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MAC Team Wins Howard University's 21st Century Advantage Program's Top Honor

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For the fourth consecutive year in a row, M·A·C was proud to participate in Howard University’s 21st Century Advantage Program (21 CAP). This innovative, nationally recognized program gives business students at Howard University the opportunity to enhance their foundational business and professional development skills through hand-on business experience at participating employers.

NABU and HP Launch Creative Lab to Empower Youth and Artistic Communities of Rwanda

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HP, a multinational information technology company, and NABU, the leading non-profit publisher of multilingual kids books, have launched the state of the art NABU HP Creative Lab in Kigali, Rwanda. Fitted with smart technology, which comprises the latest HP hardware and creative software, the Lab will be a learning and collaborative space for creatives in Rwanda. The space will be used as a tool to teach, equip, and empower young people in Rwanda by providing technological support so that they can create art that inspires the community.

Letters: Path Out of Poverty Runs Through Early Childhood Education (The Advocate)

BY: PATTY RIDDLEBARGER, VICE PRESIDENT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
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Over half (57%) of Louisiana children lived in financial hardship pre-pandemic — the HIGHEST rate in the nation — according to a new report from Louisiana United Ways, United For ALICE and Entergy Corp.

"ALICE in Focus: Children" shows we must be relentless in investing in children and families so every child has the resources they need to succeed.

MilliporeSigma Announces Curiosity Labs™ at Home Program Named 2022 EdTech Cool Tool Awards Finalist

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The EdTech Awards, a subdivision of EdTech Digest, LLC and the largest and most competitive recognition program in all of education technology, announced that MilliporeSigma, the U.S.

Biogen's Alex Cameron Discusses Biogen-MIT Biotech in Action

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When the pandemic hit, in-person lessons at the Community Lab paused. That’s when Biogen-Lemelson-MIT Program Biotech in Action launched, providing online science and lab classes. Going virtual allowed us to go global – working with 10,000 students in 19 countries over the past two years.

Episode 2: On the Porch with Rose Stuckey Kirk

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On the Porch with Rose Stuckey Kirk, is an ongoing podcast hosted by Verizon's Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer. Growing up in the South, big decisions were often made in one location for Rose—the front porch. Listeners can now tune into real conversations like she used to have on her porch, but this time the topics will range from pressing issues on social justice to climate, the economy, our community, and more. 

Reuter-Stokes Drives Technology Innovation with Student STEM Day Event

Reuter-Stokes drives technology innovation for 100 Twinsburg-Area High School Students at STEM event with help from Funny Car Drag Racing World Champion and his 330mph vehicle
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TWINSBURG, Ohio, May 6, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Reuter-Stokes, a Baker Hughes business, hosted a successful STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) event for 100 Twinsburg-Area High School students at its global headquarters in Twinsburg, Ohio today.

How You Manage Money Greatly Affects Your Future

Regions Bank hosts a hands-on financial education tour for Birmingham, Alabama-area students with disabilities.
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By Candace Higginbotham

Regions Bank closed out Financial Literacy Month in a special way.

On April 28, the Pelham, Alabama, branch welcomed 25 students from Hueytown High School for a tour of the bank facility and a discussion about the importance of financial wellness.

Kimberly-Clark Celebrates 30 Years of Bright Futures with College Scholarship Awards

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Kimberly-Clark recently awarded 2022 Bright Futures college scholarships totaling $980,000 to 49 students for academic achievement and leadership in their schools and communities.

Now in its 30th year, Bright Futures provides scholarship grants worth up to $20,000, or $5,000 per school year, to children of Kimberly-Clark employees throughout North America. Recipients are selected based on academic performance, community service, work experience, and involvement in extracurricular activities.

Create Your Nonprofit's Strategic Plan With Volunteer Support

Join Taproot Foundation’s webinar on strategic planning for nonprofits
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Thursday, May 19, 2022, at 1 PM ET / 12 PM CT / 11 MT / 10 PT

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