Despite unexpected shifts this spring, the five fellows closed out a fruitful year of building community, supporting social justice movements, and making meaningful contributions to their host organizations in Philadelphia.
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Get involved with civic engagement, social justice, and peace work at Haverford, through local volunteering opportunities, annual Fellowships for Social Justice and Global Citizenship (supporting summer internship preparation, experience, and reflection), community-engaged courses, and the post-graduate Haverford House Fellowship. Students and faculty are also regularly awarded funds to support new initiatives. Stay up to date with the latest initiatives here:
The prize honors young women dedicated to creating a future where the people who imagine and build technology mirror the people and societies for which they build.
Professors Tom Donahue, Juli Grigsby, Jim Krippner, and Josh Moses will join Center for Peace and Global Citizenship staff on the steering committee for the upcoming academic year.