UVM Student Advocates for Better Programs to Connect Incarcerated Fathers with their Children

Harriet Langburd, a student in Alice Fothergill's Sociology Internship - a designated service-learning class - wrote to the VT Digger to discuss their experience interning with Kids-A-Part. This helps incarcerated mothers connect with their children in-person and virtually. Harriet comments on how programs like this would benefit incarcerated fathers as well. Read their full piece...

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A UVM senior presents their service learning activities at the Davis Center

Applied Knowledge: Catamount seniors showcase their service-learning achievements

As students and soon-to-be graduates prepare for life beyond campus comforts, UVM’s Community-Engaged Learning Office (CELO) wanted to showcase student achievement beyond the classroom over the last year.

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The Inaugural Showcase for Community-Engaged Learning

Students gathered in the Davis Center's Fireside Lounge on April 30th to share their final projects from their service-learning courses. These students were chosen to present because of their exceptional commitment to service-learning and their respective causes. Click through to view some moments from the event.

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