Imperial, California (NAPSI) - Young men seeking funds for college may be surprised to learn that in addition to loan and grant applications there is another form they must complete their Selective Service registration.

Washington, DC - In the future, the Air Force’s core missions will probably not change, but the way they are carried out will, said Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III today.

Dallas, Texas - The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women and Macy’s are once again set to award 16 scholarships of $2,500 each to help increase the number of diverse healthcare professionals, in an effort to help improve culturally-sensitive, patient-centered care.

Washington, DC - For the 11th year in a row, the Department of State has placed in the top ten ideal employers in an annual poll of undergraduates. Universum Global announced its 2015 Most Attractive Employers in the United States survey results that are based on the responses of over 81,000 undergraduate students. The survey took place from September 2014 to January 2015.

Washington, DC - The President is committed to addressing climate change and creating jobs by spurring the deployment of clean sources of energy. Since President Obama took office, solar electricity generation has increased 20 fold, doubling last year alone – just as the cost of solar has continued to fall as a result of investments in research and manufacturing innovation.

Washington, DC - Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection Director Jessica Rich announced in a blog post published today the formation of the Office of Technology Research and Investigation (OTRI), a successor to the Bureau’s Mobile Technology Unit (MTU) that will expand the agency’s technology expertise in an age of rapid technological innovation.