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Co-Curricular and Leadership Opportunities

Adventure Sports Center

The St. Mike's Adventure Sports Center is a great way to stay active and engage in the Saint Mike's community. The program offers training and outings in kayaking, climbing, skiing/riding and mountain biking. In addition, the program offers training as an instructor in any of the activities offered and to be a member of the wilderness program staff.

For More Information About the Adventure Sports Center:

Todd Wright, Director of Adventure Sports Center
Ground Floor, Alumni North
twright@smcvt.edu or at 802.654.2614

Eben Widlund, Assistant Director of Adventure Sports Center
Ground Floor, Alumni North
wwidlund@smcvt.edu or at 802.654.2614

Saint Michael's Fire and Rescue Squad

For over 35 years, the student-run Fire and Rescue Squad has been saving lives and property in the communities that surround Saint Michael's College. On duty at all times, the Fire and Rescue Squad responds to an average of 2,400 rescue and 600 fire calls, making them one of the busiest squads in the state of Vermont. Located on campus, the Robert E. Sutton Fire and Rescue Station is a state of the art facility that houses two ambulances, two pump trucks and a squad truck. 

Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts

MOVE is at the heart of the Saint Michael’s experience: service to others. The MOVE program is an opportunity to continue your service to community and country. MOVE is student run and led and operates over 20 volunteer programs within the local community. MOVE also offers extended service trips to national and international locations.

For More About MOVE or Any Volunteer Efforts:

Kate Floyd, Assistant Director of Volunteer Services 
Alliot Student Center, Room 124
kfloyd@smcvt.edu or at 802.654.2674

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