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Teen Volunteerism (Nancy Lublin)
With only a quarter of Americans aged 16 and older making time for volunteering at least once a year, volunteerism is at a record low in the United States. That’s according to a 2014 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. This week on "Full Frame" – empowering the next generation of volunteers to make an impact, worldwide.
A social entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist, Nancy Lublin’s online marketing and social media prowess has empowered a new generation of “do-ers.” Nancy Lublin joins Mike Walter to discuss what she has learned about inspiring and motivating young people to give back in their communities and take action to make an impact.
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