Leadership Opportunities

2013-2014 Program Coordinators

Apply to be a Program Coordinator! Deadline: February 11, 2014.

Student leadership, provided by Program Coordinators (PC), is central to all CPS programming. Students find voice and the power to find solutions for issues that are important to them -- educating, challenging, and encouraging their peers to continually explore community work, advocacy, and change.

Students involved with CPS, connect their academics, professional aspirations and personal interests in meaningful ways and become award-winning leaders!


Program Coordinators are hired to work with specific agencies and/or projects, allowing for the development of strong partnerships. PCs have responsibility for providing ongoing student involvement to their partner agency through developing and implementing projects, and supporting volunteers through education and reflection.

Ongoing Dialogue and Training:
Through Fall Training, bi-weekly staff meetings, a mid-year retreat, and advisee meetings, PCs are able to continue learning about local and global issues as well as develop professional skills and personal direction.


Community Partnership:
Community partnerships, the core of Center for Public Service programs, strive to be mutually beneficial - fulfilling both a community-identified goals and providing a learning experience for students. Program coordinators serve as liaisons between the Adams County and campus communities to ensure a solid partnership.

Learning Circles
Program Coordinators are organized into Learning Circles, which provide the opportunity to share and draw on the knowledge and experience of fellow student leaders, engage in discussions, and develop a support network with one another.

Campus Leadership
Program Coordinators support student volunteers through education, training, reflection, communication, logistical coordination and the fostering of community/campus partnerships.

Personal/Professional Development
Program Coordinators have the opportunity to connect with community, develop professional skills, and find a supportive environment to discover their voice in social change.

Kate Sweetland-Lambird '10 came to Gettysburg knowing she would get involved with the College's Center for Public Service (CPS). What she didn't know was that community involvement would prove to be a transformational experience, both for her and for children in Gettysburg. Read the full story!

2013-2014: PCs & PARTNERS

Stephanie Adamczak '15
Sustainability/Food, Land, People (Fall)

Rashida Aluko-Roberts '15
Upper Adams After-School Program (Fall)
Zakiya Brown '15
SCCAP (Fall)

Elizabeth Belair '15
Project Gettysburg Leon
Conor Brooks '15
Lincoln Elementary El Centro
Kathryn Bucolo '14
Lincoln Elementary El Centro
Andrea Buchanan ‘15
Campus Kitchen (Spring)

Abby Campbell '16
Campus Kitchen
Jasmine Colahan '15
Painted Turtle Farm

Chris Dellana '14
LIU Migrant Ed - 7th & 8th

Eric Harris '15
Sustainability/Food, Land, People (Spring)

Marli Horowitz '16

DC Outfitters
Joe Kirkner '14
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Casey Kramer '14
Upper Adams Afterschool Program (Spring)
Yaou Liu '14
Immersion Projects
Maura Magistrali '14
Campus Kitchen (fall)
SCCAP (spring)
Mary Maloney '14
Casa de la Culura Adult ESL

Liz Marshall '14
Big Brothers Big Sisters 
Melanie Meisenheimer '14
Campus Kitchen
Katie McCrea '14
Battlefield Community Gardens
Dina Mohamed-Aly '15
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Elena Perez-Zetune '14
Casa de la Cultura
Victoria Perez-Zetune '16
Head Start

Josh Rubenstein '16
Office for Aging
Sarah Scott '16
LIU Migrant Ed 
Dayna Seeger '15
Big Brothers Big Sisters