Locally and around the world, CorStone works together with individuals, non-profits, donors and universities to implement, document and share our tools and practices.
Similarly, we are developing partnerships with NGOs, government policymakers and schools in the U.S. and India to integrate our resilience programs and training into teacher continuing education, student curriculum, and in-school and after-school programs. And we are working with universities and research institutions to help document, evaluate and disseminate lessons learned.
In every location, trained community members are at the heart of the CorStone model. Trained educators, facilitators, and volunteers make our success possible and sustainable wherever we offer services.
Volunteers are vital to our mission. Our volunteers help CorStone reach and support the greatest number of people in the most economical way.
CorStone has volunteer opportunities in our Baltimore, MD office in administrative roles as well as in outreach and fundraising.
Additionally, volunteer inquiries are welcome for our projects in India, where we often are looking for help with research and program support.
If you're interested in becoming a volunteer, click the BECOME A VOLUNTEER button below and give us your contact details and area of interest. We'll get back to you soon.
If you would like to speak to someone about our current volunteer opportunities, please contact Kate Sachs Leventhal | Chief Project Officer or call +1.410.864.9882.
Partnerships are key to our success and a core aspect of our organizational culture. Below are just some of the many organizations—foundations, corporations, small businesses, academic institutions, non-profits—with whom we're proud to work.
Become a Partner
We’re always interested to learn about synergistic organizations and programs, explore new ideas, and seek ways to collaborate to accomplish our mission. If you’re interested in becoming a partner, click the BECOME A PARTNER button below, fill out the form with your details and how we can partner. We’ll get back to you soon.