Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/27/2021

Over the past year, there’s been a lot of conversation about reviving the Civilian Conservation Corps: the New Deal Era program that put millions of unemployed young men to work
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Submitted by Sydni Dobson on 05/26/2021

During the month of May, we highlighted how Corps provide training and experiences to prepare Corpsmembers for careers. We interviewed with Ashley Lavender, Director of Programs and Darien Parker, Program
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/26/2021

When we initially arranged to chat with Johnathan Phillips, he ended up needing to reschedule; he had been called away on a day-long assignment out in the field. There is
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/21/2021

Katie Thornton is a storyteller. As a Fulbright–National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellow, Katie helped create an educational module about audio storytelling for National Geographic’s Storytelling for Impact program. Launched in
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/13/2021

What’s the latest news about Corps from Washington? Read this update from The Corps Network’s Government Relations Team. By Danielle Owen, Director of Government Relations, and Josh Tuohy, Government Relations
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/04/2021

[Banner Photo: Texas Conservation Corps at American YouthWorks] How do national service programs help our country? How can these programs evolve to meet the changing needs of our people, communities,
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Submitted by Sydni Dobson on 04/29/2021

While Corps provide service to communities every day, it’s not often that Corps get the call to work on a rare, catastrophic event that destroyed their very own local community.
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 04/05/2021

When she started as Director of Operations at Nevada Conservation Corps (NCC), Aurora Pinkey-Drobnis had a goal: launch a program to empower young women in conservation. In June 2020, this
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Submitted by Mary Ellen Sprenkel on 03/31/2021

The Corps Network strongly condemns acts of violence and hate directed at the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. We are deeply disheartened and angered by these incidents. Unfortunately, as
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Submitted by Sydni Dobson on 03/08/2021

For Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting the Distinguished Womxn of Linville trail crew – the first identity-based program at Conservation Corps North Carolina (CCNC). We interviewed
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