On Thursday, November 13th, Fox News Channel will host a graduation ceremony for the latest class of fellows from the Ailes Apprentice Program, a professional development initiative for television journalists from diverse backgrounds. The event will also mark the 10th anniversary of the program, which has become a leader in promoting diversity in the broadcast journalism industry.
Partnership Will Enable Harlem RBI to Enhance the Quality of Its Project Coach Program and Serve More Youth in Its Community
August 15, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Chevy New York Tri-State Dealers have partnered with CBS EcoMedia through its EducationAd program to support Harlem RBI’s Project Coach model, a mentorship program designed to help youth recognize their potential and realize their dreams through sports. The program engages local youth in age-appropriate coaching opportunities in order to build and develop the values and skills they need to achieve positive outcomes, including graduating from high school and college.
Girl Scouts are known for the color green but with the unveiling of The Mary Kay healthy relationship patch yesterday, young women and girls across North Texas are learning more about what it means to be part of Mary Kay’s pink world.
Mary Kay’s initiative with the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas is part of the Don’t Look Away campaign and the company’s commitment to end domestic violence and promote healthy relationships.
By Susan Diegelman, Director of Public Affairs, AT&T
The Broader Horizons program exposes students who are struggling academically to college and career opportunities through mentorship. This is an important component of the Reconnecting McDowell initiative, which is working to make educational improvements to McDowell County, West Virginia, to give the county a brighter economic future. Earlier this year, AT&T committed resources to Broader Horizons and last month we had the extraordinary opportunity to meet the first 20 students participating in this program.
By Marian Croak, Senior Vice President, Domain 2.0 Architecture and Advanced Services Development
A lot of people think successful innovators and entrepreneurs rely on some flash of genius to come up with great ideas and turn them into world-changing products and services. But as I’ve learned throughout my career – and as I was reminded a few weeks ago at the Final Four Innovation Summit in Dallas – hard work, perseverance through failure, and a general curiosity are much more critical.
Expanded inclusion efforts help organization maintain position on the list of Top 50 Companies for Diversity®
NEW YORK, June 3, 2014 /3BL Media/ -- Recognized for being at the forefront of initiatives to advance women and other underrepresented groups in a variety of countries in Europe, Asia, the Mideast and Africa,
By: Laquita Hall, Vice President of Business Operations, AT&T Technology and Network Operations
I have spent over twenty years using my background in physics and electrical engineering working at AT&T. I spend a lot of my free time thinking about how we can get more women in this field, and it starts with a focus on young girls. We stand to benefit substantially by getting more girls to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
It can be lonely for a woman in the technology field.
At the college level, men earn 82 percent of engineering and computer science degrees. And while women make up 47 percent of the overall workforce, they constitute only 27 percent of the science and engineering workforce. Isolation and lack of mentors often prevent women from pursuing and advancing in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.