Over the past several weeks, we have seen the best of the American people – from doctors and nurses working tirelessly to help our neighbors recover from COVID-19 to individuals staying home to help slow the spread.
To celebrate AmeriCorps Week, we'd like to recognize and thank members of the Interfaith Enrichment Corps, the AmeriCorps program CIC runs.
March 8-14 is AmeriCorps Week, a chance for all of us to honor members of the Inteerfaith Enrichment Corps. We'll be highlighting the past and present contributions of AmeriCorps members.
After serving with CIC, Sophia hopes to pursue a career in intercultural social bridge-building or conflict resolution work.
Join the Interfaith Enrichment Corps, an AmeriCorps program run by CIC. Change the world while you change yourself
The Interfaith Enrichment Corps, CIC's AmeriCorps program, is a great source of energy and enthusiasm. Meet Robin Thompson.
Claire Holba was a member of CIC's AmeriCorps program in 2018-2019. Look where it got her!
Put your hands together to welcome one of the new members of the Interfaith Enrichment Corps, Heidi Oates. Heidi tells us about herself.
"community engagement helps realize the academic foundations of interfaith work: reconciliation, sharing, and cooperative social action"
The Interfaith Enrichment Corps (IEC) is an AmeriCorps program offering a unique chance to learn, grow, and serve
Watch to learn more about the IEC. Tag someone who you think would be interested in the program! #IECAmeriCruitment
AmeriCorps member Claire Holba reports on some activities while serving at the Dwelling Place
Like all CIC AmeriCorps members, Margaret Busch serves with the Interfaith Enrichment Corps (IEC). The goals of IEC align strongly with her personal beliefs: she believes faith communities CAN be healing, safe spaces that effectively serve and advocate for vulnerable populations.