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The daughter of former President Clinton and ex-secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Kimmel are launching an initiative Monday with ServiceNation called “Serve a Year,” to encourage young people to serve in their communities for a year after high school or college.

Calling it a “critical time” for the country, Clinton, the vice chair of her family’s eponymous foundation, said in a news release, “If we can inspire and empower the next generation to serve, we can help solve our most pressing challenges and give young people the opportunities they're asking for and deserve.”

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Part of the push will also include promoting “Serve a Year” on television and online shows that are popular with millenials. A main character on ABC’s “The Middle” will join AmeriCorps next season, as a way of highlighting a service year opportunity. 

Clinton will announce the endeavor on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Monday.

The ex-executive mansion resident isn't the only public figure to make a recent appearance on Kimmel's show. President Obama participated in Kimmel's longrunning "Mean Tweets" segment earlier this month.