to foster a love of learning in local elementary school students through weekly programming and community events.  As mentors, organizers, and program leaders, Page 1 volunteers take an… Read More

National Shepherd Interns, 2015

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Here are the 2015 Interns at the Shepherd Consortium Opening Conference in Arlington, VA! They are joined by Tiernan Meyer ’11, a former Shepherd Intern who now works as a Senior Associate at… Read More

Kathryn on her Shepherd Intern Experiences

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  Kathryn Haderlein ’16 is participating in the Addison County Poverty Internship Program for the second time, currently as an intern at United Way of Addison County.   My first experience with the… Read More

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