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July 10, 2017

Entering a New Season


I’m struck with a loss for words. How do you describe the blessing and the impact something like TeenPact has been and has made? I entered this organization at thirteen, and now five years later, the time has come to enter a new stage of life. I honestly cannot even express how thankful I am […]

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December 26, 2016

Amazed and Humbled


Alumni Stories – Bryce Melvin Over 17 years ago, I attended my first TeenPact State Class at the Florida Capitol. As a 12-year-old student, I was not of age for the Four Day Class so, with the help of my mom, I wrote a letter requesting a waiver to attend the class. A few weeks […]

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July 25, 2016

My Last TeenPact Event


I was doing something I never thought I would have to do. I was on my way to my last TeenPact event.   As I flew into Richmond I grew slightly discouraged. I started questioning myself about the classes that I had attended and even staffed. “Did I actually “change” anyone’s lives? Had I seriously just spent […]

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April 18, 2016

For Such a Time as This . . .


“Do you feel like your life is a five thousand-piece puzzle that came without a picture on the box? Are you overwhelmed by having to fit together all of life’s big decisions? Have you been waiting for just the right moment for life to burst into color and perfection? If so, then believe me – […]

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March 27, 2015

What Do Medical School & TeenPact Have in Common?


What do medical training and interning with TeenPact have in common? “Short nights, long days working for a cause you believe in, and always lots of coffee,” according to Jason Bowman, a third year medical student at Brown University and a former member of the 2008 Traveling Intern Team. Jason’s story is one that shows […]

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