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Local non-profit groups are tapping into the pool of OSU-Cascades students who may be looking for their passion and important life experiences.  Tuesday at OSU-Cascades, several groups such as Healthy Beginnings, the Forest Service and Coalition for Human Dignity held a “Volunteer Fair” on campus. Organizer Kate Roth says at the last fair, 75 students signed up to volunteer: "I think it will help because it will give them an opportunity to be involved. And it helps them discover their passion: Coalition for Human Dignity, U.S. Forest Service, environmental causes, so many things out there, just put yourself out there." Organizers say its a win-win because students get something good for their resume' and the non-profits get some much needed help.

 

 

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