Delta Circles founder and Center on Community Philanthropy Partner Patricia Ashanti Highlighted as 2014 Visionary

The article below originally appeared on the Arkansas Times annual Visionaries issue, which is a celebration of Arkansans with ideas of transformative power. Delta Circles, founded by Patricia Ashanti in 2009, is a small nonprofit in Helena with a big mission: fighting poverty in the
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My Pledge to Public Service

This blog post originally appeared on the Clinton Foundation’s blog. Erin O’Leary is an alum of the Clinton School. I will get things done for America – to make our people safer, smarter, and healthier. I will bring Americans together to strengthen our communities. F
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Old Golf Course Turned Into Community Course Garden

The story below was originally published by KTHV in Little Rock. An accompanying video on the story can be found here. (KTHV)- So many Arkansans don’t know where their next meal will come from. A new report from The US Department of Agriculture announced our state is the number
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Clinton School Study Highlights Economic Impact of Civil Legal Aid

The article below originally appeared online at www.dailyrecord.us A team of graduate students conducted research to help Arkansas Access to Justice Commission calculate the economic impact of civil legal aid services in Arkansas provided by the state’s two legal aid providers: the Ce
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First-Year Students to Complete 12 Public Service Projects in Arkansas

Twelve teams of students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will complete public service projects in partnership with public agencies, community initiatives, academic ventures, and nonprofit organizations across Arkansas during the 2014-2015 academic year
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Putting Hope into Action: The Clinton School of Public Service

This article was originally published by the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. The ultimate American Dream: The son of a single mother from a rural town in a small, Southern state becomes president of the United States and brings the nation’s only advanced degree in public ser
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Alum Jay Thompson (’09) Wins Comcast NBCUniversal Leadership Award

The Comcast NBCUniversal Leadership Awards recognize outstanding City Year alumni who are continuing their commitment to strengthening community, inspiring, mobilizing, and empowering others, creating and developing sustainable solutions for social change and who exemplify the core va
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Student Jenna Rhodes Works to Increase Community Engagement in North Little Rock Neighborhoods

A student from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service coordinated community engagement and outreach efforts in the Park Hill and Levy neighborhoods in North Little Rock for the development of improvement plans. In conjunction with Fit 2 Live of the City of North L
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Current Student Haylee Fletcher Reflects on her Ongoing International Project in South Africa

The blog entry below is part of a series written by current Clinton School students working abroad on their International Public Service Projects. This blog was written by current Clinton School student Haylee Fletcher. The original blog entry can be read here. Life seems to have a te
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Student Nick Provencher Works with The First Tee to Assess Impact

Nick Provencher of Calais, ME, completed his final capstone project with the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, collaborating with The First Tee of Central Arkansas to address student assessment and evaluation at The First Tee. Since 2001, The First Tee has provi
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