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NCOC Featured Discussion

2014 Annual Conference on Citizenship

October 10th, 2014 in Washington, DC

July 1, 2014
Registration is now open for the 2014 Annual Conference on Citizenship. The Conference will take place on October 10th in Washington, DC. The event is hosted with American University’s School of Public Affairs at the Katzen Arts Center - a natural fit given the university’s commitment to service and citizenship. This year’s Conference theme is “Connect. Empower. Act.”
NCOC Featured Discussion

Colorado’s Civic Health Strong Compared to Nation, but Not Shared by All Residents

August 5, 2014
The report reveals how residents in the state engage in important civic activities such as voting, volunteering, and interacting with neighbors. Overall, the report finds Colorado’s civic health to be strong, but recognizes varying levels of civic participation across communities.

NCOC Featured Discussion

How Healthy is California?

June 25, 2014
The Davenport Institute, in partnership with NCoC, has released two new resources: an infographic showing how California measures up to the rest of the nation, and a fact sheet exploring why civic engagement matters and offering some launching-points for discussions.
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Serve DC and NCoC Announce Launch of First-Ever District of Columbia Civic Health Index

June 17, 2014
Mayor Vincent C. Gray, Serve DC and the National Conference on Citizenship announced the release of the first–ever District of Columbia Civic Health Index, which reveals how District residents engage in key civic activities, such as voting, volunteering and interacting with neighbors.
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South Carolinians are active voters, but among the least likely to take action after leaving the voting booth

University of South Carolina Upstate and NCoC Release South Carolina Civic Health Index

June 16, 2014
University of South Carolina Upstate and the National Conference on Citizenship released the  South Carolina Civic Health Index. The report reveals how residents in South Carolina engage in important civic activities such as voting and interacting with neighbors.

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Colorado Civic Health Index
In partnership with 6 major Colorado civic organizations, NCoC has released the first-ever Colorado Civic Health Index. The report reveals how residents in the state engage in important civic activities such as voting, volunteering, and interacting with neighbors. Overall, the report finds Colorado’s civic health to be strong, but recognizes varying levels of civic participation across communities.
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Center for Civic Education

http://www.civiced.org/index.php?page=home
The Center for Civic Education is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational corporation dedicated to promoting an enlightened and responsible citizenry committed to democratic principles and actively engaged in the practice of democracy in the United States and other countries.

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NCoC is a congressionally chartered organization dedicated to strengthening civic life in America.
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Featured Event
2014 Annual Conference on Citizenship
Registration is now open for the 2014 Annual Conference on Citizenship. The Conference will take place on October 10th in Washington, DC. The event is hosted with American University’s School of Public Affairs at the Katzen Arts Center - a natural fit given the university’s commitment to service and citizenship. This year’s Conference theme is “Connect. Empower. Act.”
Learn More