She runs a college-prep academy for youth in foster care.
This former corrections officer uses traditional African rites of passage to help black youth avoid jail and teen pregnancy.
He works in his local public school to assist kids at risk of dropping out.
Her family fled Vietnam for the U.S. Now she helps other immigrants integrate into American life.
He left his professorship to return to his native Appalachia to help preserve its rural way of life.
He is applying his facilities management skills to his work at a Bible translation company.
He creates books that "speak" so people in low-literacy nations can improve their health.
They give free haircuts and a bit of dignity to fellow vets who are homeless. Listen to the StoryCorps interview.
She was an immigrant who became a citizen. In her encore, she helps Chinese-speaking immigrants do the same.
This Native American psychologist brings together indigenous knowledge and Western technology to create environmental sustainability.
Her photographs in corporate settings help workers relieve stress.
This son of migrant workers is a former firefighter who continues to serve his community.