We invite our ATS community to join us for the annual MLK Day of Service on Monday, January 18th. This year, we’ll volunteer with the DC Tutoring and Mentoring Initiative in Washington, DC. Continue reading Serve with us on MLK Day
Tech titan Bill Gates urges us to catch up on our reading this holiday season and shares five books we should read to “finish the year on a good note.” Continue reading Bill Gates Unveils 2020 Holiday Reading List
Ask The Strategist subscribers are cordially invited to the annual Holiday Mixer & Speed Networking Event hosted by our publisher on Wednesday, December 16th. Continue reading You’re invited: Holiday Mixer & Speed Networking Event
This Giving Tuesday, we are encouraging our ATS community, friends, and affiliates to give to and mentor current college students in their home towns, or who attend their Alma Maters. Continue reading It’s Giving Tuesday
Whether you are celebrating in person, by phone, or virtually, ATS wishes you and your loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving. Continue reading We Are Grateful for You
An ambitious effort hosted by the Building Blocks Mentoring Program, Operation Feed launched in three cities on the same day, and at the same time. Continue reading Operation Feed Launches in Three Cities
This Veterans Day, we shine light on the Veterans History Project, housed at the American Folklife Center at the U.S. Library of Congress. Continue reading The Veterans History Project
Did you know that it’s National Veterans Small Business Week? The U.S. Small Business Administration is hosting a number of local free events, which will be held virtually. Continue reading It’s National Veterans Small Business Week!
No matter whom you vote for this election, you’ve participated, and that’s something to be proud of in 2020. Continue reading Decide. Vote. Exhale.
DC Startup Week recently interviewed our very own Ask The Strategist publisher about entrepreneurship, networking, and how the DC startup community has evolved over the years. Continue reading DC Startup Week interviews ATS Publisher about Entrepreneurship
Catholic University hosted the Inner City Capital Connections 2019 Program launch on the school’s campus this week. The ICCC Program is a signature initiative of the Boston-based nonprofit Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, designed to support small businesses in major U.S. cities through an intensive 40-hour program that works with participants to build capacity, increase revenue, and tackle challenges that inhibit growth. Continue reading Inner City Capital Connections kicks off DC program for small businesses
Today marks the annual International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Our guest contributor and President of nonprofit organization RespectAbility, Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, shares ten tips for successfully engaging people with disabilities during holiday party celebrations. Continue reading 10 Tips for Including People with Disabilities in Your Party
Amid the #MeToo momentum, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission held a public meeting today in DC to share key takeaways from its 2016 Workplace Harassment Report and hear testimony from experts on best practices for addressing and curtailing workplace harassment. Continue reading EEOC Shares Workplace Harassment Report Results Amid #MeToo Movement
We continue our new blog and social media series, Work Through It Wednesday. These short, one-minute or so motivations feature a quote, a little insight, and three brief strategies to engage to help you work through the challenge and emerge victoriously. Today’s feature: Don’t Suffer in Silence (tribute to Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain) Read on, or listen to the expanded descriptions of the three … Continue reading #WorkThroughIt: Don’t Suffer in Silence