United States Service Core

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    Ever American citizen should be required to serve in the United States Service Core (USSC). There will be a wide range of programs to fulfill USSC minimal requirements. From a one year fulltime program or a two year part-time local program to a lifetime career. The purpose of the USSC is to help fulfill and enrich the humanitarian needs of the people. The USSC will work in cooperation with non-profit NGO’s such as Habitat for Humanities, United Nations, etc. as well as government organizations such as Peace Core, to your local school system. The USSC will be a stepping-stone for many young American people into life as an adult.

    A course will be offered in High School to students outlining the different USSC programs available. A person can sign up for military service instead of the USSC if they choose to do so. There will be USSC Programs that will help pay for collage or trade school. The state and local governments can have chapters of USSC to help them in their local needs. Many of the local chapters of USSC will help in providing services for the less fortunate and needy in life. The USSC will be the first job and or the first time away from the family for many of the members. It will be a learning experience for all who are involved.

    The USSC courses will be custom design to help meet the needs of the recipient as well as the USSC member. The Internet will play a large role in the USSC from program availability to training and operations of members. A person signing up with USSC will have to fill out an application answering question from what they want out of life to what they can do for USSC. For those member who can pay for there own expensive or qualify for scholarships to do so there will be a whole range of other programs available. For some people who are more fortunate than others in life, USSC can be a life long mentoring experience.

    The basic USSC program requirement is a one-year full time or two year part time program. The recipient will be responsible for training and other cost of the USSC Member. High School guidance consolers will advice and consulate individuals students on how they can meet their goals in life though the USSC. Public and private grants as well as scholarships will be available to member of USSC after they fulfill the basic USSC program. There will be a great deal of flexibility to the USSC programs to meet the needs of the members. Such as service in Basic USSC Program then college or trade school and then finish USSC graduate program to help pay for education. Every American graduating High School student will complete an open-end contract that can be amended with USSC.

    There will be two Basic USSC Programs available The Advantage Basic USSC Program for those who can pay their own way and Basic USSC Program for those who cannot pay or qualify for grants. The Basic USSC Program will be serving the local community in the public schools, parks, hospitals, nursing homes, community centers, soup kitchens, programs for the disabled, day care programs for the elderly and young. The Advantage Basic USSC members will be able to pay for transportation housing and food. They will be able to have a wider range of chooses and places to work. A person can choose to go to collage while fulfill their two year Basic Part Time USSC Program in the city or town where they are going to college when available. Private Non-Profit NGO’s will have
    Basic USSC Programs available that people can apply for over the Internet.

    Graduating students from the United States High Schools should be required to fill out USSC Membership Application Form and Contract. Whether they live up to the USSC Contract or not will be determined later in life. It should not be illegal if they don’t fulfill the USSC Contract only a strike on their record. Fulfilling the USSC Contract should only become part of ones resume opening more doors to more opportunities later in life.
     
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    There isn't such a thing.
     
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    You're out of your freaking mind. How about those 'less fortunate' DO something to become 'more fortunate'? You have some nerve insisting that people be *required* to foot the bill for someone else in life.
     
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    David being a -349 isn't worth a response..IMO
     
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    You're right.. I couldn't help myself.. Sides, it's not like you were here to drag me out of the thread. :D
     

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