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”
SCI is a unique organization with unique stories. Over the coming weeks, we are excited to share stories of the people, the programs, and the impact that your donations and volunteer hours help make possible. We hope to inspire you to stay engaged in your community, volunteer your time, connect… Read More »A unique organization, with unique stories.
SCI is launching a new program with ThinkGive from Concord, MA! ThinkGive is an action-based social-emotional learning program that offers programming to enrich social-emotional learning in schools throughout the Commonwealth. Connecting through a Racial Equity Symposium, SCI and ThinkGive quickly realized that coming together would be a great opportunity for… Read More »Allyship Month Launching in January 2022
All of our SCI AmeriCorps members are doing amazing things in their service. Whether it’s sharing information about resources or giving a young person the opportunity to lead, members are making an impact. We love to recognize and celebrate all of our members all year long, but this year, one… Read More »SCI AmeriCorps Alum, Paloma Suarez, Receives National Award
VEAP, or the Vaccine Equity and Access Project, is SCI’s CDC-funded campaign to improve vaccine equity in five Massachusetts communities – Lynn, Lawrence, Dorchester, Chelsea, and Woburn. This goal will be achieved through the training of 160 “VEAP ambassadors” – folks who will talk to vaccine hesitant people they know… Read More »Vaccine Equity and Access Project: Doctors & Spanish Speakers Needed for Vaccine Outreach
The first program in SCI’s Vaccine Equity & Access Program will be on Thursday, September 16th through a partnership with the Hispanic American Institute. We invite you to join us and share your perspectives as we all move forward. Learn strategies for sharing vaccine facts to encourage people you know… Read More »My Health Depends on Your Health / Mi Salud Depende de Tu Salud
The Social Capitalist Luncheon Series kicks off May 27!We are excited to announce the following speakers for the“Building Social Capital for an Equitable Recovery” virtual panel: City Councilor Julia MejiaRobert Lewis Jr., President & Founder, The BASE Bob Giannino, Ansin President & CEO, United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack ValleyDavid… Read More »Building Social Capital for an Equitable Recovery Panel
Our democracy and its institutions have been undergoing quite the stress test over the past few years. This test came to a dramatic crescendo last Wednesday, when hundreds of violent insurrectionists stormed the Capitol building in an attempt to disrupt the proceedings of our electoral process. At key points in… Read More »Social Capital and a Stress Test for Our Democracy
As one of the most unique years in most of our lifetimes comes to a close, we can reflect on all that we have learned and how we have made the lives of those around us better. People’s desire to make a difference to address pressing community needs related to… Read More »Connecting to help our neighbors.
Recently, we shared an article on our social media platforms suggesting that we use the term “physical distancing” instead of social distancing, as we need social connection and support now more than ever. Picking up on this idea, we are going to label our series of posts highlighting ways people… Read More »Distant But Connected