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Charitable Words Scholars Represent Core Values Of A 'Purpose Generation'
9 years, 7 months ago Comments Off on Charitable Words Scholars Represent Core Values Of A ‘Purpose Generation’
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Pictured: Social innovation expert Aaron Hurst, Charitable Words Scholars Sarah Jernigan, Elissa Yancey and Tia Garcia. Hurst’s “The Purpose Economy’ outlines the need for colleges, companies and institutions to recognize changing core values to remain relevant in today’s workplace and economy. By Tom Callinan The good work being done each day by Charitable Words Scholars […]

10 years ago Comments Off on Beyond Financial Hardship On Students, ‘College Bubble’ A Danger To All Of Us
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It was great to see the impressive reporting in Sunday’s Enquirer by Cliff Peale on an important story. “The College Bubble” reported on the cost of student debt, not only to students but the nation in general. It’s a $986 billion bubble that poses danger to the national economy, much like the Internet bubble in […]

10 years, 2 months ago Comments Off on Challenge The System? Or Open A Bar?
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From comments to The American Society of Business Editors and Writers at George Washington University. After 35 years as a journalist, I have moved from the objective world into the subjective, activist world of nonprofits. I am starting my own, Charitable Words Scholars, which provides internships to college students interested in humanitarian work. I have […]