All daytime and evening classes will resume at their normal time starting Thursday morning (1-29-15). This includes all traditional undergraduate and Adult and Graduate classes at all campus locations, including all ECE locations. 

Parking on and around campus is limited. Commuter students are encouraged to use public transportation or to carpool. The ENC shuttle to the E. Elm Campus and to the Old Colony Campus will leave the Wollaston T stop at 7:15am and 9:00am on Thursday Morning.

Campus Kinder Haus (CKH) will be closed tomorrow Thursday (1-29-15).

All campus offices will open on Thursday morning (1-29-15).

For more details, including a detailed shuttle schedule, go to:   HERE

Sarah Rushing
Sarah Rushing

After ENC, I went to the Peace Corps in Bulgaria from August 2006-May 2009.  I was in the Youth Development Program and worked with a non-profit to write and implement projects for local youth.  We sent kids on international youth exchanges, created a summer internship program for local high-schoolers, organized a number of trainings for the local youth, and loads more.  I fell in love with the people, the land and the culture, and extended my two year commitment to almost three years.  

 When I came back to the states, I started at the Brown School of Social Work, part of Washington University in St. Louis, almost immediately in August 2009.  I did have advanced standing and a great scholarship.  I chose to study under the Children, Youth and Families track and completed my practicum with the Wyman Center.  At this agency, I facilitated groups at an after-school program for an inner-city middle school, and helped out at a summer camp.  

While in graduate school, I also worked for the Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments.  There, I facilitated monthly groups for 9-12 year olds with visual impairments and took them on a summer trip to participate in the 2010 Rocky Mountain State Games in Colorado.  The summer trip was something like Special Olympics where they were taught how to throw shot-put, javelin, Ju-Do, etc. and competed with other disabled athletes.  Many of them won medals and were invited to compete nationally.  I particularly enjoyed that trip.  

I graduated from the Brown School in December 2010, and began working for Missouri Girls Town in February 2011.  I passed the test for my LMSW in June, 2011. I now live in Colorado and I work as a therapist in a residential and day treatment facility for children aged 5-18.



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