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2010 Fellows

Aaron Klein

A positive experience for our volunteers that fosters a continued relationship for future events, programs and needs at UR will also be crucial.  Urban Roots as a business would acquire new customers and additional sales through interest in related workshops/events and merchandising.  

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Aaron Klein

Elaina Mule

Communications and outreach to partners, public officials and the media

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Elaina Mule

Michael Dolce at WNY Apollo

 Explaining, marketing, and fundraising

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Michael Dolce at WNY Apollo

Mary Anne Finn

Worked with the refugee Resettlement Department at IIB with tasks like setting up apartments for incoming refugees.

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Mary Anne Finn

Zach Smith

The products of the students’ work will be policy briefs on targeted local economic development policies, print and electronic information packets on the work of the PPG, and communications and outreach to partners, public officials and the media.

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Zach Smith

JC Tretter

Preparing a marketing plan to showcase the HUB Pre-Employment Program as well as the candidates for placements to employers

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JC Tretter

Samarth Bordia

People United for Sustainable Housing (PUSH) Buffalo is a grassroots, non-profit community organizations working to rebuild the West Side of Buffalo.

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Samarth Bordia

Julia Burgdorf

The student’s work will be used to inform the Coalition’s future campaigns

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Julia Burgdorf

Thom Barnes

CEJ’s fellow will be involved, to varying degrees, in CEJ’s primary campaigns.

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Thom Barnes

Kwan Park

Since 1918, the International Institute of Buffalo has assisted immigrants, refugees, and others who face linguistic and cultural barriers to become self-sufficient, active members of our community.

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Kwan Park