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Earlham became a Periclean college in 2010. This non-profit organization encourages colleges and universities to include social responsibility and participatory citizenship as essential elements of their educational programs in the classroom, on campus and in their communities.
This writing intensive course emphasizes the value of liberal arts undergraduate studies and such skills as analysis, interpretation and presentation as essential to the legislative process. Assignments focus on drafting, redrafting and editing as part of the legislative process. These experiences and resulting skills provide useful preparation for internships and jobs in government or as lobbyists.
Civic engagement is at the very heart of the liberal arts. I look forward to continuing to work with the Earlham community in translating our passions for public service into practical political life. Welling HallProfessor of Politics and International Studies
Because responsibility is a core value of Earlham's mission, we were pleased to offer our faculty and students the opportunities this organization provides. Avis StewartVice President for Community Relations