Yes, summers in Texas are hot. But we're more interested in how the community health movement is heating up in Fort Worth, led by Mayor Betsy Price, the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, and other organizations like FitWorth.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO explains just how important it is for students to know all of the facts about the higher education institutions they are looking at, prior to committing.
Target plans to invest tens of millions of dollars this year to organizations serving communities all across the country.
The biggest decision for families used to be what college should their child attend after graduation; now it is what will their future be after college.
This summer there are numerous bikers who are not only riding to improve their personal health, but the health of others as well.
Not only are students frustrated with often times not being able to find jobs, but employers are frustrated with not being able to find the talent needed. How can we end this disconnect?
Students and businesses can work together to lessen the skills gap - Mark Schneider explains how.
Not everyone has access to nutritious and healthy foods, see what Northeast Philadelphia is doing to help change that.