Local NeighborhoodLIFT grants support economic and workforce development, youth programs and neighborhood beautification
RALEIGH, N.C., July 28, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) today announced a total of $500,000 in donations to five local nonprofits to help revitalize Raleigh-Durham neighborhoods through the Wells Fargo NeighborhoodLIFT® program.
Over the past few evenings, I’ve been escaping from the news of the day by reading some science fiction. Or at least I thought my choice was science fiction. The book, Rise of the Robots by Martin Ford, describes how automation threatens jobs and industries not in the distant future, but in the coming decades.
Community college students prepare for jobs in Asheville, NC’s booming craft beverage industry
Dave Lawrence had already retired from two careers when he heard about a community college program that could turn his hobby into a third.
Max Fann got a job at Asheville, N.C.’s Wicked Weed Breweryat 19, liked learning about beer, and figured his chances to succeed in the business would increase dramatically if he went to school to study it.
January 6, 2017 /3BL Media/ - In 2016, General Motors awarded $1.7 million to nonprofit organizations located in and serving General Motors communities across the U.S. through the company’s Community Grants Program.
With a special focus in the areas of STEM education, vehicle and road safety, neighborhood revitalization and workforce development, the program allows facilities to designate grant funding to organizations vital to addressing the needs of the employees and customers in their region.
As demographic shifts accelerate the changing global workforce, leaders who leverage the diversity of their employee populations and create an inclusive culture, could see higher levels of safety and engagement within their organization. While there is not necessarily a causal relationship between inclusion, safety, and engagement, some studies reflect a correlation between these indicators and positive business outcomes.
Alicia Zatcoff, Sustainability Manager, City of Richmond, VA
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The Ray C. Anderson Foundation is the Platinum Sponsor of "The Green Guy" radio talk show on WGST AM640 - Atlanta. Shows air weekly at 9AM Eastern, featuring voices from all aspects of sustainable life. - at home, at work, at school and in the community.
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Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) Foundation will receive $1.4 million from the KeyBank Foundation to enhance and expand the College’s public safety education and training programs.The grant will support high-quality training for students pursuing careers as law enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics and other in-demand public safety occupations in Northeast Ohio.The program will include a campaign to recruit minority and female candidates for first responder jobs, as well as outreach initiatives to U.S.
A corporation is nothing without its people. They are the heart and soul of any company and can be the factor that sets an organization apart from its competitors. Developing that workforce in a way that helps maintain a competitive edge in the marketplace has become more critical than ever.