September Lunch Discussion: “Identity, Privilege & Poverty- Reflections from the field”

Through summer internship programs such as the Privilege & Poverty Academic Cluster (P&P) local and national internships, and the Middlebury Social Impact Corps (MISC) experience in Peru, Middlebury students delve into community-based, experiential internships with diverse organizations across the U.S. and abroad.

Join a group of recent interns for the first P&P Monthly Lunch Discussion of the 19-20 academic year as they reflect on their experiences over the course of their summer work with the intersection between identity, poverty and privilege. The discussion is also a wonderful opportunity for students interested in applying for community-based internships to learn more about the programs from student participants themselves.

Food provided, please RSVP online here!

Tuesday, Sept. 17th 12:30-2:00pm, Center for Community Engagement, 20 Old Chapel Rd.

Leave a Reply