Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaOn The Money: Trump presses GM, union to start talks over closed plant | Trump renews call to cut arts, PBS funding | Alan Krueger, former Obama economic adviser, dies at 58 | Americans expected to bet .5B on March Madness Obama reminisces about visit to Ireland on St. Patrick's Day: 'It'll always be O'Bama' Klobuchar on Trump's rhetoric and hate crimes: 'At the very least, he is dividing people' MORE will lay out a comprehensive national service agenda in a speech at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs tomorrow, his campaign has announced.

The agenda will "create new opportunities for Americans to serve and direct that service to our most pressing national challenges," the campaign said.

Obama includes "service" in his website's list of 24 issues for his campaign. The site tells readers that Obama plans to more than triple the size of AmeriCorps, double the Peace Corps, and create Classroom, Clean Energy, Health, Homeland Security, and Veterans Corps as avenues for Americans to volunteer.

The senator also wants to establish a $4,000 tax credit for college students who do 100 hours or more of community service, the site says. The site points to Obama's beginnings as a community organizer in Chicago as the start of his "lifetime of service."