The Corporation for National and Community Service plays a vital role in supporting the American culture of citizenship, service and responsibility. We are a catalyst for change and champion for the ideal that every American has skills and talents to give. Read More
Diana is an AmeriCorps member serving with the Fighting Back Partnership Family Resource Center. In her story, Diana describes her “eye-opening experience “ working to fight homelessness, child abuse, domestic violence, and other issues in her own community. Read More
Foster Grandparent Henry Green mentors and tutors African American boys, ages 8-13, who have been identified as needing individualized mentoring and tutoring to improve their academic performance. Read More
Several Senior Corps programs have small training projects that share computer basics with seniors by obtaining donated computers, setting them up in community locations, and offering classes or tutoring. Trained volunteers then use their skills to help preschoolers and elementary children learn computer skills or help children in after-school programs. This effective practice is a compilation of their experiences from a NSSCTalk e-mail discussion list request in November 2001.