National Volunteer Week: A youth journalism publication in Maryland

https://d3b9fkm0acb8s3.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/volunteer_week_kick-off-1080p.mp4 National Volunteer Week is a time to recognize the time and effort that volunteers put into their service to better their communities. Report for America corps members volunteer their time on a service project, generally a student journalism or youth media project, to help teach media literacy and storytelling skills to the next generation.

National Volunteer Week: A Tribal school makes a documentary in Washington

https://d3b9fkm0acb8s3.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/volunteer_week_kick-off-1080p.mp4 National Volunteer Week is a time to recognize the time and effort that volunteers put into their service to better their communities. Report for America corps members volunteer their time on a service project, generally a student journalism or youth media project, to help teach media literacy and storytelling skills to the next generation.

National Volunteer Week: A student journalism club in Florida

https://d3b9fkm0acb8s3.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/volunteer_week_kick-off-1080p.mp4 National Volunteer Week is a time to recognize the time and effort that volunteers put into their service to better their communities. Report for America corps members volunteer their time on a service project, generally a student journalism or youth media project, to help teach media literacy and storytelling skills to the next generation.

Report for America invites foundations, local news leaders to learn more about ‘Community News Funds’

https://d3b9fkm0acb8s3.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/community_news_fund_webinar_april_13th_-_paulette_brown-hinds-1080p-1.mp4 Register today! How can local philanthropy and newsroom leaders create a more sustainable model to save local journalism? Report for America invites community foundations and local newsroom leaders to discuss a major new trend — the creation of “Community News Funds” — during a virtual panel, April 13, at 2 p.m. EDT. The event

Sunshine Week: A look back at Report for America’s watchdog journalism

Journalists play a crucial role in holding governments accountable, transparent and uncorrupted. Watchdog reporting exposes conflicts of interest for public officials, ensures fiscal responsibility, creates safer communities to live in and more. Access to public records is a fundamental part of this type of reporting. Since 2005, journalists, publishers, journalism educators and others have used