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Bat bonanza in West Virginia

Today, you’re hearing from Emily Peters, who hails from the little town of Alfred, New York. She graduated from Delaware Valley College in May 2013, earning a B.S. 789 more words

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AmeriCorps, Archaeology, and Service

The C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa is hosting our 5th AmeriCorps Team through November 12, 2014. I have posted several times in the past about the role these exemplary youth play in cultural heritage and community engagement in Southwest Memphis.   624 more words

Public Outreach

Working Hard for the Money

Yesterday I was super bummed about work. Before I left for North Carolina on Friday I talked to my boss about how things were working out with the position. 548 more words

22 authors collaborate to write book on how serving through AmeriCorps changes lives

One of the great things about the indie revolution is books that might not be of interest to traditional publishers can still find their way into the hands of readers and make an impact. 596 more words

Self Publishing

Gratitude for Simple Moments

By Amelia Davis, Community HealthCorps® Member, Salud Family Health Centers

It is only the second month of my AmeriCorps service term with Community HealthCorps®, but the days rush by, filled with hospital visits, home visits, and electronic medical records—all key parts of my role within the Transitions of Care program. 762 more words

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NCBI Trains New Energy Corps Members

Butte, Montana – home of the Berkeley Pit, a new non-discrimination ordinance, and a wonderful organization called Energy Corps. Energy Corps is a an initiative created by… 118 more words

5 Places To Apply To Instead of Creative Writing MFA Programs

Buried neck-deep in MFA applications, I have distracted myself from the very real possibility (probability) of not getting in to any graduate program by having back-up plans up the wazoo. 693 more words