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Now Hiring: Join the Red Cross Corps

WHO: Highly energized and passionate individuals who are prepared to serve full-time (including nights and weekends) to serve the mission of the American Red Cross. Ideal for recent graduates. 315 more words


Introducing Hands On Nashville's 2016-2017 AmeriCorps Members!

This Fall, Hands On Nashville welcomed a class of AmeriCorps members to serve in key impact areas. From leading projects that enhance our environment, to harnessing the power of Nashville’s corporate volunteers, each of these individuals will support H… 829 more words

"Hands On Nashville"

A Quick Update

Hello all, sorry my posts have been infrequent. Things have been crazy since graduating in December. I’m excited to say that I’ve signed on as a Corps Member with City Year New York for the 16/17 school year and will be supporting students through classroom and physical service. 92 more words

City Year

Flood Recovery in Acadiana

It has been a month since record rainfall tragically flooded our state and people are still struggling to recover. The flood waters have receded and Rebuilding Together Acadiana is currently helping in the clean-up process. 89 more words

Meet Dana Nichols, New Program Manager

Dana Nichols is the newest addition to the Greater Bandon Association staff, serving as a RARE (Resource Assistance for Rural Environments) AmeriCorps member. Dana will take on the role of Program Manager during her time with GBA, working to coordinate all of the exciting events and activities planned for this year. 166 more words

Greater Bandon Association

Celebrating One Million AmeriCorps Member Milestone

October 7th 2016 is an incredible milestone for the nation as we surpass 1 million men and women who have joined AmeriCorps to make our country stronger. 778 more words

Native STEAM: Exploring the fusion of science and native culture at Cabrillo National Monument

“One morning, as the tide went out, the old people came down to sit and watch by the shore. That was the way it was done in the old days.” [1] Strumming his banjo in accompaniment, Park Ranger Tavio del Rio shares the Nootka story of the “Octopus and Raven.” 345 more words

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