Audrey Negro & The Geological and Musicological Survey Co.

Handing kids a book that they helped create shows them that they don’t have to wait to be “grown-up” to be authors, illustrators, and so many other things that they have the potential and creativity to be.

- Audrey Negro

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Audrey graduated last year from Kalamazoo College and started volunteering with RAWK when we moved into our new space here in the Vine Neighborhood. Right now, she works at the Pedal Bicycle Shop and is an Intern at the Kalamazoo Book Arts Center. Audrey has helped us with many of our programs and has helped hold down our storefront extensively. We are so thankful to have such a dedicated volunteer who cares about what we do as an organization and is excited to jump in and lend a hand.

“Volunteering with RAWK allows me to have great community-facing interactions while working in the storefront and leaves me impressed by the imagination of kids in Kalamazoo while helping out with field trips and workshops. I especially love that RAWK publishes student work. "