“I am very grateful to have had this opportunity!”
By Olivia Earle
Lina L., AmeriCorps, Teton Science School Lina’s term of service as an AmeriCorps Member with Teton Science School. Has made her confident in her abilities. She also gained a deeper understanding of the impact of community engagement and what it means to be involved, and how to communicate with
Jenna H., AmeriCorps, Teton Science School This experience has impacted Jenna in a multitude of ways. Before starting her AmeriCorps service at Teton Science School. Jenna was not very self-confident. Now, she has more confidence in herself and her abilities. Now, she is not afraid to push the limits
“I remember the first meeting we had as a committee and I was a little—well, nervous. It was all new to me. Being on a committee this large, having been assigned a role, and interacting and working with some of Casper’s most well-known and respected people, of course, I
Emily served as a Student Service Learner with two of our Service Grant recipients. In 2020 Emily served remotely for NeverForgoten77. Emily had this to say about her experience with NeverForgoten77, “The project allows people who have lost loved ones to suicide to have a safe place to talk.
Edgar M. P., VGF, Casper Humane Society After being a part of service for the Casper Humane Society, Edgar learned that service is very important because not only do you get to work with a group of people that are very creative and are willing to work together to
When Elsa was accepted into the Teton Science Schools AmeriCorps program in early January, she was excited to spend a summer in the beauty of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. She was also excited to form connections with other AmeriCorps members and the Jackson Hole community. A few months later