Kelsea Moulton

Program Empowerment VISTA

Kelsea is the Program Empowerment Director for the University of Vermont’s three DREAM programs serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA through Vermont YouthTomorrow. Kelsea also served as a summer intern for the DREAM program where she implemented programming for communities in the Burlington and Rutland areas. Kelsea recently graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Anthropology. During her sophomore year at UVM, Kelsea studied abroad in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England where she discovered a love for traveling and learning about different cultures. Kelsea also spent her four years at UVM as a member of the co-ed service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, where she held several leadership positions and developed a passion for service. In the future, she hopes to go to graduate school for Higher Education and Student Affairs where she will focus on student leadership and development. In her free time Kelsea enjoys photography, cooking, painting, traveling, and having game nights with friends. 

Julia Dillavou

Program Empowerment VISTA

Julia is the Program Empowerment Director for the DREAM Programs at Champlain College, Saint Michael’s College, and Johnson State College serving as an Americorps VISTA through Vermont Youth Tomorrow. Originally from a suburb of Boston, Julia is a recent graduate of the University of Vermont, where she studied Sociology, Anthropology, and Mathematics. Julia first came to DREAM during the summer after her third year at UVM as a Summer Programming Intern. Since then, she has stayed involved with DREAM, acting as a Program Partner for the Champlain College DREAM Program, Office Development Intern, and again as a Summer Community Intern. Along with her involvement in DREAM, Julia was able to explore her interest in criminal justice while at UVM and was involved in several research and volunteer projects revolving around the Vermont Department of Corrections, including her own Honors Thesis, “Parents in Prison: An Examination of Parental Incarceration in The State of Vermont.” Julia is passionate about providing all youth with the opportunities and support they need to succeed as adults. When she is not working, Julia can be found hiking, exploring new areas of Vermont, and spending time with her horse, Hershey.

Thank you, Terra, our Lowell Richards Fellow!

Tue, 2015-08-18 13:09 -- sattridge
This summer, we were honored to have a Lowell Richards Fellow, Terra Richards, join us in our Boston office. Lowell Richards was a great friend of DREAM and after his passing, his passion for mentoring lives on. The fellowship provided important support to DREAM youth during a period of the year when there are few structured enrichment opportunities. Terra provided critical programming and opportunities for adventure and growth to youth in each of our six Boston neighborhoods.

Tiffany Trowbridge-Bernard

Program Empowerment VISTA
(802) 681-3982

   Tiffany is the Program Empowerment Director serving as an Americorps VISTA through Vermont Youth Tomorrow. She works with the Poultney/Green Mountain College Program, Willowbrook/Bennington College Program, and the Hickory Street & Forest Park/College of Saint Joseph Program. She recently graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with her Master's in Women's Studies. Tiffany also has her Bachelor's in Women's Studies with a concentration in Victim Advocacy from the University of Saint Joseph in Connecticut. Tiffany has been a Graduate Assistant in various academic arenas; most recently at the Central Connecticut State University Ruthe Boyea Women's Center where she was able to program and initiate many empowerment-oriented campaigns. Her interests include feminist theory, drawing and painting, adventuring to new places, and spending her days in the sunshine with her beloved Cocker Spaniel named Chester. 

With Your Help, We Did It!

Wed, 2015-08-12 10:29 -- mloner

Thank you to everyone who helped us reach our $50,000 Summer Appeal goal!  This is the largest Summer Appeal DREAM has ever had and it couldn't be more timely because this summer has been  the busiest Summer of Adventure we have ever had.  Your support has allowed DREAM youth from across our three regions to do so many things.  There have been countless trips to museums, parks, beaches, and sporting events.  DREAM summer Community Interns have provided hundreds of hours of enrichment programming in the communitie

Pages

Subscribe to Front page feed