President's Public Service Fellows in the community

Katherine Romans, a student at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, stands with Ed Rodriguez, a community green space leader, in front of a tree they planted. Romans worked with the Urban Resource Initiative. (Photo by Michael Marsland)
Here, Romans helps a family plant a tree in their front yard. (Photo by Karen King)
Vanessa Williams ’14 of Timothy Dwight College teaches in a lab at Hopkins as part of Breakthrough. (Photo by Karen King)
Stephen Hughes ’13 of Jonathan Edwards College helps students develop their reading skills at Footebridge. (Photo by Karen King)
Carl Chen ’13 of Morse College leads a resume workshop for high school students as part of the New Haven Promise program. (Photo by Karen King)
As part of his work for the City of New Haven, Joshua Penny ’13 of Davenport College helps set up a presentation of plans for the renovation of the boathouse. (Photo by Michael Marsland)
Divinity School student Benae Beamon works with students at the garden at Common Ground high school as part of the New Haven Ecology Project. (Photo by Michael Marsland)
Law School student Sonia Steinway works with the Community and Economic Development Law Clinic. (Photo by Karen King)
Shatavia Wynn, also of the Divinity School, meets with Life Haven Social Workers. (Photo by Karen King)
Graduate School student Tyler Griffith works with youngsters at the Eli Whitney Museum. (Photo by Karen King)
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All told, 33 Yale undergraduate and graduate/professional students stayed in New Haven this summer to work full time for local non-profit and municipal organizations as President's Public Service Fellows. Here are just a handful of this year's participants.
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