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  • Service Fair - MIT Public Service Center
    hope to have new processes in place in the coming months quick links support the psc with a donation subscribe to our newsletter contact Questions Contact the Service Fair staff servicefair mit edu 617 253 0742 Continue exploring the PSC website what we do Fellowships Internships Grants Service Learning IDEAS Global Challenge Volunteer Programs Work study Four Weeks for America DUSP PSC Internships CITE PSC opportunities Focus on the Americas

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/mitpsc/whatwedo/volunteering/programs/servicefair/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Civic Engagement - MIT Public Service Center
    voting and more from Vote411 org www vote411 org Explore a U S state by state breakdown of voter registration deadlines www longdistancevoter org voter registration deadlines Civic engagement groups on MIT s campus Many student groups on campus address political governmental and issue activism related topics Here s a sampling of groups at MIT Amnesty International web mit edu amnesty www Association for India s Development MIT www aidboston org drupal College Democrats MIT collegedems exec mit edu MIT College Republican Club cshinkl7 wix com mitgop Feminists MIT feminists exec mit edu Global Poverty Initiative http gpi mit edu Global Zero at MIT gzmit exec mit edu MIT Model UN http mun mit edu MIT Pro Life web mit edu Pro Life www MIT Students for Bhopal latifah mit edu MIT Students for Israel web mit edu mitsi www Palestine MIT pal exec mit edu Science Policy Initiative http web mit edu spi Society for Open Science open scripts mit edu blog Stop Our Silence web mit edu stop www Student Health Advisory Committee web mit edu shac Sustainability MIT sustainability mit edu Western Hemisphere Project web mit edu hemisphere Women s Initiative web mit edu wi Also learn more about MIT student service groups which cover a variety of issue and activism opportunities Volunteering with civic causes There are many state and federal government offices political organizations and candidate and issue campaigns in the Greater Boston area that rely on volunteers to get much of their work done Some offer internships for college students usually requiring a commitment of a semester and a minimum number of hours per week Others may be more flexible Pick an office that intrigues you and call them to find out more Nonprofit organizations are also allowed to spend a portion of their

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/mitpsc/opportunities/civicengagement.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Davis Projects for Peace - MIT Public Service Center
    this directly to Alison Hynd at davis peace mit edu You can include additional materials that you think will help but please be selective Application Guidelines The two page proposal The proposal heading must include the following name of the participating institution name of all student participants title of project country where the project will be performed and project implementation dates Outline the project in a detailed two page single spaced proposal Think in terms of who what when where how anticipated outcomes and prospects for future impact The proposal must confirm the participation of any partner organizations or people The plan must be to implement the project during the summer of 2016 Proposals will be evaluated using these criteria A strong and clearly articulated relevance to peace Creativity and innovation Potential for impact Feasibility showing that the individual or team can accomplish the work within the required time frame using the available funding Competitive proposals will be visually appealing nicely formatted and clearly written communicating well planned innovative projects See http www davisprojectsforpeace org for more details of the program examples of past winners and FAQs We may ask successful candidates to refine their proposals with help from us before submitting them to Davis Projects for Peace national organization The one page safety and cultural impact statement In a separate Word document address safety and cultural impact considerations for your project This statement will be used by the MIT selection committee but will not be forwarded to the national organization sponsoring the Davis Projects for Peace Outline your safety considerations for the project What are the main safety issues in the location you will be working in What steps will you take to prioritize your safety and what resources have you identified to help you stay safe Does your project have any safety implications for the community you are serving and how will you address these If you are planning a project in a relatively high risk location you will need a particularly strong safety plan and work plan Help us to understand how the cultural context will affect your project Tell us about any experience you have living and or working with other cultures How might you prepare yourself for living in the cultural context relevant to the project you are applying for The one page budget In a separate Word Document or single page Excel chart lay out a detailed budget for carrying out the project during the summer of 2016 The budget should be well thought through well presented detailed realistic and practical You should aim to spend the full 10 000 you could be awarded If your total budget is greater than 10 000 explain your other secured and potential funding sources The letter of commitment from your key community partner The letter of commitment from your key community partner must confirm that the person or organization is willing and able to support your work this summer and believes that the work will contribute to

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/mitpsc/opportunities/davis/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • where to look - MIT Public Service Center
    with the many ways that you can participate The Outreach Directory represents the wide selection of outreach programs for children families teachers adults and others Read about the wide variety of Student Service Groups dedicated to community service of all kinds As well consider subscribing to our Community Service Bulletin that is emailed out every Wednesday to the MIT community interested in service opportunities To find out more about posting an opportunity go to bulletin csb posting form html You may also want to download our Quick Guide to Publicity at MIT We have much more to offer than we can quickly describe here so do let us know if you would like to meet to discuss how we can best help you quick links support the psc with a donation subscribe to our newsletter contact Questions Contact the PSC psc mit edu 617 253 0742 Continue exploring the PSC website what we do Fellowships Internships Grants Service Learning IDEAS Global Challenge Volunteer Programs Work study Four Weeks for America DUSP PSC Internships CITE PSC opportunities Focus on the Americas Beyond America Service Fair Civic Engagement Davis Projects for Peace where to look MIT Outreach Directory Student Service Groups Quick

