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Who are the Dayton Civic Scholars?

Eva Schuller, a graduate assistant with the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community discusses what the Dayton Civic Scholars program is all about. She also discusses the impact the program has on its involved students and the positive impact on the Dayton community. Applications open in mid January and are due February 15.

Visit the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community website for more information.

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Community Collaboration and Activism

When I discovered the opportunity that is the Fitz Center’s Semester of Service program, I was thrilled at the chance to work in a hands-on position within Dayton’s community.  The program catered to my professional and community interests and I was matched with Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, or ABLE.
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What is the RiverMobile?

Felicity Nolder, a Marianist PULSE volunteer with the RiverMobile discusses what the RiverMobile is, how it relates the River Steward’s goal and why it is important to her. At the conclusion of the video, there is information on how to get involved with the River Stewards.

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