Next Generation Service Corps Students Celebrate the End of Semester by Giving Back and Looking to 2024

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This fall, student ambassadors across the Next Generation Service Corps network have hosted and facilitated events for their community on and off campus.

University of Houston’s student ambassador, Bryanna Nimmons, hosted an event with fellow NextGen Service member Gabriela Hamdieh. They facilitated a town hall and created a vision board to display at the Hobby School of Public Affairs showcasing what students hope to see in 2024.

Arizona State University’s student ambassador, Nathaniel Teo, led “Project Pen-Ship” for NextGen Service students to write letters and bring lunch to students at their local elementary school. The NextGen Service students wrote inspirational messages to fifth graders, encouraging them to create change in their community.

Hamelin Batista Camilo, program assistant at the Volcker Alliance, was invited to speak to the NextGen Service students at her alma mater, Syracuse University. For Hamelin, being back at Syracuse felt like a homecoming. “Being able to assist in the creation of the NextGen Service program at my alma mater is the best form of leaving a legacy and impact behind. The students who are part of this program share the same passion and dedication I do for creating a long-lasting impact on our government,” said Hamelin. “I’m excited to see the program flourish and look forward to watching these students grow.”

We look forward to seeing all that the Next Generation Service Corps students accomplish in the spring semester and beyond.