The second-graders at Alvin Avenue Elementary in Santa Maria drew pictures and signed thank you letters as part of a national kindness challenge
“Awesome — that’s so cool! I want to try that!” exclaimed the second-graders in Kristina Velasquez’s class at Alvin Avenue Elementary School in Santa Maria, California.
The 25 students had gathered around a classroom monitor to look at YouTube videos of linemen climbing poles and riding in bucket trucks as they worked to restore power. These are the heroes the kids chose to thank for a recent national Great Kindness Challenge.
New model will harness technology and convene multi-sector partners to support veterans transitioning into higher education, civilian life, and the workforce
NEW YORK, March 19, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration today announced a new collaboration with Citi to increase educational programming and support for veterans and military family members making the transition to two- and four-year colleges, graduate and professional schools, civilian life, and the workforce.
By Amber Boyle, VMware Diversity and Inclusion Director
This year, the conversation around diversity has been amplified. While progress is being made in the area of diversity and inclusion (D&I) from Hollywood to the C-suite, company diversity report releases alone won’t move the needle in our communities. Conversation – and action – need to take place every day.
In 2015, Comcast NBCUniversal committed to achieving an exciting but ambitious goal – the hiring of 10,000 Veterans, National Guard and Reserve members, and Military Spouses across our company by the end of 2017. We are committed to military hiring because it strengthens our team, and our long-standing support of military and veteran organizations across the country.
CLEVELAND, March 5, 2018 /3BL Media/ – KeyCorp announced today that Bruce Murphy, Head of Corporate Responsibility, has shared his intention to retire on July 1, 2018. Key also announced that Don Graves will succeed Murphy and assume responsibility for Key’s Corporate Responsibility and Community Relations functions.
As an important part of our transition to clean energy sources, and commitment to build a sustainable future for our company, the people of Michigan and the environment we share, we retired our seven oldest coal-fired generating plants on April 15, 2016.
57% of Barclays colleagues now work dynamically, with take-up increasing every week. A new ‘White Paper’ sets-out the secrets of Barclays’ success.
Dynamic working was launched across Barclays in June 2015 and 57% of colleagues are now signed up. A new report from Barclays explores why colleagues want to work dynamically and how we've made it possible. The report identified five key steps for success: