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The goal of ¡Reciclemos! is to develop a recycling initiative in schools, restaurants, and markets in the poverty-stricken community of San Ignacio de Velasco, Bolivia in order to promote cost-saving reusability, environmental awareness.
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A tribute to the tenth anniversary of the MIT Public Service Center's IDEAS Competition, including special thanks from past winners to mentors Sally Susnowitz, Amy Smith, and Alison Hynd. Videography by Shannon O'Brien, editing by Josh ...
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Tish Scolnik (’10 Course 2) received two Fellowship awards from the Public Service Center to continue her work on the design of small-business wheelchairs in Tanzania, which was inspired by the ideas and skills she gained from a Service ...
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Caroline Huang (’10 Course 9) founded the MIT branch of Camp Kesem in her freshman year and has continued to coordinate the summer camp for children of cancer patients for the last three summers. As a freshman, Caroline did fundraising, ...
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Jason Scott (’10 Course 7) and Ryan Jackson (’10 Course 6) worked closely with the MIT Public Service Center during their senior year to create a public service opportunity for graduating seniors to spend a week before commencement using...
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Grace Lee (’10 Course 7) was the President of the MIT chapter of Habitat for Humanity (HFH). With the help of Public Service Grants, Grace Lee and MIT Habitat for Humanity volunteers have worked to provide Habitat families typically livi...
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Chris Moses (’10 Course 9) was awarded a Davis Projects for Peace Fellowship and participated in the Public Service Fellowship and Grants programs to continue his work with the telemedicine-based health care delivery system called Sana (...
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