Dr. Jesse T. Richman
Individual civic engagement choices are quite complex and various life events and experiences can influence a person's civic activity or lack thereof. This work examines a group of citizens in a specific location who have chosen to take the first step toward serving their community. The goal of the research is to view civic engagement in broader terms than just a motivation to vote on Election Day, but to provide a sustainable volunteer force for improving communities. The research investigates the role educational attainment plays in encouraging civic involvement.
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Special thanks to my faculty mentor, Dr. Jesse Richman
"The Impacts of Educational Attainment, Professional Interests, and Residency on Community Involvement and Civic Engagement,"
Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal: Vol. 2
, Article 4.
Available at: http://publish.wm.edu/caaurj/vol2/iss1/4