Gelmar worked with Lafayette College’s Landis Center for Community Engagement, fostering community partnerships between the college and the cities of Easton and Phillipsburg. As a Community Fellow, he facilitated student-led programing and aided in collecting and analyzing data to expand civic engagement among students.
Fellows Profiles Listed by Partners
Since the program’s inception in 2001, 172 skilled graduate students have served nearly 80 public and nonprofit organizations in the Lehigh Valley through the Community Fellows Program.
Since 2012, Community Fellows have served the following partners (click on an agency name to learn more about these students’ experiences):
Lafayette College’s Landis Center for Community Engagement