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Nick Crossan, New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council

The Center for Public Service’s Internship Program is doing great things for junior Nick Crossan. Nick is interning at the New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council (NOCDC) located in Downtown New Orleans. Nick chose to intern with NOCDC because of his … Continue reading

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New Orleans Children’s Advocacy Center

One of Tulane’s very own, Madeleine Hudak, interned at New Orleans Children’s Advocacy Center (NOCAC) this fall. NOCAC is a non-profit branch of the Children’s Hospital New Orleans. It is a facility devoted to helping children who are victims of … Continue reading

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Outside the Classroom: New History Internship Seminar for Spring 2016 by Haneen Islam

Dr. Jana Lipman, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of History at Tulane, will offer a class in the Spring semester that will allow history majors and minors to simultaneously study Public History and complete their … Continue reading

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Harvesting for Change by Haneen Islam

The seeds for Our School at Blair Grocery (OSBG) were sown in Spring Break of 2006 when Nat Turner, a history teacher in New York, took 30 high school students to volunteer in post-Katrina New Orleans as part of an … Continue reading

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It’s No Debate: Tulane Debate Education Society Makes a Big Impact by Haneen Islam

Want to volunteer as a debate judge? Contact Professor Ryan McBride at: rmcbride@tulane.edu. The tournament is October 24th and there will be a training session (with pizza!) the week before. Prior debate experience is a plus, but not required. Read … Continue reading

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Summer Internship with Top Box Foods by Kelsey Scurlock

Top Box Foods New Orleans is a non-profit organization based in New Orleans that aims to alleviate the problem of food inequality in the city. New Orleans is known as the United States’ largest food desert. The American Nutrition Association … Continue reading

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Summer Internship with Woodlands Conservancy by Carleen Schwarz

The Woodlands Conservancy was established as a nonprofit over a decade ago in 2001 yet began in 1997 as a regional grassroots effort to preserve and plan for smart growth.  Located in the English Turn peninsula of Belle Chasse, they … Continue reading

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