February 7, 2020 /3BL Media/ At Adobe we believe that everyone is creative. Creativity is not exclusive or a special gift endowed only upon a lucky few. It belongs to everyone; it’s everywhere, and ultimately, creativity is what connects us all. It doesn’t just open doors. It opens worlds. It transcends borders and lowers barriers, crosses divides and dimensions.
With the explosion of devices, apps, and new media platforms, there never has been more creativity brought to the world than today, and we are in the golden age of creativity.
The national non-profit Teach for America (TFA) consists of a corps of leaders who commit to teaching in low-income schools and work to increase their students’ opportunities in life to make a meaningful impact. As a community partner with Las Vegas’ local sector, Las Vegas Sands supports this organization to provide high-need schools with diverse leaders.
By Dr. Joseph Wilson and Eduardo Celtin Dr. Joseph Wilson is a Teach For America—Phoenix alumnus and senior managing director of the organization’s STEM initiative. Eduardo Celtin is the president of Amgen Foundation
By Ashley Savageau, Symantec's Community Relations Mananger and a Teach For America Miami-Dade alumnus
The month of June has a special place in my heart. Not only does it signal the start of barbecues and beach trips, but it also marks my company’s annual recognition of outstanding teachers. At Symantec, we believe that an excellent K-12 education can set children up for academic, career, and personal success, and that their teachers deserve our gratitude and support.
In this Information Age where everything changes with the speed of light, Benjamin Franklin’s words are more relevant than ever before. Teachers are the heroes shaping our future innovators and for the 13th year in a row, Symantec will recognize a few of the influential educators out there – and you can play a part.