Can conference spark civic engagement among high-school students?

10/26/2012 | St. Cloud Times (Minn.)

The Center for Service-Learning and Social Change, a Minnesota-based nonprofit group that works with schools, recently hosted about 300 Minnesota high-school students at a conference with the hope they'll inspire their peers to get involved with important social issues, such as bullying and animal rights. "It's meant to be a catalyst. The conference is a chance for young people to come together and learn what the world's social issues are," said Kevin LaNave, executive director of the organization.

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