Campaign: Department of Defense

Got Soap???

Establish partnerships with colleges (science departments) to reduce government spending on: SOAP.

College laboratories make this daily and we pay market cost for this necessity.

This partnership could be used by colleges to reduce tuition cost or establish scholarships.

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Campaign: Department of Defense

New Hires

New hires should not be solely based on GPA; work experience, marketable skills and personality should also be taken into account.

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Campaign: Department of the Treasury

Education Savings Bonds As They Were Meant To Be.

Make U.S. Savings Bonds simple and easy to understand to help people save and pay for a college education. Remove limitations affecting use of bonds to pay for college tuition and books so anyone who pays a child's college costs can receive the federal tax benefit. In other words, remove the income limitations, remove the age 24 restriction when purchasing that is used to determine eligibility, remove the restriction ...more »

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Campaign: Department of Education

College Co-op Plan - A Loan Alternative

Rather than providing loans to college students, there could be a contract system. This system would help students pay for college in exchange for a manageable percentage of the student's future annual earnings for an agreed upon period of time. Students who chose fields with lower entry-level pay wouldn't be so overwhelmed with college loan payments. Inevitably, some students would not have to pay the full cost of ...more »

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Campaign: Department of Education

A New Educational System for The United States

In the U.S., after a student receives their high school diploma, no one cares about them except their families. If they have not applied to a trade school or college, they sit around doing nothing with their lives. These individuals often have no skills and remain unemployed or dependent upon their parents for support. Frequently, these people get into trouble with the law, end up in prison, and have difficulty being ...more »

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Campaign: Department of Veterans Affairs

Tapping into our colleges and universities

A significant number of employees are currently or will be retiring in the near future! We need bright, intelligent employees who are analytical/critical thinkers, responsible, and eager. It's time to change the adage and belief that government employees are indifferent and lazy. As a young federal employee, we need to tap into the resources at our fingertips - our colleges and universities! Outreach programs, student ...more »

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