Civilian Climate Corps Programs Take Off in States Across The Country
The Washington Post | October 14, 2022
President Biden took office with plans to launch the first-ever Civilian Climate Corps, a federally funded initiative aimed at employing tens of thousands of young people to fight climate change. Across the country, states have launched similar programs to hire young people to tackle climate issues within their borders.
Volunteer Nation | March 9, 2023
Director of Research and Evaluation Mary Hyde joined Tobi Johnson to share some fascinating results from the most recent Volunteer Engagement and Civic Life census supplement. Listen to more on Volunteer Nation.
USA Today | March 3, 2023
Aber-clam Lincoln, a quahog clam believed to be 214 years old, was released into the Gulf of Mexico last week. Blaine, an AmeriCorps member, dug up the 2-century-old mollusk at Florida's Alligator Point, while collecting shellfish to make chowder. Read more on USAToday.
Connecticut by the Numbers | January 30, 2023
Connecticut's formal volunteers contributed 50.1 million hours of service through organizations according to Volunteering and Civic Life in America research conducted by AmeriCorps and US Census Bureau. Read more from Connecticut by the Numbers.
Public News Service | January 30, 2023
South Dakota is among the top 10 states for formal volunteering according to AmeriCorps and the Census Bureau's Volunteering and Civic Life in America research. Read more from Public News Service.
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