Seminar Network, SHRM Unite to Help Businesses Hire Those with Criminal Records

Charles Koch, chairman and CEO of Koch Industries, today challenged business leaders attending The Seminar Network’s winter meeting to build on the momentum of the recently passed First Step Act by utilizing tools and best practices to open opportunities for individuals with criminal records who are pursuing a second chance. “As business people, we have …

New Video: Courageous Collaborations Working to Bridge Divides

At the kickoff to The Seminar Network’s annual winter meeting today, Network Chairman Brian Hooks highlighted the outstanding work of several Network partners who are working to develop solutions to many of society’s most pressing problems. “Where others see division,” Hooks said, “we’re looking for common ground.” Others share that desire to collaborate. In fact, …

Uniting Social Entrepreneurs to Solve Society’s Most Pressing Problems

The Seminar Network kicked off its winter meeting Saturday by highlighting some of the nation’s most successful, action-oriented leaders who united with the Network to develop solutions to society’s most challenging problems. “These are social entrepreneurs, people who have identified their passions, developed their unique talents, and are dedicated to using them to help others …

Stand Together Foundation Announces Giving Together Initiative to Unite Americans and Break the Cycle of Poverty

Stand Together Foundation, a national organization committed to breaking the cycle of poverty, announced today at The Seminar Network’s winter meeting the launch of its Giving Together Initiative to encourage individuals to leverage their time, talents, and resources to break the cycle of poverty in America. In yearlong support of individual efforts to reduce poverty, donations …

Uniting People to Achieve Landmark Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform at the Federal Level

On Dec. 21, President Donald Trump signed into law the FIRST STEP Act, which improves rehabilitation and re-entry opportunities for thousands of incarcerated men and women. Yet the landmark criminal justice reform bill had a difficult path to the president’s desk, despite an unprecedented amount of bipartisan support. The Seminar Network has been a long-time …