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Submitted on Thu, March 6, 2014
Lift Up Long Island Second Workshop Recap February 7th's Lift Up Long Island Workshop was a tremendous success! Students representing 24 schools and seven school districts attended the workshop hosted by the Three Village School District and engaged in myriad activities focused on changemaking, community building, and social venture creation.The day was...
Submitted on Thu, March 6, 2014
Lift Up Long Island Second Workshop Recap February 7th's Lift Up Long Island Workshop was a tremendous success! Students representing 24 schools and seven school districts attended the workshop hosted by the Three Village School District and engaged in myriad activities focused on changemaking, community building, and social venture creation.The day was...
Do you have a team working on civic engagement? Education? Or Advocacy? Do you know youth who are currently running their own venture projects/ideas? If so, the iCivics Impact Project Competition might be the opportunity for you! Youth Venture has a successful partnership with iCivics, an online game site that teaches young people about civic engagement and...

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Submitted on Wed, March 12, 2014
In Brazil, schools, nongovernmental organizations, and government officials have been confronting bullying. This article has been written by Deijenane Gomes, a reporter from the Brazil News Desk. Editor's Note: This is the next post in our "Empathy from the Field" series,...
Submitted by: Tsega Belachew on 03/11/14 David Bornstein and Bill Drayton speak about the future of social entrepreneurship at the New York offices of Liquidnet on Thursday, November 29, 2012. Sponsored by Liquidnet For Good, the Centre for Social Innovation, and...
Submitted by: Tsega Belachew on 03/10/14 From 2001 to 2011 the number of nonprofits in the US increased 25 percent whereas the number of for profit businesses grew only one half of one percent.  During this period our sector also way outpaced business in percentage...

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