Submitted by Grettie vonVorys-Norton on 09/13/2018

September 11 is known as “Patriot Day” or the “National Day of Service and Remembrance.” It is a time when Americans honor the lives lost in the terrorist attacks of
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Submitted by corps on 07/17/2018

Panelists at second Taking Nature Black conference (Left to Right: Chancee Lundy, Teri Brezner, Tina Smith, Beattra Wilson. Photo courtesy of Audubon Naturalist Society) The following is part of the
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Submitted by admin on 05/31/2018

Blog by Ashley McNeil, Communications Assistant For centuries, the connection between African-Americans and agriculture was tainted by the institution of slavery and the exploitative labor systems that continued in the years
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Submitted by admin on 05/24/2018

Blog by Ashley McNeil, Communications Assistant   For centuries, the connection between African-Americans and agriculture was tainted by the institution of slavery and the exploitative labor systems that continued in the
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Submitted by corps on 05/09/2018

An update and reflection on the Moving Forward Initiative from Capri St. Vil, Project Director for the Moving Forward Initiative and Director of Education and Workforce Development at The Corps
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 04/27/2018

Video by The Corps Network, featuring fun facts about monarchs collected from Outreach & Education Corpsmembers, both past and present.   Internship program through Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa gives
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 04/05/2018

The Corps Network’s Moving Forward Initiative – supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation – seeks to address bias and structural racism in the conservation workforce and help increase the employment of young
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Submitted by admin on 03/29/2018

Via WPAToday, YouTube: “During the New Deal era, tens of thousands of Indians enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps. This brief film clip shows some of their work. The clip
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Submitted by corps on 03/26/2018

From the Americans exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian   Blog by Cassandra Ceballos, Programs Assistant, The Corps Network On Sunday, February 18, I found myself striding
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 03/12/2018

Every year, Service and Conservation Corps across the country engage thousands of AmeriCorps members. This year alone, The Corps Network’s AmeriCorps Education Awards Program and Opportunity Youth Service Initiative will
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