This summer I am working at Gould Farm. There are many ways to describe Gould Farm and to explain what they do but, overall, they are a community that focuses on the rehabilitation of people with specific mental disabilities, such as schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder,
I am now about a month into my time in Coon Rapids, Iowa, a time that has been personally challenging in a number of ways. I usually dread co-ops. They tend to be a time of loneliness and economic strain. For some reason, I was
It’s be a good place to start by saying my co-op is a little unorthodox from an Antioch student’s normal co-op, though, there is a reason I am doing this. My co-op is located all around Southwestern Ohio, as I shadow physical therapists around the
Monica Bongue is the owner of Muddy Fork Farm https://www.muddyforkfarm.com and at the heart of her work she is an ecosystem manager. She manages not only the abundant plant life that grows on her farm, but also the animals and insects that use her fields.
My fourth co-op finds me in Washington D.C. living with Antioch alums Karen and Jim Foreit. Essentially this has been an independent research co-op, as Karen Velasquez, Kevin Mulhall, Jane Foreman, Keegan Busick, Hanna Strange and I received a grant from the Great Lakes Colleges
For her first co-op, Hannah returned to her home state of Texas, where she became a data collector for the Research and Development Corporation (RAND) within the City Parks Alliance (CPA) group. Hannah was able to put her skills to work aiding in the collection of data contributing