Leah Livingston

Site Coordinator in Washington at Communities in Schools, Inc.

Leah Livingston

Leah Livingston

Site Coordinator in Washington at Communities in Schools, Inc.

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State Director, Communities in Schools of Washington at Communities in Schools, Inc.

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Founder & Vice Chairman at Communities in Schools, Inc.

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Former Resource Development at Communities In Schools of Washington

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Operations Director at Communities In Schools of Washington

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Director, LEAP Network, Director, Community Impact at Community Foundation of Tampa Bay

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Site Coordinator at Communities In Schools of Washington

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Site Coordinator at Communities In Schools of Washington

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Mentor Coordinator at Communities In Schools of Washington

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Director of Strategic Impact Initiatives at Communities In Schools of Washington

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Site Coordinator at Communities In Schools of Washington

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Site Coordinator in Washington at Communities in Schools, Inc.
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Site Coordinator in Washington
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Communities In Schools (CIS) is the nation’s leading dropout prevention organization, with a mission to surround students with a community of support empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. For more than 30 years, CIS has connected needed community resources with schools. By bringing caring adults and a wide variety of services into schools to address children’s unmet needs, CIS provides a linkbetween educators and the community. The results of CIS’s model are that teachers are free to teach and students, many at risk of dropping out, have the opportunity to focus on learning. To help students stay in school, we identify and bring together in one place – public schools – all the resources and services available in the community that kids need to be successful. These services vary from one community to the next and from state to state and address specific needs such as academic support, mentoring, health care, family strengthening, career development, summer and after-school programs, alternative education models, and service learning. Today, the CIS network is comprised of nearly 5,000 passionate professionals working in close to 200 local affiliate nonprofits in 26 states and the District of Columbia, as well as 53,000 community volunteers, serving nearly than 1.5 million young people in more than 2,400 schools around the nation.

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COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS, WASHINGTON STATE OFFICE HELPS COMMUNITIES IMPLEMENT THE COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS MODEL AND SUPPORTS THE WASHINGTON NETWORK OF 12 AFFILIATES BY PROVIDING SUPPORT IN THREE KEY AREAS:1) PARTNERSHIP AND RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT2) PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MARKETING3) AFFILIATE CAPACITY BUILDINGTHE THREE CORE PROGRAMS OF SUPPORT ARE KEY TO GROWING AND STRENGTHENING THE WASHINGTON NETWORK'S ABILITY TO EFFECT POSITIVE CHANGE IN THE LIVES OF THOUSANDS OF YOUNG PEOPLE

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