Tag: Millennials

Generation Give: Make It Personal

Filed in For Profit, Millennials, Non-Profit, Plurals, Social Enterprise by on October 11, 2013 8 Comments
Generation Give: Make It Personal

They’re not interested in structures or institutions, but youth sure are eager to support the causes they’re passionate about.  In fact, this new wave of philanthropists — we’re dubbing “Generation Give” — believe social change is as important as profit (42% of youth under 30, as compared to 26% of adults over 45). In addition, […]

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Why “Connected Learning” Will Unleash A New Generation Of Social Entrepreneurs

Filed in 3. architects of change, Plurals, School by on October 3, 2013 2 Comments
Why “Connected Learning” Will Unleash A New Generation Of Social Entrepreneurs

“Information is the currency of democracy.” ~Thomas Jefferson So accustomed to a fast-paced and ever changing landscape of digital experiences, today’s generation of K-12 students aren’t always engaged learners at school.  For them, this institution of learning is just a single node in a global network of rich information resources. Though yesteryear’s schools (and libraries) […]

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