Peace Corps Palooza at CU-Boulder

March 5, 2013

Thinking about joining the Peace Corps? Learn about the experience from Peace Corps volunteers who have served all over the world, during the Peace Corps Palooza on Monday, March 11, at 6 p.m. in the UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom. The event will include round table discussions, snacks, information sessions and a keynote speech from Ryan Van Duzer, a CU-Boulder and Peace Corps alumnus who served in Honduras.

Dare to Dream: Public Achievement Inspires Youth as Community Leaders

February 5, 2013

Area youth did not grow up during Martin Luther King Jr.’s lifetime, but they continue to carry a torch for his ideals. Generations after his death, MLK’s legacy lives on through the young people who are devoted to civic service and those who helped spearhead the MLK Day March for Peace and Celebration in Lafayette in January.

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Former 'Dreamers' Give Back

February 1, 2013

CU students draw on own experiences in serving as mentors.

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Seeds of Change

February 1, 2013

Since 1961 when Peace Corps founding director Sargent Shriver, President Kennedy's brother-in-law, started recruiting volunteers, more than 2,000 CU-Boulder alumni have served abroad. What they brought back with them has shaped the arc of their lives.

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Benefit concert shines spotlight on student, homeless musicians

December 10, 2012

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Class project leads to holiday benefit concert for the homeless

December 10, 2012

DeOne student's class project has led him to see homeless people in a new light. The result of his experience is a holiday concert to benefit the homeless.

Like many people, Joe Cherof, a freshman majoring in business, had walked by homeless musicians playing on Boulder's Pearl Street Mall. Cherof would sometimes toss a couple of dollars into their hat. That all changed the day Cherof noticed a familiar face playing music on the mall.

News from The Casey Feldman Foundation

December 10, 2012

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Casey A. Feldman, 21 years old, was struck by a distracted motorist on July 17, 2009. Read more about Casey Feldman.

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Class project helps divert 170,000 pounds of food from the dumpster

October 24, 2012

Sean Wiese's project for a computer science class last year has been developed into a software application now being used by a Boulder nonprofit, and also led to an internship for Wiese with the nonprofit.

News Flash! CU-Boulder to Offer Four Peace Corps Master's International Programs

October 4, 2012

No longer will some CU-Boulder students need to agonize over choosing between graduate school orjoining the Peace Corps. Beginning in 2011, students in four graduate degree programs may do both!

The University of Colorado at Boulder and the Peace Corps are jointly implementing a broad Master’s International Program which encourages students to combine