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Charlotte News- Rocking the R.O.C. worldwide

“It’s important to be a part of the community, and that’s what joining a club does–it gets you involved,” she said. “It’s about getting to know people you wouldn’t know otherwise. And making sure everyone is taken care of is important.”


Seven Days- Soundbites: R.O.C. Out

"Her organization is doing exactly what we should all be doing: building bridges and supporting vulnerable people in our community and beyond."

Vermont Woman Media- June/July Issue highlighting Board Member Dr. Julie Spaniel and Founder Natalie Meyer.

Gift of Service: Dr. Julie Spaniel runs a 15-women dental clinic in South Burlington, finds time to volunteer around the world and to help refugees in Vermont.

R.O.C. Star:  dynamo Natalie Meyer, teenage founder of Refugee Outreach Club Inc. 


Voices of VT -"Vermont has the potential to be a sanctuary state for the most vulnerable, specifically refugees, because we are such a close knit inclusive community. This aspect of community is a part of our culture here in Vermont." 

Voices of VT -"Vermont has the potential to be a sanctuary state for the most vulnerable, specifically refugees, because we are such a close knit inclusive community. This aspect of community is a part of our culture here in Vermont." 

 Present Time at WBTV LP, 99.3 FM -Teacher Josh Knox and student Lauren Hagerty of the MMUHS appear  on "Present Time" to share stories and experience of being part of a R.O.C inc. chapter.

 Present Time at WBTV LP, 99.3 FM -Teacher Josh Knox and student Lauren Hagerty of the MMUHS appear  on "Present Time" to share stories and experience of being part of a R.O.C inc. chapter.


She-Files -Her Stories: What Motivated Teenager Natalie Meyer To Found An NGO.

She-Files -Her Stories: What Motivated Teenager Natalie Meyer To Found An NGO.

My Champlain Vally- Local 44 News: SB R.O.C Students talk about the importance about building relationships with people of other cultures.

My Champlain Vally- Local 44 News: SB R.O.C Students talk about the importance about building relationships with people of other cultures.


Seven Days -Leading Ladies: New American Women in Vermont.

Seven Days -Leading Ladies: New American Women in Vermont.

The Citizen -Student-run refugee outreach club thrives.

The Citizen -Student-run refugee outreach club thrives.