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2017 Day of Caring Story

October 2017

It meant so much to me to be a part of Day of Caring for the 2nd year in a row. I volunteered my time at Rundle Elementary and from the moment I drove up to the school grounds, there were welcoming posters hanging all around outside. You could just "feel the warmth" from the kids and teachers appreciation of us being there. Throughout the day, the kids would thank us as they walked by - what a privilege it was to help on their beautification give them a school they could feel proud of (not just inside the walls, but outside as well). It was so evident that Dr. Reese has the love and admiration of her staff and all those precious kids, and the outpour of support was genuinely exhibited by all we had the pleasure of working with on this project. When I started out that morning, all I wanted was to be a blessing to Rundle, but by the end of our project, I had been truly blessed by them. It was a rewarding and humbling experience to give back and one I will always cherish. #RundleRising #DayofCaring

NV Energy and United Way Help Senior Citizens!

August 2017


2017 Project Reach was EXCELLENT, our best yet! In 4 hours,1,500 applications resulted in $385,731 in energy assistance to seniors in our community.   Thanks to our great partner NV Energy and all of their volunteer employees who gave up their Saturday to help our seniors!

Sharing what works: NACAC Panel on Career Pathways

August 2017

We never miss a chance to highlight our community partners, and share the ways we collaborate to increase college and career readiness in Southern Nevada. Partners from Clark County School District, the Governor's Office of Workforce Innovation, College of Southern Nevada and Leaders in Training sat on a panel to share how we've connected & aligned Education & Business at the National Association for College Admission Counseling's Guiding the Way to Inclusion Conference. 

Can you build relationships around chili peppers?

August 2017

Mr. Terranova teaches Crime & Justice at our partner school, Canyon Springs HS. He's also partnering with his students to teach entrepreneurship through their own spice business, Pioneer Spices. Workforce development and chilli peppers? Count us in!

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