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Lenovo Foundation Partners With Solve Education! To Support STEM Education Through Gamification

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Lenovo Foundation, the charitable and philanthropic arm of Lenovo, recently established a global partnership with Solve Education! – a non-profit EdTech organization that aims to provide everyone with access to quality and effective education.

Teachers Spending More Out of Pocket on School Supplies Than Ever Before

National nonprofit releases 2021 teacher spending survey showing teachers spend on average $750 of their own money each year.
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August 18, 2021 /3BL Media/ - AdoptAClassroom.org, the national nonprofit that provides funding for U.S. teachers and schools, today released the results of their 2021 classroom spending survey of 5,400 PreK-12 teachers at public, private and charter schools.

MilliporeSigma & Seeding Labs Promote Access to Global Science Learning With Expanded TeleScience Website

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Sharing knowledge and lab tips is one way to increase access and bring the global scientific community together. Resources, such as the TeleScience platform from Seeding Labs, make it easier for scientists and researchers to access, connect and learn, whether they are in Boston or Nigeria.

Intel Employee Volunteers and U.S. Olympic Athletes Join Together for Virtual Girls Steam Camp

By Pia Wilson-Body, President, Intel Foundation
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It isn’t often that we get to see into the future, but that is exactly what I had the chance to do this past month. With support from Intel’s Olympic and Paralympic Office, the Intel® Future Skills team and Intel Employee Service Corps (IESC) volunteers hosted two three-day virtual sports STEAM camps for middle school girls from 35 states across the country. And the experience reminded us all that the future is bright.

Intel Launches AI for Workforce Program for Students in 18 Community Colleges

Intel’s artificial intelligence degree program helps create the next generation of US technologists, engineers and inventors.
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What’s New: Intel is announcing a major expansion of its Intel® AI for Workforce Program to help educate the next generation of U.S. technologists, engineers and inventors — and to help them land careers in their chosen fields, ranging from healthcare to nursing to business. To support the expansion of the program across the U.S., Intel is collaborating with Dell Technologies to provide technical and infrastructure expertise. Students who complete the program, which is being added at 18 schools across 11 U.S.

Students Design the New Holland Tractor of the Future

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In cooperation with the Istituto Europeo di Design, the CNH Industrial Industrial Design team launched the initiative "Design a New Holland Tractor of the future", challenging students to transform the design of a conventional tractor using new technology and sustainable materials. The participants, divided into groups, were students from Italy, India, United States, China, Dominican Republic, Malaysia, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, and Turkey.

Back to School Digital Safety Tips

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Before your kids go back to school this year, join National Parent Teacher Association and NortonLifeLock Cyber Safety experts for quick tips to get your family's devices and online privacy ready. Join us Wednesday 8/18 at 3 p.m. ET LIVE on Facebook!

Webinar: Explore Best-in-Class Air Purification Solutions for Return to Classrooms

Join California School Boards Association, Maclean Group and Delos to learn more about available options for improving the health and safety of school environments
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The return to school for the 21/22 school year is unlike any in the past. With the continued threat of COVID-19, schools are struggling with decisions to help mitigate viral transmission and make the learning environment safe and productive for students, faculty and staff.

Arcos Dorados Opens Its Corporate University to Young People in Latin America by Offering Free Trainings in Skills That Will Contribute to Their Future

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As a response to the youth capabilities concerns in the region, the company offers five digital express courses which will deliver an official certificate from the Hamburger University.  According to an opinion study carried out by the company together with the consulting firm Trendsity, 61% of the young people stated that training is necessary to compensate the lack of experience in the search for a first, formal job.As a response to the youth capabilities concerns in the region, the company offers five digital express courses which will deliver an official certificate from the Hamburger University. According to an opinion study carried out by the company together with the consulting firm Trendsity, 61% of the young people stated that training is necessary to compensate the lack of experience in the search for a first, formal job.

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As a response to the youth capabilities concerns in the region, the company offers five digital express courses which will deliver an official certificate from the Hamburger University.  According to an opinion study carried out by the company together with the consulting firm Trendsity, 61% of the young people stated that training is necessary to compensate the lack of experience in the search for a first, formal job.As a response to the youth capabilities concerns in the region, the company offers five digital express courses which will deliver an official certificate from the Hamburger University. According to an opinion study carried out by the company together with the consulting firm Trendsity, 61% of the young people stated that training is necessary to compensate the lack of experience in the search for a first, formal job.

EarthX Premieres New Original Content for Conservation Week

In addition to films and talks, EarthxTV will show new episodes from original programming, each highlighting a unique and intimate view of wildlife conservation
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EarthX will celebrate Conservation Week 2021 with show premieres, films and talks— all centralized on its streaming platform, EarthxTV. From August 16-22, viewers can tune in to learn about incredible species and their plights and triumphs, conservation initiatives gaining ground in localities around the world and the experts and professionals supporting progress. Premieres will take audiences from the United States to Mexico to nation after nation where animals are still being poached.

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