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Dickinson College Students Build Skills, Give Back Through Social-distance Internships
The new Community Action Internship program unlocks professional skills for the COVID-19 era. It also empowers students to lend a hand in the Carlisle community when help is needed most.
Dickinson has created a new tenure-track position in Native American studies thanks in part to a $210,000 grant from the Creating Connections Consortium.
Dickinson College and the Community Action Network (CAN) recently helped a local summer day camp provide academic enrichment and childcare for more than 70 local first- through third-graders.
Virginia Enney, a 2020 graduate of San Luis Obispo Classical Academy, has been selected as the recipient of the inaugural Dickinson-CET Global Leaders Scholarship.
Muhammad Burhan '21 studies the emotional well-being of students during the pandemic.
"I gave money for a scholarship for a student to use while studying abroad because my time in Bologna was the highlight of my Dickinson experience."
"Because of the ways in which I have benefited from my college education, it is my responsibility to give back in a way that helps someone who came from similar struggles as I did."
Dickinson is among more than 315 colleges and universities across the country to issue a collective statement on what admissions deans value in prospective students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students find an array of opportunities on the 80 acres that make up Dickinson's organic farm.
Meet Lilly Zeitlin ’21, whose interest in studying institutional inequalities led her to conduct original research in India focusing on how urban and industrial development impacts rural communities.
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