This is how you begin to fix a broken system.
In partnership with Service Year Alliance
With Service Year Alliance, Habitat for Humanity Charlotte always has the help it needs to ensure families have a roof over their heads.
New York has taken the traditional boot camp program and turned it on its head. The result? Lower recidivism rates and incarceration expenses.
In New York City’s most crime-troubled neighborhoods, service year corps members are teaching their neighbors environmental sustainability practices — all the while learning essential job skills for the workforce.
Presented by Travis Manion Foundation
“You weren’t part of a military family if you weren’t strong,” says Ryan Manion.
When a state of emergency was declared due to lead in the main water supply of Flint, Mich., service year corps members were already on the ground. Now, they’re key to the community’s long-term recovery effort.
Presented by Mayor's Office for Economic Opportunity
This New York City office uses an evidence-based approach to address inequality.
A four-star general makes the case for national service.
Presented by EveryoneOn
This is how you close the digital divide and increase internet accessibility.
Presented by Horizons National
This project-based learning program gives kids the feeling that they’re attending summer camp, not summer school.
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