Celebrating Bloomberg’s 25 years in Singapore, Vandna Ramchandani, regional head of recruitment of the firm, talks about the company’s recruitment philosophy, and how hiring has evolved to suit the current talent climate.
We have created a mini series of excerpts from our archive of interviews in the RSF Quarterly. Lots of wisdom was shared by these individuals who hold deep ties to the roots of the organization as early trustees and staff members. We chose to focus on aspects around money, spirit, and associative economics as these themes are core to RSF’s history – and very relevant to our work today.
Did you ever have an awesome and innovative idea for a phone app? Now's your time to make that idea a reality!
Verizon wants to get middle and high school students stoked on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) while helping them solve problems in their communities. Thankfully, there’s an app (challenge) for that!
The Shenandoag School Corporation campus in rural Middletown, Indiana is to become the latest carbon offset wind power project from carbon offset project developer and supplier NativeEnergy, through its Help Build scheme. The 900kW turbine will generate clean energy for the K-12 school and avoid an estimated 13,000 tonnes of carbon emissions. In addition, the School will save a net of $1.7 million during the first 20 years of operation of the project.
Partnership seeks to broaden efforts to address climate change by giving Honda and Acura customers an opportunity to save money with solar power
SAN MATEO and TORRANCE, Calif., February 20, 2013 /3BL Media/ - SolarCity® (Nasdaq: SCTY) and American HondaMotor Co., Inc., today announced apartnership to make solar power more affordable and available to Honda and Acura customers in the U.S., providing a cleaner source of electricity at a lower cost than utility-supplied power.
Junior Achievement USA® and The Allstate Foundation survey indicates teens are more optimistic about financial futures, yet concerned about paying for higher education
April 2, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Junior Achievement USA® (JA) and The Allstate Foundation's 2013 Teens and Personal Finance Poll shows that teenagers are more optimistic about their financial futures, with a 20 percent increase in teens believing they will be financially better off than their parents. However, part of their financial security comes from depending on parents until a later age.