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Chris Hendricks ’11 layered his fifth-grade classroom with technology to improve participation and learning outcomes.
Influenced by her career as a paralegal, Ginger L. Jenkins ’11 is now an advocate for plaintiffs and their families in the judicial system.
Ronessa Strickland-Roberts explains how what she’s learned at Walden has put her in a position to launch a nonprofit.
Craig Kielburger, who co-founded Free the Children, Me to We, and We Day, with his brother Marc, shares how you can integrate service and volunteerism into your daily life.
Dr. Anthony Moyer ’11 brought his community together to create an outdoor classroom that promotes healthy eating and educates students.
Volunteerism led Dr. Shannon Irvine ’12 to found Mosaic Vision to help AIDS orphans in Uganda.
Dr. Patrick Burtch ’11 explains how mentoring fuels his professional work and furthers his mentees’ studies.
Divia Forbes ’11 explains how she balanced her family life, career, and education.
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