Tucker Student Spotlight
Jessica Fedin '17
Hillel Intern, Webmaster
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
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Over 160 Dartmouth students, staff, faculty, and friends came together for the 5th Annual Day of Caring to contribute over 640 hours of service to Upper Valley agencies! The day was an incredible demonstration of the potential that individuals hold, especially when they come together, to contribute to and learn from their neighbors in community.
We at the Tucker Foundation are passionate about creating space and opportunity for members of the Dartmouth family to learn through service. To hear about the many programs offered to Dartmouth students who are interested in mentoring, education, health and fitness, food and shelter access, animal care, and more, stop by the Tucker Foundation. You may also email or come by to talk with our Volunteer Coordinator, Rachel Abendroth, at any time to learn more about service at Dartmouth – find her on the second floor of the Tucker Foundation.
Click on the links below to learn more about each Day of Caring volunteer site and the services that those agencies provide to Upper Valley residents:
Here's what some participants had to say of their experience:
"The Day of Caring was an incredible way to seek out innovative solutions to community needs."
"I was inspired by the hard work that community members do every day!"
"I appreciated the opportunity to break down barriers in our community!"
"This opportunity helped to create a strong sense of community."
"Today was awesome; I loved working to support people in need! :)"
Thank you to our volunteers for their service!