Interns Explore D.C. Beyond the Monuments

This summer, Teaching for Change benefited greatly from the support of six interns (pictured below) who joined our year-long volunteer, Elena Young.    The internship began with our DC History quiz. This was good preparation for a summer of not only contributing to the work of Teaching for Change—but also exploring the city beyond the monuments […]

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Thank You and Congrats to Neha Singhal

Our congratulations to spring Teaching for Change fellow Neha Singhal who has just been hired by the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum as their Immigrant Rights Organizer. We have benefited greatly from Neha’s fellowship here this spring. She compiled primary documents on Freedom Schools, did outreach for the Speakseasy Teacher Appreciation Week performance, documented a […]

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Thank You 2013 Summer Interns

This summer Teaching for Change welcomed a dynamic team of volunteers: Truman Scholars Anne Preston and Charity Porotesano, Swarthmore Social Action Award Intern Shelly Wen, and University of Chicago Human Rights Program Intern Elizabeth Behrens. Here are just some of the ways in which they advanced our work by leaps and bounds: developed a slide show […]

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Thank You, 2012 Interns and Volunteers!

We thank our four interns and volunteers from the summer of 2012: Truman Scholars Dominique Hazzard and Sarah Neitz, Bates College student Bridget Feldman, and early childhood classroom teacher Amy Rothschild. They worked on our Ask Me About campaign on Central America, the “this day in history” photo album for the Zinn Education Project on Facebook, […]

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