• One of the saddest things I have ever seen was a seagull with a wounded wing, being tossed by waves upon the beach’s shore.

    There was nothing I could do but watch the bird be tossed and turned with each […]

  • Since I’ve written a reflection to all the posted prompts, and I wasn’t able to do any service this month, I decided to revisit my “This I believe” essay from SWSS58 I had written last fall and revise it based […]

  • Steve Davids
    CSSP
    July Reflection

                    There has been a big project in the works this past month. I had been offered a gig to play in a band for a wedding and I could absolutely not turn it down. I […]

  • My time in the month of June was mostly consumed with my work at the HowardCenter. I continue to be grateful for the clients who trust me with their stories, and I have worked to learn more skills which will allow […]

  • The month of June has been filled with a lot of reflection about the past school year and dreaming about what the future holds. Realizing that I am halfway done with my college career brings about a lot of […]

  • At the start of the summer I began volunteering at the INOVA Fair Oaks Hospital. This activity is considered direct service, and benefits the hospital, the patients, ad the caregivers. Specifically I work in the […]

  • Deirdre Howard
    CSSP June Reflection

                During the month of June I had some more volunteer time at Prospect Child & Family Center in Queensbury, NY. Spending a day there is such a rewarding experience […]

  • Rozy Isquith wrote a new post, CSSP June 1 month ago

    Rozy Isquith

    July 1, 2015

    CSSP June

    This summer I am working as a Production Apprentice at the New London Barn Playhouse. This old New Hampshire summer-stock theatre, truly staged in an old barn, produces […]

  • Sophia Hoffacker
    7/1/15
    June 2015 CSSP Reflection
     
    June has been a busy month, but very different from my usual schoolyear activities. I am living in Seattle, WA for the summer and completing an internship […]

  • “This country will not be a good place for any of us to live in unless we make it a good place for all of us to live in.”
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  • Daphne Levy SWSS 008 CSSP June Reflection This summer I have the opportunity to work at a weight loss camp called Camp Shane. As I embark on this journey as a camp counselor, I am constantly reflecting on ways in […]

  • Since finishing my first year at UVM I haven’t started another community service project. In my last submission I spoke about helping two of my basketball teams at practices and games. In June I continued to help […]

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    Today I moved into my first apartment in Burlington, and I am adjusting to life on my own again. Every day since school ended I have commuted from my house in Bolton to Burlington for work or to Winooski for […]

  • Steve Davids
    CSSP
    June Reflection
                    We finally had the KJ Life event! It was absolutely fantastic. Everything went very smooth and the turnout was massive. The turnout, in fact, was so large, that […]

  • During the month of June, I’ve been very busy working as an LNA on a dementia unit at a nursing home near where I live. I work anywhere from 40-45 hours a week, and it is very tiring, mentally and physically. I […]

  • In the month of June, I have started volunteering my time as an intern at the headquarters of the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C. While I have volunteered at other non-profits, most specifically, The Cystic […]

  • Not only am I reflecting on this past May, but also on this past school year itself. The month of May was a busy one, filled with many exams but I still managed to squeeze in a little volunteer work here and […]

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    “Hey hippy retard faggot! I could let my dog go and rip up your cat!”

    I looked up from my day-off

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    Stood a man with his pitbull, significant other, and homeboy (also with a pitbull).

    Some […]

  • This summer I don’t plan on doing any community service with a specific partner, however I can still do small projects/events from time to time. This summer I am working full time at a State Park, so I don’t have […]

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