The idea of a non-profit is both rewarding and challenging but, if you are passionate about your cause and believes your organization can make a difference in one person’s life then with dedication and direction you can be successful. Here are a few tips to get you started Create your organizations’ vision and mission statement.
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There’s a common misconception about Millennials in today’s society. Millennials, also known as Generation Y or the Net Generation, are the demographic cohort that directly follows Generation X. The earliest proposed birthdate for Millennials is 1981 and the latest 1997. People have been known to say they’re broke, intrusive and frivolous spenders. In this awesome Infographic
Running your own business is no longer the reserve of the seasoned professional. According to a survey of Generation Y workers (those ages 18-29), the third-most common college major for that group is “entrepreneurial studies,” and there are now 2,364 post-secondary institutions offering entrepreneurship and small business programs. Even if these students don’t become an
At age 15 I started a clothing company with a friend’s scanner and sold T-shirts to my peers at school. I parlayed that money and started a mobile detailing business. I’ve been an entrepreneur for as long as I can remember. I’ve had service-based businesses and product-based businesses. I’ve built teams. I’ve built visions. I’ve taken products to market. I’ve helped