Matthew Segal is one tough boss — he plans to fire himself. While some say that 30 is the new 20, the 25-year-old co-founder and president of Our Time—an organization founded by young adults for young adults —says when he turns 30, he’ll be too old to stay on as staff. Advocacy groups for young people such as Our Time, generally have young leaders who reflect the demographic they serve. But what happens when they age out of their organization’s target demographic?
Monthly Archives: August, 2011
More than a half century after they were denied the opportunity to play in the Little League World Series, the 1955 Cannon Street YMCA All-Stars – originally from Charleston, S.C. – visited the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to share their story of segregation and lost opportunity.
U.S. stock investors applauded Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s reassuring speech on Friday, but many potential buyers are still sitting on their hands.
Go behind the scenes with the companies behind some virtual technology and see how virtual reality companies design and make equipment that they say will help them stay profitable even as the national defense budget shrinks.
Google may hold the first clues to the start of pandemics or bioterror outbreaks.
Covering a protest or rally at the White House or a national park is challenging. Here are some ways to ensure success, and avoid being arrested while trying to shoot video.
Students at the National Defense University’s iCollege learn about hacking and other cyber threats. Since most of them are already information technology professionals, graduates return to the workforce more cybersecurity savvy.
As other heads of state place solar panels on their residences, Obama’s promise to get solar on the White House remains unfulfilled.