“What are you doing this summer, Jennie?”
Good question. The Pace Center for Civic Engagement website has good answers.
It’s been 3 months since the 2017 Bogle Fellows were announced!
What exactly is the Bogle Fellowship, you ask?
How does one apply to be a Bogle Fellow?
In case you missed it, here are the 2017 profiles:
Jennie Yang ’20
I will be in Troy, Michigan conducting water quality tests and biotic surveys at the Stage Nature Center. I hope to achieve my goal of updating their exhibit hall space to reflect my findings and educate children about the importance of environmental stewardship.
I applied to be a Bogle Fellow because I was drawn to the idea of civic service having a broad interpretation. Service is mutual–it has a wide-reaching impact on both the individual and society, and I am interested in addressing environmental issues as a Bogle Fellow.
^ That’s me!
My Bogle Fellowship starts tomorrow (Tuesday), and I couldn’t be more excited.
I’ll keep you posted with words and pictures!
And a better description of what I’m doing for that matter…
It’s almost midnight though, so time for me to sign off.
Water you doing this summer?