Moments from Civic Engagement in Higher Education: A Showcase of Public Service

November 8, 2018
By: Sarah McMaster
Nana Darkwa, '19, WSU's first student ambassador to EMK with Mary Grant, EMK president

Nana Darkwa, ’19, WSU’s first student ambassador to EMK with Mary Grant, EMK president

Barry Maloney and Mary K. Grant, EMK president

Barry Maloney, WSU president, and Mary K. Grant, EMK president

Civic Engagement in Higher Education: A Showcase of Public Service celebrated the partnership between the Honorable John J. Binienda Center for Civic Engagement at Worcester State and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute of Boston on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. 

The Honorable John J. Binienda Center for Civic Engagement at Worcester State University connects students with volunteer and other experiential learning opportunities offered by an assortment of community partners. These are win-win-win programs—providing valuable services to recipients, expanding the capabilities of our partners, and helping students to build a strong foundation in civic participation while honing their skills.

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