Tuesday
Sep 09
2014

Foreword: I Will Get Things Done for America

Service has been part of our American story from the beginning, from the first volunteer firefighters to the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Peace Corps. When my father ran for president, he believed that we needed to address our challenges and build our future together and that national service could be a vital part of strengthening the cords that bind us together as a people, for today and tomorrow.
Friday
Jun 27
2014

Women in The Workforce: A No Ceilings Conversation

Over the next ten years, nearly 1 billion women could enter the global economy. The next generation of women in the workforce has enormous potential for women and their families as well as their countries’ economies and our global growth.

Beyond the Ni/Nis: Preparing the Next Generation of Latin America's Leaders

Dec 10, 2013

Over the past 10 years, the world has watched the transformational growth of Latin America. Those following the epic "Latin American Decade," as it's been coined, find no shortage of gains, from its use of sustainable energy, to its pioneering social programs, to its swelling middle class.

Great Americans: Community Service Is at the Core of our Country's National Character

Sep 21, 2013

The idea of community service is as old as America itself. Older really. Benjamin Franklin helped form the first volunteer fire department in Philadelphia in 1736, spawning a movement that continues to this day in communities throughout the country.