One of the most powerful tools we have as Americans is citizen advocacy. We can all support programs and policies that are designed to accelerate economic, educational and civic well-being and bring them to the attention of our elected officials.
City and county leaders met with higher education experts at The University of Texas at El Paso recently to figure out how to stem the brain drain they say is robbing the border region of its future leaders.
Last week, we participated in a dynamic conversation hosted by World Vision, Seattle Community Colleges and the City of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development with 50 opportunity advocates in Seattle.
It was a cross-country Google and Dell-sponsored journey with hundreds of inspired young Indians, aboard a timeless technology—a passenger train— that inspired his true mission. He wanted Millennials in the U.S. to rediscover their country and learn of exciting and innovative things happening around it.
The bipartisan American Dream Accounts Act would authorize the creation of online college savings accounts combined with resources and support intended to help more students access a college education that leads to a career.