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  • The Imagination Foundation

    Last summer, nine-year-old Caine Monroy of Los Angeles, Calif. spent hours of hard work putting together one of the best, most successful arcades in the world. All he needed was some cardboard and some tape.

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  • Food for Thought

    Let’s face it: we all like to eat. I’m sure you can remember a time when you’ve gotten really hungry, either during class or after getting home from school, a sporting event, or other activity and have wondered what was going to be served for your next meal. Imagine if you were one of the people living below the poverty line and wondered what was going to be served at your next meal, or if you... Read more
  • 5 Things to Know If You’re Starting a Non-Profit

    If you’re a teen looking for partnerships to start up a non-profit organization, you might think that your chances look pretty bleak. Fortunately, that’s where you’re wrong. Chris Martinez started Social Return Consulting to fill a gap in assistance for both corporations and non-profits. Martinez started his business out of a desire to help non-profits serve their communities in even greater... Read more
  • Rockland Roundtable Initiative

    Twenty two-year-old Mark Svensson from Orangeburg, New York, along with Marvin Mathew, founded the Rockland Roundtable Initiative during the summer of 2011 in hopes of engaging youth in the community. The Rockland Roundtable Initiative is a project that engages youth and community leaders is discussions about how to better the Rockland community.
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  • My Experience as a Volunteen Intern

    I decided to intern with Volunteen Nation because I was looking for something to do. I had no idea what to expect; I was just looking for a way to keep myself from getting the summer... Read more