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The Reluctant Therapist
Elizabeth Barrett is a licensed marriage and family therapist who is concerned with our current approach to mental health in […]Read More ›
5 Ways Service Years Prepare You for Entrepreneurship
I frequently meet students looking to become social entrepreneurs after they graduate. They are seduced by the idea of freedom, […]Read More ›
Top 5 Sources of Inspiration
Where Do We Find Inspiration? At the Next Generation of Service, we pair students and recent graduates with peer guides […]Read More ›
How to Join AmeriCorps In 5 Steps
1. Set An Intention What do you want to get out of your AmeriCorps participation? Community service, professional experience and […]Read More ›
We connect students with service
and educate them about existing service opportunities. We also work with non-profits to carve out and create new long-term or stipend-supported volunteer options.
Stories of Service
Josh Schukman of Social Change Nation
Podcasts have become one of the fastest growing mediums for storytelling and are a great space for entrepreneurs to play. […]Read More ›
Neal Gottlieb of Three Twins Ice Cream
Ice cream, ice cream, I scream for ice cream, especially organic, “green” ice cream. Neal Gottlieb, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer […]Read More ›
Meet the Guide: Kaitlyn Bayley
Name: Kaitlyn Bayley Profession: Assistant Director of StrongPoints©, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC University: College of William & Mary (B.A. in […]Read More ›
Leading the Hard Conversations
NGS founder, Anna Lenhart, interviewed Breannah Alexander about women reVamped and doing a year of service. Breannah Alexander is the […]Read More ›
TaylorStudent / University of San Diego
NGS is such a wonderful resource, with mentors who make an otherwise overwhelming process seem much more manageable and exciting. Their first-hand experience in these service programs allows for invaluable advice and encouragement. I greatly appreciate the one-on-one support that I have received!
VictoriaStudent / University of San Diego
My dream for several years now has been to join the Peace Corps after college. However, I didn’t actually know how to go about making my dream into a reality. The sessions have given me a lot of perspective and have helped me put my passion into a concrete plan and timeline.