Make Your MLK Day More Meaningful

Online tools and web-based training help people who want to makepicture-14 their MLK Day service project better, and more meaningfully connected to the life and legacy of Dr. King.

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Information about EnCorps tools:

With Martin Luther King Day just around the corner (as well as any other activities or projects members are preparing), the EnCorps collection includes ready-to-go project planning tools to aid AmeriCorps members in visualizing and organizing their ideas.

Click here:

Information about a HandsOn training 12/12:

As a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service grantee of the Corporation for National and Community Service, HandsOn Network is pleased to invite you to participate in a webinar on December 12th at 3:00 Eastern.

Join us as Malikah Berry leads “Civic Engagement: Service and Civics Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King and Social Justice Movements.” Explore ways to make your MLK Day of Service more meaningful as you tie activities to the legacy of Dr. King and other social justice movements. Discover how to use films, workshops, and service projects to build a “beloved community.”

Visit to register for this free webinar.

If you have any questions, please contact us at

National service participants are encouraged to engage in direct service in their communities on MLK Day every year. Learn more about registering or joining a project.

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2 thoughts on “Make Your MLK Day More Meaningful

  1. Pingback: Obama site for MLK Day events « The New Service

  2. Really multiply the effects of your MLK Day of Service by continuing all the way through to Global Youth Service Day (April 24-26) and make it a Semester of Service – we have some guides, ideas, and more over at , and for selected states, we have a grant available for youth-led projects that address childhood obesity (Deadline: January 15, 2009, more info at )

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