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The MIT Public Service Center enables students to collaborate with communities anywhere in the world, and to work on issues that affect the planet. From coral reef regeneration to energy resources to medical technologies to new science ...
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A group of about 14 MIT students received a travel grant from the Public Service Center to help fund their trip to Louisiana during Spring Break of 2008. Through Habitat for Humanity they helped to build homes for the residents of Bogal...
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An introduction to Sacha Yaku and its work on the potable water system of an indigenous community in Ecuador. Sacha Yaku is now starting an "Art for Water" program to tell the story of Santa Ana in the United States and by selling tradi...
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Tess Veuthy ('08) and Maria Luckyanova ('08) discuss their non-profit organization, Developing World Prosthetics, and their work in India with the Jaipur Foot Organization. Their team, Vac-Cast Prosthetics, now called Developing World P...
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Phi Ho ('08) discusses his work with The Global Child in Cambodia while on a Public Service Fellowship.
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Daniel Mokrauer-Madden ('08) talks about participating in the annual CityDays, the MIT IDEAS Competition, winning the Priscilla King Gray Award, and more.
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Laura Martini ('08) talks about service learning classes, 2.00B and 2.009, and her plans for the future.
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Kathleen Cui ('08) discusses her role in Team Treatment Buddies (TTB), a 2006-2007 IDEAS Competition winning team.