- Traditionalists grew up in the wake of the Great Depression, leaving them with a sense of duty to give back to society and make a lasting contribution.
- Baby Boomers came of age during the political upheaval of the 1960's and 1970's and believe in the power of advocacy to impact social change.
- Generation Xers witnessed the decrease in government funding for social needs during the 1980's and emerged as independent minded social entrepreneurs.
- Millennials are used to team-based learning and volunteer requirements at school and are looking to grassroots activism to solve the world's problems as they mature.
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