This summer, Kelly Mauch '17 landed a coveted seat as an education and outreach fellow for the Partnership for Public Service in Washington, D.C. She joined HWS alums Caleb Campbell '11 and Megan Marra '13, who work at the nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that strives to revitalize the federal government by inspiring a new generation of Americans into federal service and by transforming the w... More >>
Susannah Berry '16 is spending her summer at the historically-rich site for the Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region (URHPCR) in Albany, N.Y. This internship is part of the larger AmeriCorps Summer Service Scholars program, which offers individuals the opportunity to become engaged in a community through an existing Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) project for eight ... More >>
At the annual HWS Buffalo Summer Gathering, alums, parents, friends, incoming students and their parents will gather to honor Clarence "Dave" Davis Jr. '48 with the Hobart and William Smith Colleges Trustee Community Service Award. "The dedication Dave Davis has shown, particularly in support of students and the arts at his alma mater and in his local community, embodies the values of service we ... More >>
Balancing manifold tasks requires the ability to focus attention. For people with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, the concept sparks an overwhelming sensation of defeat due to a biological deficiency of norepinephrine in the brain, a specific neurotransmitter that regulates bodily responses to stress. Empathetic of this frustration, Talia Alon '17 chose to spend her summer interning for... More >>
Following their passion for service in locations across the country, five graduates from the Classes of 2015 are beginning their tenures with AmeriCorps. With a focus on community-building and volunteerism, the students join the ranks of many alumni and alumnae who have served in AmeriCorps. Kicking off their service with AmeriCorps are Liam Allman '15, Lauren Darcy '15, Jordan Mueller '15, Rache... More >>
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