Learn to change the world at Sorensen Fellowship info session

How would you change the world with $4,000?

Students have used the funds to put social justice into action in a variety of ways: conserving the rainforest, fighting AIDS, spreading literacy and teaching orphans, to name a few.

Attend a Sorensen Fellowship info session on May 2 at 2:30 p.m. in the Shapiro Academic Complex Atrium to learn how you can make your mark in the summer of 2014.

The opportunity is open to current sophomores and juniors, and enables you to work on issues that matter to you at the organization of your choice.

The fellowship is named for Ted Sorensen, JFK’s presidential speechwriter.

To learn more, visit the Sorensen Fellowship website.

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