• During the month of September I was able to participate in many of the Dewey planned service events, along with some service experiences separate from Dewey. Within Dewey i participated in making the meal for ANEW […]

  • September Reflection
                    After last year, I thought that I had exhausted my reflections on the topic of nonmonosexual identities. However, this month I got the unique and exciting opportunity to […]

  • Rozy Isquith
    SWSS 58
    September 28, 2014   
    Reciprocal Leadership
    During our last Dewey seminar, I identified domestic violence and gender inequality as two social issues that I would be interested in becoming further involved with. Hope Works, Vermont Works for Women, Women Helping Battered Women, and the Women’s Center at the University of…[Read more]

  • Michaela Paul

    9.20.14

    SWSS 058

    Reflection 1- “Salsa, Soul, and Spirit”

     

    The social issue identified in class was suicide awareness, which will foster understanding, and hopefully, in many cases, […]

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    Mickayla Royer
     
    9/30/14
     
     
     
                Starting fall semester last year, I had the opportunity to open my eyes wide to the diversity within the community of Burlington, Vermont. This was able to […]

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    The past few weeks have been an absolute whirlwind of events.  Between adjusting to life in a city, college in general, making new friends, seeing or contacting old friends, clubs, sports, and family, life has […]

  •          My senior year of high school I knew I wanted to get move involved in my community in a different way. I had done previous service work in the Dominican Republic, with the local nursing home, and random projects I’ve gotten involved with, but I hadn’t dedicated myself to one organization in my community. After being inducted into the…[Read more]

  • Sophia Hoffacker
    CSSP September reflection
    10/1/2014
     
                This month has been incredibly busy with the start of classes as well as my first full month as a Resident Advisor for the Dewey House, but it […]

  • This summer, I got the wonderful opportunity to volunteer at the Montgomery County Humane Society; I handled cats specifically. I realized that this was the best method of relaxation for myself and helps me manage […]

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  • Morgan Dewey
    September Reflection

                This semester I’m interning in the Community and Economic Development Office at City Hall.  I’m working under Kesha Ram, whom I’ve worked with several times in the […]

  • Hey Guys!
    I hope you all can make it this Thursday! Super low key, you don’t have to stay late, it’s just for fun and relaxation!
    VISION BOARD/COLLAGE MAKING!
    This Thursday, October 2nd
    6:00 PM (we will meet […]

  • Cameron Dube
    Dewey Seminar
    Interview with Abby Hurwitz
               
    The foundation of Abby’s civic engagement has been the use of a website called kiva.org, whose work serves to “alleviate poverty through […]

  • There are many talents hidden beneath the calm exterior of Sean McCullen. Not only is he an avid swimmer and an eagle scout, but he also is an extremely talented bass guitar player. Sean is a hard-working student, […]

  • Meghan Pennock
    9/22/14
    Interview Reflection
    After a rewarding and thought-provoking interview with Taylor Hodgkins, I learned a great deal about Taylor’s interests, passions and perspectives concerning civic […]

  • Sean McCullen’s profile was updated 1 week ago

  • Sean McCullen          
    Dewey House: Interview Assignment
    Part: 1
    With an ability to talk to and communicate well with people, it is not a surprise that Maria Cayia wants to promote awareness of all issues […]

  • Daphne Levy
    Interviewed With: Olivia Wolfe
    Olivia participated in numerous events that provided service for different causes and social issues that were brought up in her life. I was really inspired by the fact that she founded the Reston Youth Triathlon during freshman year. I can imagine dealing with the death of her best friend was an…[Read more]

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    I interviewed with Jade, and it was a very interesting and thought provoking experience. Jade is really involved in the Beauty and Tragedy of Darfur project which is something I had never heard of before. It is […]

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