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community service posted by Gabby Nelson

Students Develop Leadership Skills through Environmental Engagement

Students across campus are developing civic leadership skills through environmental projects this spring. From ConnPIRG’s office in the basement of Mather Hall to the Multicultural Affairs Council’s plot at the Trinfo garden to composting on Crescent Street, student work toward a more sustainable community is touching all corners of campus.

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posted by Gabby Nelson

Recognizing CHER Program Anniversaries

Several CHER programs are recognizing anniversaries in 2020 and 2021. We are reflecting on twenty-five years of community learning, twenty years of Trinfo.Café, twenty years of the Learning Corridor, ten years of the community garden at Trinfo, and forty years of the Office of Community Service and Civic Engagement. Last year also marked more than two decades of the Thanksgiving and Sponsor-a-Snowman holiday drives and the Jones-Zimmerman Academic Mentoring Program.

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Liberal Arts Action Lab posted by Gabby Nelson

CHER Shoutout: Shanelle Morris ’16

Shanelle is the program director of the Grow Hartford Youth Program at Hartford Food System. She is the community partner for the Liberal Arts Action Lab project on school nutrition this spring.

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community service posted by Gabby Nelson

CHER Shoutout: Jack Hale ’70

Jack Hale is involved in numerous initiatives in Hartford and has worked with the Office of Community Service and Civic Engagement as well as Trinity professors to engage students through tree planting, Colt history projects, and hosting volunteers at the Church of the Good Shepherd.