Peace Corps and other national service programs could take advantage of skills and know-how of retiring boomers. The Peace Corps would work even better.
For three of the four candidates in Tuesday’s Democratic primary, the temptation to try to position themselves as heir to the Kennedy legacy has proved too sweet to resist.
The two presidents celebrate a surge in volunteerism. The challenge is how to target and keep the free talent of millions of Americans.
Peace Corps and others see ’60s-style interest from recent grads.
Comprehension and other critical skills improve dramatically with one-on-one help from Experience Corps' volunteers, a new study shows.