Students benefit a lot by doing community service

DeLauro, Rosa
September 2007
Hill;9/18/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 106, p51
The article reports on the programs for student community services in the U.S. The Learn and Serve America program supports service-learning for K-12 and college students to apply their academic studies in service. The House Democrats allocate $15.2 million for the Corporation for National & Community Service. Furthermore, the Summer of Service Act is proposed which grants $500 to students who complete 100 hours of service.


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