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Jennifer M. Hartsock assists the Early Learning Hub in developing a coordinated, effective system of early learning services for children and families at-risk. In the past, she worked as a lead teacher for a child development center, conducted marketing research and facilitated community events for two literary publications, and worked as a college-level writing center assistant. She dabbles in making videographic stories, writing creative nonfiction and spoken word poetry, and creating digital stories for The Resilience Project that screen at the Darkside Cinema during the Corvallis Arts Walk.

Cong Zhou, Visiting Intern
Poet, Be-Longing: Poetry, Photography & Zines, Linn-Benton Community College’s third Life in Art project with the Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center, the Photo Arts Guild, and Corvallis Arts Walk, May 2018

“Bare & Embellish”
Presenter, Stories of Strength: Resilience through Creativity with OSU CAPS, May 2018

“Makeup Is Art | A Visual Experience”
Model, FabuLex Makeup YouTube Channel, January 2017

“Community Picks: Jennifer Hartsock, Writer”
Feature, Community Picks with the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library, June 2015

Reader, Spring’s Light: prose and poetry fundraiser with the English Scholarship/Program Endowment at Linn-Benton Community College, May 2014

“Another YA author you should get to know!”
Feature, written by Samuel Snoek-Brown, instructor/writer, April 2014

“Jennifer M. Hartsock: Humanizing YA Literature”
Feature, written by Elizabeth Carlton, journalist/writer, September 2011