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Puget SoundCorps Helps Stomp out Knotweed

Each year, the King County Noxious Weed Control Program gets a great boost of support from the Puget SoundCorps, a branch of the Washington Conservation Corps’ AmeriCorps Program. 448 more words

Program News

What does it even mean to be an ‘adult?’ Usually when I hear the word adult used to describe something it means there is alcohol or vegetables involved.

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Learning, Planting, and Preserving Homelands with the Mashpee Wampanoag

The Mashpee Wampanoag (Wopanaak) Tribe, the People of The First Light, have lived in the Eastern Massachusetts area for thousands of years. The Mashpee, are one of the sixty-nine Tribes that existed of the Wampanoag Nation, which extended from present-day Provincetown, Massachusetts to Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. 841 more words

Blog Entries

The Beginning: The Human Experience

Welcome to my space. I hope you can find some comfort here, some words of wisdom or maybe even a laugh. I want to explore all things worldly with you; humans and how we interact with each other and the environment. 730 more words


V is for Victorious: Impact Story

For many, the words summer and reading do not go hand in hand, but thanks to the work of Carolina Esparza and Cesar Patoni, AmeriCorps VISTA members working on the TAMIU-LBV program, many elementary students in Laredo, Texas did just that. 191 more words


National Service Member Spotlight - Holli Erkson

Submission by Phoebe Trepp, Executive Director at Willis Dady Homeless Services in Cedar Rapids

Holli Erkson’s service should be highlighted in the National Service Member Spotlight – she’s amazing! 864 more words

50 Faces Of Volunteerism

AmeriCorps Q&A: Breanna Rack, Corporate Partner Program AmeriCorps Member

By Natalie Hurd

Last August, Hands On Nashville welcomed a new class of AmeriCorps members to serve on our environmental, youth and education, and corporate teams. 453 more words