Recent Event Highlights: Millennials won't lose reliance on technology, Engage:Gen Y: Facebook, Twitter, Email, Fox News, And Millennials, 'Millennials' leading the way on social media, Millennials Study Captures Snapshot of Young America, Millennials' State of the Union: Sarah Burris of Future Majority [1 of 2], Meet the Millennials: Trends, and 53 more...
Created by dipity on Jul 29, 2010
Last updated: 01/19/11 at 03:32 PM
Millennials has no followers yet. Be the first one to follow.
SAN FRANCISCO – Online information-sharing tools will still play an integral role in the lives of Millennials by 2020, even as they grow older and assume more responsibilities, according to the predictions of a majority of technology experts recently
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
...Francisco -- Online information-sharing tools will still play an integral role in the lives of so-called Millennials by 2020, even as they grow older and assume more responsibilities, according to the predictions of a majority of technology experts recently...
Detroit News Online
...57% of those that use Facebook are a fan of at least one company and 24% of Twitter users follow at least one brand. 3) Millennials don't isolate their interactions with brands to a single channel: 95% of Millennials who fan companies on Facebook also subscribe...
...open up to others in order to build friendships, form and find communities, seek help and build their reputations. They said Millennials have already seen the benefits and will not reduce their use of these social tools over the next decade as they take on...
Pew Research Center
...Center and a co-author of the study. But 29 percent of respondents who disagreed with the opinion of the majority believed that Millennials will gradually pull back from the Internet as new interests and responsibilities arise and potential damages to their...
San Francisco Chronicle
On June 21, 2010, Campus Progress hosted "Win in 2010," a day-long nonpartisan training for candidates, campaign staff, and media on how to effectively engage, utilize, and turn out young voters. Workshops and discussions will focused on outreach, issues, branding, fundraising, and more. Sponsored by Campus Progress, Rock the Vote, the American University Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies, and Student PIRGs.
Pedro do la Torre explains what the Student Aid and Financial Responsibility Act is, why we need it, and why it's paired with health reform legislation.
Judy Woodruff takes a look at how the millennial generation -- people born after 1980 -- fits into the current political and economic spectrum. The Pew Center's Paul Taylor and Amanda Lenhart discuss their new report.
Part 1 of 2 of our talk with Sarah Burris of Future Majority. We discuss youth engagement on the campaign trail, at the polls, and in the Massachusetts [Brown v. Coakley] Senate race. Learn more about Millennials's State of the Union at mcamerica.org Learn more about Future Majority at futuremajority.com
Sunray Society & Dhyani Ywahoo Cherokee Beauty Way chant, from the Ancient Intelligence of Elohimuna, via Orbital Base Atlantis! XoX BzB @CosmoCorps circa 2023
...advice and counsel from their parents often. Our churches need to hear this insight. Parents of unchurched and non-Christian Millennials need to know that their adult children really want to talk with them about all aspects of life, including spiritual matters....
The Christian Post
Kip Harrell, associate vice president for professional career development at Thunderbird School of Global Management, talks Nov. 19, 2009.
A presentation detailing the distinct value set of the millennial generation and some of the events that have led to their differing perception of time and space. The presentation then illustrates some case studies from the car industry, providing some examples of companies who are effectively engaging this generation.
...available is the internet. FB and MS are like saying "hi... I'm Sarah... I like architecture and pictures of kittens..." " 4. Millennials became Democrats and liberals because they are hero worshipers of Barack Obama. False: Millennials identified as Democrats...
At the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford, business executives discuss how Generation Y currently interacts with technologies. They also talk about different ways businesses can target and market to Millennials. Panelists include Josh Hannah, general partner with Matrix Partners; Jeremy Liew, managing director of Lightspeed Venture Partners; Tim Chang, principal with Northwest Venture Partners; James Slavet, partner with Greylock Partners. Packy Kelly, a partner with KPMG, moderates the discussion.
Our marketing intern, Julia, talks to her fellow Buckeyes to find out how they use email and Social Media.
