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Jason Bethke

By Jason Bethke

Tutoring 101: What Tutors Do

Tutoring goes beyond assisting a child with homework assignments. If you're interested in helping children get more out of their education and have a solid foundation for future learning, being a tutor is a great volunteer opportunity. Here's a peek inside the job of a tutor. More

03/24/14

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Tracey Holmes

By Tracey Holmes

UNITED WAY AND NFL PLAYERS “DRAFTING” VOLUNTEERS INTO COMMUNITY SERVICE

Volunteer team picks to be announced during first round of NFL Draft More

03/12/14

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Mei Cobb

By Mei Cobb

Meet Me in St. Louis – or Anywhere—to Volunteer

Millions of Americans came together around the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday in a day of service to honor the memory of Dr. King. United Way of Greater St. Louis, with support from Points of Light and the Corporation for National and Community Service, launched a series of activities both to honor Dr. King and to inspire a new commitment to serve among the citizens of St. Louis.

Photo courtesy of Saint Louis University Libraries 

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02/04/14

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Mei Cobb

By Mei Cobb

Cheer for the Winning Team

Whether you’re going for the Broncos or Seahawks, love the game itself or just tune in for the commercials, the Super Bowl is an amazing event. An estimated 100 million people will watch the game this year. But I already know the winning team. More

01/31/14

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Mei Cobb

By Mei Cobb

Celebrate National Reading Day

National Reading Day is an annual event which celebrates and encourages reading by younger children and is celebrated in thousands of schools all around the United States. More

01/23/14

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