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American Humanics Program

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1 UNI to host nonprofit awards luncheon.
Public Relations News Release 2010:231, p.1
3/2/2011 Leaders of local nonprofits will be recognized for their outstanding contributions to the community.
2 National "Best Program" award for UNI American Humanics Program
Public Relations News Release 2007:493, p.1
3/7/2008 Nearly twenty students attended the American Humanics Management/Leadership Institute in Kansas City; list of students.
3 News Brief/Calendar of Events
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
2/12/2007 The American Humanics Program and Volunteer Center will be conducting a "Volunteer Blitz" February 12-16.
4 UNI to host Volunteer Fair
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
8/30/2006 The Volunteer Fair helps students learn about different volunteer opportunities and exploring new careers through volunteering. The Fair will be held in the Maucker Union Wednesday, September 6.
5 Cedar Valley Nonprofit Stars Awards announced by UNI American Humanics program
Public Relations News Release 2004:0, p.1
6/3/2005 American Humanics recognizes exceptional work in the nonprofit field for the first time in the Cedar Valley. Speaking at the event were Kala Stroup, President Koob, and Nate Gerdes.
6 Project VIP volunteer fair Tuesday
Northern Iowan 96:1, p.7
8/27/1999 More than forty nonprofit agencies will participate; sponsored by Project VIP, Volunteer Center of the Cedar Valley, and American Humanics.
7 Executive Director of American Humanics Program resigns
Huggins--Kelly (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 87:22, p.1
11/16/1990 Edward Clark resigned from his position as of November 9.
8 Radio/ TV Tips
Public Relations News Release 1988:233, p.1
1/9/1989 Ed Clark says that more people are getting invloved with American Humanics. More Americans are volunteering.
9 Trend of the '80's¿ volunteerism on the upswing.
Public Relations News Release 1988:217, p.1
12/21/1988 Study showed that 45% of Americans donate at least 4 and a half hours a week to charitable causes. Ed Clark says college students donate quite a bit of their time to work with the young, elderly and disabled.
10 People finding volunteerism to be more than just Christmas activity says University of Northern Iowa professor.
Public Relations News Release 1988:208, p.1
12/14/1988 Volunteerism has been increasing. A volunteer program provides a sense of belonging. People find satisfaction in volunteering and fulfillement.
11 Northern Iowa student, Dave Mable, named to American Humanics National Board of Directors.
Public Relations News Release 1988:157, p.1
11/11/1988 Dave Mable, a senior at UNI, expresses his future goals of the American Humanics program at UNI and nationally.
12 Northern Iowa's Dave Mable named as one of only two students to American Humanics National Board.
Public Relations News Release 1988:157, p.1
11/11/1988 Dave Mable a recreation major. American Humanics program is to support and cooperate with voluntary youth and human service agencies by educating students about working with volunteers in nonprofit organizations.
13 American Humanics president, Michael Lenaghan, to speak at Northern Iowa, Suday.
Public Relations News Release 1988:146, p.1
11/7/1988 Presentation titled, "How Do You Spell Relief: H-U-M-O-R." Lenaghan will also be visiting with Univeristy officials about the American Humanics program and its partnership with Northern Iowa.
14 National director of career development for the Boys Clubs of America to speak to a University of Northern Iowa audience on Thursday
Public Relations News Release 1987:376, p.1
4/18/1988 The Recreation Club's spring banquet is held at the Conway Civic Center, where Judith J. Carter speaks on career opportunities in human services. Her speech is the last of the presentations sponsored by the American Humanics Program.

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