ServiceNation is a national campaign calling for the next President and Congress, leaders and citizens to create a new era of working together to solve our greatest and most persistent societal challenges. Obviously, this is a huge calling.
Will the ServiceNation movement be able to get the attention of those who can make it possible? The answer is an amazing yes!
This week, on September 11-12 in New York City, the ServiceNation Summit 2008 will be held. Presidential candidates, Senator John McCain and Senator Barak Obama, will participate in a Presidential Forum on Service. The remainder of the summit is packed with sessions focused on key topics related to national and community service. The participant list currently includes 700 of the top change leaders.
I am honored and excited to have received an invitation to attend this ServiceNation Summit and blog about my experience and thoughts.
I have a favor to ask of you. Please answer the following question:
What questions on the topic of service do you want answered by top leaders at the ServiceNation Summit?
If I have the opportunity to ask your questions, I will share the answers with you as well.
Go to http://www.bethechangeinc.org/servicenation to learn more about the ServiceNation movement and how you can get involved.