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Hamilton ASB volunteers in Hanover County, Va.
Hamilton Students Take an “Alternative” Spring Break

While many of their counterparts hit beaches and ski slopes 102 Hamilton students are spending a week of their spring break volunteering at one of 10 nonprofit organizations for Alternative Spring Break (ASB), March 16-31.  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 ...

Members of the women's socccer team pose  with some Special Olympics athletes after their basketball game.
Hamilton Athletes Build Relationship With Local Special Olympians

Hamilton’s Athletics Department has been working on fostering a relationship with local Special Olympic athletes in conjunction with the NCAA Division III partnership with Special Olympics on a national level.  More ...

COOP Senior Fellow Ramya Ramnath '13, left, helps Elizabeth Rodriguez '15, Mitten Tree coordinator, with some of the toys collected.
The Spirit of Giving

In what has become an annual tradition, Hamilton Association for Volunteering Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) and Community Opportunity and Outreach Project (COOP) collected food, gifts and other items to make the holidays a bit happier for some local families in need.  More ...

The Hamilton College men's soccer team donning some of the winter gear they collected
Men's Soccer Donates Winter Clothes to Local Organizations

The Hamilton College men’s soccer team recently collected and donated winter clothing to the Rescue Mission and Operation Sunshine in the Utica, N.Y., area.  More ...

Men's lacrosse team members, from left, Kurt Minges '15, Mike Fiacco '13, Brandon Lew '16, James Hohm '14 and John Zimmerman '15, pack leftover food for the Rescue Mission.
Hamilton Athletes Take on Hunger

Members of the men’s lacrosse team spent the week after Thanksgiving volunteering in the Hamilton Against Hunger program. All of Hamilton’s athletic teams take turns collecting leftover food from the McEwen dining hall to donate to the Utica Rescue Mission.  More ...

Nick Solano '14, executive director of RTMV.
Nick Solano '14 Heads Rebuilding Together Mohawk Valley

Rebuilding Together is the largest national volunteer home rehabilitation organization in the United States. The local branch, Rebuilding Together Mohawk Valley (RTMV), has been assisting the elderly, physically and mentally disabled, and working poor in the local area since 1997.  Nick Solano ’14 began working with RTMV during his sophomore year and was recently appointed executive director of the local organization.  More ...

Camila Rodriguez-Plate, 5, colors with the help of her mom, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies Edna Rodriguez-Plate during the first SpringFest. Camila’s dad is Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies Brent Plate.
HAVOC Bursts the Bubble

April 9-14 marked the first Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach, and Charity  (HAVOC) Outreach Awareness Week at Hamilton. The purpose of Awareness Week, dubbed “Burst the Bubble,” was to illustrate volunteer opportunities at Hamilton and to stress the value of community outreach. HAVOC sponsored and organized a variety of volunteer opportunities, speakers and events throughout the week, culminating with SpringFest on Saturday.

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Hamilton student volunteers at the Rome Art and Community Center.
Student Volunteers Aid Easter Bunny at Rome Community Arts Center

A group of Hamilton students volunteered at the Rome Art and Community Center’s annual Easter Bunny Trail on April 7. The students, who dressed in costume, distributed candy and posed for pictures with local children.

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Students on a previous ASB trip helped build a home.
Students Trade Beaches for Building on Alternative Spring Break

Although warm beaches beckon and fresh powdery slopes shout for attention, nearly 100 Hamilton students are spending a week of their spring break volunteering at one of 10 nonprofit organizations for Alternative Spring Break (ASB), March 12-23.  More ...

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