As a fighter for the rights of disadvantaged communities, this Rhodes College graduate says his political activism “has energized and focused my service life.”
About Zachery GarrettI am a junior I play basketball
A passionate supporter of the arts, this Elon University graduate has coped with "fleeting bouts of imposter syndrome" on her way to becoming a "fierce female leader" and changemaker in her community.
The 10-day workshop experience, taking place May 18-28, will reenergize college students' passion for changemaking and community leadership after a long, challenging pandemic year.
The fast-food giant is testing sustainable packaging, including straws, cutlery, napkins and Whopper wrappers, in Miami and plans to try out reusable, zero-waste packaging in major cities worldwide.
Caitlyn McTier was in the fourth grade when she started an anti-hunger nonprofit for her fellow students, while Eric Harrison, a recovering addict, created an organization to help children of addicted parents.
Charlie Mitchell, a journalism professor, said the project is designed to educate people who have formed opinions about climate change without understanding how it relates to their daily lives.
LaDarryl Banks, who graduates from the University of Alabama's Capstone College of Nursing RN Mobility (RN to BSN) program this May, pursued a career in nursing because he has always been a natural empath and caregiver.
The free virtual session, led by Reagan Pugh and his team of changemaking coaches, takes place at 10 a.m. (ET) on Friday, April 23.
Students Oshea Beckford and Martavious Ginyard and instructor Annie Percy received the prestigious award for outstanding service in their communities.
In the Sullivan Foundation's next skills-based masterclass on Wednesday, April 21, Reagan Pugh and a stellar team of coaches help students answer the question, "What are your plans after college?"