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Rochester Alum Builds Youth Engagement at Community Health Center

Through the Rochester Youth Year program, Alykhan Alani ’12 (T5’13) works alongside primary care providers at Anthony Jordan’s Woodward Health Center to address the health needs of youth residing in the 19th Ward and Plymouth-Exchange neighborhoods

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Student Mentors Inmates at Local Correctional Facility

As a 2012-2013 Meliora Leader, Kelly Scull ’14 has become a mentor for incarcerated women at the Monroe County Correctional Facility

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Meliora Leader Tackles Smoking Cessation

Sanah Ali is working with the University of Rochester Medical Center’s Healthy Living Center (HLC) to help conduct a five year follow-up study to the Smoker’s Health Project

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Meet Samantha Whalen: Meliora Leader

As a Meliora Leader, Samantha Whalen ’15 helps women at the Sojourner House plan and cook healthy, nutritious meals

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16 Students Accepted into RCCL Leadership Program

Three-year program emphasizes community service, leadership, and civic engagement opportunities

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UR Habitat Advocates for Homeless during Shack-A-Thon

UR Habitat for Humanity promotes awareness of the widespread issue of homelessness through annual fundraiser

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Urban Fellows Embark on Summer of Community Engagement

Through the RCCL’s Urban Fellows program, students and community members team up to create social change

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Campus Leaders Recognized During Student Life Awards Ceremony

Eighteen students and four student organizations were awarded Rockys during the Student Life Awards ceremony this April

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New Meliora Leaders Program Offers Scholarships for Service

A new initiative through the RCCL provides support and incentives to students who are committed to leadership and community service

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Event Brings RCSD Students to Rochester’s Campus

College Counts Program Gives School #33 and School #19 Sixth Graders A Taste of College

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