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Terrica Mitchell CPDC ServiceWorksTerrica Mitchell

Terrica Mitchell, originally from Tampa, FL, is a recent graduate of Mary Baldwin University (Staunton, VA) with a B.A. in Political Science. In college she served as an active leader in numerous organizations including: Black Student Alliance, Minority Clubs United, Ida B. Wells Society and was a “Big Sista” in the Ubuntu Mentoring program. Along with her various campus roles, she worked in the Office of Institutional Advancement and the Office of Inclusive Excellence. As a ‘Boldy Baldwin’ woman, Terrica dares to be intentional and dedicated to civic engagement and seeks out opportunities to give back to communities.

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“The Power of Looking Back to Move Forward”|CPDC ServiceWorks Blog

The Power of Looking Back to Move Forward| Black History Month By: Terrica Mitchell, ServiceWorks Over the past few weeks I have had the pleasure of mentoring a scholar through our ServiceWorks program and recently we entered into a conversation about the stereotyping and perception of black males in...

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“Be the Change You Wish to See”| CPDC ServiceWorks Blog

Be the Change You Wish to See: 2016 MLK National Day of Service By: Terrica Mitchell, CPDC ServiceWorks “New year, new me.” It’s a frequently shared sentiment this time of year as we are eager to put our best foot forward for better days to come. I believe this:...

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“Reconsidering Who ‘Opportunity Youth’ Are”| CPDC ServiceWorks Blog

Reconsidering Who ‘Opportunity Youth’ Are By: Terrica Mitchell, CPDC ServiceWorks Recently, The Aspen Institute extended an invitation to ServiceWorks to participate in a discussion about ‘opportunity youth.’ Because we have recently completed our first cohort of ServiceWorks at Edgewood Commons and Stony Brook, this discussion was both timely and meaningful....

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“Planting Seeds of Hope”| CPDC ServiceWorks Blog

“Planting Seeds of Hope” By: Terrica Mitchell, CPDC ServiceWorks Over the past few months in Edgewood there have been some heartbreaking events that shook up the community–but also brought people together in one way or another. I must admit entering into this community felt like walking into the unknown, however,...

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Meet the CPDC ServiceWorks Team!

Meet the CPDC ServiceWorks Team Introducing the five dynamic young women—all with a passion for service and community-building—who are CPDC’s ServiceWorks VISTA team! Between now and July 2016, the team will deliver a youth service and employability training program that will provide professional development, networking, and project management skills...

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