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Working together to make an impact

1, 500 students are involved in 65,000 hours of service including 23,000 hours of community-based courses

The CCE's mission is to prepare students for lives of meaning and impact through service, scholarship, and citizenship. Our programs work to strengthen communities and contribute to the public good.

Dozens of collaborating community members, schools, and non-profit organizations in Addison County, throughout VT, and around the world support this work.

Connect with Middlebury Students

Learn out about our connections by checking our volunteer opportunity guide and liking us on Facebook.

Request your organization to be listed in our volunteer opportunities guide by emailing our Program Director, Ashley Laux. 

Request one-time or on-going volunteers by creating a community engagement opportunity posting for our weekly updates newletter by submitting this newsletter submission form (details of what to include are in the form). 

John Graham codirector, Pete Kellerman, praised Middlebury’s 2018 Privilege & Poverty interns for the “welcomed and positive impact” they’ve had on the shelter and said: “The best advocacy for social justice requires an ability to make informed decisions, recognizing the different realities we all have, addressing those differences with intelligence and compassion. . . . Our interns will carry this unique experience with them and hopefully empower their efforts to reconcile privilege and poverty.”