A National Service Initiative
Starting in Kindergarten
We have wonderful service models – both humanitarian and environmental – sprinkled throughout our communities nationwide, and globally.
- We have the capability to bring these models to each and every community.
- We have the infrastructure to support this work and coordinate nationwide.
- We have the workforce – the personnel – and the desire to execute.
Our social entrepreneurs are ready, our schools are ready, our children are ready. We have all the capability at our disposal. Nothing stands in our way. This initiative requires no legislation and start-up funding.
As adults, we have been unsuccessful for too long. It’s time to place our children at the forefront of our service efforts. It’s time for our children to learn from our best social entrepreneurs with schools, education as the backbone. Our children deserve this opportunity.
It’s time to grow a generation of leaders that knows how to collaborate and problem solve efficiently and effectively.
We can do this. It is a rather simple proposition.
This initiative requires no legislation. It is immediately actionable.
Service learning connects community service with academic learning, personal growth, and civic responsibility.
We have all the parts.
We just need to put it together.
- Social entrepreneurs
- Project models
- Schools, children, teachers
- Parents, community members
- Service learning
- Technology to connect our efforts
We can organize our service engagements at the community level and coordinate nationally. Service topics organized by grade level provide structure and a foundation of awareness and skills in our citizenry.
Schools – our youth – will track our progress in our communities and nationally, in areas of genuine human and environmental need.