Combat Loneliness Through Service

A report in 2018 from Kaiser Family Foundation found that 22 percent of Americans say they often or always feel lonely (that’s 55 million people and twice the number of Americans with diabetes!).  Vivek Murthy, former US Surgeon General, feels

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Referral Program

Youthlinc Service Year Referral Program

Youthlinc’s most powerful recruitment tool is, and probably has always been, word of mouth. When individuals who have participated in the Service Year share their experience with people who know and trust them, those individuals are much more likely to

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Youthlinc@Home Updates

Youthlinc@home was created during COVID to provide safe opportunities for individuals to volunteer and learn. To date, our student and volunteer participants have dabbled in coding, yoga, art, and many other fun and exciting learning experiences. It has been a

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Five Important Changes to the Youthlinc Service Year

By: Jackie Moynihan The 2020-2021 Service Year might look a little different to our Youthlinc veterans. Here’s a quick rundown of some important changes to be aware of and the reasoning behind them. “Application” to “registration.” For the first time

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Serving through Technology, Youthlinc@Home

It would be an understatement to say that in the past few months we’ve experienced some challenges to our established way of life. Our current situation has redefined many things we took for granted, and all of us are learning

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2020 Young Humanitarian Award Finalist

Young Humanitarian Award Winners 2020

High School Winners $5000 Winner Taylor Fang Senior at Logan High School Taylor is passionate about sharing technology with girls of diverse backgrounds. She is the founder of Girls Explore Tech (GET), a 7-week series of free, hands-on workshops for

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