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Fiscal policymakers representing the Treasury Department, other federal agencies, think tanks and Congress will face off against college students in the Budgetball Tournament on the National Mall this Sunday from 11:00am to 2:00pm ET. Players will include David Walker, former U.S. Comptroller General, and Robert Reischauer, former Director of the Congressional Budget Office.
Mobilize.org and the Peter G. Peterson Foundation today announced the results of their National Youth Summit, which brought one hundred fifty young people from around the country to Chicago, Illinois last week to discuss challenges facing young people, particularly given the economic downturn, and to give them the opportunity to present innovative solutions to the unique issues facing their generation.
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation hosts the first-ever “2010 Fiscal Summit: America’s Crisis and A Way Forward” to launch a national bipartisan dialogue on America’s fiscal challenges.
President & CEO David Walker discussed why the President should establish a fiscal commission by Presidential Order now that Congress has defeated the amendment that would have created a statutory commission.
The Peterson Foundation’s 2012 Fiscal Summit–America's Case For Action convenes the nation's leading fiscal policy experts and elected officials at a critical moment of opportunity to make progress on America's long-term fiscal challenges.
Up to Us is a nationwide campus competition that provides an opportunity for students to build a movement to raise awareness and engagement on America's long-term fiscal and economic challenges.
mtvU, MTV’s 24-hour college network, and the Peter G. Peterson Foundation today unveiled "Debt Ski," an online flash-video game that spotlights the dangers of excessive debt, challenges young people to avoid destructive financial behavior, and spurs fiscally responsible action.
The 2016 Up to Us teams planned and executed a range of creative activities on campus to engage and educate their peers on fiscal issues.
Five students from the University of Virginia have been awarded first prize in the nationwide Up to Us competition — a first-of-its-kind, six-week challenge to engage young people on college campuses across the country on the federal government's long-term debt.