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Seattleites Active Politically, But Among the Least Likely to Talk with or Exchange Favors with Neighbors

Seattle CityClub and NCoC Release Seattle Civic Health Index

February 13, 2014
The Seattle CityClub and the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) recently released the Greater Seattle Civic Health Index. The report reveals how residents in the greater Seattle area engage in important civic activities such as voting, volunteering, and interacting with neighbors. This type of engagement is critical because it is linked to the economic and personal health of individuals and communities. Overall, the report finds Seattle’s civic health to be excellent, but with key areas of weakness in civic connection and trust.
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Service Year

October 10, 2013
The National Conference on Citizenship is partnering with the Franklin Project at The Aspen Institute to develop a National Service Certification System. This system will be a 21st century tool to increase the number of organizations that can provide national service opportunities and make it easier for young Americans to identify those positions.
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NCoC, Points of Light, and Bloomberg
Release 2013 Civic 50 Survey Results

December 5, 2013
Civic engagement is on the rise in corporate America. According to results of The Civic 50 – an initiative by NCoC and Points of Light to identify the most community–minded companies in the nation – this year's leaders set the standard for how a company's time, talent, and resources can best be used to improve their communities.

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Latest Report
The latest Seattle Civic Health Index reveals how residents in the greater Seattle area engage in important civic activities such as voting, volunteering, and interacting with neighbors. Overall, the report finds Seattle’s civic health to be excellent, but with key areas of weakness in civic connection and trust.
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Civic Voices

http://www.civicvoices.org
Civic Voices brings student voices from around the world into your classroom, gives your students a voice in global civic conversations and provides you with teaching tools to explore the intersection of culture and citizenship.

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