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Ohio Campus Compact Student Resource Center AmeriCorps members participated in MLK Day of Service projects during the month of January in honor of Dr….

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In November, some of our AmeriCorps members and program staff attended a Service Speaks Training that is sponsored by ServeOhio, Ohio’s commission on service…

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Meet Johnathan Roberts, AmeriCorps member at Ohio University Chillicothe, and read about how the Student Resource Center engaged the local community, including the mayor,…

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Ohio Campus Compact provides training and professional development opportunities to our AmeriCorps members. Eight members representing five campuses attended ServeOhio’s Conference on Service and…

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  Meet Alaina Giovengo, AmeriCorps member at Baldwin Wallace University, and read about how the Student Resource Center is bringing awareness to the stigmas…

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Meet Jared LaPointe, AmeriCorps member at Hiram College, and read about how the Student Resource Center is bringing awareness to sexual assault and expanding…

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

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