As we wrote about on December 23rd in, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II Takes Up YouTube, today we find a very different use for this video channel as governments are learning to leverage the Internet and control their own message. The Office of the Prime Minister (here in Israel), … [Read more...] about First the Queen; Now the P.M.O.
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From Ghana to Venezuela to Israel, 10 Brandeis University undergraduates have been selected to participate in social justice internships around the world this summer. Through The Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice, established by the generosity of an anonymous … [Read more...] about Learning To Give
Times have changed. The new donors of today and the donors of tomorrow are far different than the donors many nonprofits have become accustomed to. These up and coming donors are tech savvy. They grew up with video games and the World Wide Web. They are comfortable … [Read more...] about High Tech High Touch
Among the 78 million baby boomers in the U.S. today, are 32 million who are over 50 and moving toward retirement - and many of them are seeking a new career opportunity. Interestingly, over the next decade, according to research by the Bridgespan Group, nonprofits with … [Read more...] about Baby Boomers Next Career, Maybe
At the 2008 Summit in Washington, D.C., last night, Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life announced a $10.7 million grant from The Jim Joseph Foundation to expand the Experiential Educator Exemplar (E³) Program and to support the Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative. This is … [Read more...] about Innovate. Collaborate. Create. Take Initiative.