high school and college chapters

Over the course of three years our high school and college r.o.c. program has expanded.

By spring of 2016 the original r.o.c. chapter at cvu had over 50 student members. Soon a nearby school expressed interest in opening a R.O.C. chapter at South Burlington High School starting the expansion of r.o.c. high school and college chapters with the same mission. 


CVU R.O.C.

Champlain Valley Union High School R.O.C. was started by Natalie Meyer in 2014. Currently there are over 50 members who actively participate in a weekly tutoring program (Heritage Learning Program). CVU R.O.C. organizes an annual  state-wide winter clothing drive and a separate school supplies drive. In 2015, CVU R.O.C., held a fundraising event for victims of the earthquake in Nepal selling free trade Nepali bracelets. They raised over $2000 that went directly back to earthquake victims. In 2016 CVU R.O.C. held another bracelet drive with proceeds going to fund the tutoring program for the 2016-2017 year. 


SB R.O.C.

South Burlington High School R.O.C. was started by Augie Arms in the fall of 2015. SB R.O.C.  participates in the Heritage Learning Program alongside CVU R.O.C. and was a key partner in the success of the winter clothing drives and school supplies drive in  2015 and 2016. 


MMU R.O.C.

Mount Mansfield Union High School R.O.C. was started by Isabelle Rabideau in the fall of 2015.  MMU R.O.C. has participated in New American tutoring programs at King St. Youth Center as well as coming to the R.O.C Inc. tutoring training event. MMU R.O.C. was an active participant and collaborator for the 2015  statewide winter clothing drive. 


Rice R.O.C.

Rice Memorial high school became involved in the R.O.C. tutoring program in the spring of 2016. Rice R.O.C. was officially launched by Anna Schibli in the fall of 2016. Rice R.O.C. participates in New American tutoring programs at all R.O.C. affiliated programs. Rice R.O.C. also be participates in all R.O.C. fundraisers as well as guest speaker series. 


Stowe R.O.C.

Stowe High School R.O.C. was started by Rachel Smith in the fall of 2016. Stowe R.O.C. participates in New American tutoring programs at all R.O.C. affiliated programs. Stowe R.O.C. will also participates in all R.O.C. fundraisers as well as guest speaker series. 


Burlington R.o.C.

Burlington High School R.O.C. was started by Zoe Moskowitz in the fall of 2017. Burlington R.O.C. will be participating in New American tutoring programs at all R.O.C. affiliated programs. Burlington R.O.C. will also be participating in all R.O.C. fundraisers as well as guest speaker series. 


MIDD R.O.C

Middlebury R.O.C. is our first official college chapter and was started by Mikayla Hyman in the winter of 2017. Middlebury R.O.C. will be focusing on college readiness for high school New Americans in all R.O.C. affiliated programs. Middlebury R.O.C. will participate in training programs for high school students, community guest speakers and events, fundraising for Project GIRL, and will be working on the launch of a soccer program. Middlebury R.O.C. will be the example for all future R.O.C. University level chapters. 


St. Mikes R.O.C. 

St. Michael's College R.O.C. was started by Katelynn Briere in the fall of 2017. St. Mike's R.O.C. will be focusing on college readiness for high school New Americans in all R.O.C. affiliated programs. St. Mike's R.O.C. will participate in training programs for high school students, community guest speakers and events, fundraising for Project GIRL, and will be working on the launch of a soccer program.