ReWork is a network designed to connect inspiring professionals with inspiring careers. They selectively accept Resumes into their talent pool, and then match them with fortune 500 companies, consultancies, and prominent nonprofits and government agencies. Read more about them in Fast Co.Exist.
The Minnesota Center for Book Arts has announced the recipients of the MCBA/Jerome Foundation Book Arts Mentorship Series IV.
The Bush Foundation has announced their 2012 Bush Fellows.
Twin Cities artist Paul Kamish has gotten a lot of buzz about his decision to bolt his 6-foot bowling ball sculpture to his truck as an innovative art marketing strategy.
Bad Lip Reading presents a much different take on the 1st presidential debate via BLR's "Eye of the Sparrow."
Tim Huebsch helps launch "Idea Weekend" at General Mills.
MPR/APM executive producer Kate Moos shares "Some of us understood too well what killed Whitney Houston."
Nilofer Merchant shares "What I Learned from my TED Talk."
The Chronicle of Philanthropy discusses "5 Ways to Lose Your Development Director in 2 Years or Less."
Pollenites Nate Garvis and Tom Wiese of Studio/E profiled in Twin Cities Business magazine.
Pollenite Sarah Lutman writes about foundations and transparency in Twin Cities Business magazine.
Pollenites Marcia Ballinger and Paul DeBettignies quoted in Star Tribune ‘s story, "No job? Get online."
David Allen visits with James Fallows in The Atlantic on "How to Fix Your Life."
Lori Sturdevant writes "New faces in DFL Party?" which includes several Pollenites.
Calls to Action
InCommons seeking entrants for their Local Government Innovation Awards. The Local Government Innovation Awards recognizes the creative ways counties, cities, and schools are making Minnesota better and doing things differently. The deadline for entering is November 2.
The Minnesota Business Magazine is seeking nominations for their inaugural Community Impact Award. The deadline for nominations is November 2.
Innové is a social change competition that will provide $250,000 in grant awards to help social change ideas or initiatives get started, or to help accelerate existing initiatives. Entrants must be under 35 years old and live in the greater Twin Cities metro area.
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