Harvard University’s Institute of Politics released a poll saying, “Young voters have become less idealistic and more partisan.”
In the NY Times article, “For ‘Millennials,’ a Tide of Cynicism and a Partisan Gap,” Sheryl Gay Stolberg shares the unsettling truth that Democrats and (...)
Much attention has been paid to Joel Stein’s Time Magazine cover story, “The Me Me Me Generation” along with the cover photo of a young girl taking the infamous ‘selfie.’ So much so that its become an Internet meme overnight and received more attention than the actual article titled “The (...)
In this day and age, one does not need to wait for the official news media in order to present to them news in a succinct and complete package.
Do they represent a more legitimate, evidence-based and informed publication? Certainly.
During the Boston Marathon bombings, which occurred on April 15, (...)
If you’ve ever spent time in the city of Detroit, you’re aware of her limitless splendor and beauty. Her essence of greatness is undeniable, her glory revealed through glimpses of her past and the hopes of a new future she boldly places on display. She’s not shy and is quite the extrovert, (...)
Unemployment. The term is widely discussed globally. Specifically in our own nation, many people have varying opinions on the current unemployment rates. Some say it’s a sign of economic recovery, while others argue it’s a sign that many job seekers have given up.
In order to combat (...)
Recently I had the opportunity to speak with the leaders of The Outreach Movement, a non-profit organization run entirely by high school students in Plano, Texas. Twice a week, tutors from The Outreach Movement use VOIP software and webcams to connect with middle school students in Dallas ISD to (...)
As the CEO of Points of Light and the co-founder of the HandsOn Network, Michelle Nunn has a history of successful social ventures. And as a successful entrepreneur, Nunn has endured her fair share of failures. These failures helped her get to where she is today, and Nunn stresses the importance (...)
Mobilize.org recently had the opportunity to interview Millennial leader and fulltime consultant Ebonie Cooper. Ebonie Cooper has adopted the mission of giving back to her community and is the founder of Friends of Ebonie. She recently released a survey (intended for African-Americans 20-35 years of (...)
Having transitioned from playing a lifelong part in my families business, to being a massage therapist, to finally finding my true passion working with Mobilize.org, I have learned so much about transition from college to career. Here is some valuable advice I learned along the way:
Follow your (...)
As a leading Millennial Social Entrepreneur, David B. Smith is no stranger to failure. Smith got where he is today by understanding the importance of failure, and applying lessons learned from his mistakes to future ventures. Smith stresses how vital it is to set ambitious goals and fail frequently (...)