Blog post by Ellen

Ellen Gotelli, LITE Coordinator at Elmwood-El Buen Samaritano UMC  My name is Ellen Gotelli and this summer, I have the pleasure of being the Elmwood-El Buen Samaritano UMC LITE Coordinator. The “Leadership In Training Experience” Program is a unique program to Project Transformation’s North Texas chapter. We work with high school students on spiritual and […]

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Blog Post by Erin

Erin Kiel, Volunteer Coordinator at Munger Place Church Hi! My name is Erin Kiel and this is my first summer serving with Project Transformation North Texas as a Volunteer Coordinator at Munger Place Church, but my story with PT starts many years ago. My church back home in Plano has long sent volunteers to read […]

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Blog posts by the Chapel Hill UMC Team

Marcos Gonzales, Site Coordinator at Chapel Hill UMC So I finally got the position I wanted: SITE COORDINATOR. I was nervous, yet excited to begin. The reason why I’ve always wanted this position is because I have the biggest urge in the world to make a difference and I have seen the Site Coordinator position […]

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Blog Post by Kathryn

Written by Kathryn Shahan, PT Corps Member at Christ’s Foundry United Methodist Mission Project Transformation North Texas is known for transforming lives through relationships. This is built into the heart of the program by connecting churches, college students and children. While all of these connections have changed my life in incredible ways, I am going […]

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Blog Post By Derrica

Written by Derrica McDowell, PT Corps Member at Casa Linda UMC One of the most surprising things that I have realized in the past few weeks as a PT Corps Member at Project Transformation is the effort that the clergy at Casa Linda UMC put into networking with the parents and extended family of the children […]

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The Key Component of our Strategy: Relationships

A key component of our strategy at Project Transformation involves developing continuous relationships between children and young adult role models, our PT Corps Members, who are accessible, accepting, supportive, and empowering. This structure, in which age-appropriate learning objectives are delivered with profound support from loving adults, builds the personal strengths, self-esteem, and confidence among children […]

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ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Internship

In partnership with ExxonMobil’s Community Summer Jobs Program, Project Transformation is offering a partnerships-focused summer internship! See the full details and instruction on how to apply here.

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Transforming the Way We Lead

Blog post by Amanda Socias, Site Coordinator at Casa Linda UMC In my life in everything I have done, I have always had a plan. So when I found out I was going to be a Site Coordinator serving in the Afterschool Program at Project Transformation North Texas, I made a plan. I remember as […]

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StoryBox: Giving Back Was Never So Fun!

Project Transformation North Texas is happy to announce its newest creation: StoryBox, a monthly subscription box of curated, age-appropriate books and activities designed to inspire children, ages 0-12, to love reading and embrace creativity, and to share the social values that Project Transformation holds dear. When you purchase a subscription to StoryBox for a child in your life, you give […]

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Project Transformation Will Be With Me Forever

Claire Scavone, PT Corps Member at Pleasant-Mound Urban Park UMC After listening to a Project Transformation recruiter speak to my Spanish 303 class last November, I remember thinking about what an adventure it would be to live in Dallas. When I submitted my Project Transformation application last December, I saw it as an opportunity to […]

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I Work With Some of the Best People

Phil Espinoza, Site Coordinator at Munger Place Church One of the things I love about Project Transformation is the people, this community that surrounds and supports one another in amazing ways. Before the winter holiday, I had to go back home to Baton Rouge for my grandfather’s funeral. It was an amazing time celebrating his life […]

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