President John F. Kennedy inspired a young generation to public service in the early 1960s, talking about the "honor" that federal employees should fe...
I use the same two words: "Who cares?" -- not as a phrase, but as a question. And if I don't have an answer, I realize I don't know enough about this and I have to learn.
The American Dream is alive and well in Generation Y; its entrepreneurial spirit as strong as any generation since the so-called Greatest Generation. It would be a shame if the inevitable erosion of hope in crowdfunding turns entrepreneurs away.
I can assure you that BuzzFeed isn't destroying the Internet. They're re-creating world-class journalism, but just targeting a younger audience.
I think things get lost in translation as other generations act to reach out to this particular generation. My message to the Millennials? Other generations want to help.
The number one priority of just about every Jewish organization is to involve more younger members. In order to accomplish that one must be willing to genuinely engage the millennial generation and collaboratively shape the Jewish future together.
Looking around his West Philly community a 19-year-old do-gooder held his first community event, aiming to both recreate the look and feel of memorable childhood block parties, and bring warmth to an otherwise 'cold block.'
We are the ones with decades (our entire post-elementary school years) of accumulated information online. We should read up on this, form opinions, and ask for what we want.
I know what it takes to pay my rent, keep my phone on, and get to and from work. I know enough not to live beyond my means. I am not in debt. But even armed with this knowledge, I don't really make an effort to save and inevitably when my rent is due, I have enough to write the check and buy a pack of gum.
The first degree-granting historically black university in America, once known as the black Princeton, is aiming to harness its millennial alumni in order to generate more activism and create a network of change agents.
If there was ever a small opening for the GOP to win the hearts and minds of millennials, pot might be the golden ticket.
Sometimes parents think that if they simply keep a watchful eye on their kids' digital activity, everything will be fine. It's a nice theory, but putting it into practice is significantly more difficult than one might think.
This year, online shopping -- the Millennial way to spend -- has made the buying process quicker, easier and trendier, but it also adds excess choices into that which should be a simple gifting decision.
If you ever truly want to be a leader, then you have to start by leading. This is through your actions not your position.
Without young, mostly healthy people pouring money into the new insurance pool, the Affordable Care Act would not be, well, affordable.
I know you can achieve greatness in your lifetime, but the only way is to live with conviction and decide to turn your camera onto the world.