Monthly Archives: July 2010

Reflections from the Field

by Morgan January This quarter I began making visits to our member food pantries in Aroostook County; I’ve visited three pantries in the past month. Let me preclude this story by saying that I am aware that Catholic Charities Maine … Continue reading

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Generation Y

by Corrie Hunkler (of Generation Y) I have been looking at generations lately. It is something companies and volunteer mangers like to look at because apparently what we experience growing up (like our core values around family, education, religion, peers … Continue reading

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My Summer Revelation: Internships

by Jamie Andrew One sweltering summer after my sophomore year of college, I decided to intern at a non-profit gallery space in Baltimore. Every day I’d ride my bike through ridiculous rush-hour traffic (Forest Ave is a walk in the … Continue reading

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Sun, Surf, Service-Learning…

by Matt Robinson It’s summer! And for a lot of us, that means recharging our batteries with a little R & R in the sun and a trip to the beach. Ahhh, the beach! Sun, sand, surf, signage…signage? You know … Continue reading

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Vermont, Vacation and Volunteers

by Patricia Kimball Writing this blog is an honor. Being asked to share my thoughts and experiences about volunteerism, social change, leadership….I consider this a huge honor. So, when I sit down and begin to craft my posting, I do … Continue reading

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