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Program Spotlight:
Albuquerque Foster Grandparents
  Foster Grandparents in Albuquerque, NM, who serve with the elementary education program make sure that children in their care get plenty of individual attention. The 56 volunteers take part in class activities, but their main focus is the one-on-one time they spend with two children who are assigned to them.
Foster Grandparents in Albuquerque, NM, who serve with the elementary education program make sure that children in their care get plenty of individual attention. The 56 volunteers take part in class activities, but their main focus is the one-on-one time they spend with two children who are assigned to them.
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Foster Grandparent Henry Green mentors and tutors African American boys, ages 8-13, who have been identified as needing individualized mentoring and tutoring to improve their academic performance.   Foster Grandparent Henry Green mentors and tutors African American boys, ages 8-13, who have been identified as needing individualized mentoring and tutoring to improve their academic performance.
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Finding Resources on Civic Engagement

August 2008
Finding Resources on Civic Engagement
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News, Updates & Events
  8/25/2008   Three Years After Katrina, National Service Remains a Critical Force in Rebuilding Effort
  8/20/2008   National Service Agency Announces New Steps to Strengthen Support for Native American Communities
  8/8/2008   AmeriCorps Awards $2.2 Million to Eight Organizations
  7/28/2008   Volunteering 61 Million Strong; Need and Momentum Grow
  7/16/2008   Planned System Outage, July 16, 8:00 – 8:30 PM EST
  6/27/2008   President Highlights Impact of Service At White House Faith-Based Conference
  6/27/2008   CEO Statement on Senate FY09 Appropriations
  6/26/2008   CEO Update on Fiscal 2009 National Service Budget
  6/26/2008   National Service Agency Seeks Applicants for $3.5 Million to Serve Disadvantaged Youth
  6/23/2008   AmeriCorps VISTA Seeking 230 Members To Assist in Iowa Flood Recovery