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First-Ever Sociological Examination of Civic Health as it Relates to Veterans Released by Got Your 6 and National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC)

2015 Veterans Civic Health Index Released by Got Your 6, NCoC, American Express, & Points Of Light

April 30, 2015
Got Your 6 unveiled the findings of the first-ever Veterans Civic Health Index, a major study that reveals significant and positive trends in levels of civic engagement among veterans.
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The 2015 Annual Conference on Citizenship

“Civic Innovations in Action” - October 9, Washington, DC

April 28, 2015
The 2015 Annual Conference on Citizenship will be held on October 9 in Washington, DC. The theme for this year's Conference is ”Civic Innovations in Action.”
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New Study Shows Nebraskans Have Strong Social Connections,
Weaker Political Engagement

2015 Nebraska Civic Health Index

April 23, 2015
Today, the first-ever Civic Health Index for the state of Nebraska is released to document Nebraskans’ rates of interacting with neighbors, communicating with family and friends, being members of groups, volunteering and giving, registering and voting, and being involved in politics.
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$100,000 Given for Innovative Service Models to Be Integrated at Higher Education Institutions

Miami Dade, UMass Dartmouth, Drake named winners

April 17, 2015
The Franklin Project at the Aspen Institute, th National Conference on Citizenship, and the Corporation for National & Community Service announced Wednesday that the winners of the Service Year + Higher Education Innovation Challenge were Drake University, Miami Dade College, and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
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Study Shows Alabamians are Neighborly, But Lag in Taking Community Action

2015 Alabama Civic Health Index

April 14, 2015
The David Mathews Center for Civic Life, University of Alabama – New College, Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts, and NCoC Release Alabama Civic Health Index.

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2015 Nebraska Civic Health Index
The first-ever Civic Health Index for the state of Nebraska is released to document Nebraskans’ rates of interacting with neighbors, communicating with family and friends, being members of groups, volunteering and giving, registering and voting, and being involved in politics.
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The 2015 Annual Conference on Citizenship
The 2015 Annual Conference on Citizenship will be held on October 9 in Washington, DC. The theme for this year's Conference is ”Civic Innovations in Action.”
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