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COOP Service Interns from the class of '17.
COOP’s First-Year Service Intern Class Starts Strong

As the first semester of their two-year tenures wind down, eight COOP Service Interns can look back in pride. They look forward with even greater excitement.  More ...

Hamilton students volunteered at the event.
Student Assembly Sponsors 12th Annual Fall Fest

The 12th annual Fall Fest took place on the Clinton Village Green on Oct. 27.   The Hamilton community and Clinton residents enjoyed an afternoon of entertainment, activities and food.  More ...

Terry Hawkridge and Norm Bramley from Physical Plant and Jeanne Roback from the Country Pantry (center).
Hamilton Surpasses Country Pantry Easter Ham Fundraising Goal

The Greek Philanthropy Union, Physical Plant, and the greater Hamilton community surpassed their fundraising goal and raised enough funds to purchase 130 Easter hams and donate $325 for more groceries for the Country Pantry in Clark’s Mills.  More ...

COOP Senior Fellows Amy Soenksen, Ramya Ramnath and Danielle Lashley.
COOP Senior Fellows Manage Philanthropic Events On- and Off-Campus

Look at campus e-mail on any given day during Hamilton’s academic year and chances are there’s a service opportunity seeking volunteers. The people behind these numerous events are the Community Outreach and Opportunities Program (COOP) Senior Fellows – Danielle Lashley, Ramya Ramnath and Amy Soenksen. They coordinate volunteer requests with local non-profits, plan events and organize volunteers.  More ...

For the Good Inc. CSI Svitlana Gura '16.
COOP CSIs Gather With Sponsors for Update

Hamilton students involved with the Community Outreach and Opportunity Program (COOP)’s service internship program gathered with their sponsors for a breakfast on Feb. 12 at COOP offices in the Chapel. The COOP Service Internship (CSI) program provides paid internships for service experience in a local nonprofit office over the student’s first four semesters.  More ...

Alex Kaplan '16, Zack Franciose '14, Keenan Burton '16, Liz Morris '16, Mary Thede '15, and Kathleen Allen '15 volunteer at the Utica Food Bank.
15th Annual MLK Service Day Puts Students to Work in Community

More than 80 students volunteered at non-profit agencies in the local community on Saturday, Jan. 26, for Hamilton’s 15th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Service Day. Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) sent groups of students to 19 different sites to spend the afternoon working on various projects.  More ...

Some Hamilton employees volunteered at Johnson Park Center on MLK Day..
Hamilton College Commemorates MLK Day

Hamilton College is commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. Day with events this week and next.  Today, employees are volunteering at three non-profit organizations in the Utica area.  Employees were released from regular duties so they could work on group projects at Johnson Park Center, Upstate Cerebral Palsy and the Rescue Mission.  More ...

Left-to-right sitting: Sarah Graves, Svitlana Gura, Kate Cieplicki, Angela Pavao, John Rufo; standing Max Newman, Emily Goldberg. On floor Tsion Tesfaye.
COOP Service Interns Practice their Passion

Eight members of the class of 2016 are getting the chance to change the world for the better as Community Outreach and Opportunity Program (COOP) Service Interns.  The students, all of whom  had outstanding service records while in high school, become interns for local nonprofits during their first two years on the Hill.  More ...

Ishaq Pathan '16 reads to children at Thea Bowman House as part of Hamilton Serves on Wednesday, Aug.29.
5th Hamilton Serves Joins Students With Community

The fifth annual Hamilton Serves took place on Wednesday, Aug. 29, with the entire first-year class and new transfer students going out to volunteer at 60 community organizations.  More ...

Robin Treen, foreground, and Patty Critelli, left, both custodial forepersons at Hamilton, and Danielle St. Pierre (background) of St. Elizabeth's, shelve books at the St. Elizabeth Family Practice in Utica.
Administration & Finance Employees Lend a Hand to Bookshelf Project

Take a group of Hamilton employees eager to volunteer in the community, put them in a warehouse full of unused books headed for the discard pile, and what has evolved is a Community Bookshelf service project that benefits many local organizations.  More ...

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