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Civic Learning

Corporate Citizenship

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With fewer giving of their time, firms should aid volunteerismThe Boston GlobeAn editorial in The Boston Globe on the 2009 Civic Health Index September 7, 2009 news
A Gift of Time: Many start giving of themselves in these tough timesCourier-Journal.comArticle on chartiable giving and volunteering in Louisville, KY and Southern Indiana area mentions 2009 Civic Health Index December 29, 2009 news
Business Civic Leadership Centerat U.S. Chamber of CommerceThe Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) addresses social issues that affect business, including corporate social responsibility, philanthropy, nonprofit and social service effectiveness, globalization, ... February 23, 2010 partner
The Miami Herald Business leaders learn benefits of volunteeringMiami HeraldMiami Herald article on corporate citizenship shows businesses that depend on the community for support understand the bottom-line benefit of giving back. April 20, 2010 news
Corporate Volunteer Efforts Have Big Intentions, but Few Companies Track ResultsChronicle of PhilanthropyDeloitte study finds American companies have high hopes for their employees’ volunteer efforts, but few businesses do enough to shape and measure the impact of those efforts. May 3, 2010 news
Transforming high expectations into great impact: Corporate America is getting itEvan Hochberg on the Case Foundation blogEvan Hochberg guest blogs at the Case Foundation about the results of Deloitte’s 2010 Volunteer IMPACT Survey. May 5, 2010 blog
Taproot FoundationThe Taproot Foundation has works to transform the nascent field of pro bono service into a national platform to leverage top talent in support of our communities' greatest needs. May 26, 2010 partner
Committee Encouraging Corporate PhilanthropyThe Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy is the only international forum of business CEOs and chairpersons focused exclusively on corporate philanthropy. CECP’s mission is to lead the business ... May 26, 2010 partner
CommonGood CareersThe mission of Commongood Careers is to enable innovative nonprofits to build strong organizations through the recruitment, retention and development of outstanding talent. May 26, 2010 partner
The Case for Corporate CitizenshipCorporate responsibility has become a key driver in securing stakeholder interest, consumer trust, and employee loyalty, and many corporations are stepping up accordingly to demonstrate their leadership ... May 27, 2010 discussion
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Online Engagement

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eCitizenship... LiterallyMan uses Twitter, flickr, blogs, video to share naturalization experienceDavid Chen took both eCitizenship and his naturalization ceremony to a new level when he used social media to share his experience of becoming a U.S. citizen. David used Twitter, flickr, personal ... March 19, 2010 discussion
What nonprofits need to know about social mediaSmartBlog on Social MediaIndividuals who attended the “Engaging Citizen 2.0” discussions co-hosted by NCoC, PACE, and the Case Foundation at the 2009 Annual Conference might find helpful this interview with Beth Kanter ... March 15, 2010 blog
Meet UpMeetup's mission is to revitalize local community and help people around the world self-organize. February 23, 2010 partner
Change.orgToday as citizens of the world, we face a daunting array of social and environmental problems ranging from health care and education to global warming and economic inequality. February 23, 2010 partner
Generation WeGeneration We is a movement to create “globally responsible citizens” through social media and new technology resources. February 23, 2010 partner
Personal Democracy ForumPersonal Democracy Forum work as a hub of information and discussion as technology and the Internet are changing democracy in America. 2/23/2010 partner
SplashLifeSplashLife is for young people seeking to improve their own lives and the world around them. February 23, 2010 partner
Causes on FacebookCauses empowers anyone with a good idea or passion for change to impact the world. Using our platform, individuals mobilize their network of friends to grow lasting social and political movements. February 23, 2010 partner
Social media aids in Haiti earthquake relief and responseFrom Twitter organizing to Google maps to text-to-give donations, the widespread use and application of social technology is altering and facilitating the modes through which Haitian earthquake relief ... January 15, 2010 discussion
Engaging Citizen 2.0Two panels at the afternoon session of the 2009 National Conference on Citizenship explored “Why Social Media is Important for Civic Engagement?” and “How Can Organizations Best Utilize ... October 2, 2009 video
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Political Involvement

