Join us for a conversation with Mitch Crispell via Skype on life after graduation and leaving Ann Arbor on Wednesday, March 27 from 5:30-7:00 in the Spectrum Center. Snacks will be provided. RSVP here!
Mitch Crispell is a proud 2011 graduate of the University of Michigan, where he studied Organizational Studies and Community Action and Social Change. At Michigan, he was involved in several LGBT organizations and as an RA in South Quad. Since graduating, he has worked in Washington, DC as a tenants’ rights trainer at Housing Counseling Services and currently as the Development Associate for City Year Washington, DC. He is a participant in the Jeremiah Fellowship, where he is deepening his knowledge of community organizing and social justice within a Jewish framework, utilizing Jewish texts, values, and practices.
He is passionate about alleviating poverty, dismantling systems of oppression (especially those that oppress LGBTQ people), and finding a career path that intersects three aspects: work that does the most good, best utilizes his skills, and is most enjoyable to him. Finding this combination will allow him to contribute meaningfully to the communal work of social justice.