NEH Green Architecture Forum

The National Endowment for the Humanities hosts an Architecture and Design event featuring a film screening and panel discussion for members of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), in coordination with their 2012 Grass Roots Leadership Conference. July 20, 2012.

AIDS 2012- Turning the Tide

In 1981, the Centers for Disease Control issued its first warning about a new disease. We had trouble naming this disease, understanding and caring for the people who were infected, and facing down our own fears. But people would not be silent. Communities mobilized to fight HIV/AIDS. We gained the knowledge to create stronger medications, and found new tools to prevent HIV transmission. Instead of helping people die, we turned to helping people live. Now, together, we are saving lives and scaling up. We can see an AIDS-Free Generation. We can turn the tide on this epidemic.

My First Job: Terry Hanson

Terry Hanson, Domestic Director in the Presidential Personnel Office, talks about his first job, the lessons he learned and how they still apply to his work today. Go find your first job at http://www.whitehouse.gov/youthjobs

My First Job: Raul Alvillar

Raul Alvillar, Associate Director at the Office of Public Engagement in the Office of the Vice President, talks about his first job, the lessons he learned and how they still apply to his work today. Go find your first job at http://www.whitehouse.gov/youthjobs

My First Job: Julie Rodriguez

Julie Rodriguez, Associate Director of Latino Affairs and Immigration, talks about her first job, the lessons she learned and how they still apply to her work today. Go find your first job at http://www.whitehouse.gov/youthjobs

My First Job: Greg Gershuny

Greg Gershuny, Energy and Environmental Director in the Office of Presidential Personnel, talks about his first job, the lessons he learned and how they still apply to his work today. Go find your first job at http://www.whitehouse.gov/youthjobs

My First Job: Darienne Page

Darienne Page, Assistant Director in the Office of Public Engagement, talks about her first job, the lessons she learned and how they still apply to her work today. Go find your first job at http://www.whitehouse.gov/youthjobs

My First Job: Brandon Belford

Brandon Belford, Senior Policy Advisor in the National Economic Council, talks about his first job, the lessons he learned and how they still apply to his work today. Go find your first job at http://www.whitehouse.gov/youthjobs

My First Job: Bess Evans

Bess Evans, Policy Analyst in the Office of Science and Technology Policy, talks about her first job, the lessons she learned and how they still apply to her work today. Go find your first job at http://www.whitehouse.gov/youthjobs

My First Job: Richard Devylder

Richard Devylder, Senior Advisor for Accessible Transportation, talks about his first job, the lessons he learned and how they still apply to his work today. Go find your first job at http://www.whitehouse.gov/youthjobs