American Graduate Day
For the second year in a row, American Graduate Day premieres live on public media (check local public television station listings), marking a long term commitment to helping communities tackle the nation’s dropout crisis and preparing students for success with a high school diploma.
In partnership with WNET and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Corporation for National and Community Service is working to highlight solutions to the dropout crisis across the nation.
Our efforts bring proven national service efforts to schools and communities where students lack the attention and support they deserve. We connect caring, capable people with students who benefit from their time and personal attention.
AmeriCorps Leaders Featured in Program
During the program, AmeriCorps VISTA Director Paul Monteiro will join discussions about how national service can help address this crisis in education. arter School AmeriCorps Program and is an active alumnus. In his position as Manager of Youth and Family Programs at the Crispus Attucks Association, Alexander is responsible for a variety of tasks including managing afterschool and summer programs, children and family education workshops, and various community service projects.
How You Can Become an American Graduate Champion
We invite you to take an active role and become an American Graduate Champion for local youth by volunteering your time, commitment, or other resources.
Join millions of American Graduate Champions serving to help millions of students succeed.
Get started now to find service opportunities in your area with the Find a Volunteer Opportunity form on the right side of this page.
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