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GREAT STORIES FROM OCC’S AMERICORPS ...

Holly McCoy (L) with OCC Executive Director Stephanie Dodd (R) during a site visit. Meet Holly McCoy, AmeriCorps member at University of Findlay, and…

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GREAT STORIES FROM OCC’S AMERICORPS ...

Meet Kalena Speicher, AmeriCorps member at Kent State University and read about how she’s fighting food insecurity by bringing visibility to the campus’ food…

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2023 Student Ping Award Recipients Ann...

Ping Legacy Award Recipients Emma Hart – Oberlin College Parwinder Singh – Ohio University Ping Award Recipients Alivia Mae Kruczkowski – Defiance College Amanda…

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2023 David Hoch Memorial Award Recipie...

Ohio Campus Compact is proud to announce the 2023 David Hoch Memorial Award for Excellence in Service Recipients, Anita Ruf-Young from Cleveland State University…

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GREAT STORIES FROM OCC’S STUDENT...

Sophie at one of the Campus Cupboard locations Meet Sophie Senning,  AmeriCorps member at The University of Akron and LeaderCorps member for the SRC,…

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GREAT STORIES FROM OCC’S AMERICO...

MLK Day of Service Highlights from AmeriCorps Student Resource Center (SRC) Campuses SRC AmeriCorps members recruited more than 480 volunteers who volunteered close to…

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GREAT STORIES FROM OCC’S AMERICORPS ...

Meet Rebekah Gaus, AmeriCorps member at Ohio University Zanesville (OUZ), and read about how she’s helping fellow students break through barriers: Whether it be…

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GREAT STORIES FROM OCC’S AMERICORPS ...

Meet Paige Danner, AmeriCorps member at Ohio University Chillicothe, and hear about a recent project she developed to introduce campus students to the resource center:…

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