Community Initiatives
Pew Partnership for Civic Change
Public Allies
National Civic League
Recruiting New Teachers, Inc.
Institute for Local Self-Reliance
National League of Cities
NeighborWorks Network
Civic Practices Network

Small towns and rural America

The Heartland Center
Center for the New West
The Aspen Institute

Civic Volunteerism

Who Cares Magazine
Independent Sector
Points of Light Foundation
The Corporation for National Service

Socially Responsible Business Practices

The Business Enterprise Trust (BET)
Businesses for Social Responsibility
Students for Responsible Business (SRB)
The Conference Board

Work & Family

Families and Work Institute
Labor Project for Working Families
Work & Family Connection
The Time Dollar Institute
SeniorLink Online
Dependent Care Connection
Youth In Action Network
The Benton Foundation's Kids First Campaign

Work & Women

Women's Business Center's Women Workers
9 to 5 National Association of Working Women

Entrepreneurship, Worker Ownership,and Self-Employment

Working Today
American Association of Franchisees and Dealers
International Franchise Association
American Franchisee Association
Federal Trade Commission
Be The Boss
National Center for Employee Ownership
ESOP Assocation
Employee Benefit Research Institute
Profit Sharing Council of America

Small Business Resources

The National Center for Employee Ownership
Inc. Magazine's Resources for Growing Your Small Business
National Center for the Workplace

Your Virtual Office
Rethinking the Telecommuting, Teleworking and Alternative Officing document
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
Telecommuting Jobs
Telecommuting Advisory Council


The Internet Newsroom
Year 2000 Archive
Working Today: Advocacy, Education & Service
Career Magazine
Business Research in Information and Technology (BRINT)
Corporate Watch

Coffee, Comics & Humor

My Boss Home Page
*DISGRUNTLED*: The Business Magazine For People Who Work For A Living
Temp 24-7
The Dilbert Zone


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