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Rockwell Automation's Aaliyah Brown

Rockwell Automation Celebrates Engineers Week
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By the time Aaliyah Brown was 10 years old, she knew she wanted to be an engineer. She saw engineers described as people who can make things work and make things better, and she was hooked.

“I really liked the idea of potentially having influence over multiple things,” Brown shared in an interview with Phenomenal Women Magazine. “What made me stick with it as I learned more was my passion to improve the world around us.”

The Surprising Link Between Educating Girls and Climate

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How do we rebuild the energy and momentum of the youth-led climate movement in 2019? Educate girls around the world and empower them. Give them inspiration and possibilities.

Supporting girls' education is one of the most powerful things we can do to solve climate change, says Christina Lowery, CEO of Girl Rising, an organization dedicated to changing the way the world values girls and their education.

"The Key to an Exciting Future"

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“Stem subjects are a versatile preparation for almost any job – they open doors because they demonstrate not just the subject matter but an intellectual rigour in how you think and learn. They are the key to an exciting future!”

In celebration of Women In Science Day, Alison Pain shares more about her role at Northern Trust as chief technology officer, EMEA, and the importance of encouraging women and girls into careers in STEM.

Key Accomplishments: STEM Education

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Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is the foundation for everything we do. It supports the brainpower behind the breakthrough technologies and inventions we bring to life.

Celebrating All Women and Girls in Science

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By Kelly Baker, EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer & Phil Rolchigo, EVP and Chief Technology Officer, and Co-Executive Sponsor of the Pentair Women’s Resource Group

Today we celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Designated by the United Nations General Assembly, the day is an opportunity to promote full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls, and advance gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.

Million Girls Moonshot

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Million Girls Moonshot seeks to re-imagine who can engineer, who can build and who can make. It aims to inspire and prepare the next generation of innovators by engaging one million more girls in STEM learning opportunities through afterschool and summer programs over the next 5 years. 

Qualcomm supported the launch of Moonshot’s transformative programming as an inaugural funder and visionary leader. In our role as a founding member of the initiative, we will help create a coalition of like-minded organizations and individuals sharing our vision of STEM equity.

Stronger Than Hate Challenge Provides Students Social and Emotional Learning Opportunity with Chance to Counter Hate and Win $10,000!

USC Shoah Foundation and Discovery Education Empower Students to Build Empathy Through the Power of Story
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Silver Spring, Md., Thursday, January 28, 2021 /3BL Media/ – The third annual Stronger Than Hate Challenge is now open and offers students the opportunity to win $10,000 in prizing. Students aged 13-18 are encouraged to submit a project demonstrating how a community can be stronger than hate. Full rules and submission details are available here.

How Is COVID-19 Impacting Education for Children From Multilingual Communities?

A Cisco grantee since 2018, TalkingPoints is using innovative technology to improve student learning outcomes in multilingual, diverse, and underserved communities.
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Why Global Citizens Should Care

Children in crisis are some of the world’s most vulnerable. They lack access to the educational tools and resources they need to recover and escape poverty. You can join us and take action on this issue here.

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Why Global Citizens Should Care

Children in crisis are some of the world’s most vulnerable. They lack access to the educational tools and resources they need to recover and escape poverty. You can join us and take action on this issue here.

Three Thoughtful Tips to Help High Schoolers Design Their Futures

By: Linda Hixson a Technology Teacher at Shenandoah Valley Jr/Sr High School in the Shenandoah Valley School District of Pennsylvania
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While moving into adulthood, teens are faced with a number of paths. Empowering students to select which path works best for them and determine how to best financially plan for the future are key to ensuring that some of their first adult decisions set them on a trajectory toward success.  

Logitech Teams Up with Girls Who Code, Supporting its Mission to Close the Gender Gap in Tech

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Creators and coders are the builders of our future and Girls Who Code works tirelessly to close the gender gap in technology and change the face of programmers. To help support this mission, Logitech has teamed up with Girls Who Code to provide girls with the necessary tools from Logitech’s Master Series as well as educational opportunities to pursue 21st century opportunities in STEM.

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