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Welcome to Cooperative Education at Antioch College

Antioch College is a place where new and better ways of living are discovered through rigorous study and experiential learning. 

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Antioch students graduate with a healthy resume, solid work experience, a fascinating story of adventure, and an ability to apply what they've learned in a real world context. Here are our stories.

 

Experiencing Intentional Community: Koinonia Farm

Before I enrolled at Antioch, I had developed a growing interest in intentional community. I was specifically inspired by the new monastic movement [as described by Jonathon Wilson Hartgrove and Shane Claiborne], which promotes a life of community, solidarity with the poor, non-violence and peacemaking, care of the earth, contemplative practice, and radical sharing of economic resources. I stumbled across several different communities that held these values, including Koinonia Farm in Georgia [www.koinoniapartners.org].

 

Learning by Doing at Buen Dia Family School- Trinica Sampson

Buen Dia Family School prides itself on creating a safe and nurturing environment for preschool children to explore and grow. Due to its location in a primarily Hispanic neighborhood, Buen Dia’s curriculum has a bilingual aspect, and most of the children enrolled can speak at least English and Spanish. The school provides the opportunity for its students to learn about cultures different from their own that they may not have had exposure to previously.

 

Learning to Lead in the Food Movement

I believe a movement has started; a shift in how people think about their food and the type of food they are eating.  - Diana Harvey at Nature's Grocerss by Vitamin Cottage

 

Kaleigh Harris '15 In The Field With Alumna Sarah Silliman '01

Sarah Silliman '01 and I met in her Brooklyn home on a beautiful Monday morning. She made us coffee and we drank it and talked in her sunny backyard. She asked what my itinerary for the day was, and when I told her I was going to see Shelby Chestnut '06 afterwards, she said "I know Shelby! I see her on the train." It's funny that even Antiochians who may not have gone to school together know one another and stay in touch. 

 

Ryann Patrus '15 at Melodic Connections: Empowerment Through Music

 I have been working at an organization called Melodic Connections. This organization provides music therapy to individuals with disabilities. They aim to provide this therapy at low to no cost to the clients they serve. Working in this environment has had a profound impact on my life and career path.

 

Kaleigh Harris '15 In The Field With Alumnus Viktor Maco '06

The D.C. metropolitan area has notoriously bad traffic that I hadn't anticipated, so I was late to lunch with Viktor Maco '06 and his girlfriend and their daughter. We ate delicious Indian food, and then took a stroll to a nearby café. We sat down and drank multiple cups of coffee each while my dog, Rufus, barked at passersby. 

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Experiential Learning in the Ohio Agrarian Trade Program: Mark Brimmeier '17 at Young's Jersey Dairy

Antioch College students bring small batch Ohio food products to market through the Ohio Agrarian Trade Partnership at Antioch College. Supported by the Ohio Board of Regents, the initiative supports student labor on farms, in small businesses, and organizations throughout Ohio. Read more here.

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Rachel Humphreys '17, Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio

For my co-op, I am working as an Education Intern for Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region. PPSWO is the leading provider of reproductive health care, education, and advocacy in Southwestern Ohio and Northern Kentucky. The Education department serves as a valuable resource and makes a lasting impact across the region, consistently furthering their mission “to provide human sexuality education which enhances the health and well-being of individuals in the community.”
 

 

Ciana Ayenu '17, CASA, San Francisco

CASA (Children’s After School Arts) is an after school art program in San Francisco for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. The students who attend CASA go to an alternative public elementary school called Rooftop, where the program is held. CASA helps children reach their full creative potential through art, music, and performance. The program is extremely effective in helping children maximize their self-esteem and self-expression.
Learn more about CASA here!