Which of these service projects sounds the best to you?
Visit a classroom of students to talk about the importance of being kind and truthful online
Giving blood at The Red Cross to help injured victims after a traumatic earthquake
Walking five miles roundtrip around a public park carrying a jug of water to raise awareness about water scarcity issues
Assisting in an art therapy class for senior citizens to help prevent Alzheimer’s disease
Visiting a local animal shelter and helping walk the dogs or play with the cats

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Which of these careers sounds best to you?
An accountant who helps young parents learn how to save their money
An environmental lawyer that argues for government legislation to reduce toxic chemicals from lakes and rivers
A chef who operates a food truck that serves inexpensive, healthy meals in low-income areas and food deserts
A youth volunteer coordinator at the local YMCA
A personal trainer who helps clients build healthy habits

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Which of these statements do you agree with the most?
We cannot always build the futures for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future
By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.
The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it’s whether we provide enough for those who have too little.
Age is just a number, and everyone young and old have something valuable to contribute to society.

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Which of these statistics bothers you the most?
In 2011, 68% of 4th graders in the US were reading at a below proficient level and 34% of those 4th graders were reading at a below basic level.
After Hurricane Katrina, the majority of money given to New Orleans by the government as recovery funding went to immediate emergency relief, not rebuilding, which lead to longterm problems for the city.
The majority of sex trafficking occurs internationally but Atlanta was named by the FBI as one of the top 14 cities with the highest number of child sex workers
Nursing home patients, on average, 3.5 hours of care in a 24 hour period, and often experience feelings of loneliness due to their lack of interaction.
About 91% of older adults have a least one chronic condition, and 73% have at least two, which often compromises their quality of life, often forcing them to give up their independence too soon

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Which description best describes you?
You believe that learning about money and money management is an essential skill and shouldn't have to be overwhelming, especially to young people
You believe that we will not have a functional society if we destroy the environment
You believe that everyone should have access to healthy foods
You feel that the Arts (dance, music, theatre, painting, etc.) are just as essential to a student’s education as math, reading, and science
You believe in the importance of healthy habits and the way that they improve quality of life

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What do you think is the biggest issue facing the world today?
Having the highest teen pregnancy rate in the industrialized world, meaning a higher rate than even Europe and Canada
The opioid epidemic and the rate at which it is spreading
Most countries’ infrastructures and governments being ill-equipped to properly handle the aftermath of a natural disaster.
Children around the world not getting the same educational opportunities to allow them to become stable, contributing members to society
Senior citizens experiencing “elder abuse” which is the financial exploitation, physical harm, neglect, emotional abuse, or sexual abuse of an older person

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Which of these service projects sounds the best to you?
Visiting an elementary school and teaching young students about being active for 30 minutes a day
Volunteering to read to young students at the town library
Volunteering with the fire department to teach peers about creating an effective emergency plan for their families and homes
Raising money to get more computers in the computer lab at a local school
Throwing a prom for teens battling illness in a hospital that would otherwise not be able to have such an experience

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Which of these careers sounds best to you?
Helping match mentors with students at Big Brothers Big Sisters
A psychologist at a drug rehabilitation center
An Emergency Medical Technician trained to respond quickly to urgent situations regarding medical issues, traumatic injuries and accident scenes
A social worker that helps high school students in foster homes
An adoption counselor at a local animal shelter, helping to match rescue dogs with the best forever home for them

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Which of these statistics bothers you the most?
Approximately 62% of teenage mothers who have a child prior to 18 do not obtain a high school diploma
Motor vehicle crashes remain the number one cause of death for teens. Teen drivers (age 16 to 19) are involved in fatal crashes at four times the rate of adult drives (ages 25 to 69)
The growth in population of coastal areas demonstrate the importance of emergency planning and preparedness for areas that are at risk for dangerous weather events.
Inadequate education leads to large public and social costs in the form of lower income and poor economic growth, reduced tax revenues, and higher costs of health care, social security, and increased crime
The arts help kids to succeed in school and in life. Students who receive arts education have stronger social skills, improved motivation to learn, and more esteem for themselves and their peers

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Which description best describes you?
You believe that educating about the dangers of texting while driving is an important task for this generation of drivers.
You feel a deep connection with the earth and the outdoors
You always have a backup plan
You actively avoid groups that exclude others
You believe in the importance of educating others on the extreme poverty that many populations face around the globe.

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What do you think is the biggest issue facing the world today?
Children committing suicide over rumors spread about them on the internet
Recycling being easier than ever to do, yet the majority of us not recycling. Over 75% of waster is recyclable, but we only recycle about 30% of it.
48.8 million Americans struggling with hunger at some time during the year. Anxiety, negative feelings about self-worth and hostility toward the outside world can result from chronic hunger and food insecurity
Health care systems facing extreme problems because of chronic disease in older adults. Chronic conditions place a significant financial burden on individuals as well as health care systems.
Veterans falling into homelessness due to war disabilities, difficulty readjusting back to civilian life, mental anguish, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Which of these service opportunities sounds the best to you?
Speaking to younger students about the importance of not texting while driving and the #ItCanWait movement
Cleaning up trash in your neighborhood and in local parks
Building edible gardens in cities for low-income people to grow their own food
Buying a coffee tree in Rwanda for farmers there to use to make an income
Serving food at a homeless shelter

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Which of these careers sounds best to you?
A librarian who helps students learn to love reading
An architect for Habitat for Humanity that helps build stronger homes after natural disasters
A solar engineer for a renewable energy company that works on solar energy projects and climate studies
A counselor that helps refugees (those that have fled their countries) adjust to building a new life
A geriatric doctor, which is a doctor that specializes in the aging process and health problems that frequently affect older adults

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Which of these statistics bothers you the most?
Women make $10,784 less than their male counterparts every year according to the national Partnership for Women and Families
In Haiti, humanitarian workers were faced with one of the most devastating natural disasters in recent history with over 300,000 injured, 225,000 killed, and 1.5 million people homeless
Today, the average family uses 90 pounds of steel cans a year. If all those cans were recycled, we could 65 pounds of coal which can be used for electricity
1 in 5 American adults does not use the Internet, and half of that population believes that the Internet does not have anything to offer them.
Hungry children suffer from unwanted weight loss, fatigue, headaches, irritability, inability to concentrate and frequent colds at a 2-4 times higher rate.

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What do you think is the biggest issue facing the world today?
The increase of sedentary lifestyles and the health risks associated with that.
Our natural reservoirs being depleted at alarming rates. If we do not address this crisis in the next 15 years, over 5 billion people will suffer from water shortages.
The lack of access to modern technology contributing greatly to economic inequality, hurting those with a lower socioeconomic status
Human rights violations happening all over the globe
The mistreatment of animals and pets at the hands of abusive owners

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