...consultant Joanne Sujansky is a baby boomer. Her three children belong to Generation Y -- also known as the millennials. She's experienced first-hand the culture clash between the age groups and how it can impact a business. Her assessment is the topic of...
...Generation" great-grandparents, will vote in big numbers. Turnout among voters under 30 has been rising steadily since millennials began to replace the alienated and more cynical Gen-Xers in this age group. From a low of 37% in 1996, turnout increased to 53%...
Los Angeles Times
This is the full cut of the segment that I produced for "We Are...The Millennials". "We Are...The Millennials" is a magazine style show airing on the Big Ten Network. On the show, a round table of students discuss issues that we feel are important to the Millennial generation (Generation Y). For this segment, we decided to explore the issue of technology dependence. I produced the segment, and was responsible for 99% of the videography and editing. To view a copy of my resume, please go to: www.personal.psu.edu/wag5000/WAGIII_Resume.pdf You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Check back soon for more examples of my work!
The Talk: What do Millennials want in their news media anyway? And how has RedEye been able to turn a dead-tree medium into such a dramatic success with Chicago's electronic, mobile generation? Tribune managing editor Jane Hirt, formerly the founding editor of RedEye, reveals editorial lessons learned and the challenges that lie ahead. Jane Hirt is the Managing Editor of the Chicago Tribune, in charge of its coverage and newsroom staff. Before rejoining the Tribune as managing editor, she was founding editor of RedEye, a free daily newspaper for young, social, commuting Chicagoans that is published by the Chicago Tribune. The 200000 circulation paper, which launched in October 2002, has been recognized as an industry innovator, including its designation as one of Editor & Publisher's "10 That Do It Right" in 2006. Earlier in her career, Jane was the Chicago Tribune's foreign/national news editor and copy desk chief, and she also has edited for the Perspective and Sports sections during her 18-year career with Tribune Company. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and was recognized by Crain's Chicago Business in 2006 as one of its "40 under 40." She's a member of Chicago's "100 Wise Women.
Morley and Michael do a presentation at NDN March 19, 2009.
3-minute Documentary by ChaCha: The Millennial Generation talks about what older people think of them, technology, texting, advertising and more. Debuted March 12, 2009 at the Digiday:Mobile conference in New York City
Neil Howe speaks about the Millennial Generation.
While the Class of 2008 is in a race against time to find a job that pays above minimum wage just in time to start paying off those dreaded student loans, the Class of 2009 is shaking at the knees about to pee in their pants as they realize they're about to be unleashed into a "real world" experience that college never rightfully prepared any of us for.
ondemand.psu.edu Technology, health, and civics play important roles in our society. Find out how the Internet, body image, and volunteerism have shaped the latest generation in this episode of "We Are the Millennials."
A MILLENNIAL... that's a SLACKER? An oxymoron, or just plain moronic? In this (ahem) "self-help" clip, Clint accepts the dare-- ermm, REQUEST-- to provide a helpful nudge to a Millennial who seems to be doing something revolutionary: NOTHING. MUCH. AT. ALL. A big thanks to Ray Ray and the 'Rents for being such good sports (ie, not kicking us out!), Jared Gold for the bitchen wardrobe, and Stevie Ryan for both accompanying me on this adventure and kindly editing the footage. Yeah, if you're on The 'Tubes, you already know who she is...but still: www.youtube.com/user/stevieryan (provides info on her other 3 channels) To view adventures of Mr. Good-As-But-Never-Fool's Gold himself: www.youtube.com/user/lincresta Also, I heard a vicious rumor that after THIS VERY INTERVENTION, none other than Mssr. Ray Ray (yeah, the name stuck--so there!) has taken up Vlogging! What a... MILLENNIAL activity, I must say! If our sources are correct, he can be located at: www.youtube.com/user/RayRayTV SHOW LOVE. SHARE LOVE. BE LOVED. (or else!) xoxox
ondemand.psu.edu Every generation has defining moments. What about the newest generation, the Millennials? Explore this question in the first installment of "We Are the Millennials."
