Molly exemplifies a student leader who is making significant contributions to the development of her peers, and to the local and global communities. Molly is an AmeriCorps alumnus, and now serves a Student Ambassador in the Office of Community Impact. She dedicates her time to engaging her peers in service and serving the area through community identified projects. Molly is responsible for the coordination of the annual Angel Tree Project, which provides holiday gifts to children in the local Plymouth area. In addition, she is an Alternative Spring Break Coordinator, and has participated in three domestic and international service trips. Molly spends her time as a Plymouth State student ensuring her peers have intentionally designed and highly ethical service experiences.
My passion for service learning evolved during my ten months spent working as an AmeriCorps NCCC Corps Member after graduating high school. Now that I am at Plymouth State University, I'm grateful I can continue pursing this passion as a Student Ambassador in the Office of Community Impact. I facilitate the Angel Tree Project on campus, getting donations out to approximately 300 local children during the holiday season. I am also involved in the Alternative Spring Break Club and the International Service Trip group. Most recently, I traveled to Westmoreland, Jamaica with a group of students to volunteer at the Association of Clubs, and I am currently planning a trip to Pennsylvania to spend a week volunteering at an eco-farm. I am extremely passionate about service learning, as well as inspiring fellow students to advocate for social justice issues. My goal is to pursue a career in a community service related field. I love to volunteer, hike, read, ski, and hang out with animals.