America Reads Reflections
The POSP 2017 Leadership Committee Application is now available! A link to the application is available on the POSP website: http://sites.lafayette.edu/posp/leadership-board/. The leadership committee is open to all students in the Class of 2018, 2019, and 2020. Please feel free to share this application with other student leaders. Strong applicants will have demonstrated leadership and experience in […]
Andrew Goldberg ’15 AR*C – SALZ Program Coordinator Born into a wealthy family from New York, Eleanor was never supposed to live a life where she would have to be concerned with the suffering of others. Her parents wanted her to marry into a wealthy family of high status and carry […]
Kirsten Marshall ’13 AR*C, Program Coordinator for YMCA School Age Child Care We are often unaware of the impact of our everyday gestures. What we may see as subtle acts of gratitude or kindness may hold an entirely different meaning for others. During our first Landis Staff meeting, we were shown a TEDx video […]
A good portion of Lafayette students receive Federal Work Study as part of their financial aid package and have a plethora of job options from which to choose. Some choose to put in a few hours at the library or sports center while others choose to tutor their fellow students. Others, though, feel compelled to […]
Oluwadamilare Oyefeso ’15 Experiences at Easton Area Public Library April 9, 2012 Making the switch from CCLC to EAPL was a huge change because we as tutors knew the age range of the students we had and somewhat knew their reading level. But, at EAPL we could tutor students ranging […]
Danielle Noonan ’15 Experiences at March Elementary April 6, 2012 Tutoring has informed my experiences as a college student by reminding me of the importance of my college education. By helping students motivate and focus on their work, I have also motivated myself to be a stronger student. It is […]
Ben Drake ’14 Key Lessons April 6, 2012 One of the key lessons I’ve been learning over the past few weeks of tutoring is how important the role we as tutors play in being positive influences and positive role models for kids. I’m not saying I’ve been a poor role model, but I’ve just noticed […]
Lila Daly ’14 Experiences at Our Lady of Mercy March 8, 2012 Working at OLOM continues to be an extremely rewarding experience for me! Recently the kids have been working on rhyming, as they also celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday and have been reading lots of Dr. Seuss books. It is […]
Susanna Kim ’15 Experiences at Our Lady of Mercy march 8, 2012 I really love working at OLOM. My Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays are very stressful, as most of my classes fall on those days. Therefore, the hour and a half I spend tutoring is the most relaxing part of […]
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