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Article: Using Software for Making Student Service Manageable

An effective service-learning program can help students learn important Christian values. But service-learning programs often have many aspects to manage, making them challenging to oversee.

Read the article in Christian School Products magazine.

x2VOL Case Study Released: Student Community Service Educates the Heart at Dunham School

BATON ROUGE, La. — December 12, 2014 —Dunham School is teaching a lot more than the core curriculum to their students. Dunham School students give a minimum of 100 hours in community service before they graduate which enriches the students’ lives and helps others in need. Dunham’s service program and how they manage it with x2VOL from intelliVOL is chronicled in a newly released case study available now. Click to Tweet.

Free 60-day Trial of x2VOL Community Service System for Schools

DALLAS – October 21, 2013 – intelliVOL, creators of x2VOL, is offering schools a free 60-day trial of its award-winning x2VOL community service tracking and reporting platform. The free trial is available until the end of this year, which spans the time when students are most likely to volunteer.

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x2VOL Makes it Easier to do God’s Work

Dallas-based intelliVOL Helps St. Agnes Academy Manage Community Service

MEMPHIS, Tenn.–()–Catholic schools have a clear mission to do God’s work while developing their students’ commitment to service. However, community service can be overwhelming in large schools where administrators manage hundreds of students and thousands of volunteer hours. St. Agnes Academy—a large Catholic school in Memphis–found a perfect solution to the paperwork nightmare by relying on x2VOL to make doing God’s work a whole lot easier.

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x2VOL Video Contest

DALLAS- August 29, 2011 — High school students can win a $1,000 scholarship for creating a short video explaining why community service is important. The x2VOL Video Contest, sponsored by Texas-based intelliVOL—which developed the x2VOL volunteer tracking and reporting system for high schools—runs through September 30, 2011.

What: x2VOL Video Contest

Prizes: One $1,000 scholarship and two $500 scholarships

Who: U.S. students in grades 9-12 in any public, private or home school

Guidelines: Submit a 2-minute video explaining why community service is important

When: Videos must be posted to YouTube by midnight on Friday, Sept 30, 2011. Be sure to follow these simple guidelines intellivol.com/videocontest.