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Service Learning & Alternatives, Inc.
(Newport News, Va.) - Through a grant from AmeriCorps, Christopher Newport University’s Center for Service Learning & Social Entrepreneurship and Alternatives, Inc. will partner to provide programming at the Hampton Teen Center (HTC) through August 2010.
This is the first AmeriCorps grant for both CNU and Alternatives, Inc. “We value this partnership with Alternatives since it allows our excellent students to work with experts in youth development, in order to provide Hampton teens with some really exciting programming,” said Dr. Roberta Rosenberg, center director and one of the AmeriCorps site supervisors for the project.
CNU students will work with Alternatives, Inc. staffers to create teen-friendly programming focusing on the arts, leadership, social activities, health and wellness, computer design, and gardening.
Students selected for the project include: Elizabeth Blake, Maria Booker, Grace Bowles, Ben Collins, Logan Elam, Jennifer Gerstenfeld, David Godwin, Alyssa Hernandez, Eric Lewis, Charles Washington and DaShawn White.
Working to establish viable campus-community partnerships, CNU’s Center for Service Learning & Social Entrepreneurship facilitates programs that help meet community-defined needs while assisting students as they deepen their academic knowledge and develop social and civic values. For more information, visit service.cnu.edu.
Alternatives, Inc. is a nonprofit organization currently running 30 youth programs in Hampton Roads. Alternatives provides research-based development programs and training to organizations and communities, in order to assist young people in becoming healthy, principled and engaged citizens. For more information on its programs, visit www.altinc.org.
A four-year public university in Newport News, Virginia, Christopher Newport University enrolls 5,000 students in rigorous academic programs through the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, and the College of Social Sciences including the Luter School of Business. CNU offers great teaching and small classes as well as an emphasis on leadership, civic engagement and honor. For more information about CNU and its programs, please visit www.cnu.edu.
A four-year public university in Newport News, Virginia, Christopher Newport University enrolls 5,000 students in rigorous academic programs through the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, and the College of Social Sciences, including the Luter School of Business. CNU offers great teaching and small class sizes as well as an emphasis on leadership, civic engagement and honor.
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