About the Ware Institute

The Ware Institute for Civic Engagement provides high-quality, transformative experiential learning opportunities that empower students to make a positive impact within their local and global communities. 

Through reciprocal partnerships with a variety of non-profit organizations, the Ware Institute creates internships and volunteer opportunities for students to learn more about their communities and what it means to be a thoughtful citizen. 

 

Impacting the Community

Story 4/8/2015

Kevin Gallagher '17, PIT Planning Intern

PIT was a great introduction into my college life. The friends I have made through this program are the ones that have stuck with me throughout the rest of college.  

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Story 4/6/2015

P.I.T. (Putting It Together in the Community)

“I wanted to do PIT to come up to campus early, get to know my surroundings and peers. You’re kind of like the expert when everybody comes”. Jenny Deasy   

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The Pulse

Story 4/8/2015

Kevin Gallagher '17, PIT Planning Intern

PIT was a great introduction into my college life. The friends I have made through this program are the ones that have stuck with me throughout the rest of college.  

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Story 3/31/2015

Ryan Von Kleeck '15, An Unmet Need for Medicine in Central...

"It was amazing how much trust the Hondurans had in us and the gratefulness they expressed for what we were doing."

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Story 2/26/2015

Scott Onigman, '15, F&M Works Intern

Scott Onigman ‘15 Economic Development Company of Lancaster County, Research & Assessment Intern “My internship made it possible for me to apply what I have learned in the classroom in a...

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