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Fred Koch has a deep concern for social justice issues which shines through in his teaching. Among the impressive things he has done was working as a full time consultant to the governor of Vermont in designing and implementing a statewide work-training-education program for single parents receiving public welfare (for more info, click here).
He's always been dedicated to the welfare of families, spending much of his efforts working in the community to strengthen opportunities for pregnant teens and children with mental health problems. For him, teaching at Champlain is an opportunity to work with enthusiastic youth and he takes an interdisciplinary approach in the classroom.
When not teaching or working in the community, he is passionate about the Vermont outdoors, with sailing, skiing, fly fishing, and long walks with his dogs amongst his passions. He also writes a bit of poetry. You may meet him in a Positive Psychology course.