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What Does Real Social Change Look Like?

The last few years have been a tumultuous time as the U.S. has wrestled with a pandemic, escalating political tensions (and awakenings), a high stakes presidential election, the recent overturning of a landmark Supreme Court ruling, and much more. Some have described this as a…
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Volunteers Needed, Fourth Annual Seed Interview Event

Volunteer Interviewers Needed Seed Internships, our internship and career development program, is looking for volunteers to interview and help select the summer 2022 class of interns. This years Seed Interview events will be held on Saturday, March 5 & Wednesday, March 9. This is the…
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Amaria’s Story

Amaria grew up immersed in nonprofits and the benefits they bring through her mother’s social entrepreneurship. Amaria’s mother was a childcare provider throughout her younger years and was active in the community. Her mother could be found often discounting her services and watching neighborhood children…
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Act Six Graduate April Reyes Highlighted in ResoLute Magazine

2021 Pacific Lutheran University graduate and Act Six Scholar, April Reyes was highlighted in the PLU quarterly magazine, ResoLute. The article, “No Mud, No Lotus” explores April’s tattoos and her story from a traumatic past to Act Six and PLU to currently pursuing her Masters…
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