Joanna Schneider '13
Student Director forBig Brother, Big Sister
Major: Sociology modified with Psychology; Minor in Chemistry
Other Campus Involvements: DOC; General Manager of Big Green Bus
Fun fact: She got involved in Big Brother, Big Sister in high school, over 7 years ago!
"One Night without A Home"
Shedding some light on a very important issue....
Participate in an all-day teach in where undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and professors will share their experience and knowledge about issues of homelessness and poverty on campus, in different parts of the country and internationally.
Sponsored by: Habitat for Humanity, The Haven Adult Shelter, The Haven Homework Club, and Students Fighting Hunger.
Want to see if you signed up for a build? Check the link below!
Habitat for Humanity works in conjunction with Upper Valley Habitat serving members of the community in New Hampshire and Vermont. We send a small group of students (usually 3-4) to sites in the community to gain hands on experience and make tangible changes. Builds are every Saturday from 8:30am – 12:30pm and 12:30pm – 4:30pm. No experience is necessary. Builds for the Winter 2012 term are filled, but they will continue for the Spring 2012 Term.
Want to be a VERY valuable member of the build team? Get Driver Certified!
Habitat for Humanity has conducted its first Apartment/Home ownership workshop. Real Estate attorney at Law, Edwin Farrow, served as the guest speaker to give community members and students, information about apartment rentals, mortgages, insurance and other vital home buying information.
To see the informational worksheet, click HERE.
Dartmouth Habitat creates a newsletter highlighting the activity of its volunteers including builds, fundraisers, and events. It's a chance to know more about the needs of the community, involvement of the student body, and goals of the organization. All newsletters will be sent quarterly at the end of every term.
Last Updated: 1/4/13