University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduates Jasmine Medley (‘12) and A.B. Stewart (’19) and second-year student Ben Washington participated in a National Service Panel at Our House Children’s Center on Friday, November 22.
To purpose of the National Service Panel was to bring together national service members from different programs and organizations in the Little Rock area to network, access advice from experienced AmeriCorps Alums, ask questions, and connect with alums and each other. Additionally, it accomplished the greater goal of unifying the national service community in Little Rock and provide networking opportunities and enriching professional development for its members.
Amanda Dolan, National Service Coordinator at Our House, and Corinthian Williams, VISTA Leader at Our House, facilitated the event.
Medley is a Regional Recruitment Manager with City Year and is in her second stint after spending a year with the organization as a project leader following her graduation from Rhodes College. Stewart worked as a team leader with the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps and is currently a Program Director with St. Joseph Center FarmCorps. Washington is a Reentry Case Manager with Our House and previously worked for Our House as a Summer STEM VISTA for Children in 2013 and a Health and Wellness Coach in 2016. For a full year, Washington served as an AmeriCorps Employment Coach with Our House.
The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.