civic engagement

Politics
It's the result of major efforts in the state to increase youth civic engagement.
Politics
Failing to address Des Moines' earnings gap isn’t very “nice.”
Videos
Barack Obama gave his first public speech since leaving The White House. Speaking in Chicago, he spoke about raising the next generation of political leaders.
Latino Voices
Civic engagement does not end at the polls or when your candidate does not win.
Impact
“It’s on you, in your city or community, to keep on driving change.”
Politics
As director of Public Citizen's Texas office (see citizen.org), Smitty has an uncanny civic personality that has helped win
College
(By the way, that 100,000 hours translates to more than 4,100 days, or 11 years.) Civic engagement at this level isn't ancillary
Politics
I write on Inauguration Day in the United States of America, a national occasion on which we, the citizenry, watch the peaceful
Politics
His memoir mixes key elements of our society's decades-in-the-making divisive reality whose apex culminated on November 8
Impact
It wasn't always this way. As William Cohen, Ph.D., a graduate of the Peter Drucker School of Management at Claremont College
The World Post
As one can see above, questions are quite detailed and he may think: why should we ask "laymen" to discuss them. I truly
Teen
At school, my friends were just as engaged as the ninth graders on the bus had been. I'd always briefly commented on the
Impact
(source: 2016 VCHI) Got Your 6, the veterans empowerment campaign, believes veterans have the unique potential to lead a
Politics
For decades, our collective confidence in the strength of our democracy has enabled us to shrug off our consistently dismal voter turnout, among the lowest in the developed world.
Politics
Millennial voters who support Clinton and Trump offer a variety of reasons why they do so, ranging from the candidate's position
College
Today’s college students are at the forefront of activism on some of the nation’s most pressing challenges. An overwhelming
Education
As we approach another U.S. presidential election, and many state and local elections, I keep thinking about the immense responsibility that is shouldered by the faculty and staff of Keene State College, and the many higher education institutions across the country, to further instill in our students the importance of active participation in our political process and issues that affect our world and lives every day.
College
College Debate 16, organized by Dominican University of California, is working to focus on the issues that millennials care most about. Students representing every state discussed the questions America's biggest voting block, our generation, wants answered--and that was a responsibility we all felt.