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USA Freedom Corp

Learn about making a difference by volunteering

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Net Smartz

Today’s teens have a knowledge of the Internet that often surpasses that of their parents. Because so many teens are Internet savvy, it is imperative that they also have an understanding of the dangers that exist online and how to deal with them

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Tips for Teens: The Truth About Tobacco

Site sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services gives a list of articles and books that can be purchased on important teen topics

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Too Smart To Start

Part of the Too Smart to Start program, this colorful board game was developed to help parents and young people aged 9 to 13 talk about underage alcohol use, why it’s not smart, and how to prevent it

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The Library of Congress

Learn all about your country with this great website. It has everything you would want to know and more!

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Military Coins

Learn all about Military Coins and their history

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Military History Institute

Learn all about Military history

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National Army Museum

Learn all about the National Army Museum in the UK

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Center for Military History

Learn about Military History with these beautiful images

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Freedom Corp

Learn about Volunteer Opportunities

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Environmental Explorers Club

This is the U.S. EPA’s web site for kids. Kids can explore the environment and learn about neat things they can do to protect it. The site had games, pictures, and stories as well

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Military Terms

Here is the DoD Dictionary of Military Terms to help you learn the code.

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Military Terms

Here is the DoD Dictionary of Military Terms to help you learn the code.

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National Youth Employment Coalition

Dedicated to promoting policies and initiatives that help youth become lifelong learners, productive workers, and self-sufficient citizens.

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Laura and the Law

Read all about Laura who helped to get the Student Choice Law passed, which gives students the right to say “NO” when asked to dissect animals in science classes at school.

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