10 Ways to Get Youth Involved in your Service Projects

Hello! Welcome to the Project Stella Resources Blog. This post comes from a webinar (watch here on YouTube) I did for community partners who want to get youth involved in their service projects for Make a Difference Day. But I found these tips are very useful for our Schools that Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness … Continue reading 10 Ways to Get Youth Involved in your Service Projects

Planning a Global Youth Service Day project: Steps for youth doing Project Comfort Kits

Hello! Welcome to the Project Stella Resources Blog! Global Youth Service Day is coming up. We celebrate it every April and it kicks off an important initiative to empower youth to serve and make a different in their community. In this series on Project Stella Resources, I will provide example of projects that kids can … Continue reading Planning a Global Youth Service Day project: Steps for youth doing Project Comfort Kits

5 Awesome Ways your school can R.O.C.K. with students who Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness

Hello! Welcome to the Project Stella Resources Blog! When I decided to create the Schools that R.O.C.K. program I had one mission in mind. That through the program we could transform classrooms, schools, and the community with students who Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness. This means that students would have no tolerance for bullying. Students would be able … Continue reading 5 Awesome Ways your school can R.O.C.K. with students who Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness

Benefits of Volunteer Experience: An Interview with Mike Murphy

Hello! Welcome to our Project Stella Resources Blog! I've spent many years working with community members, parents, and volunteer managers that want to plan meaningful service opportunities for young volunteers. The benefits of volunteer experience and having these projects available for youth is vast. One huge benefit from volunteering is that youth learn important lessons … Continue reading Benefits of Volunteer Experience: An Interview with Mike Murphy