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We all have a different story to tell about our time with ESC. Share your story and listen to others. If you would like to participate, please send us your stories at info@episcopalservicecorp.org.

Radical Hospitality

A reflection rap on the TCUSC experience

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A Different Twist On Volunteering

Our work spans a diverse array of responses to views on the vitality of a city… Cleveland is a perfect exposition on the dynamic nature of an urban space’s health—no one sector has the solution.

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Servant Leadership – On the Outside

Service is trendy. It is a good thing to serve others, and really, it’s all the rave. Celebrities link their names and faces with charities.

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Where Our Hands Find Work

I didn’t mean to disrespect the California Assemblyman. But how was I supposed to know what he looked like? It was one of my first days as an intern at Community Health Councils…

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One More Story

Getting to hear the stories of people I work with makes this year away from loved ones rewarding. They remind me that I’m not just sitting in an office while the sun is shining over the beach…

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Changing Lives: Worth It

When I confirmed for my year as an Episcopal Urban Intern, I knew I would have some new experiences. But I had no idea how formative those new experiences would be.

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The Wonderful State of Nebraska

My name is Claire Atkins and I am a member of the 2012-2013 class of Resurrection House in Omaha, NE. I have been blessed to serve for the past four months…

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EUIP Changed My Life

EUIP really did change my life. Working with homeless people on LA’s skid row opened my eyes to how much need exists right here in the US.

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A Snowball’s Chance Dreaming Change

“I wish I was a snowball,” said 8-year-old Jose dreamily, “so I could go rolling down that hill.”

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Maybe All We Really Need Is Love

One recent Wednesday morning I received an email from Susan with the subject line: write? She requested that I contribute to this year-end booklet…

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Intentional, Faith-Based Community

It’s two o’clock on a Tuesday afternoon. I’ve been up since six, and already I’ve taken three forms of public transit to get to my workplace in Port Newark, New Jersey…

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Change? Yes We Can, After All

Though I knew that I would learn a lot during my year in EUIP, I did not expect that it would affect me as much as it has.

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Word of Mouth

I was first told about the JIP last September by a good friend of mine, who is also a past JIP intern, Daniel Cenci.

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JIP, Take Two

I chose to take a second year as a Johnson Intern for the same reasons that I pursued a first year: I couldn’t not do so.

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