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At the McKeen Center, Bowdoin students discover ways in which their talents, passions and academic pursuits can be used for the benefit of society through public engagement.

During Fall 2020, McKeen Center staff will continue to help students pursue their passions and connect with community partners. Reach out to us to get started. Not sure who to contact? Here's some help:

 

Andrew Lardie

 

 

 

COMMUNITY-BASED VOLUNTEERING 

 

Sarah Chingos

 

BOWDOIN PUBLIC SERVICE

 

SCHOOL-BASED VOLUNTEERING/MENTORING

 

Tom Ancona 

 

COMMON GOOD GRANT 

 

FELLOWSHIPS 

 

Sarah Seames

 

LEADING FOR THE COMMON GOOD 

 

COMMUNITY ENGAGED LEARNING

 

Avery Friend

 

SERVICE NEWS

 

EVERYTHING ELSE

What does it mean to work in service of the common good? How can individuals improve the well-being of society?

The McKeen Center, named for Bowdoin president Joseph McKeen, provides students with opportunities to contribute to the world around us through creative and artistic work, discussion and dialogue, public service, volunteering, and reflective engagement in coursework and fellowships.