Personal lessons and insights from accomplished entrepreneurs are the basis of this interview series produced by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and Khan Academy. Elon Musk - CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX:
After previously only speaking via can and string, Kid President and President Barack Obama finally meet face to face. The two met in the Oval Office to discuss how kids and grown-ups can work together to change the world. This meeting is proof that dreams can come true and ordinary people can do extraordinary things…. Read more »
Art History Video from Khan Academy Why look at art?: Why look at art? This was the question we posed to several of our colleagues at a conference for museum professionals. Special thanks to Laura Mann, Anna Velez, an anonymous professional, and David Torgersen whose voices and insights are included here.
Kid President believes the things we say can help make the world more awesome. Here he shares a special list of 20 things we should say more often. What would you add to it?
Branson H introduces us to the Google self driving car. Branson H. , Staff Writer - Eagle’s Eye May 18, 2015 Man has been driving cars for the past one hundred years. It has become a part of modern culture, and without a car people in the modern day world would be handicapped. It has… Read more »
Reality Store is the newest addition to Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Money Matters program supported by Charles Schwab Foundation. This live, interactive experience helps you understand how the choices you make about career and money can have a dramatic impact on your future.
Get a pep talk from Kid President, “It’s everybody’s duty to give the world a reason to dance.” “If life is a game…aren’t we all on the same team?” Kid President has a unique, positive take on life that will get you jazzed and ready to go each morning. Check out his pep-talk here.
That’s right! You can learn to make a website by following Khan Academy’s video training series. Find out all the cool things you can do with a website and then jump right into learning.
‘Take a Bow’, Misty Copeland! A big congratulations to BGCA Alum Misty Copeland whose hard work is still paying off. The Missouri-born dancer and San Pedro Boys & Girls Club alumna was named principal dancer with American Ballet Theater - the first African-American ballerina to ever receive the status in the company’s 75-year history. We are so proud of… Read more »