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Rochester AmeriCorps Teams Up with MCC Instructor for a Powerful Training

On December 6, 2019 Rochester AmeriCorps held their December Member Development Day that included a training with Ronalyn (Ronnie) Pollack an adjunct instructor in the Health and Physical Education Department and Executive Director of the Native American Cultural Center. Her training was on Intergenerational trauma and forgiveness. To process her incredibly powerful training we had Kim Best, MT-BC, Board Certified Music Therapist, show us how to use music as a form of self-care. Our program Coordinator Erin Murphy also led our members through an activity focused on how our past experiences impact where we are currently and where we want to be in the future. If you are interested in serving the Rochester Community and participating in personal and professional trainings like these, applications for our cohort that starts in September 2020 will be available starting in January 2020. For more information please visit our website

Erin Murphy