Will mobile telephones become the new super highway to connect the poor to the financial grid?
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We are in the midst of a revolution in philanthropy.
A few ideas to consider if you’re trying to figure out how to create your own path.
Engaging with and empowering students to live above the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Small, Web-wired start-ups that are using social media to find, then recruit, the best new talent from around the globe and leverage it for immediate innovation, impact, and sustainability.
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Creating back office alliances—an interview with John Weiser, a principal with the nonprofit technical assistance organization Opportunities Exchange.
Why it’s important for young professionals to consider personal branding an essential part of their professional development.
For those interested in social innovation but who aren't sure what they want to do next.
Many of the tools in the social technology for social impact sector require us to operate a traditional hierarchy and distribution of responsibility, instead of distributing responsibility, and developing in an agile, organic way.
Savings could be the doorway to a more inclusive financial system for young people.