"Bee The Change", a small but ambitions project by Dawn Musil is using beekeeping skills and supplies to both help the bees and create jobs for the economically-disadvantaged people.
To students, the quest of finding the dream-job is never ending. Which is why discovering a new cool platform for job-hunting immediately brings out the spark in the eyes of campus dwellers. University Beyond by Doug Messer is the new place to do your search for...
Big scary corporations and banks are often accused of being unethical in their thirst for the big bucks. But things seems to be changing with the rise of Activist Investors, unafraid of addressing the uncomfortable issues of ethics, social responsibility and environment. Arjuna Capital is leading...
Tolu Olubunmi came to the US and had to hide because of her immigration status. She got a brilliant degree, only to never use it. She is now a famous social entrepreneur, immigrants’ rights activist and an inspiration to those hiding in the shadows like she used to.
More and more companies are founded by women. Now, more and more startup accelerators are here to help that process boost even further. Here is a list of such accelerators you should consider as a hopeful womanpreneur.
In a world of money-hungry companies, nonprofits have it the hardest to get ahead. To their benefit, more and more startup accelerators turn to the nonprofit sector. Here is the list of top 8 accelerators you should know, whether you are a socialpreneur or not.
Aryeh Hoppenstein is another participant of WelkerMedia Fellowship 2017. His platform FilmUp helps to connect students, professionals and companies of the film industry. Only 2 months after being launched, FilmUp is already showing rapid growth.
Marissa Pomerance is a WelkerMedia Fellowship Applicant. Her carefully curated blog is dedicated to the LA food, fashion and lifestyle scene. Marissa has big plans for developing her platform and making it The Place to turn to for advice on all things LA.
Have you heard? It's not just the millennials drowning in student loan debt. Surprisingly, It is the American Baby Boomers that are stealing the spotlight in this undesirable race.