Working with local leaders, students identify community needs and perform several service projects each year to address those needs. The projects fall into four strategic areas: health, education, public safety, and leadership. The projects are aimed at improving high school graduation rates and at transforming Josephine County into a vibrant community in which every individual has the opportunity to be healthy, educated, and prosperous.
Read about our projects below.
Almost 30% of Josephine County’s children live in poverty; one of the key factors leading to lower graduation rates in the County’s rural high schools (compared to Oregon state average). One reason students drop...
The Day of Service was implemented in memory of a former local veterinarian, city councilman, and service oriented man named Dan Fiske.
Businesses partner with students at Illinois Valley High School in community...
What’s Pink Week? The purpose of Pink Week is to raise awareness throughout Josephine County’s high schools about breast cancer. The concept originated at North Valley High School (NVHS) in 2014 and was implemented in...