GW Newman Civic Fellow Named: Adam Graubert

Adam Graubert, a sophomore in the Human Service Social Justice and Judaism Studies programs, has been awarded the Newman Civic Fellow award. He was nominated by staff at the Honey W. Nashman Center. 

The Newman Civic Fellowship, hosted by Campus Compact and so named for it's founder Frank Newman, honors students who are committed to forming solutions to challenges in the community. Newman Civic Fellows have opportunities to develop professionally through mentorships, trainings, and workshops, focusing specifically on the needs that fellows need for future community development work. 

You can read more about Adam Graubert, his nomination, and the Newman Civic Fellowship here.