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Be sure to join us for a fun-filled day of skill-building workshops, guest speakers, and working with other students from Minnesota who are passionate about service!
Hosted by the University of MN - Leadership Minor Program
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For any questions or concerns please contact Tom Basquill, Jefferson Awards Regional Director, at email@example.com or at 763-742-8142.
Stay up to date with the Jefferson Awards around Minnesota and learn about how we are growing and inspiring volunteerism in our neighborhoods, workplaces, and schools!
The International School of MN wins the 2013 Students In Action Spring Competition for the 2nd Consecutive Year!
Congratulations on all your incredible work this year
to grow the culture of service in your school and community!
We'll see you at the Jefferson Awards National Ceremony in Washington DC!
Check out the Audience Choice Winner for Best Student Presentation - by Bloomington Jefferson HS!
The time and creativity that went into this presentation is certainly evident!
Wonderful job, PFC/SIA Team!
Watch a recap of the 2012 MN Students In Action Spring Competition here (in the style of The Hunger Games):
Congratulations to The International School of Minnesota (ISM) for winning the 2012 Spring Competition!
Students and staff from ISM will be attending the National Jefferson Awards Ceremony in Washington DC this June! Watch the video of student Georgie Brattland giving her school's presentation at this year's competition below.
Check out our new 30-second Students In Action promotional video!
It will be played during TV broadcasts of Minnesota Swarm games on Channel 45 the remainder of their season! After the clip, continue watching for the Swarm's recognition of SIA students on the field during the game on 3/30/12.
Funding for Youth Service Projects
Here are some resources to check out
Fun and Simple Way to Fight Hunger - FREE RICE
Play, learn and donate rice with every right answer!
* See an article in the Star Tribute about Brooklyn Center High School's visit to Washington DC here.
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