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NCOC Featured Discussion

Transformational Technology: Developing Leaders, Making Service Year a Common Expectation

Tech Leaders, Foundations, and Nonprofits unite to discuss the development of the Service Year exchange.

February 23, 2015
NCOC Featured Discussion

Innovation Challenge to Foster Higher Education-Affiliated Service Year Positions

January 15, 2015
Applications will be accepted from January 15 through March 6 with finalists competing in a Challenge Day on April 15 in Washington, DC
NCOC Featured Discussion

Just Released Volunteering & Civic Life Data Reveals Volunteering Relatively Stable, America’s Civic Health Weakening

December 16, 2014
Today, the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC), in partnership with the Corporation for National and Community Service and the U.S. Census Bureau, released the latest Volunteering and Civic Life in America (VCLA) data.
NCOC Featured Discussion

Follow-up from DC Civic Health Panel on Trust & Engagement

December 4, 2014
After releasing the first-ever DC Civic Health Index, NCoC gathered a group of civic leaders and residents to discuss the report’s implications and plan next steps to strengthen civic life in the District.
NCOC Featured Discussion

Former President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton Announce National Service Alliance Commitment

Championed by
General Stanley McChrystal and Chelsea Clinton on CGI Main Stage

September 22, 2014
Today, at the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual conference in New York City, the National Service Alliance, joined by former President Bill Clinton and Clinton Foundation Vice Chair Chelsea Clinton, announced Service Year, a major commitment to expand national service in America.

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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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