Monday, May 12, 2008

88% of Millennials Support Public Service Academy

A new study conducted by SocialSphere and sponsored by the McCormick Tribune Foundation reveals strong support among Millennials for a U.S. Public Service Academy.

The Public Service Academy is an idea of two Gen X'ers to create the civilian equivalent of the military academies - an undergraduate institution where students attend for free in exchange for a specified period of service in the public sector.

The idea benefits every generation, encouraging Millennials to consider a career in public service and offering Gen X'ers and Boomers a forum to share their experience and expertise with their successors.

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