Category: international

The Spirit of Service in Haiti

by Connor Kennedy This winter I was fortunate enough to be able to spend a portion of my break on a Branch Out International Trip to Cap Haitien, Haiti. It is an experience I will never forget. I have known that I hope to one day work in international development for quite some time now.



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?




Nic Martinez: Passing on the Spirit of Service

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



Femetor? A blog from Jimmy Cary about his time in Fodome Axor, Ghana with SPIMA

Visit Jimmy’s posts on his tumblr site.



The Kenya Sustainability Project 2013

KSVP team member Ryan Boles created this Prezi to share more information about their work with COGRI.  Visit it for a glimpse into their work with Nyumbani Village and the things they learned there!