News and information on the role that government, small business, the nonprofit sector and philanthropy play in creating healthy and vibrant communities.
Students and classes they participate in are getting creative for their civic engagement requirements.
A myriad of creative ideas are pouring in to address social issues like empowering youth,...more
NYU Poly's Center for K12 STEM Education hooks up with leading NYC education nonprofit HEAF to offer STEM education to underserved middle and high school students in the city.
As the demand for...more
D.C.'s college students are feeling the severe impact of the federal budget cut or sequestration. Most of the students rely on federal grant programs to cover student financial aid.
The U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools program visited schools and districts throughout the state that have demonstrated sustainable practices and environmental leadership in public...more
Newton North alums Camilla Shearman and Elena Hemler spent four months volunteering at Sega Girls School, a residential school for girls in Tanzania which is supported by the nonprofit Nurturing...more
Kimberly Hall Clement, a Marvel native, has recently been named as the new community development officer of Southern Bancorp Community partners in Helena.
Clement will be responsible for...more
University of Copenhagen's anthropologist Sara Lei Sparre concludes in her latest submitted PhD thesis that a new movement of young Egyptians dedicated to doing voluntary work has provided many...more
In an article that features charts from the recent publication, Higher Education Tax Reform: A Shared Agenda for Increasing College Affordability, Access, and Success, data reveals that students with...more
The District's Maury Elementary School's newest teachers are bald, cuddly babies who aim to teach a thing or two about kindness to children.
The program is called Roots of Empathy, which was...more
The Youth Entrepreneurship Program at Cabrillo College will be having four weeklong courses this summer.
Middle- and high-school students are encouraged to participate in the courses. There are 20...more