The Road to Youth Maker Alley
Handmade Arcade’s youth entrepreneurship program readies artists and makers for the big event.
Activating Agents of Change
The latest phase of My Brother’s Keeper in Pittsburgh included a series of community conversations between young African American and Latino men and the providers of programs designed to serve them. We caught up with Dr. Jamil Bey, who facilitated the conversations.
Mentorship Can Make the Difference
Mentor-mentee connections—supportive and serious, yet less authoritative or formal than a teacher or parent relationship—can make the difference for students.
Why Entrepreneurs Are Important Role Models for Creative Kids
Kids gain much more than just business sense when they work alongside local entrepreneurs.