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AmeriCorps Alums Book Club Survey

AmeriCorps Alums is developing a national book club that focuses on issues, topics, and authors that resonate with AmeriCorps alumni across the country. We are seeking your input to develop a book club that is meaningful and valuable to you.  Please take a moment to complete this survey to better help us shape the AmeriCorps Alums Book Club.

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1. How likely are you to participate in an AmeriCorps Alums Book Club?
I definitely will participate
I probably will participate
I won't participate

2. If you do not plan to take part in the AmeriCorps Alums Book Club, what are the barriers to your participation?

I’m just not interested

I’m too busy

I don’t like conference calls


3. The best time to schedule a book club meeting via conference call would be (check all that apply):

     A. Frequency
         Monthly         Bi-Monthly         Quarterly
     B. Time of Day
         Lunch(12PM - 1PM)       Late Afternoon(3PM - 4PM)       Early Evening(7PM - 8PM)
      C. Time of Month
         1st Week         2nd Week         3rd Week         4th Week
     D. Day of Week
    Monday   Tuesday   Wednesday   Thursday   Friday   Saturday   Sunday

4. In which time zone are you located?

     Eastern   Central   Mountain   Pacific   Other:

5. The types of books that I would be interested in reading are:
   Leadership   Motivational   Social Entrepreneurship   Travel   Volunteerism
   Career Building   Alum Authors   Personal Growth   Spirituality

6. Of the authors and titles listed below, please select the ones that you would be interested in reading and discussing as part of the book club:
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Margaret Wheatley
Bill Shore
Peter Block
The Cathedral Within, Bill Shore
The Answer to How is Yes, Peter Block  
Imagine Ourselves: Global Voices From A New Generation of Women, Isabel Allende & Paula Goldman
What color is your parachute?, Richard Bolles
Be Bold, Cheryl L. Dorsey & Laura Galinsky
Talent is Never Enough, John C. Maxwell
Who Moved My Cheese, Spencer Johnson & Kenneth Blanchard
The Power of Now, Echkart Tolle
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Steven Covey
Principle-centered Leadership, Steven Covey
Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life, Robert N. Bellah, Richard Madsen, William M. Sullivan, & Ann Swidler
Adventure Divas: Searching the Globe for Women Who Are Changing the World, Holly Morris
Help Is On Its Way, Jennifer Forrest

7. Would you like to have face-to-face Book Club gatherings as a benefit or activity of your local chapter?
Yes     No     Maybe

8. What is the name of your local AmeriCorps Alums Chapter?

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