On April 5-7, 2013 Mobilize.org, with the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Marjorie S. Fisher Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and Lumina Foundation for Education, hosted a College to Career Pathways Summit in Detroit, Michigan. The convening of 100 Millennial students and civic leaders featured discussions on the economic and educational struggles (...)
On August 24-26, 2012 Mobilize.org convened over 60 Millennial students, nonprofit professionals and social entrepreneurs to discuss the challenges preventing the Millennial Generation from realizing their civic and electoral potentials for the 2012 election and beyond. Participants met with community leaders, elected officials and social entrepreneurs to capitalize on the energy surrounding (...)
On June 1-3, 2012, Mobilize.org convened over 100 Millennials currently enrolled in South Florida’s community colleges to discuss the challenges they face in completing their education and develop solutions to address them. Students collaborated with civic leaders, administration officials, and faculty on ways they can work together to tackle issues students face on their campuses and (...)
Mobilize.org is pioneering an innovative engagement model that leverages the unique characteristics of the Millennial Generation – collaboration, diversity, technological savvy and an entrepreneurial spirit – to ensure that this generation has equal access to actively participate in our democracy, and the skills, resources, relationships and support necessary to work, both individually and (...)
With more than 3 million students enrolled each year, California community colleges comprise the largest system of higher education in the country. But each year, only three out of 10 California community college students achieve their educational goals of transferring to a four year university or receive their qualifications for a two-year degree.
Without the proper training and development, (...)More