“Serving helps me stay connected to my communities during the pandemic by giving me a place and a platform to do so. I still get to interact with communities by putting out virtual content for environmental education with Camp Oty’Okwa. I also get to interact with volunteers at Crane Hollow while looking for Hemlock Woolly Adelgid or killing invasive species. I love that I still get to connect with people through this time!”
— Miranda Cain, Camp Oty’Okwa/Crane Hollow
National Service with the Appalachian Ohio Restore Corps is a way to “get your hands dirty” while helping local communities. The skills and connections you gain will stay with you for the rest of your life.