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Stephanie Mishik ’07 (Mantua, N.J.) and Lori Gonzalez ’09 (Bronx, N.Y.) will give a presentation on the collaboration between their campus service organizations at the annual Pennsylvania Campus Compact conference held this weekend in Harrisburg, Pa.

Mishik, a double major in psychology and government & law, is fundraising chair of the Alternative School Break Club’s executive board, and Gonzalez is a member of Lafayette’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders.

The conference theme is “Shall We Dance? Tapping Into Campus/Community Partnerships.” The Lafayette students will discuss how Alternative School Break and Engineers Without Borders work in partnership on various community development projects in Lagunitas, Honduras, including creating a sustainable water source and other endeavors to support the rural village. Their presentation will be an interactive roundtable discussion focused on sharing ideas, resources, and best practices.

Bonnie Winfield, director of the Landis Community Outreach Center, and Kirsten Rutkowski, AmeriCorps*VISTA worker at the Landis Center, will accompany the students.

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