Mission Statement: Our mission is simple; to unite the Millennial generation under one banner to propose simple solutions to some of our world's most complex problems. We shall stand up while all others remain idle, utilize our youth as a vital resource, and engage in an international dialogue unprecedented in history. We are 75 Million Strong. How Can We Change The World? This Is Our Time -Millennial Beacon PS If You Are Interested, We Recommend You Check Out MillennialBeacon.Org
Like the Baby Boomers and Generation X, the Millenials want it all, but "all" includes doing what really matters, being part of a community, and being connected. Young attorney Nancy struggles with whether to be a successful attorney in a big company or do what matters to her the most in this parody of The Little Mermaid's "Part of Your World." Nancy is played by actress Sherry Gibbs Houston.
Kevin Bondelli talks about Tom Brokaw's recent statement that he is "waiting for a member of this generation to write [a book] that's simply titled 'My Generation Sucks.'"
Mike Hais and Morley Winograd talk about Millennial Makeover at Vroman's Bookstore in Pasadena, CA.
www.gen-we.org Millennials are the largest generation in American history. Born between 1978 and 2000, WE are 95 million strong, compared to the 78 million Baby Boomers. WE are politically, socially, and philosophically independent, and are spearheading a period of sweeping change in America and around the world. The new book, Generation We, explains the emerging power of our Millennial Generation, and shows how WE (and older people who think the way WE do) are poised to change our nation and our world for the better. FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE BOOK http BUY AT AMAZON www.amazon.com BUY AT BARNES & NOBLE search.barnesandnoble.com
Conversations are changing.
Cash is nice, but Thunderbird graduate Andrew Wulf says a different kind of green is attracting young MBAs.
Organiational Behavior class project
They're smart, tech savvy, confident, and coming to a cubicle near you! Born between 1980 and 2000, Millennials are entering the workforce in the millions -- 76 million to be exact! If you're a veteran, a baby boomer, or a Gen X manager, you'll need to know a thing or two about managing this talented and brash bunch. For more tips on working with Generation Y, read Managing Millennials: A BNET Survival Guide.
Discussion with Millennial Makeover Co-authors Morley Winograd and Mike Hais in NYC. Joining them are Jon Schnur and Alicia Menendez.
They're smart, tech savvy, confident, and coming to a cubicle near you! Born between 1980 and 2000, Millennials are entering the workforce in the millions -- 76 million to be exact! If you're a veteran, a baby boomer, or a Gen X manager, you'll need to know a thing or two about managing this talented and brash bunch.
Author, teacher and consultant Pete Markiewicz of Indiespace discusses the implications for business of the newest cohort of workers and consumers, known as the Millennial Generation. These youths, born roughly between 1983 and 2003, are radically different from their Gen X predecessors, with huge implications for marketing, technology, business and culture. Markiewicz is a keynote speaker at the May 2, 2008 conference on Millennials and the Enterprise on the USC campus. The conference is sponsored by USC Marshall's Institute for Communication Technology Management, or CTM. For more information, go to CTM's website at www.marshall.usc.edu.
Morley Winograd and Michael D. Hais, co-authors of Millennial Makeover: MySpace, YouTube and the Future of American Politics, provide a forecast of the future American political landscape when entire Millennial generation is eligible to vote.
Morley Winograd and Michael D. Hais, co-authors of Millennial Makeover: MySpace, YouTube and the Future of American Politics, discuss the implications of Millennial Generation attitudes on the future of American Politics.
Millennials talk technology to Motorola
Lately our generation has been labelled "Millennials" and the media is having a field day trashing us for being lazy and self absorbed. In this 60 Minutes Spoof our own "Me" reports on how Generation Y has evolved into an alien culture known as "Millennials". www.twixterstv.com To see the real 60 Minutes report on our generation - click here - www.youtube.com
Mike Hais and Morley Winograd, Co-authors of Millennial Makeover: YouTube, MySpace and the Future of American Poitics talk about the impact of generations on American Politics.