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Do you have something you’re passionate about learning? What is an idea, topic, or skill you’ve always wanted to learn? An experience you can invent, design and drive yourself?
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To be an advocate for change, you must have hope - a belief that positive change is truly possible. What makes you hopeful?
GLSEN wants to hear from LGBTQ middle and high school students, who are at least 13 years old, about your experiences in school.
The United Way helps people by providing support in areas such as education, income, and health care.
The Nature Conservancy works to achieve a world in which diversity of life thrives and all people work to conserve nature.
Sweetser provides treatment, support, and hope to people suffering from mental illness.
Leidos is a company that works to solve the world’s challenges in areas such as civil (e.g., the environment, energy and infrastructure), defense, health, and intelligence.
CAMBA helps New Yorkers improve their lives in a variety of areas including housing, living with HIV/AIDS, language barriers, domestic violence, and job skills.
Bread for the City helps to improve communities in Washington, D.C., by providing food, clothing, medical care, and legal and social services.
The American Red Cross provides disaster assistance, support, and relief.
Youth Outreach Services partners with youth in need and their families to help them discover what they can achieve.
The World Wildlife Fund is dedicated to environmental conservation. It works in 100 countries in global and local programs that strive to conserve the environment.
Volunteers of America works in human services, touching the lives of 1.5 million people each year.
Voice of America is the largest U.S. international broadcaster, sharing news in more than 40 languages with approximately 236 million people each week.
The Urban Alliance provides economically disadvantaged youth with the resources necessary for their ultimate success.
Located in Virginia, UMFS helps children, their families, and communities in need.
The Jane Goodall Institute strives to further the work of scientist Dr. Jane Goodall. The Institute inspires young people to help animals and protect the world.
The Education Trust works to create a fair education system.
The Student Conservation Association works to enhance conservation efforts in parks and public lands. The Association aims to inspire leaders of environmental change and to create a better world…
The Smithsonian Institution is a world-renowned group of museums and research facilities located in Washington, D.C.
The Service Employees International Union works to improve the lives of workers and their families.
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow helps youth and young adults in need. The organization works to end poverty through education, job training, and employment.
The Northwest Youth Corps helps youth and young adults develop skills to lead full and productive lives through various programs that focus on education, challenge, community, leadership, and…
The Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center works with youth ages 5–18 in Maryland. The Center provides support to youth in the arts, academics, and social development.
The Justice Resource Institute works to address a diverse range of social justice issues, such as HIV/AIDS research, LGBTQ services, trauma care, and more.
The International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) works in the area of global development. The organization aims to create a more just, prosperous, and inclusive world.
Graham Windham helps children, youth, and families who are overcoming challenges.
The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute works to raise awareness regarding the struggles of children in need relative to adoption and foster care.
The Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth helps children with extreme prison sentences.
Americans for the Arts supports the arts in America by working to ensure that every American has access to the arts.
The All Stars Project helps fight poverty by offering afterschool development programs that transform the lives of youth and adults through performances.
Abraxas Youth and Family Services provides drug and alcohol treatment programs for youth and their families.
A Wider Circle helps people get out of poverty by fostering and inspiring individual and community change. The organization provides furniture and basic need items.
A Family for Every Child finds adoptive homes for foster children with special needs and placement challenges.
826 National is a youth writing network with eight writing and tutoring centers. The network helps students explore their creativity and improve their writing.
Do you want to work with FEMA officials throughout the year to complete national projects which make communities safer, better prepared, and more resilient?
Are you interested in education policy? Do you want to improve your writing, research, communication, and time-management skills, all while making friends and exploring the nation’s capital?
If you are a recent graduate and do not have much experience in the workforce, you can find opportunities here! Internships are available for recent high school, college and graduate students.
Mentoring can help young people stay in school, get better grades, avoid using drugs, and improve their communication skills.
We all need positive influences in our lives to help us make the right choices.
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Increase the chances of receiving money for your education by applying for the right scholarships.
Do you like to use art to express yourself? Have you ever thought about using art to make a statement about the world and inspire others?
American Indian and Alaska Native youth, ages 13–21: Do you have a great idea for an event or project that could have a positive impact in your community?
Do you care about the environment? Do you want to network with other people who have a passion for caring the environment?
Join the ranks of almost 1 million AmeriCorps members who have served to improve communities across the country.