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Highland Park Youngsters Meet Gas Construction Team


The “Tiny Titans” and “Wonder Kids,” of the Yellow Brick Road Nursery & Preschool in Highland Park, New Jersey, were curious about the backhoes and other heavy machinery that recently started to appear on the block in front of their school. Since the school had been notified by PSE&G of pending Gas System Modernization Program work, Teacher Sandi Cooks requested a learning experience and Gas Construction Outreach made it happen.

Henkel North America Continues Commitment to Educate the Next Generation

We're proud to support 35 outstanding students with scholarships via the new Henkel Diversity Scholarship and our annual Henkel Corporation Scholarship programs.

For the past forty years, Henkel has been proud to provide students who have excelled in their studies and proven to be leaders in their communities with support to pursue their educational goals. As part of this longstanding dedication to educating the next generation of students, Henkel North America has announced it will be awarding 35 outstanding students with scholarships via the Henkel Corporation Scholarship Program and the newly established Henkel Diversity Scholarship Program. Both programs are administered in partnership with Scholarship America.

Genesys Works Summer Program Helps Young Adults Confidently Enter the Workforce


School may be out for summer. But for approximately 200 Houston-area high schoolers enrolled in Genesys Works’ 40 Days/40 Ways program, summer means getting down to business.

AEG's LA Kings and LA Galaxy Participate in Alliance LA's First Unity March and Dialogue in Fight Against Racism

Panelists and Speakers featured AEG Sports Chief Operating Officer Kelly Cheeseman and LA Kings Professional Hockey Scout Blake Bolden, among others
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On July 18, AEG’s LA Kings and LA Galaxy joined the nine other professional sports teams in Los Angeles that comprise THE ALLIANCE: Los Angeles in engaging in meaningful conversations with local youth and civic leaders during the first Alliance Unity March & Dialogue in the fight against racism.

Smarter Activity Book Provides Ray of Sunshine to Kids During Pandemic Isolation

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Needing to stay in the hospital can be scary and stressful for pediatric patients and their families. Project Sunshine aims to minimize those feelings by providing opportunities for play through volunteer-led programming that promotes creative expression, socialization, and learning. In 2020 the COVID-19 pandemic closed hospitals to outside vendors and limited guests accompanying patients, creating isolation and limiting those crucial interactions.

Inspiring Students to Tackle Transportation's Biggest Challenges


To continue to drive innovation in the transportation industry, it’s essential to foster a strong, diverse workforce that is prepared to tackle significant challenges.

CNH Industrial Congratulates 2021 Sergio Marchionne Student Achievement Awards Winners for North America


CNH Industrial announced the winners of the 2021 Sergio Marchionne Student Achievement Awards for North America. It is dedicated to the memory of Sergio Marchionne, former Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and CNH Industrial respectively.

Education Solutions Empower Japanese Children to Keep Learning in the Face of COVID-19


Pandemic-driven uncertainties catapulted K-9 students in Japan into the next generation of education – fully equipped to learn with technology. During this sudden transition, Japanese school children needed quick access to cloud-based learning solutions. This was no easy task.

So Japan launched the nation-wide GIGA School Programme led by Koichi Hagiuda, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, to provide learning opportunities with personalisation and creativity for school children across all backgrounds.

Putting Health Knowledge to Work

Education and advocacy, the untapped multipliers that turn cutting-edge health knowledge and technology into better outcomes for all

It has been estimated that healthcare knowledge doubles every 70 days. With advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning, that pace will quicken. The result? Universal education gaps that could tie community health outcomes to how well a region can keep up.


Closing the Knowledge Gap

Power of mLearning in Kenya

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In 2003, primary school education in Kenya was made free for all and it became possible for unprecedented numbers of young Kenyans to enroll. Although the government succeeded in getting pupils through the school doors, challenges such as teacher shortages, high levels of absenteeism among both students and teachers, and lack of textbooks and other educational resources all constrain provision of high quality education to all learners, particularly in public schools.


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