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In the summer of 2011, Cain worked as a teachers’ assistant at Autistic Children’s Activity Program (ACAP) in Portland with kids who have autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
Kaplan structured and designed the Biology Outreach Program sixteen years ago. The program is supported by a grant from the Rose Tucker Trust and provides Reed students the opportunity to teach science to children at Title I local public schools. … finish reading Bob Kaplan, Professor, Biology
Clark is the LASER Mentor Coordinator and a Youth & Education Odyssey trip leader for SEEDS. LASER is a SEEDS program that partners Reedies with students from Lane Middle School, which has an ethnically diverse population and many students who … finish reading Bernadette Clark, History, Class of 2014
In the summer of 2011, Metzler worked at the Autistic Children’s Advocacy Program (ACAP) in Portland.
In the summer of 2011, Kroll worked at the Autistic Children’s Advocacy Program (ACAP), a non-profit that runs a summer day program for children, teens, and young adults. Kroll also works weekly for Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette as a Patient … finish reading Ashley Kroll, Biology, Class of 2014
In the summer of 2011, Karabaic received the Ducey Internship Program award to intern with Willamette Pedestrian Coalition, an organization dedicated to promoting walking by creating safe pedestrian environments throughout Portland. Karabaic now works for various organizations including: p:ear, Independent … finish reading Lillian Karabaic, Economics, Class of 2013
After graduation, Leonard started a Portland chapter of Bicycles for Humanity, which raises, funds and collects unwanted bicycles to send to partners in developing countries. These bicycles empower disadvantaged people through improved access to food and water, employment, healthcare, education … finish reading Jenny Leonard, Biology, Class of 2009
O’Hara is a non-traditional student whose pre-Reed activities included working as a journalist and union organizer as well as helping found Spread Magazine, a magazine about the sex industry that engages sex workers to write from their own experience. Her … finish reading Mary Emily O’Hara, Art History, Class of 2012
Wright has served as a board member of Oregon Health & Science University‘s Neuropsychiatric Institute, Pacific Northwest College of Art Alumni & Friends, the Hollywood Farmer’s Market and Live Wire! Radio. He particularly enjoyed his involvement with Live Wire!, which … finish reading Jeff Wright, Development Officer
Last summer, Liss-Schultz interned at NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon and was responsible for organizing tabling events at street fairs and other festivals around Portland during the summer. Liss-Schultz managed to obtain several thousand signatures in support of the motion for birth … finish reading Nina Liss-Schultz, Political Science, Class of 2013