Introducing MOST's 2016-17 VISTAS!
MOST welcomed a new class of 13 Americorps VISTA volunteers in Fall 2016.
Introducing MOST's 2015-16 VISTAS!
MOST welcomed a new class of 15 Americorps VISTA volunteers in Fall 2015.
VISTA Guest Posts: From Food Desert to Food Paradise
Anne Otih, the Youth Healthy Habits VISTA, talk about how her passion for health is helping individuals in Aberdeen take charge of their well-being.
Congratulations MOST Americorps VISTAs!
Congratulations to three Maryland Out of School Time Network VISTAs for completing a year of service! Stephanie Alphee, STEM VISTA at University of Maryland Extension 4-H Western Maryland and Carrie Finkelstein, Communications and Engagement Specialist at the Campaign for Grade Level Reading both close their service at the end of February, and Alison Howland is continuing her second year as the Hunger Strategies VISTA at the Partnership to End Childhood Hunger.
VISTA Guest Posts: A Healthy Behaviors Journey
Our Healthy Behaviors VISTA, Jessica Conjour, details what it's been like to serve and spread awareness about making healthier life choices.
MOST’s Annual Conference Theme: Passport to Excellence in Out of School Time
Take a trip to the beautiful Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City, MD on January 8th and 9th, 2015 for MOST's 5th Annual Conference: Passport to Excellence in Out of School Time!
Introduction to MOST VISTA Class
On September 9th, MOST welcomed our new VISTA class that will be working towards better after-school school and summer programs in the state of Maryland. Their work ranges from STEM education to hunger and healthy behaviors, and everything in between. We’d like to introduce you to them, as well as the entire class of VISTA members under the MOST umbrella. Check out some of the interesting things they are doing and cool facts they’ve shared about themselves. , MOST welcomed eight new VISTAs to serve for one year terms supporting more and