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This new website by two Washington, D.C., college students – Chris Golden of American University and Nick Troiano of Georgetown University – provides volunteers and service organizations a platform to share what they are doing through service as a way to inspire others. Aimed at the Millennial Generation – which the two define as 13- to 30-year olds – the website contains blogs and links to other social media, such as Facebook. The founders’ “volun-tweet” application – to measure the impact of volunteering through social networking – was one of five winners in social innovation at a conference organized by


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