COOL

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COOLCountry of Origin Labeling
COOLConservation Online
COOLCommunity of Online Learners
COOLConcurrent Object Oriented Language (programming)
COOLControl Oriented Ontology Language
COOLCombined Object Oriented Language
COOLClassroom Object Oriented Language
COOLComprehensive Object Oriented Learning
COOLClips Object Oriented Language
COOLCredentialing Opportunities Online (US Army)
COOLCampus Outreach Opportunity League (est. 1984)
COOLCollege Opportunities Online Locator (US Department of Education)
COOLCoastal Ocean Observation Laboratory (Rutgers University Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences)
COOLClimate Options for the Long Term
COOLClips Object-Oriented Language
COOLCommerce Opportunities On-Line
COOLConsortium of Ontario Libraries
COOLChorus Object Oriented Layer
COOLConstipated Overrated Outdated Loser
COOLConstipated, Overweight, Overrated, Loser
COOLCOBOL Object-Oriented Language
COOLConstipated Overweighted Out-Of-Style Loser
COOLChrist Over Our Life
COOLCentral Online and Open Access Library
COOLConstipated Overweight Old Lady
COOLChance of Optimal Leverage
COOLConstipated Out of Style Loser
COOL(I have a) Call On Other Line
COOLCalendar of Optimal Learning (Lincoln School schedule; Cadillac, MI)
COOLUSAF Programs Connected With Alaskan Air Command
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To learn more about college activism, contact the Campus Outreach Opportunity League at (617) 695-2665 or www.cool2serve.org.
The best known youth service models are the Campus Outreach Opportunity League, the Student Coalition for Action in Literacy Education and the District of Columbia Service Corps.
The most dramatic story is that of the Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL), launched in 1984 by a group of recent college graduates to provide encouragement and technical assistance for youth-initiated service programs.
In addition, the Critical Elements of Thoughtful Community Service that were created by the Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL) also provided a standard framework for community service at an institution of higher learning (Bringle & Hatcher, 1996).
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