5:00-6:00pm, CURF Fireside Lounge (Room 200, CURF Fireside Lounge, 3601 Locust Walk)
Learn about the extraordinary opportunity to create your own year-long post-graduation experience that engages communities and improves the lives of others. Two of this year’s recipients will discuss the genesis of their projects, and CURF staff will be available to discuss the application process.
Today’s presenters: Katlyn Grasso (WH’ 15) will further her work with “GenHERation,” a female empowerment network for high school girls. Jodi Feinberg (NU’ 15), “Home, Heart, Health: Engaging the Community in Bridging the Gap,” will use the President’s Engagement Prize to design, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation model for home care.
Students in all classes are invited to learn about creating their own project.