Apprenticeships at the Wilson Campus
- Law at Hill & Barlow -These young lawyers are hard at work prepared a
case about student on student sexual harassment for presentation before a
federal judge at the Evening of Mock Trials, December 13.
- Law at Kirkpatrick & Lockhart - These young lawers are prepared a case
about whether or not a butter knife brought to school should count as a
weapon. They presented their case at the Evening of Mock Trials,
- International Book - Working with a Northeastern graduate student from
the African country of Zaire, these apprentices are researching a
book/presentation about three interesting cultures including Nepal, and Puerto Rico.
- Jr. Park Rangers - These apprentices think that people should pay more
attention to famous women! So they worked with two park rangers
to prepare a tour of statues and monuments to famous women in Boston on December 9th.
- Design Fenway Park - Do you have opinions about how the new Fenway Park should look? Well, these apprentices worked with urban planners and architectural experts to come up with their own ideas and design for a new Fenway Park. They presented their findings to the
management of the Boston Red Sox on December 11th.
- Planning a Party - Great community events don't just happen - they're
planned. These apprentices planned the Resource Rodeo (December 16th) as
they learned from expert Marisa Coleman.
- Computer Repair - Just because a computer is kind of old doesn't mean you
should get rid of it! Instead you should call on of these apprentices who
have been working hard with MIT students to refurbish old computers that
will go to Citizen Schools families. They presented what they learned at the MIT Media Lab at Citizen Schools' Tech Night 4.0.
- Creative Writing - There are incredibly talented writers in our midst and have published a book of their original works.
- Theater - The apprentices in this class have been learning the fine art of
improvisation as well as how to act out a script from a famous play. They will perform on December 16th at the Resource Rodeo.
- Museum Experts - In Boston, museums are better attended that sports
events. A group of our apprentices has prepared a guidebook to all of the
incredible museums in Boston which they have visited this semester.
- Italian Cooking - Working with chefs Pasquale and Giulana, these
apprentice chefs are learning how to make incredible authentic Italian
cuisine which everyone can enjoy at the Resource Rodeo, December 16th.
- Quilting - Our apprentices care about their community and that's why this
class has created beautiful handmade quiltss and pillows to go to a homeless
shelter in Boston.
- Cooking Desserts - Cookies, pies, cakes and breads have been coming from
this class every week! Soon everyone can enjoy the work of these
apprentices at the Resource Rodeo, December 16th.
- Companion Animals - Many former racing greyhounds need good homes and
these apprentices have launched a campaign to get these animals
adopted! They will be selling their holiday cards at the Resource Rodeo to raise money to care for greyhounds and advertise adoption.
- Web Design - Which is really your best friend: a dog or the Internet?
Apprentices in this class brinhave brought the two together as create a web site for new dog owners.
- Health Crusaders - Childhood leukemia is a disease
that most people don't know about and a group of our apprentices is changing that with a kid-friendly web site about this illness.