“Big things often have small beginnings” This quote from one presentation at this year’s Youth Grant Pitch Contest could not be more true for us at SCI. Nineteen years ago, SCI was founded by our current President, David Crowley. Returning to his hometown of Woburn, he created an organization focused… Read More »Youth Generated Projects: “Big things often have small beginnings”
SCI Stories 2021
After graduating from Tufts in May of 2020, Anar was looking to do something community-focused, and wanted to do work directly with families and communities, helping them to navigate this new normal. She wasn’t sure what to do, but when she found the SCI AmeriCorps position at Fenway CDC, she… Read More »A Story of Service
This summer, Jenna, Community Liaison at SCI, reached out to SCI’s volunteers to see if anyone would be able to help a Woburn senior with some yard work. Kerstin has been volunteering with SCI for a few years, first as a snow shoveler, and now as a leaf raker. (Though… Read More »Friendship: Another benefit of volunteering!
The phrase, introduced by El Mundo Boston CEO Alberto Vasallo III during one of our Vaccine Equity & Access Program (VEAP) sessions, captures so much about the current moment as well as SCI’s mission. At its core, social capital is about the importance of our social networks, and the value… Read More »Mi Salud Depende de Tu Salud. My Health Depends on Your Health.
Meet Josh, and join him in creating change with SCI ! You have an opportunity to help SCI create stronger, more inclusive communities! For many high school students, summer is a time to head to the beach, hang out with friends, and generally take a break from learning. But this… Read More »“There’s always a way to create change”