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AmeriCorps

Are you ready to join the movement?

Are you ready to join the movement? Volunteer today and be part of the Mayor’s Mentoring Movement! Mayor Marty Walsh is calling on adults to join him and give Boston youth the guidance and friendship they need to reach their full potential. This call to action is part of President Bar
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Join a Volunteer Information Session

Children in your community need mentors and literacy tutors to help them build successful futures. When you attend one of our upcoming information sessions you will learn how you can become an AARP Experience Corps volunteer and help guide young children who are struggling to read on
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Between the Lines Sponsor Recognition

Between the Lines, Generations Incorporated’s annual fundraising event is less than a week away. As we gear up and get ready for an evening for celebrating the great work being done for childhood literacy, we would like to take a moment to offer a special thank you to our sponso
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Between the Lines Sponsor Recognition

Between the Lines, Generations Incorporated’s annual fundraising event is less than a week away. As we gear up and get ready for an evening for celebrating the great work being done for childhood literacy, we would like to take a moment to offer a special thank you to our sponso
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Between the Lines Sponsor Recognition

Between the Lines, Generations Incorporated’s annual fundraising event is less than a week away. As we gear up and get ready for an evening for celebrating the great work being done for childhood literacy, we would like to take a moment to offer a special thank you to our sponso
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Fresh Faces: New Staff & AmeriCorps *VISTA Members

We are glad to welcome three new staff members and five new AmeriCorps *VISTA members to Generations Incorporated! We are excited to begin the 2015 program year with new skills, ideas and experience added to our team of volunteers and staff. Tracy Gibbs joins us as the Recruitment Spe
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A VISTA Farewell: Jenny Bourgoin

After an astonishingly fast 12 months, my fellow VISTAs and I have come upon our last day of service. It is always difficult to say goodbye to something you cherish, and this is certainly no exception. I feel very fortunate that I have been a part of this organization for two years, f
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National Volunteer Week: Why Do You Serve?

There is a question that is posed to every single potential member of the organization who wishes to serve.   This question always invokes an immediate response of thoughtful introspection and can even, for some, stir within them their deepest emotions.  No two answers are ever the sa
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Kindergarten Matters More than Ever!

Inequalities at the Starting Line: State Kindergarten Policies By Emily Workman of the Education Commission of the States It is throughout the earliest years of a child’s education that he/she gains the foundation upon which subsequent learning is built. A high-quality, full-day, ever
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Crafting for a Cause

Back in November 2012, we challenged volunteers, AmeriCorps members and friends of Generations Incorporated to knit or crochet 20 hats, blankets and scarves to donate to the New England Center for Homeless Veterans (NECHV). NECHV assists veterans who are facing or at-risk of homelessn
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