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way back in July I contacted you about my experiences in SCA and interest in learning a bit more about your work and the mission/vision of SCA, and think that it would be great to grab a cup of coffee some time.
You mentioned that you live in Somerville and that Cambridge might work? . . . let me know if it might work to grab a cup of coffee somewhere in Harvard Square one morning?
Hey Beth! Nice to connect with you. Unfortunately, I now live in Washington, DC, so I may not be able to join you at Bowdoin (though I would love to--it's a beautiful place!). I imagine you have contacts there, but if you need an introduction at Career Services or the Outing Club, I would be happy to do that for you. I first got serious about applying for SCA after meeting an SCA recruiter at Bowdoin, so--on behalf of current students like me--thank you for your work!
Hi Beth, Nice to make your acquaintance. Yes, I am still at Harvard - I just finished the first year of a doctoral program at the Harvard graduate School of Education (that is also connected with the Business School and Kennedy School). This summer I'm working with MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education up in Lawrence, which should be really interesting, but alas, it means that I won't be available on Friday July 20th - that event does look super-cool. . . I remember very fondly my time as an SCA volunteer and (while I have been an educator the past 15 years and so haven't had significant income), SCA is one of the few organizations that I make an annual donation to. My brother also did SCA in Alaska as a part of a highschool crew and it was an outstanding and formative experience for him, too. I've spent the past 10 years working as an educator at the secondary level in a network of schools called "Big Picture Learning" and I feel like my work was strongly influenced by my experiences in SCA. If you're interested in getting together and chatting some time about SCA, I'd love to. Not sure what your summer schedule is like, or if your travels ever bring you over to Cambridge or up to Lawrence, but let me know? - Hurrah for SCA (and all "real-world" learning!)