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Dear friends, We need your help to protect national service funding. Over the weekend, The New York Times reported that the Corporation for National and Community Service and AmeriCorps may be among federal programs being considered for elimination in the … Continue reading
2017 STUDENTS SERVING WASHINGTON AWARDS & CIVIC ENGAGEMENT MEETINGS April 28, 2017 at The Museum of Flight Seattle, WA Join Presidents, Students, Faculty, Staff, Legislators, and Community Partners for a full day committed to exploring, sharing, and celebrating student … Continue reading
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Join Washington Campus Compact in Support of AmeriCorps and VISTA Dear friends, We need your help to protect national service funding. Over the weekend, The New York Times reported that the Corporation for National and Community Service and AmeriCorps may … Continue reading
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The Palouse Fresh Food Project (PFFP) is an AmeriCorps VISTA-led project that builds on the service learning foundation of the Washington State University Center for Civic Engagement. PFFP connects students and campus resources to organizations addressing food insecurity on the … Continue reading
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Washington Campus Compact presidents and chancellors from around the state joined nearly 600 of their higher education colleagues from around the nation in a statement calling on United States leaders to uphold and continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals … Continue reading
Returning AmeriCorps VISTA Ashley Vaughan and her colleagues at the Center for Civic Engagement at WSU Pullman will give a presentation at the 2017 Continums of Service titled, “The Palouse Fresh Food Project: Impacting Food Insecurity in Whitman County”. Ashley … Continue reading
Institutional Level: Focus on mission, culture, structures Facilitators: Sheila Edwards Lange, President, Seattle Central College Rhosetta Rhodes, Vice President of Student Life & Dean of Students, Whitworth University … Continue reading