Tag archive for volunteering

The Millennial Impact

Written By:  Shannon Bianchi Merriman-Webster’s dictionary defines a “millennial” as someone born in the 1980s or 1990s. However as a Millennial myself, I can say there is much more to this epithet than Merriman-Webster suggests. According to Forbes.com, there are over 80 million members of…

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When the Classroom and Community Service Collide

Written By: Shannon Bianchi Community-Based Learning (CBL) classes at Stonehill give the student a whole different type of learning experience. Offering a new take on education, CBL courses combine a regular classroom course with additional hours dedicated to implementing projects or conducting research in partnership…

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Volunteering: Stonehill Style

Recently, I came across an article in the Nonprofit Quarterly  conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics within the U.S Department of Labor which explains that volunteer rates are at a 10-year low. I found this information hard to believe, especially with communities such as…

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