Stories of Service
AmeriCorps members in Minnesota have amazing stories to tell.
Minnesota is experiencing the greatest housing shortage in decades. Increases in both home prices and rents are outpacing wage growth
Local diversity, equity and inclusion leader Sandra Pulles, PhD, was recognized with the Outstanding Commission Staff Award by America’s Service Commissions.
“There were a lot of bumps, a lot of setbacks, a lot of recurrences,” Marc Johnigan said about his own
AmeriCorps member Liam Poitra has collected the blueprint of almost every house he’s helped build. After years of building houses,
Most days last summer, Emergency Response Initiative AmeriCorps member Mikayla Reinhardt was on the move, making food deliveries from her
“You’re not just one person”: Serving at Second Harvest Heartland One thing Anna Lahr learned when she was captain of
Federal AmeriCorps dollars will place 3,000 members in service throughout Minnesota. MINNEAPOLIS – July 21, 2021 – ServeMinnesota has
Above: A Designing Your Life event. “Design” might not be the first word that comes to mind when you’re thinking
From Math Corps Tutor to Board Member: Sumee Lee’s Journey to Lead Our Racial Equity and Inclusion Board Committee
After graduating from college in South Korea, Sumee Lee returned to Minnesota to serve as a Math Corps member in
As it was for so many of us, the summer of 2020 was a turning point for David Talarico. “Until
Even before the pandemic hit, the precariously housed population was growing in Minnesota and nationwide. Experts predict that the past
Reading Corps and Math Corps Join National Tutoring Coalition to Reach 4 Million Students During Pandemic Recovery
A proven, Minnesota-born model that has already boosted the reading and math skills of hundreds of thousands of students across