Three seniors were chosen to represent the College’s Minerva Fellows program.
With a focus on community engagement, intercultural understanding and social entrepreneurship, the Minerva Fellowship offers graduates the opportunity to partner with international organizations that tackle a range of issues, such as poverty alleviation, climate change, and access to healthcare and education. Fellows support the efforts of organizations in ways that are meaningful and meet the needs of the communities they serve.
The College acknowledges that the COVID-19 pandemic could impact the normal travel schedule of the Minerva Fellows. But, Union is committed to ensuring that the program moves forward. If necessary, the program schedule will be altered to allow graduates to begin fellowships when conditions are safe.This year’s fellows are:
Kelsey Brodie, Opalka Fellow, The Global Child, Cambodia
Apryl Tovar, Opalka Fellow, The Global Child, Cambodia
Abigail Stack, Urban Light, Thailand