Throwback to Our Winter Volunteering Activities
City Year Team Care Force Senior AmeriCorps members standing in front of a quote by Martin Luther King Jr. while wearing City Year’s iconic red jackets after volunteering at Cradles to Crayons in Brighton, MA. Read on to find out what Care Force Senior AmeriCorps Members did during the winter.
Biogen Care Deeply Day Chronicle (Somerville, MA) 2018
As September 14, 2018 got closer, I could feel the sense of nervousness and excitement within my team. Biogen’s Caring Deeply Day was fast approaching and Team Care Force, with the support of the New York Civic Engagement Team (NYCE), was arriving at West Somerville Neighborhood School (WSNS) in Somerville, MA to start our week of prep. Read more to find out why this event was so special for Care Force member Jenna Kim.
WilmerHale Chronicle (Boston, MA) 2018
This year our WilmerHale event took place at the Cooper Community Center where we had worked in previous years. Led by James Simmons, Senior Operations Manager, we were able to teach Team Care Force Senior AmeriCorps members the skills needed to prepare each project that makes up the event.
Welcome to the Care Force Blog!
Team Care Force 12 is excited to relaunch the Care Force Blog. It will include classics like the Care Force Chronicles and new creative content. Read on to see what Team Care Force has been up to!
NVIDIA Lowell Chronicle
On Friday, October 17, volunteers from NVIDIA arrived bright and early to admire their work from the previous year and selected into their projects for the day. This service day was just one of many that make up Project Inspire. Project Inspire started back in 2001 when NVIDIA decided to take all of their funds that usually go towards an annual Christmas party and use it to impact their local communities. This project has continued to expand throughout the years and is a great way for employees to impact their communities’ right alongside their families.