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Deep love and healing

By Sister Emily TeKolste | December 20, 2016 |

To hear Ezra Kyle Meadors talk about his history with the Sisters of Providence is to feel his deep love for the community, Mother Theodore and the sisters and his gratitude for the strain of Providence running through his life.

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The art of hands-on learning

By Kelsey Hollis | December 14, 2016 |

“I really enjoyed how educational the experience was … I’ve worked on farms before, but nothing has ever been quite this immersive. I feel like I’ve been surrounded by more knowledge and more dirt than I have in a long while,”

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Sustainability and social change

By Kelsey Hollis | December 4, 2016 |

Isabelle grew up riding horses in Chattanooga, Tennessee, but she didn’t really enjoy it. Her favorite part came after the lesson, when she would care for the horses. Her love of caring for animals is part of what lead her to apply for the internship.

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From fashion to fiber arts

By Kelsey Hollis | December 2, 2016 |

As a child, Sadie spent much of her time doodling and sketching clothes. She felt it was the only thing she could imagine herself doing, and thus pursued it in college. An introductory textile art class inspired her to follow her current path.

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Passionate about food and nutrition

By Kelsey Hollis | November 4, 2016 |

White Violet Center intern Destiny James is a junior at Johnson and Wales University in Miami, Florida. “I think it’s important, before we ever cook food, to know where it comes from.” she said.

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New alpaca cria: Providence Sullivan

By Cheryl Casselman | May 19, 2016 |

The Sisters of Providence welcomed a new alpaca cria on Wednesday! Providence Sullivan, born around 11 a.m. weighing 20 pounds 8 ounces, is named in honor of Sister Ann Sullivan to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the founding of White Violet Center for Eco-Justice.

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Intern life — part of a living ecosystem

By Jackie Schwenk | October 21, 2015 |

The seeds we plant today will be our sustenance and seeds for tomorrow.

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New interns 2015

By Sister Tracey Horan | June 3, 2015 |
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Do you like to dig in the dirt? Do you dream of befriending an alpaca? If you or someone you know answered yes to these questions, then a farm internship at White Violet Center for Eco-Justice might be the place for you. As an intern you’ll get to work with the amazing people on our team as well as other interns from all over the country, in a hands-on learning environment on our certified organic farm. You’ll also be able to meet and connect with some amazing women who are members of the Sisters of Providence. Saint Mary-of-the-Woods has been their home for over 175 years. Intern commitments are completely customizable but we do require a minimum commitment of 3 months with a maximum of one year. If you’d like more information about internships click here.

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