Karlie Kloss’ passion for coding hasn’t faded. And to prove it, the 25-year-old model and entrepreneur is taking her nonprofit coding program to the next level. Continue reading Karlie Kloss and Teach for America team up to help 1,000 girls learn to code
Francesca Chaney is changing the game, one meal at a time. The 21-year-old college student is the owner and creator of Sol Sips, a vegan cafe located in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood. Continue reading This 21-Year-Old Vegan Cafe Owner Is Making Healthy And Affordable Foods “Accessible To Everyone”
Interviews are scary—there’s no denying it. We’ve all been there: sweaty palms, clenched fists, face to face with a potential employer. It’s perfectly normal to say something you might regret later because you let your nerves get the best of you.
Most hiring managers can overlook that awkward tension. But what makes an interview truly terrifying? What type of behavior sends hiring managers running for their lives?
Continue reading Hiring Managers Recall Their Scariest Scenarios
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) released a report that shows wind and solar energy jobs now outnumber coal and gas jobs 1.5 to 1 in 30 states, including Washington, D.C.
Continue reading Report Shows Clean Energy Jobs Outnumber Coal and Gas Jobs
USA Today has chosen one of its own to lead its highest ranks. Maribel Perez Wadsworth, a two-decade veteran of the company, will take the paper’s reins as its new publisher. Up until now, Wadsworth was president of the entire USA Today network, in addition to overseeing its content strategy. She’ll continue leading those efforts in her new role. Continue reading USA Today’s New Publisher Is Gannett Veteran Maribel Wadsworth
It’s only fitting that the first week of U.S. National Poetry Month in April coincides with what would have been the 90th birthday of the poet Maya Angelou, who died May 28, 2014, at the age of 86. Continue reading 5 Things To Know About Maya Angelou’s Complicated, Meaningful Life
South African anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has died aged 81, her personal assistant says.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was the former wife of South Africa’s first black president, Nelson Mandela.
The couple – famously pictured hand-in-hand as Mr Mandela walked free from prison after 27 years – were a symbol of the anti-apartheid struggle for nearly three decades.
Continue reading Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: Anti-apartheid campaigner dies at 81
Netflix appointed Susan Rice, former U.S. national security adviser and ambassador to the United Nations during the Obama administration, to its board of directors. Continue reading Netflix Names Former Obama Adviser and U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to Board
Linda Brown was the young girl at the center of the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision that would end legal school segregation. Continue reading Linda Brown, Center Of Brown v. Board Of Education, Dies At 76
The NOBLE Center for Excellence will serve as an official Community Policing Certification e-learning (CEU-POST) state of the art content hub for Law Enforcement Officers from across the globe to enhance building relationships between law enforcement and the community. Continue reading NOBLE Center for Excellence