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America’s Charities Unveils New Scholarship Program To Help Improve Educational Opportunities, Build a Better-Educated Workforce, and Scale Scholarship Funding

Scholarship Program provides organizations efficient way to manage application administration, secure scholarship funding, award tax-free scholarships, and distribute scholarship funds to educational institutions
Press Release

WASHINGTON, November 28, 2022 /3BL Media/ - In celebration of National Scholarship Month/National Education Month, which takes place in November each year, America’s Charities is excited to unveil its new Scholarship Program, designed to help organizations provide educational opportunities for students, support professional advancement for employees, and build a better-educated workforce for the community.

Medtronic Canada Recognized Among Canada’s Top 100 Employers for 2023

Inclusion, Diversity & Equity commitment among reasons for selection
Press Release

BRAMPTON, Ontario, November 22, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Medtronic Canada ULC, a subsidiary of Medtronic plc – a global leader in healthcare technology, today announced it has been recognized by MediaCorp as one of Canada's Top 100 Employers.

This is the 23rd year of the Canada's Top 100 Employers national competition, which highlights the most progressive and forward-thinking companies, evaluated on a set of eight criteria. It determines which employers across Canada lead their industries in offering exceptional workplaces for their employees.

Meet Susan Clayton, Baltimore Runner-Turned-Entrepreneur

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Baltimore resident and avid runner Susan Clayton founded WhitePaws RunMitts, an outdoor gear and apparel company best known for its patented, convertible, thumbless mittens with inside pockets for hand warmers.

IOC Commissions Meet in Lausanne Following Historic Gender Equality Milestone

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The commissions of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will be gathering for their annual meetings over the next three weeks at Olympic House in Lausanne, Switzerland.

MAC Cosmetics Sponsors Ali Forney Center Transgender Day of Remembrance Event

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M·A·C Cosmetics was proud to honor Transgender Day of Remembrance by sponsoring The Ali Forney Center’s inaugural WE ARE FAMILY DANCE-A-THON.

Our 2030 Commitments at Eaton

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“The fact that Eaton has shared its ambitious 2030 commitments publicly clearly demonstrates its willingness to be held accountable for these goals, and that accountability will help us to focus on achieving them. If you have no plans when it comes to inclusion and diversity, it’s hard to meet any goal at all.

How a Lipstick Can Change a Life

By Tanyel Mustafa, Lifestyle Reporter
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It’s a drab rainy morning, but you wouldn’t know that at MAC Cosmetics’ Carnaby Street store.

A drag queen, charity workers, influencers, and members of the LGBTQ+ community have gathered for our photoshoot in joyful and vibrant energy – all in the name of lipstick.

HRH Prince Feisal: Sport Should Be Safe for Everyone

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Speaking at the opening of the 8th International Working Group (IWG) World Conference on Women and Sport, IOC Executive Board member and Deputy Chair of the IOC’s Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Commission, HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein, has called on sports organisations to do more to fight harassment and abuse in sport. The IWG on Women and Sport is the world’s largest network for gender equity and equality in sport.

Part-Time Cashier to Store Manager: Wilbert Slowman Talks Navajo Heritage, Family and Career

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Wilbert Slowman was born in Shiprock, New Mexico, a Navajo reservation named after a landmark rock formation that rises 1,583 feet above the earth. Wilbert and his family are proud to be Diné, which is how the Navajo people refer to themselves.

“I am of the Red House people and born for the Salt Water people,” says Wilbert. “My maternal grandfathers are of the Red Running into the Water people. My paternal grandfathers are of the Many Goats people.”

Gen Expands Opportunities for Women in Tech

Supporting Women4Cyber at this year’s Web Summit
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By Amanda Davis

Creating more inclusive environments for women and girls is part of our everyday culture at Gen. From our company-wide employee resource group, WONDER (Women Outreach and Development Resources), to our ongoing efforts to hire and promote women at all levels, we are committed to making a world where women see themselves as the leaders and changemakers they truly are. And we’re always on the lookout for ways to extend that approach beyond our own walls and into the broader tech world.

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