Welcome

On behalf of everyone here at Project Change Maryland, we would like to welcome you to our website. We cordially invite you to explore the various pages, to meet our 2016 team, our partners and our new training program. A subsidiary of AmeriCorps, now in its twenty second year, our philosophy is written in our name, CHANGE, which stands for “Changing, Healing, Aspiring, Nurturing, Giving, Excelling” and this alone captures the spirit of the program

Presidential Beginnings

Created as part of President Bill Clinton's AmeriCorp program in 1994, Project Change Maryland is the collaboration of leading academic and service agencies at work in Montgomery County, Maryland who share a common mission of improving the quality of life for county residents. To learn more, click the link below,

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Be the Change

Every year, Project Change welcomes a new wave of exciting and dynamic participants. Why not meet the class of 2016 at the link below. Also why not check out our Alumni section to meet previous years. These young men and women represent a diverse reflection of our state and aspire to give something back to the young people of Maryland.

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Latest News

To get the very latest about what we are doing at Project Change, why not click the link below. Through this page and our social media formats, we will advertise what is happening with our program and our exciting new training course. We also have a calendar that can be synced to your email allowing us to provide you with reminders for our various events throughout the year.

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Share your story of service

Project CHANGE and CASA host the Second Annual AmeriCorps Story Festival

History

1Project Change began in October 2001 as the collaboration of leading academic and service agencies at work in Montgomery County, Maryland. With them, CHANGE shares a mission of improving the quality of life for county residents with a particular emphasis on those in southern Silver Spring and a focus on education.

Our Director

2Paul Costello founded the Center for Narrative Studies (www.storywise.com) and is an international educator, pioneering narrative practice which  he studied under fellow Australian, Michael White, the father of narrative therapy.

Change

3CHANGE, which stands for “Changing, Healing, Aspiring, Nurturing, Giving, Excelling” captures the spirit of the program

Our Partners

4Project Change is proud to work with partners who host our  AmeriCorps volunteers. Each of the partner sites provide quality work placements and first class supervision. Many of our partners employ former Project Change graduates that helps thicken the tradition and gives the work the feeling of family.

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