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Robert Hodder

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Robert Hodder is currently working with Experience Corps in Washington D.C. to help K-3rd graders with their reading skills. Previous volunteer experiences include assisting the homeless and the hungry. He oversees Executive Communications for AARP and enjoys tennis, hiking and is a stained glass craftsman with over thirty years experience .

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The View From 14 Inches

Posted on 10/25/2012 by | Washington D.C. | Comments

VolunteeringEarlier this month I began my Experience Corps work with Washington, D.C. elementary school kids to build their reading skills.  It has been both exhilarating and exhausting.  And although I’m having a tremendous amount of fun, I am already developing calluses on my back side getting used to sitting in a chair that’s only 14 inches off the ground! H. L. Mencken once famously said, “Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public.”  My Experience Corps corollary …