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Cradles to Crayons Experience

Joining Cradles to Crayons has been the one of the most eye opening and influential experience I have had at Babson College. For those that do not know what Cradles is, Cradles to Crayons is a distribution center in Brighton that supplies care packages to low income families and those in need. Cradles gives out…

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Why CAP?

The smiles on their faces, their open arms when you walk in, and their curiosity always brings me back to the kids. I have been working in the CAP program for four years now and it has been a great experience. This year, I am part of the Pusan Road after School program. I am…

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Pusan Road Program

My name is Leslie Parra and I am a Posse scholar and a junior here at Babson. I’ve taken part in the Community Action Program for about 3 semesters now. I’ve done the Wellesley Barton Road Program, the Framingham Pusan Road Program and the Framingham Musterfield Program. I’m used to being around younger kids because…

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Musterfield Program

My name is Leslie Parra and I am a Posse scholar and a junior here at Babson. I have worked in the Musterfield Framingham Program for 2 semesters now. This program has hit close to my heart because of a certain young man, Eric, that I found myself connecting a lot with especially this semester.…

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Positivity Goes a Long Way

After working at the Interfaith Housing Authority for the past semester, I have really seen the impact mentoring can have on these children. Last semester, I worked at the Musterfield ELP program and although we had a similar objective, the children that came were much less consistent so it’s a huge change to see all…

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It’s Not About You

Joining CAP: Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore a month and half later than everyone else, I was not quite sure if I would really fit in and enjoy waking up early on Friday mornings. Just a month and some change after my first day, I’ve realized quite a few things. For one, CAP…

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A’s Instead of C’s

I started the Community Action Program (CAP) freshman year, and now 5 semesters later, I am still helping children in the youth afterschool programs. I worked at Barton Road for two semesters and then moved to Pusan Road where I worked for three semesters. Regardless of the location, it was a pleasurable experience working with…

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Mini-FME venture

The Needham ELP had been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I have always derived a deeper meaning from helping others in my community, and having had the opportunity to be actively engaged, I feel as if I made an impact. As part of the program, the local high school students participated…

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