Service in Action Newsletters
Here at the GOSV we are excited about service! We know that many Marylander's are too, which is why our Service in Action newsletter highlights the commitment people make each day to creating stronger communities. Our newsletter also strives to provide you with unique volunteer opportunities happening in and nearby Maryland. Have a story to share? Contact our Outreach Coordinator, Julie Mendez, at email@example.com.
2013 Service in Action Newsletters
The spring edition of the Service in Actioh newsletter invites you to recognize volunteers across the State by nominating them for the Governor's Service Awards. Additionally, the newsletter also highlights two upcoming events - National Get Outdoors Day and the National Conference on Volunteering and Service. Finally, find out how AmeriCorps Works by reading the AIM for Excellence Story of Service.
The new Service in Actioh newsletter kicks off by highlighting volunteer opportunities, Random Acts of Kindness Week, and a story from a ShoreCorps PALS AmeriCorps member. The newsletter also asks you to save the date for AmeriCorps week, starting on March 9, 2013.
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The holiday issue features articles on the Greater Homewood Community Corporation's AmeriCorps VISTA opportunity for organizations, a story from a 2011-2012 AVID AmeriCorps member, and introduces the new 2013 eNewsletters.
In this issue learn about Montgomery County's 26th Annual Community Service Day, receive insights about writing a great grant, and discover how Sawnice Jackson is continuing to serve her community as an AmeriCorps Alumna.
Read about the Governor's Volunteer Appreciation Day, gear up for the Interfaith Day of Service, find the right tools for your next volunteer project, and read about one AmeriCorps member's experience at Indian Head.
This issue features highlights from the 2012 Governor's Service Awards, promotion of the 2012 Honor Rows Program, and an article on Mac Nachlas, the GOSV's Commission Chair.
Highlights of this issue include articles about 2012's National Volunteer Week, including how Washington County's Volunteer Center celebrated. This issue also features a story about a volunteer serving with Experience Corps.
Find out about national service in Maryland, how to nominate a volunteer individual or group for the Governor's Service Awards, and how Annapolis celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
Highlights of this issue include tips on holiday volunteering, the importance of tracking volunteer hours, an update on the Volunteer Generation Fund, and meet GCSV's Joseph Murray.
Read about Comcast's Internet Essentials, take part in our next AmeriCorps funding overview webinar, and join the effort to Pledge 25 in Montgomery County.
Read about the 2011-2012 AmeriCorps*State programs, GCSV's Betsy Lafferty, and learn how to become an AmeriCorps member.
Read about the 2011 Governor's Service Award recipients, GCSV's Cherie Krug, and find out about the activities and resources at Volunteer Southern Maryland.
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Peace Corps, read about the Volunteer Center Serving Howard County, and learn tips and tricks for positive program evaluation.
Find out about the Maryland grantees of the Volunteer Generation Fund, how to improve your organization's web presence, and how Maryland celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
Highlights of this issue include the ShoreCAN volunteer center, Volunteer Generation Fund announcement, and a feature on GCSV's Tonja Lark.
This issue features articles about House of Ruth of Maryland, how to volunteer in schools, and creating a welcome environment for new volunteers.
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Released in February 2013, this report chronicles the accomplishments of the GOSV and the leadership of the Governor's Commission on Service and Volunteerism during the AmeriCorps program year 2011-2012.
In December 2009, the Governor's Office on Service and Volunteerism and the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism outlined a multi-year workplan. To read about the progress of the office, please refer to the summary in the current Annual Report.