Making a Difference: Service Opportunities after Carleton
Carleton launches its first "Careers in Social Justice" panel this year!
Date: Tuesday, October 8th, 2013
Time: 12:00 pm
Duration: 1 hour
Location: Alumni Guest House Meeting Room
Sponsored by: Center for Community and Civic Engagement
Contact: Kelly Scheuerman, Center for Community and Civic Engagement, x7019Import into your calendar program
Interested in doing service and social change work after you graduate? On Tuesday, Oct 8th, from noon to 1pm (Common Time) in the Alumni Guest House Meeting Room, the "Careers in Social Justice" series will host a panel on "Making a Difference: Service Opportunities after Carleton". Former volunteers will speak on why and how they engaged in service programs and where it has led them:
Betsy Cannon '11, Earth Ministries, Seattle, through Lutheran Volunteer Corps
Anna Richardson, Garden Educator, Jackson, Mississippi, Food Corp
Riahl O'Malley, Policy Change Advocacy, Nicaragua and Honduras, Witness for Peace
Pizza will be provided for the first 30 people.
These panels are co-sponsored by the Career Center, EthIC, CCCE, and the Chaplain's Office.