Serving country and community is the most definitive effort to date to understand and evaluate the impact of national and community service on individual participants and local communities through rigorous research and a very accessible style the authors have produced a highly informative timely and important book with broad implications for future policy practice and research. Serving country and community hardcover who benefits from national service by peter frumkin joann jastrzab harvard university press 9780674046788 310pp publication date june 1 2010. Who benefits from americorps vista and national civilian community corps frumkin and jastrzab make important recommendations on how to improve the programs and resolve some of the political and administrative issues which have plagued those initiatives in the past two decades serving country and community is the most definitive effort to date to understand and evaluate the impact of . Serving country and community answers each of these questions through an in depth study of how service shapes the lives of young people and a careful analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of these programs many decades billions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of volunteers after the creation of the first national service programs such as the civilian conservation corps the peace . Serving country and community who benefits from national service peter frumkin and joann jastrzab book share this harvard university press may 2010 abt associates uses data and bold thinking to improve the quality of peoples lives worldwide we partner with clients and communities to tackle their most complex challenges footer menu contact us news events contract vehicles
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