community development

Rise Up: Civic Scholar Alumnus Focuses on a More Equitable St. Louis

By giadmin on February 15, 2017

2016 Civic Scholar Carrick Reddin shares his reflections on the role of mentorship and community while at WashU and now as a citizen of St. Louis.  “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.”                                                             ...

Volunteer with Global Learning Exchange Initiative Literacy Program

By giadmin on March 21, 2016

Global Learning Exchange Initiative (GLXi) is a start-up nonprofit, founded in St. Louis, focused on creating sustainable opportunity for people in developing countries through literacy and continuing education. GLXi is piloting its proprietary literacy program in Guatemala, where the literacy ra...

Serve Developing Communities with Unite For Sight Global Health Program

By giadmin on January 28, 2016

Unite For Sight’s Global Impact Corps combines high-impact service with an immersive global health learning experience in developing countries. Global Impact Fellows engage in a structured global health training program while working with local doctors to eliminate patient barriers to care for pa...

Apply for Arch Grants to Further St. Louis Development

By giadmin on January 28, 2016

Arch Grants is a nonprofit organization that accelerates economic development and community revitalization by providing $50,000 equity-free grants and pro bono support services to entrepreneurs who locate their early-stage businesses in St. Louis. Through its rigorously competitive Global Startup...