Stories of Service
AmeriCorps members in Minnesota have amazing stories to tell.
Every day, Minnesota AmeriCorps programs and their members transform lives and get things done. Their actions and impact shows exactly what service to your state is all about. These are their stories. Subscribe to our newsletter to get them sent directly to your inbox every other Thursday.
Harvard professor and expert in recovery addresses the science of addiction and support MINNEAPOLIS, (Feb. 13, 2018) – The misuse
PNC Foundation Grants $580,000 to ServeMinnesota to Close Opportunity Gap in Kindergarten Readiness for Math, Reading
Funding to support development of programs to build skills for pre-K students MINNEAPOLIS, (Jan. 10, 2018) – ServeMinnesota announced today
One of four organizations honored for Reading Instruction and Tutoring Minneapolis, Minn. – ServeMinnesota is honored to announce that its strategic
Funding will support 2,349 AmeriCorps members Minneapolis, Minn. – ServeMinnesota, the state’s commission on national and community service, announced today
83 City, County, Tribal Leaders Recognized Critical Role of AmeriCorps and Senior Corps in Local Communities Across Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minn. — On April 4, 2017, more than 83 mayors and county leaders across the State of Minnesota recognized
Volunteers more likely to talk to neighbors, participate in civic groups, discuss community issues with family and friends WASHINGTON, D.C.
Washington, D.C., Minnesota, and West Virginia among #AmeriStates with top bragging rights WASHINGTON, D.C. – In celebration of the nearly
Last Wednesday, the United South Central Elementary School had a very special guest. Rep. Peggy Bennett (R-Albert Lea) visited USC
As 2016 begins, we with the Minnesota Reading Corps want to publicly praise a person who plays a huge role
For third year in a row, ServeMinnesota is a leader in national service with nearly 1,900 AmeriCorps members MINNEAPOLIS– Minnesota Reading
One of my priorities as CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service is using evidence and data to
By Emma Brown Public schools have long relied on volunteers to manage bake sales and to chaperone field trips. But