REACH Corps FY19 End of Grant Evaluation

The Ready to Extend a Caring Hand (REACH) program is based on the Check and Connect model. This model is a mentoring program that aims to reduce the number of student absences from school and increase academic engagement. Students who are at risk of disengagement or dropping out of school are assigned a mentor. Mentors monitor school attendance and academic performance and connect assigned students with resources through one-on-one meetings or in small groups.    

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Impact Evaluation Report 2021: Washington Conservation Corps Restoration Methods

The Washington Conservation Corps in partnership with city of Bellingham, established, maintained, and monitored a native plant restoration site near Anderson Creek in the Lake Whatcom watershed for a four-year period from 2018 through summer 2021. At the test site, Washington Conservation Corps applied three site treatments that are restoration methods used by the organization.

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Birth and Beyond AmeriCorps: AmeriCorps Quasi- Experimental Program Evaluation 2018-2021

The Birth & Beyond (B&B) Family Resource Center Initiative, an AmeriCorps State and National program, supports families at risk of child maltreatment with weekly home visits by AmeriCorps members. AmeriCorps home visitors employ the evidence-based parent education curriculum, the Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP), and assess parents using the Adult-Adolescent Parenting Inventory (AAPI) to determine the risk of child maltreatment.    

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Evaluation of College Possible's College-Fit Initiative 2018-2020

The College Possible program supports college admission and success for low-income students through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support by near-peer coaches. The program also supports students to find and enroll in their best-fit college to increase their chances of persisting and graduating college.    

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Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Submitted by mbrodbeck on Mon, 05/23/2022 - 14:09


Benjamin is AmeriCorps' first chief diversity and inclusion officer. He joins AmeriCorps from the Department of Education, where he was deputy chief human capital officer and worked as a change strategist and executive leader for the agency's operational functions. Benjamin was also the managing executive for the department’s diversity, equity, and inclusion program and led the agency’s Diversity and Inclusion Council.