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/mitpsc/wheretolook/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Student Service Groups - MIT Public Service Center
    to collaborate with local food banks and soup kitchens for volunteering activities mfwh exec at mit dot edu Global Poverty Initiative Global Poverty Initiative aims to instill awareness about global poverty issues educate about the role of the international community in economic collapse engage in in depth thinking about problems and potential solutions and connect peers with others involved in alleviating poverty gpi exec at mit dot edu GlobeMed at MIT GlobeMed is a national organization that partners grassroots organizations around the world with college chapters in order to improve global health equity Founded in Fall 2011 the GlobeMed at MIT chapter is partnered with Hope Through Health a non profit that provides comprehensive HIV services in northern Togo West Africa Our initiatives include training clinic staff in computer literacy and in the use of GPS devices which they use to map their patient population We are also working alongside staff to help setup a clinic database and mobile data collection platform that allows community health workers to easily manage patient data during home visits Among other goals GlobeMed at MIT aims to help Hope Through Health reach their goal of defining data collection and analysis practices that promote data driven decisions and improve quality of care for their patients globemed exec at mit dot edu MIT Habitat for Humanity Campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity International Seeks to raise awareness in the MIT community about poverty housing issues and to encourage participation in service events MIT Habitat supports local HFH affiliates through volunteer labor and fundraising mit habitat exec at mit dot edu Hope in Action Hope in Action HIA is all about community organizing In our case we work to organize the MIT Community around service We are a group of undergrads and grad students who would like to impact and influence the way MIT students interact with issues of local service justice and organization hia leadership at mit dot edu iHouse iHouse is a living learning community focused on international development work that aims to empower students by enhancing their educational experience through experiential learning leadership skills development and mentoring programs ihouse exec at mit dot edu MIT Innoworks MIT InnoWorks is a free week long summer science camp for underprivileged middle school students in the Greater Boston area Students get to do awesome activities experiments and missions while learning that science can be fun innoworks at mit dot edu MIT International Development Club MIT International Development Club pairs passionate MIT students with international NGOs Students travel to the project site to provide support to the directors of the NGOs work with a diverse student team and stive to have a real impact on the lives of people in developing nations idc exec at mit dot edu Leadership Training Institute Leadership Training Institute creates a sustainable community of diverse students and staff and promotes the integration of leadership service and comprehension of self identity lti directors at mit dot edu MEDLIFE We are the MIT chapter of

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/mitpsc/wheretolook/student-service-groups/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Quick Guides - MIT Public Service Center
    this Quick Guide to Publicity at MIT One of the entries explains our Community Service Bulletin which is emailed out every Wednesday to students interested in service opportunities To find out more about posting an opportunity go to http web mit edu mitpsc wheretolook bulletin csb posting form html You can repost the item as often as you like until your need is filled You may want to investigate the possibility of working with a Service Learning class or you may want to suggest a challenging service project for an MIT student to work on to work with you We welcome both US and international projects Thanks to the generosity of the MIT Class of 1996 we also can help US organizations that want to hire an MIT work study student but can t afford to pay for their portion of the wages The Class of 1996 Fund may be able to help by paying them for you Please contact Linden McEntire at email mcentire mit edu if you re interested in learning more about this quick links support the psc with a donation subscribe to our newsletter contact Questions Contact the PSC psc mit edu 617 253 0742 Continue

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/mitpsc/wheretolook/quickguides/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Community Service Bulletin - MIT Public Service Center
    Click here to subscribe to the weekly bulletin For organizations The community service bulletin provides MIT and local service organizations with a way to reach MIT students who are interested in service opportunities internships and competitions The bulletin is published via email every Wednesday during the academic year Click here to learn how to submit We will resume our web based bulletin once our new website is launched in 2016 The MIT Public Service Center is not responsible for the quality or safety of outside service agencies and does not screen volunteer placements or projects The Community Service Opportunities bulletin is published once a week by the staff of the MIT Public Service Center If you have questions feel free to call us at 617 253 0742 or stop by 4 104 To subscribe to or unsubscribe from the email list please visit mailman mit edu mailman listinfo psc volunteers quick links support the psc with a donation subscribe to our newsletter subscribe to our weekly community service bulletin submit your community service opportunity contact Questions Contact us at psc communications mit edu 617 253 0742 Continue exploring the PSC website what we do Fellowships Internships Grants Service Learning IDEAS

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/mitpsc/wheretolook/bulletin/ (2016-02-01)
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  • press room - MIT Public Service Center
    blogs and videos links to stories in the news and more Also be sure to follow us on facebook to stay on top of our latest news and events quick links support the psc with a donation subscribe to our newsletter contact Questions Contact the PSC psc communications mit edu 617 253 0742 Continue exploring the PSC website what we do Fellowships Internships Grants Service Learning IDEAS Global Challenge Volunteer

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