Month

June 2010

Meet our new Board Member: Michel Idiokitas

Michel joins our board after a successful career in finance and community organizing.  He first joined Generations Incorporated four years ago as an Experience Corps Member (ECM) and currently serves at the Yawkey Boys & Girls Club in Roxbury.  He brings his experience in finance
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Healthy Aging All Summer Long

Each Wednesday morning this summer, Meg Licht, myself and a group of ten other tireless Experience Corps members gather in Franklin Park to partake in some exercise and easy conversation.  Along the two mile trek around the park’s public golf course, Read more…  
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The Best Part of My Year

I sometimes feel I view the endeavors of Generations Incorporated from a unique perspective. While many of our proven outcomes focus on the benefits students receive through our programs, what strikes me most vividly are the advantages experienced by our older adult volunteers. And wh
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Annie E. Casey Foundation’s report: Early Warning! Why Reading by the End of Third Grade Matters

In this new report, Experience Corps is mentioned in the Resource Guide (click here to view) as a program to invest in because it gets results with children who are at risk for not being able to read by the end of third grade.  To learn more about this important new study,click here t
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Photo of the Week: June 10, 2010

Photo of the Week: June 3, 2010

Our program year is coming to a close; children are looking forward to summer and Experience Corps volunteers are encouraging them to keep reading all summer long! It’s been another successful year, thanks to everyone who has been a part of it.
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