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Harnessing Active Citizenship: The Internet as a Tool to Engage the PublicIn Using Online Tools to Engage-and be Engaged- by The Public , author Matt Leighninger describes how a “public manager” can use specific technologies to harness the power of active citizenship ... June 10, 2011 publication
Government: right-sized and in the right roleBy Karen Baker, California Secretary of Service and VolunteeringIn this guest post, Karen Baker explores the important role each sector can plan in tapping individual civic energy for social good in communities. “A multi-sector approach is based on the idea ... May 17, 2011 expert commentary
Change Is Possible—Though Not Instantby Scott Beale, CEO, Atlas CorpsOn April 21, 2011, Atlas Corps, Civic Enterprises, and NCoC hosted a panel discussion entitled “The Road to Democracy: My Reflections on the Egyptian Revolution.” Three Egyptian women shared ... April 26, 2011 discussion
Beyond Civility: From Public Engagement to Problem SolvingAn Action Guide for City LeadersThis new publication from the National League of Cities illustrates the principles of democratic governance, including modeling civility, creating opportunities for informed engagement, supporting a culture ... April 11, 2011 publication
Your Voice in Action: Ask Arne DuncanThe Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, has agreed to answer the top questions chosen by you on SparkAction.org. NCoC has partnered with SparkAction.org to make sure your voice is in the mix. February 9, 2011
The Fork in the Civility Roadby Karlo MarceloWhen crisis happens, sometimes it is easy to point fingers in a quest to answer the question “Why did this happen?” Many will attempt to assign blame for the tragedy in Tucson on politics, ... February 1, 2011 discussion
The Necessity of Civilityby David B. SmithThe mission of our 65-year-old institution has always been to promote active citizenship, and we have often built atop that foundation to focus on specific strategies from time to time. In our current ... December 29, 2010 discussion
Executive SummaryPennsylvania Civic Health Index 2010 December 22, 2010 civic health index
Who Votes? Who Helps? Who Shapes Pennsylvania?Pennsylvania Civic Health Index 2010 December 22, 2010 civic health index
Indicator 1 and 2: Voter Registration and TurnoutPennsylvania Civic Health Index 2010 December 22, 2010 civic health index
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Social Capital

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Figure 3: Preferred Ways to Engage "Citizen-Centered" EngagementDiscussing and ActingOur most active citizens both attend public meetings on community issues and work with other people directly on public problems. Sep 17th, 2007 civic health index
Connecting Others through Friends & Family “Lonely Nation”: People Are Considerably Less Connected To Family And FriendsSigns of Civic DeclineMore than one-fourth of American households (29.8 million of them) consist of just one person, compared with less than one-fifth of American households (13.9 million) in 1975. Sep 18th, 2006 civic health index
2008 Civic Health Index: Sustaining civic engagement beyond Election DayThe National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) today released their 2008 civic report called “America’s Civic Health Index: Beyond the Vote”. [True confessions: the Saguaro Seminar was ... September 22, 2008 blog
30 Under 30: Civic LeadersSome people were born to perform, others were born to create. And to nurture others. And to fight to improve our way of life. That’s why, in partnership with Splashlife, we scoured the country to ... September 1, 2011 program
A Call for Civic EducationVirginia Civic Health Index 2010 November 8, 2010 civic health index
A Closer Look: Great Consistency- Across Income, Education, Ethnicity- in Decreased ParticipationCalifornia 2009 Civic Health Index November 24, 2009 civic health index
A Different Explanation: A Spirit of Adventurous Experiment: Civic Life in the Twin CitiesTale of Two Cities: Civic Health in Miami and Minneapolis-St. Paul January 24, 2011
A Journey That CountsPromoting Citizenship Education from Sea to Shining SeaSome American citizens are walking the walk--literally!--when it comes to demonstrating their commitment to citizenship and civic engagement. Diane Eckstein, her husband John, and their dog Kipp are ... January 24, 2012 program
Access to Information and Civic EngagementMissouri Civic Health Index 2010 October 26, 2010 civic health index
ACTIONS THAT BUILD COMMUNITYArizona Civic Health Index 2010 September 23, 2010 civic health index
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Giving and Volunteering