If you’ve ever completed a personality assessment or participated in a leadership workshop, you know that people carefully consider the different ways individuals receive and communicate information. And for good reason. When working on a team, it’s not about what we say but rather what others hear that dictates the success of the group.
First 5 California volunteers host reading party for local elementary school students
February 26, 2015 /3BL Media/ - To further its mission to support the early childhood development of California’s young children, First 5 California is distributing 7,000 brand-new books to children between the ages of 0 and 5 to enhance reading programs and advance youth literacy in Sacramento, Oakland, and Los Angeles.
425 local elementary school students receive free backpacks and school supplies from FirstMerit Bank
February 13, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Today, FirstMerit Bank volunteers surprised 425 students at Hope Institute Learning Academy with free backpacks filled with essential school supplies. The school also received supplies for its students with special needs to assist in tactile sensory stimulation, communication and academic skills.
More than 120 Kindergarten and First-Grade Students Receive Free Books and Read-Aloud Sessions
September 24, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Earlier this year, CITGO Lemont Refinery employees and Jennifer Frances, founder of Bess the Book Bus, delivered more than 120 free books to children at Fairmont and Taft grade schools.
Avista’s 125th anniversary is the perfect time to take a few hours out of employees' day to share what they do – and why they do it – with the young people in their lives. You never know, this might just inspire the next generation of Avista employees.
The program is a mix of self-directed, employee-led visits and events/activities held at locations throughout Avista's service territory. Activities included a touch-a-truck event, photo booth, safety demonstration, children’s activities, hydro presentation, and facility tours.