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The Obama Foundation Jun 14
These young people want to take action and make a change. Through the Corps in Chicago and Hartford, we’re going to help them see it through:
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Community Affairs Jan 15
The Civic Leadership Academy is a free, 11-week course that encourages more informed, effective and inspired community and civic leadership by giving City residents an opportunity to learn about their local government. Visit:
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The Obama Foundation Oct 23
Yahaira Escribano couldn’t stand to see people in her community go hungry. It inspired her to make a change. As part of our Corps, Yahaira is working with to make sure that the place she calls home has access to healthy food.
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The Obama Foundation Nov 9
As part of our Corps, these young Chicagoans founded the Pull Up Series—a mobile pop-up of resources like fresh produce and financial literacy training for communities on the South Side that didn’t have access.
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The Obama Foundation Oct 26
Tania Anaissie has spent the last six months encouraging young leaders to create change. As the Chicago Corps wraps up, read her advice to our young leaders about how to create greater equity through design thinking.
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Holly Painter Nov 20
I can't have done what I've done without every single one of the very many who have supported my stories, and shared their own along the way. From the bottom (and top and all sides) of my heart, thank you.
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The Obama Foundation Aug 26
Leaders require mentorship. As a success coach to our Corps, Rupa Ramadurai is providing feedback and support to young leaders throughout their six-month journey to create change in Chicago. Read more about her experience:
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Becca Dobrez Jun 9
How many 18 - 25 year olds do you know that would choose to take their weekend, put their head down, and learn how they can make a difference in their community? This is what looks like.
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Nancy Kinder Feb 15
We have had a great response to our next free webinar on Mental Health in Online Communities. Secure your place today by registering here.
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i2Coalition Sep 9
Darcy Southwell () is this year’s winner of the Community Leadership Award. Find out in this Q&A what means to her and why it's important in our industry.
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Hartford Promise Jun 9
+ = leaders for our future!!! Congratulations to our who started their Obama Foundation Community Leadership Corp in this weekend!
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Coolmine Nov 3
In 2018, 63 clients progressed onto employment & volunteer placements. Our clients deserve the best possible chance to maintain their recovery and positively impact their communities.
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Lumumba Musah El-Nasoor Feb 9
On behalf of , I and have just recieved the Science and Medicine award, at the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards, in Palm Springs - California. May this award serve to push us towards 2030 more and more
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Rob Birch Feb 5
Great to be attending the ⁦⁩ LBWR19 leadership program launch and pleased to provide a program scholarship to Olivia
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Violence Reduction Network LLR Oct 31
Never underestimate the power of having a coffee with grassroots community groups and discussing their ideas to tackle violent crime using prevention as a way forward. Today, shared the experiences of having open conversations with young people
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Infragard San Diego May 6
**It is with great pride we announce that last FBI Director Christopher Wray awarded our President Sandy Moul the Director’s Community Leadership Award last week in Washington D.C.!!!
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Matt Cervantes Feb 19
This is how change happens: , and talking about the issues that are holding our young people back from opportunity.
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King's Leadership Academy Hawthornes Jul 13
Our Football Activators enhancing their coaching and leadership skills this weekend at the FA’s National Centre, St George’s Park.
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Solidarity Jun 4
The Maple elementary students are back for summer programing. Only this year, program is 100%, completely lead by neighborhood leaders! Thanks you Mama's de Maple. Thank you Solidarity Maple youth. Thank you returning college students.
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Carrie Tergin Apr 24
Jefferson City High School Community Leadership Breakfast!
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