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In 2010, Wilkus was awarded $10,000 to build and maintain a language resource center in partnership with Tshulu Trust in a Venda community of South Africa. Rosetta Stone was installed on the computers along with other multi-media learning materials. Wilkus … finish reading Erin Wilkus, Biology, Class of 2010
Banister is the Volunteer Supervisor at CoachArt, which provides free lessons in the arts and athletics to children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses and to their siblings. “I’m passionate about making art and creative expression accessible to everyone, and I’ve … finish reading Lauren Banister, Linguistics, Class of 2010
Ruiz de Luzuriaga works at Crittenton Women’s Union in Massachusetts which helps low-income women to transform their lives so that they can be economically independent and create better futures for themselves and their families. As the Coordinator of Family Planning, … finish reading Nicki Ruiz de Luzuriaga, Anthropology, Class of 2005
Brown worked for Defenders of Wildlife, a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the protection of native animals and plants in their natural communities.
Ilyes is the Coordinator for Project Grow, an organization for people of a wide range of mental abilities to engage in conversations and action that advocate for human rights, art, urban farming, and the pursuit of passions. Located in North … finish reading Emese Ilyes, Psychology, Class of 2009, Graduated in 2008
Carroll works with the Urban Agriculture Program with AmeriCorps VISTA at Hands On Nashville (HON), whose mission is to connect and engage youth in growing healthy produce for non-profits that serve low-income communities
In the summer of 2011, Lai interned with Oglala Lakota Court Appointed Special Advocates Program (OLCASA) at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. OLCASA provides tribal court advocacy for Lakota children experiencing domestic abuse and neglect. In addition to … finish reading Emily Lai, Political Science, Class of 2012:
Peck is the Violence Prevention Coordinator at Georgia Institute of Technology, where he works to end violence against women.