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Archive for January, 2014

Student Spotlight – Susanna Siltanen, BMCC, Center for Employment Opportunity

January 27, 2014 | Members, News

Susanna is our Student of the Month for December 2013.  In her own words: My service placement at the Center for Employment Opportunity is absolutely wonderful.  I said at the start that I wanted to know how non-profits work, and I’m getting complete insight.  They’ve opened the doors for me to attend quarterly meetings.  I’m […]

Student Spotlight – Landy Defamilia, John Jay, Wildlife Conservation Society

January 27, 2014 | Members, News

In his own words: My major is Fire and Emergency Service, and my minor is Chemistry, and I’m a junior at John Jay College.  My service placement is with the Wildlife Conservation Society, and I work at the Queens Zoo.  Many people ask how this work connects with my goals.  I tell them that there’s […]

Student Spotlight – Kelsha Sanchez, John Jay, Franklin Furnace

January 27, 2014 | Members, News

In her own words: My service placement is with Franklin Furnace, which is an art archive.  It’s not a museum – it’s like an art library.  Being a forensic science major at John Jay is stressful, and it is nice for me to do something art-based.  I’m an assistant assigned to all of the artists […]