Voluntary Service: The Important Carrier of Ideological and Political Education of College Students

Ying LAN, Linquan PENG


Voluntary service is an important social service activity based on the summary of the activities of learning from Lei Feng and foreign voluntary work experience, which is an important carrier of the ideological and political education of college students. In order to innovate ideological and political education of college students and improve its effectiveness, colleges and universities need to effectively promote the development of college student voluntary services.


Voluntary service; Ideological and political education of college students; Carrier

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