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Summer Service Fellows Get Insider’s View at Community Sites

Publication Date: 7/13/2011

The Rhodes Summer Service Fellows are getting an insider’s view of how Memphis area organizations operate. As part of their nine-week experience through July 29, the students engage in significant community projects in response to requests from organizations and the student’s initiative and interest. Fellows live together on campus and work 35 hours a week at their sites. In addition, the participants attend 5 hours of reflective programming each week.

Here is a list of this year’s fellows and their community sites:

Colin Antaya ’12 at GrowMemphis
Laura Atkinson ’12 at Church Health Center
Annie Bares ’13 at ArtsMemphis
Will Bowron ’12 at Memphis Music Foundation
Allison Bruff ’14 at Shelby Farms Park Conservancy
Caitlin Dempsey ’12 at Literacy Mid-South
Ian Engdahl ’13 at Memphis Area Legal Services
Katie Faucher ’12 at Livable Memphis
Daisy Laird ’13 at Germantown Community Theatre
Travis Lux ’12 at Binghampton Development Corporation
Neha Mehta ’12 at Caritas Village
Carlita Mitchner ’12 at Shelby County Public Defender′s Office
Anna Reilly ’12 at The Exchange Club
Eloise Schlafly ’12 at Church Health Center
Elizabeth Steen ’12 at Memphis Heritage, Inc.
Sarah Tchang ’12 at Bridges
Laura Wiggins ’13 at Urban Farms

Tags: Campus Life, Service, Students

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