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MilliporeSigma Inspires the Next Generation of Scientists Through SPARK™ Volunteer Program

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July 30, 2019 /3BL Media/ — Throughout the year, MilliporeSigma employees volunteer their skills and expertise to make a difference in their communities across the globe. This shared commitment to giving back brings employees together each quarter during a designated “SPARK™ Week,” in which they participate in a variety of volunteer opportunities. During MilliporeSigma’s latest SPARK™ Week, June 1–9, employees brought impactful hands-on science experiences to students.

Science Experiments Inside the Curiosity Cube

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WMTV covered MilliporeSigma's Curiosity Cube at the Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison. At the Curiosity Cube, kids were provided hands-on STEM opportunities involving the periodic table, using virtual reality goggles to see the anatomy of the heart, and what on the inside of a smart phone and more. MilliporeSigma's mission for the Curiosity Cube is to share and promote to kids STEM experiences and inspire the next generation of scientists. 

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Kohler Co. Welcomes Michigan State Students Exploring Engineering/Business Careers

MSU alums volunteer to introduce Kohler career options on college spring break corporate tour.
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A group of college students traded the beach for business this spring break, participating in Michigan State University’s Spring Break Corporate Tour. The weeklong spring break alternative exposes MSU engineering and business students to the corporate world, and we were among their first stops.

AT&T and Girl Scouts Team Up to Inspire Girls to Pursue STEM Careers

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By: Nicole Anderson, Executive Director of Philanthropy at AT&T is based in Dallas, TX & Anna Maria Chávez is the Chief Executive Officer of Girl Scouts of the USA

Industry Leaders on the Path to the Corner Office: Do Your Homework. Focus on Things that Matter. And, Follow Your Instincts.

BNY Mellon's Chief Information Risk Officer Lisa Humbert Shares Career Journey Advice
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Women now yield unprecedented economic and financial clout--making up nearly two-thirds of the U.S. work force and frequently out-earning their spouses. Yet they have traditionally been underrepresented in the corner office.

In honor of International Women's Day and Women's History Month in the U.S., BNY Mellon's executives share lessons from their personal leadership journey. These dedicated leader-coaches are a reflection of why BNY Mellon has become the Investments Company for the World.

If you had 5 minutes with an inspirational woman leader what could you find out?

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