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Democracy Is Not a Spectator Sport: The Ultimate Volunteer Handbook (edition 2011)

by Arthur Blaustein

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Title:Democracy Is Not a Spectator Sport: The Ultimate Volunteer Handbook
Authors:Arthur Blaustein
Info:Skyhorse Publishing (2011), Paperback, 272 pages
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Democracy is not a spectator sport! Learn how to get in the game with this com-prehensive collection of more than two hundred community service opportunities and experiences. More than a simple resource guide, this unique handbook includes interviews, anecdotes, and commentary from the top folks in nonprofit and service fields and ties together the strands of volunteering, community service, and civic engagement. Whether you have a specific cause in mind or are looking for volunteer work to beef up a resume or increase professional experience, here are short- and long-term ways to get involved.… (more)

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