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The National Conference on Citizenship

Mission: Strengthening civic life in America

NCoC pursues its mission through a nationwide network of partners involved in a cutting-edge civic health initiative and cross-sector conferences. At the core of these joint efforts is the belief that every person has the ability to help their community and country thrive.

Vision: Increasingly engaged, resilient communities as evidenced by measurable increases in the number of partners who individually and collectively take action to enhance civic life as a strategy for addressing their communities’ most pressing challenges.

 

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Since 2010, organizations in the state have come together to prepare the Indiana Civic Health Index on four occasions. The focus of this report is to take a closer look at how our civic health has changed over time with…

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Explore the Data

In 2009, NCoC was incorporated into the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act to expand the national civic health assessment in partnership with the Corporation for National & Community Service (CNCS) and the US Census Bureau. Today, the Civic Health Index draws upon data from the US Census Current Population Survey’s Voting, Volunteering, and Civic Engagement supplements. Data collection is made possible by funding from CNCS. NCoC has developed partnerships with states in blue to use data-driven approaches that strengthen civic health.

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In Review: 2019 Annual Conference on Citizenship

"Bright Spots: Local Leaders Inspiring Hope in America"

The 2019 Conference was hosted in partnership with The University of Maryland School of Public Policy, was held in College Park, MD with 300+ local leaders from across the country.

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