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The Smoot story demonstrates and champions the lives of the people who make our country run.
By reflecting on and learning more about the lives of teachers, journalists, religious leaders, city workers, organizers, and local citizens, we may continue to resuscitate this quintessentially American trait of civil service, as well as inspire and establish new avenues and methods to act in service of our society.
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A growing database of Jane Smoot's former students provides insight into how many lives a single educator can touch, her collected teachings evidence the tireless intellectual efforts a teacher commits to over a lifetime, and her insights on social and cultural changes over the course of the 20th century provide a profound study on America’s trajectory away from selfless engagement and towards private advancement.
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Flower Hill Internships will be posted as they become available. If you are an institution of higher learning or a college or graduate student, please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with an idea of how we might be able to collaborate. Internships are typically accepted in the fall and spring.