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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Joshua Field
He says several factors are probably at work in the applications upsurge.
"Volunteers receive both practical, tangible benefits and a life-defining experience from their service," he says. "Volunteers live and work in other cultures, make significant impacts on local communities, develop invaluable leadership skills and learn a new language. These are important experiences for all Peace Corps volunteers to bring back to their home communities and for young people entering the global marketplace."