As a sophomore at Villanova University, Jessica Sardina enrolled in an ESL class with an attached service component. It was through this class that Jessica was introduced to the CCATE community through weekly visits to the organization in Norristown
To Emma, CCATE is so special because it focuses on long-term social change, rather than temporary social service. She enjoys seeing the community thrive together, dream big, and deny any internalization or limits placed on them by external oppression.
Caitlin Brady grew up on a farm in Missouri, but for the past ten years, she has called Philadelphia her home. She first connected with CCATE when she was working for a nearby farmer who conducted education sessions regarding healthy eating and growing food, and was able to volunteer at CCATE to help spread this education. Since […]