GET TO KNOW US
At the Christian Science Nursing Youth Service Corps, we believe that young people are truly "the hope of our race", as spiritual thinker and religious reformer Mary Baker Eddy once said. We create programs to provide our youth an empowering environment where they can fully embrace their perfection and gain all the skills they need to be leaders tomorrow through Christian Science Nursing facilities.
We are an activity of the Youth Action Committee (YAC).
Are you ready for a lot of acronyms?
The Youth Action Committee is a working group of the Christian Science Nursing Collaborative (CSNC). The CSNC is comprised of individuals from the Association of Organizations for Christian Science Nursing (AOCSN), Christian Science Nursing Network (CSNN), and finally, the Philanthropy Forum for Christian Science Nursing and The Mother Church (TMC). All of these groups have lent volunteers, expertise, and insight into creating the projects you are seeing on this site! We readily communicate with each of these many groups to promote synergy - and healing! See more in the "Resources" tab.
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH YAC
YOUTH CSN SERVICE CORPS
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Launch the Youth CSN Service Corps for youth to work in Christian Science Nursing organizations in a variety of channels (similar to service learning corps along the lines of Americorp in the United States, with educational scholarships involved).
YOUTH OUTREACH AND RESPONSE
(A) platforms for discussion & fellowship
(B) workshops for awareness & education (C) promotion & response teams
YOUTH TALENT AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Conduct an assessment of the needs of youth and young families to which Christian Science Nursing can respond.
WHO WE ARE
YAC (Youth Action Committee) is a network of Christian Scientists from a variety of backgrounds and careers who see the relevance of serving others. They feel that young Christian Scientists can nurse and serve in creative, meaningful ways to bring healing. The Christian Science Nursing Youth Service Corps is our primary initiative!