Mark Case, Science Teacher at Southern Guilford High Schools
Astronaut and physicist Sally Ride famously said: “If you can see it, you can be it.” This now common phrase has special truth in education. Wherever students are learning, seeing people like them represented – especially in ever-growing fields like STEM – helps build their confidence that they too can do anything.
Realized Worth has spent the year like everyone else – adapting, adjusting, and committing to adding value in a new world of remote work where human connection is more important than ever. So, we’ve produced products and services (like our Virtual Volunteer Accelerator and our Volunteer Champion training series!) to meet people where they are. Some of our friends in the field like Common Impact, Benevity, Points of Light, Taproot, Revere, YourCause, GozAround, and others have done the same!
This Nationwide Network of Local Nonprofit Tree Planting Organizations is United in an Effort to Plant Trees for a Better Tomorrow
Local impact happens when community-based tree planting organizations create projects that involve citizens, schools, churches, and government. This is the work of the 160 members of the Alliance for Community Trees program. These passionate nonprofit organizations are the boots on the ground — a grass-roots network united in their purpose of improving communities and towns across the country with trees.
I am not a neutral party when it comes to neurodiversity. I am a parent of an autistic teenager, and my work is also related to the topic. Neurodiversity is the different ways we as humans think, communicate and see the world. It’s the fact that variations in the human genome that include autism, ADHD, OCD, and dyslexia, among others, are simply variations of the brain. Neurodiversity also implies that these differences, while presenting certain challenges, also contain often untapped strengths for the individual, for businesses, and for society overall.
Finding a job may seem pretty straightforward – update your resume, fill out an application, interview for the job. However, if you’re one of the estimated 3.5 million Americans with Autism spectrum disorders (ASD), it’s not that simple.
For many high-functioning young adults with autism, it is not a lack of intelligence or ability but rather a lack of training, education and social support that limits their futures.
Benevity and its client companies — including First Tech, Jacobs, Mortenson, Zoom Video Communications and more — aim to take back 2020 with a collaborative grassroots movement to encourage giving, volunteering and positive action
CALGARY, AB, December 1, 2020 /3BL Media/– Benevity, Inc., the leading provider of global corporate purpose software, launched the Dear 2020 Challenge today to coincide with GivingTuesday, activating more than 600 purpose-driven companies and their people to end 2020 on a positive note by reaching 3 million acts of goodness in the month of December.
By John Moses, Vice President, Americas Partner Organization
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that the old adage is true: necessity truly is the mother of invention. It’s also shown us that when we work together, not only can we adapt, but we can overcome challenges and even achieve things we previously hadn’t thought were possible.
Our partners have been the very embodiment of those ideas over the course of this year, helping in ways large and small all around the world. Cisco, too, has leaned into the challenges that 2020 has thrown our way, and together we’ve worked to create the solutions our communities need most.
New Program Aims to Encourage Companies to Help Reverse Nature Loss in Line with Science
GLOUCESTER, Mass., December 1, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Pure Strategies joined as a pioneer member of the Science Based Targets Network (SBTN) Corporate Engagement Program, to help advance corporate adoption of science-based targets for water, land, biodiversity, and oceans to complement the important work on science-based targets for climate. Our team supports o
Oceanic Global Short Film Festival celebrates the talent of emerging sustainability-minded filmmakers with screening and panel discussion on EarthxTV
DALLAS,November 23, 2020 /3BL Media/ - In partnership with international NGO Oceanic Global, EarthX will host a virtual screening and panel discussion for the first-ever Oceanic Global Short Film Festival. This event features the festival’s winning Final Four films and will show on EarthxTV on December 3rd at 11am EST. Created byOceanic Global’s London Hub, the festival showcases emerging filmmakers that are putting a spotlight on the environment and conservation.