Since its publication last year, MDC’s State of the South report on the upward mobility of Southern young
On the Charlotte, N.C., leg of our 2014 State of the South road trip, we met with local leaders from the nonprofit, business, and education sectors.
In the age of startups, business incubators, and Silicon Valley, entrepreneurship conjures images of computer scientists, high-tech companies, and sleek offices in big cities.
Yesterday, Arvind Mahankali won the Scripps National Spelling Bee and since a links post is no place for persiflage (def: frivolous bantering talk), we decided we’d throw in some of the new vocabulary we learned at this year’s
In Plain Sight is an NBC News initiative, reporting on poverty in America, with support from the Ford Foundation.
Here it is: the final links post of 2012! We've got big plans for the MDC blog and plan to hit the ground running in 2013, so be sure to check back with us in January.
It’s a common question; one we get asked a lot. The short answer is when we were founded in 1967 the initials stood for Manpower Development Corporation. Today, only the initials remain. But what does MDC really stand for?