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Learning to Lead at Las Vegas Sands

Sands Academy equips Team Members with skills and knowledge to develop their careers and provide extraordinary customer experiences along the way.
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Las Vegas Sands is committed to promoting a culture of learning and enrichment to its Team Members. Through Sands Academy, the company’s learning and development program in Asia and Las Vegas, Team Members are provided with opportunities to succeed in their careers and enhance skillsets to grow and develop as leaders.

Growing in the Hospitality Industry at Las Vegas Sands

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As soon as guests check-in, their experience at a Las Vegas Sands Integrated Resort might begin at the front desk. Team Members check-in and greet more than 35,000 guests a month, just at The Venetian Las Vegas. Behind those desks once stood Jaime Miranda, who served as front desk manager in 2005. She had the privilege and responsibility to welcome each guest and set the tone for their stay.

Sodexo to Hire 20,000 Employees in the U.S. in Next 60 Days

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GAITHERSBURG, Md., July 30, 2018 /3BL Media/  Sodexo, a food services and facilities management company committed to improving Quality of Life and recognized by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies, announced today its plans to hire 20,000 employees in the U.S. in the next 60 days in preparation for the 2018-2019 school year.

Interview: Senior Technologist Ana Marchan-Garcia

By Mariah Loeber
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This interview is with Ana Marchan-Garcia, who works is a Senior Technologist for MARS.

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This interview is with Ana Marchan-Garcia, who works is a Senior Technologist for MARS.

Creating Local Hiring Opportunities at Peñasquito

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We are always looking local for new hires in the communities surrounding our operations. Employment is one of the ways Goldcorp helps develop local economies and build strong community relationships. In 2017 our Peñasquito mine saw substantial success in this regard.

The JetBlue Foundation and Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) Host Hands-On Aviation Camps in Seven JetBlue Cities

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This summer, the JetBlue Foundation has partnered with the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) to host seven Aviation Career Education (ACE) Academy summer camps for future aviators. Thanks to a grant from the JetBlue Foundation, OBAP was able to bring the program to additional cities this year. The camps were held in seven different locations – New York, Boston, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Long Beach, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

What Duke Energy is Doing to Recruit More Female Employees

Duke Energy is recruiting diverse talent to serve diverse communities and solve the industry’s toughest challenges
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As a civil engineering student, Alex Smith never considered a career in the energy industry. But at a job fair on campus, a Duke Energy recruiter revealed some opportunities that appealed to her.

Today, Smith is a transmission line engineer designing power lines, poles and towers for the company, and she’s an example of how Duke Energy is changing its recruiting practices to attract more diverse employees including women.

3 Unexpected Ways to Retain Tech Talent

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Talent and knowledge of technology are hot commodities these days as the number of tech sector jobs has increased exponentially. Not only have the number of new occupations and titles grown, but so too have the number of people within the industry--in 1997 there were an estimated 2.2 million jobs within the tech industry, but by 2017, tech jobs exceeded 7 million.

Five Good Reads on Closing the Skills Gap in STEM

Helping the future workforce compete
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This article is part of a series on “solvable problems” within the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Global Engagement Forum: Live takes place this October 10–11, 2018, bringing together leaders from across the private, public, and social sectors to co-create solutions and partnerships to address four urgent, yet solvable problems—closing the skills gap in STEM, reducing post-harvest food loss, ending energy poverty, and eliminating marine debris and ocean plastics. Learn more about the Forum here.

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This article is part of a series on “solvable problems” within the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Global Engagement Forum: Live takes place this October 10–11, 2018, bringing together leaders from across the private, public, and social sectors to co-create solutions and partnerships to address four urgent, yet solvable problems—closing the skills gap in STEM, reducing post-harvest food loss, ending energy poverty, and eliminating marine debris and ocean plastics. Learn more about the Forum here.

Let Local Partners Lead

Engaging stakeholders to build health workforce and research capacity
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On June 11, Paraguay became the first country to be certified malaria-free by the World Health Organization (WHO) in more than 40 years. This is the latest in a series of triumphs for global efforts to combat infectious diseases. In December, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative reported a 99 percent reduction in annual polio cases since 1988.

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