WELCOMING NEW IMMIGRANTS
What resources would best help new immigrants to this country? University Settlement spends $52 million annually to assist 40,000 newcomers to New York. CFAO Rabiya Akhtar ’99 helps decide how. Read more
OPENING THE DOOR FOR YOUTH IN NEED
How can we support young people with care they’ll actually use? As Chief of Staff for the New York City nonprofit The Door, Ted Caine ’04 helps oversee a one-stop social-service shop for teens and young adults. Read more
COACHING YOUNG PEOPLE WITH AUTISM
How can we help people with autism build a meaningful and independent life? At Daivergent, a training platform and coaching service for the neurodiverse community, Cameron Dogan ’14 leverages both high technology and human interaction. Read more
GIVING TALENT A SHOT AT SUCCESS
Why are talented kids from underrepresented backgrounds not finding success in the business world? Because they often don’t have the opportunity to prove themselves, says Nicole (Smith) Moore ’97, whose organization Sponsors for Educational Opportunity is working to change that. Read more
5 QUESTIONS FOR TODD KATZNER ’87
As a Supervisory Research Wildlife Biologist with the United States Geological Survey, Katzner does work that informs everything from renewable energy policy to the development of an avian flu vaccine for the California condor Read more
Around the Quad
SUPPORTING ALL STUDENTS
This year, Williston’s Center for Academic Success turns 5! Here are some of the ways this innovative center is helping students thrive and reach their full academic potential. Read more
The class of 2023 is remarkable in so many ways, including its size. There were 145 graduates feted at Commencement 2023, one of the largest graduating classes ever at Williston Northampton.
Head of School Robert W. Hill III issued one call to action to the class in his Commencement address: “I’m going to offer you just my one solitary piece of advice as you await your diplomas. That one piece of advice is this: Think small. That’s right. Think small, not big.” Meaning, do the small things right, class of 2023, and watch the big things fall into place.
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