Membership: Younger Members are... Closer Than You Think

Morrill, Robert M.
October 2011
Officer Review Magazine;Oct2011, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p21
The article focuses on the membership of youth in the Military Order of the World War (MOWW). It states that recruitment of youth for membership is a challenge since their cultures and lifestyles vary according to their generation. It states that the ability of recruiter of making the young people special is important in the recruitment process. Moreover, inclusion of the candidates for MOWW membership in the activities should also be considered.


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