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Teach For America

Founded in 1990, Teach For America recruits and develops a diverse corps of outstanding college graduates and professionals to make an initial two-year commitment to teach in high-need schools. And after 25 years, more than 50,000 leaders have joined the...

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College Possible

College Possible was founded in Minnesota with the goal of expanding college opportunity, access and success for low-income students. AmeriCorps members who serve with College Possible provide an intensive curriculum of coaching and support to low-income students from their junior...

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FoodCorps

“We need to stand together to expand service opportunities in America,” says Curt Ellis, CEO and Co-Founder of FoodCorps. “Voices for National Service unites our movement in a single voice to achieve that goal and to enable organizations like FoodCorps...

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@Voices4Service

Thank you all for joining us at #FriendsofService last night, and celebrating these great champions of… https://t.co/pgkvUPa8zb

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Thank you @KauffmanFDN for being a champion of @NationalService and the work of @AmeriCorps and @SeniorCorps progra… https://t.co/EdPVCn7OOs

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We are grateful to @TheCorpsNetwork for their ongoing partnership in advancing @nationalservice, and for helping us… https://t.co/F9DXJFYXjv

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Thank you to the @Voices4Service Business Council for being true #FriendsofService. Your partnership advances the w… https://t.co/e1NaHgQuzi

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For exemplary determination, creativity, and results in building support for @nationalservice among our nation’s le… https://t.co/091Enme94s

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Retweet and tell Congress that Americans want to invest in – not eliminate – @nationalservice. #Stand4Service pic.twitter.com/M4r9w7YPCs

Head over to voicesforservice.org to find easy ways to show your support for @AmeriCorps & @SeniorCorps!

Do you believe Congress should expand national service opportunities in America? Visit voicesforservice.org to make your voice heard!