Proceedings from: Engaging the Poor and People of Color in Organized Service
Posted by on December 15, 2008
This summer the Corporation for National and Community Service sponsored its annual meeting titled, The Urgency of Now, in Atlanta, GA. Co-sponsored by the Points of Light and Hands On Network, the conference drew over 4,000 people who are active in volunteering and service around the nation. The sponsors engaged the firm, James B. Hyman, Ph.D., Inc, to plan and moderate an “Immersion Learning Session” entitled: Engaging the Poor and People of Color in Organized Service: Challenges and Opportunities. The firm just issued a report of proceedings along with a full transcript of the 3-hour conference session.
Read the report at: http://www.jamesbhyman.com/Publications/Report%20of%20Proceedings.pdf
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