The Franklin Project is an effort to improve citizenship by giving every young person in America the opportunity to do a service year. Sometime between the ages of 18 and 28, the young person would do a fully paid, full-time year of service in one of an array of areas from conservation to education and everything in between. These young people will do good work and solve problems. But the real product is better young Americans.
Summit at Gettysburg Opening at Meade’s Headquarters
Remarks, General (Ret.) Stan McChrystal (Chairman, Leadership Council of the Franklin Project)
Recitation of the Gettysburg Address