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8 forms of civic engagement
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Giving personal time and energy to address immediate community needs.
Exploring a community to learn about its assets and how it is affected by current social problems.
Knowledge that effort can build upon.
Advocacy and Education
Using various modes of persuasion (petitions, marches, letter writing) to convince government or corporate decision makes to make choices that will benefit the community.
Working with the diverse constituencies of a community, building on existing assets, to solve problems and make it a better place.
Participating in a process of government, such as voting and campaigning
Socially responsible, personal and professional behavior
Maintaining a sense of responsibility to the welfare to others when making personal or professional decisions
Donating funding or needed items, organizing or participating in fundraising events
Participation in association
Participating in community organizations that develop the the social networks that provide a foundation for community building efforts
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