How Higher Education Can Close the Technology Skills Gap
Higher education is well positioned to close the technology skills gap, if both students and schools take the proper steps to adequately position themselves to reflect the job market. Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology's Dr. Aisha Francis shares some effective strategies they have implemented to address this issue.
Following the Siren’s Song
Sirenian International speaks for the manatees (and dugongs).
2.4.19 US News
Publix Super Markets Charities donates $1 million to United Way to support those impacted by by the government shutdown, Cheryl Miles is named 2019 Kitchen Table Award Honoree by Chester County Fund for Women and Girls, The Audre Lorde Project seeks volunteers in NYC to support the LGBTSTGNC community, and more.
Of Cat Videos and Adorable Toddlers
Developing a polished, professional presence on the Internet can be a time-consuming, technically demanding, frustrating undertaking. This is where Atlanta-based 48in48 comes into play.
2.4.19 NC News
Frankie Lemmon School and Developmental Center receives $750,000 gift from Michael and Jessica Olander, NC's ninth Poet Laurate, Jaki Shelton Green, will be installed on February 18th at State Capitol, The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation seeks volunteers to help with clean-up after the government shutdown, and more.
This Rural Work
Randolph Keaton, Executive Director of Men & Women United for Youth & Families, and Shawn Maynor, Mayor of Bolton, NC, reflect on the challenges of working in rural communities and the importance of partnerships, accountability and succession planning.
Bitcoin: Fundraising for the Future
As the use of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general continues to grow, it’s critical that organizations understand best practices of accepting donations in virtual currency.
Experienced a Dip in Last Year’s Giving? How Nonprofits Can Mitigate the Impact of Tax Reform
How greatly tax reform will impact charitable giving remains to be seen. Nevertheless, while some changes have led certain organizations to reap lower-than-normal annual giving amounts in 2018, the upside is that it has also prompted many others to turn a new eye toward their operations, financial management, and tax planning strategies.
1.28.19 International News
Co-Impact awards first round of grants totaling $80 million to improve the lives of people in Africa, South Asia, and Latin America, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières calls on Yemeni authorities to clear explosive devices from civilian areas, The Palestinian Museum promotes new exhibition and Labour of Love: New Approaches to Palestinian Embroidery, and more.
1.28.19 US News
Barrett-Jackson holds the 48th Annual Scottsdale Auction, The Petersen Automotive Museum receives a $5 million gift, Pearl S. Buck International hosts the annual Woman of Influence Award, and more.