What I’ve gotten out of being involved with organizations on campus like Amnesty and Oxfam, AKA: Not Bad, for an Undergrad
Why spend so much time on these organizations? Why are they important to you? Why do you believe you are making a difference?
OCE Community Profile Series By Graham Bryant ’13 | July 30, 2013 When you think of the qualities and dedication exemplified by William & Mary’s many active citizen service-learners, the image you conjure is inevitably one of someone like Nic Martinez ’14. As president of the College’s Nu Rho chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a
By Mary Grech I’ve know that I wanted to be I teacher since I was in the second grade. Now I am almost ready to start looking for my first teaching job. I will be graduating next May with a BA in Anthropology, a minor in History, and a strong interest in education inequality
Carine Zhang’s tumblr about her experience working on affordable housing in Mt. Pleasant, SC also touches on the importance of active citizenship.