Reflecting on the Vascellaro Fellowship









Press play below to listen to reflections from Vascellaro Fellows Sazzy Gourley ‘16, who spent last summer working for two nonprofits in Moscow; and Angela Ramponi ’15, who worked in Providence with the Rhode Island Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner.

The Vascellaro Family Social Impact Fellowship was established in 2011 through  the generosity of Brown University Vice Chancellor Jerome Vascellaro ’74 P’07 and Mary Vascellaro ’74 P’07 in order to ensure that Brown students can explore their ideals and contribute their talents to urgent social issues – regardless of financial circumstance.

Fellows are selected from the incoming class of first year students based on their commitment to public service, their desire to make public service an integral part of their Brown experience, and their interest in deepening their understanding of social concerns.  As part of the Fellowship, they participate in the University-Community Academic Advising Program and receive funding to pursue in-depth community work during a school year and summer.

Meet this year’s three Vascellaro Fellows!

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