Posts tagged with “Community Partnerships” (All posts)
18 April 2019
An up-and-coming leader in the Carleton community helps run a Habitat for Humanity trip in Waterloo, Iowa
3 April 2019
Pool noodles, pom-poms, and plastic toy animals — these might not be the supplies you would imagine for a college science class. In Professor Rou-Jia Sung’s Structural Biology Seminar, however, it’s all par for the course.
4 March 2019
What exactly is Community-Based Work Study and why is it so important?
Volunteers recovered over 22,000 pounds of food from local businesses and Carleton’s dining halls in fall 2018.
27 February 2019
The CCCE is hosting our first ever Photo Contest! We want to see your photos from your work in the community and share them with our partners on and off campus!
17 January 2019
The CAC had a goal to “make the food shelf a dignified and welcoming place for the community, in addition to encouraging healthy eating habits and making fresh, nutritious foods easily available” (Sam Schnirring, ’19). Now they have a new Supershelf!
14 November 2018
“I am still learning how my positionality affects my work in the community.” – A TORCH Tutor
29 October 2018
Anesu shares his experience attending a global conference at UChicago hosted by Bill Clinton. The conference brings together individuals from across the globe to discuss challenges people face around the world.
18 October 2018
Thanks to generous donors, Carleton students can continue ongoing community engagement projects through Fellowships. Read more about Maya Kassahun’s experience working for the City of Northfield.
16 October 2018
Students worked hard to promote voter registration alongside the League of Women Voters.