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    October 3 - High school students with learning differences and their families are invited to join representatives from Curry College and the Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) for an informative evening about the college search process. Representatives from the PAL program will include Curry faculty members Paula Cocce and Lori Lubeski.

  • Leadership and Service

     

    Community service is a great way for Curry students to learn and grow by actively participating in organized service experiences that successfully meet the needs of the greater community. Participating in community service provides students with opportunities through which they can reach out to the surrounding area and work to fight for social causes.

  • Men's Basketball and Softball Volunteer at Dan Breen Memorial 5K

     

    The Curry College Men's Basketball and Softball Teams recently took part in The Dan Breen Memorial 5K Red Shoe Run/Walk, volunteering to run the water stations, direct and cheer on runners, and aid in set up/clean up of the event.

  • Curry Alumna Saves Woman's Life, Wins Law Enforcement Award

     

    Quincy Patrol Officer Tara Kelliher Waters '99 recently received the Robert P. Dana Distinguished Service Award for Law Enforcement, after she saved the life of a woman who had been stabbed.

  • Curry Students Volunteer at Local Shelters

     

    Curry College students, as part of the Student Activities Office's Leadership Development Program, recently visited a Quincy homeless shelter to help beautify the grounds. Also, Honors Program students and faculty helped prepare meals for guests at Rosie's Place, a women's shelter in Boston.

  • Milton Times Features Positive Intergenerational Engagement Program

     

    Nursing students are bringing a series of health initiatives to Milton Residences for the Elderly, as part of Curry's Positive Intergenerational Engagement program.

  • MESSA Project Educates Milton High Students About Substance Abuse

     

    Curry College students served as peer educators, teaching nearly two dozen Milton High School students about media literacy, social pressure, persuasion, and substance abuse prevention.

  • Campus CJ Organizations Partner Up to Offer Civil Service Exam Prep

     

    Curry College Criminal Justice students and local residents came out in full force as Lieutenant Justin Hanrahan of the Watertown Police Department led a three-hour civil service exam preparation course. Lt. Hanrahan covered everything from how to dress for a job interview, to how to think critically if you come across a confusing exam question.

  • Students Get On-the-Job Experience with Elite Law Enforcement Team

     

    Students from the Curry College chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the national Criminal Justice Honor Society, recently had the opportunity to assist SWAT team members during a visit to a Metro SWAT training session in Plainville, Mass.

  • Curry Student-Athletes Volunteer to Help Best Buddies of MA

     

    Members of four different Curry College athletic teams came out in force during the weekend before Thanksgiving to volunteer for Best Buddies Massachusetts' Milton 5K Gobbler race/walk. Representatives from Women's Soccer, Cross Country and Tennis, as well as the Football team, helped out with this community event.

  • Curry Athletics Teams Volunteer at 18th Annual Monster Dash

     

    For the fifth straight year Curry College athletics teams volunteered their time to help out the Milton Foundation for Education. This time around, it was the Women's Lacrosse, Men’s and Women's Soccer and Football teams representing Curry at the 18th Annual Monster Dash 5K Race and Fun Run.

  • Men's Basketball Volunteers to Raise Money for Local School

     

    The Curry Men's Basketball team volunteered at the Walsh Middle School's 14th Annual 5K Fundraising Fun Run in Framingham. The team helped with multiple facets of the run - setting up the event, serving as the school mascots (Wild Cats), and cheering on runners as they crossed the finish line.

  • Women's Soccer Volunteers at Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk

     

    The Curry College Women's Soccer Team participated in a community service project, serving as "Cheer Squad" for over 9,000 participants in the Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk. The team exchanged "over 2,000" high fives with the walkers, including several Curry alumni, as they went by on Commonwealth Ave.

  • Men's Lacrosse Team Volunteers to Fight Alzheimer's

     

    The Curry College Men's Lacrosse Team volunteered at the Walk to End Alzheimer's event in Cambridge. The student-athletes collected signatures which will be sent to Congress to advocate for added funds to find a cure for the disease.

  • VIDEO: Curry Students Build Habitats for Humanity During Spring Break

     

    Every March, several Curry students opt to spend their time volunteering for Curry's annual Alternative Spring Break. In this video, the trip took the students down to West Virginia, to build homes for those in need through Habitat for Humanity. Check out the amazing video by Emily Aronica '16, courtesy of The 'Currier Times'.

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    Take advantage of the exceptional resources and services that Curry College offers to businesses, organizations, professional groups, families and individuals in our local communities.

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