Volunteering with Community Impact's Community Lunch Program
Extended Barnard Reach Out (EBRO) is a weekly program, running from November to March, that brings together a group of 10-15 first-year and transfer students to discuss and critically engage with service issues in New York City. Each week, students will participate in service projects, go on site visits, hear from public service professionals, and discuss ways of making a meaningful and sustainable impact in their community.
In the past, participants have volunteered at a Brooklyn community farm, participated in a service project at Free Arts NYC, heard from professionals working to combat educational inequality, and hosted a group of high school students for a Barnard tour.
The 2014 EBRO will present similarly exciting civic engagement opportunities, with an updated model focused on deeper engagement, learning, and analysis of the issues presented in our volunteer opportunities. EBRO will meet on Friday afternoons from 12:00pm - 2:00pm (with some sessions starting at 11:30am), beginning on November 21st, 2014.
The Fall 2014 Extended Barnard Reach Out application is now available here. Applications are due by Friday, November 7th at 11:59pm.