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Sodexo Fuels College Athletes for Game Day and Beyond

New pilot program features top collegiate sports teams, celebrated sports nutritionist Leslie Bonci, celebrity chef Andy Williams
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GAITHERSBURG, Md.,  June 13, 2018 /3BL Media/ Sodexo, a food and facilities management company committed to improving Quality of Life, announced today a new pilot program called The Circuit designed to equip college athletes with the proper nutrition, game-ready facilities and opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

Tupperware Brands' Leadership Team Visits Boys and Girls Club in Guatemala

Company donates bus, supplies to support the club's efforts.
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Rick Goings, along with other members of Tupperware’s leadership team (Luciano Garcia, Maria Luisa Suarez and Vivian Melendez),  visited a Boys & Girls Club in Zona 4 de Mixco, Guatemala. Rick and his team were quickly impressed by the number of kids at the club, who were very eager to welcome them and share their stories. 

Georgia Teachers Receive Training Through Visionary Computational Thinking Program to Prepare Students for 21st Century Careers

Tata Consultancy Services and Discovery Education Are Offering “Ignite My Future in School” to Cultivate Career Readiness in Students and Provide World-Class Professional Development to Educators in Southern Georgia
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CORDELE, Ga. and NEW YORK, June 12, 2018 /3BL Media/  Tata Consultancy Services, (TCS), (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS) a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, and Discovery Education, the leading provider of digital education content and professional development for K-12 classrooms, announce the South Georgia launch of their Ignite My Future in School initiative, in collaboration with Georgia Public Broadcasting.

Taco Bell Foundation Awards $3 Million in Live Más Scholarships

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This year, the Taco Bell Foundation awarded $3 million in Live Más Scholarships to 300 employees and youth across the country. Designed to help students pursue their unique passions that may not necessarily fit into the traditional “academic” or “athletic” categories, this year’s scholarship application drew nearly 8,000 submissions. Heidi is one of the future leaders receiving a $25,000 scholarship this year, check out the video to learn more about Heidi’s passion to be an advocate for change in her community.

Live Mas: At Taco Bell, It's Not Just A Tagline

By Jeff Hyman
Article

Nurturing your company’s DNA—and then recruiting people who match it—is essential to building a high-performance organization.

I spoke with Liz Williams, president of Taco Bell International, about this topic and how the company champions both diversity and cultural unity to create a highly collaborative organization.

The JetBlue Foundation Invests in Puerto Rico’s Future by Pledging Grants for Organizations That Power STEM Initiatives

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-- JetBlue Foundation Announces $100,000 in Grants in Celebration of JetBlue’s 16th Anniversary of Service to Puerto Rico --

-- Grant Recipient Inter American University of Puerto Rico to Offer Grant-Writing Workshops for Interested Organizations --

Press Release

-- JetBlue Foundation Announces $100,000 in Grants in Celebration of JetBlue’s 16th Anniversary of Service to Puerto Rico --

-- Grant Recipient Inter American University of Puerto Rico to Offer Grant-Writing Workshops for Interested Organizations --

Curiosity Cube Brings Science to Life for Sacramento Kids

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —Science was brought to life for some Sacramento kids on Wednesday.

Watch on KCRA 3 News

Saying Goodbye: When It’s Time to Remove Your Tree

Blog

Guest post by John Lang of Friendly Tree.

Trees bring so much benefit and beauty to the landscape, it can be hard to part with them. But, while a tree may seem healthy to the untrained eye, it could be a disaster waiting to happen.

Helping Students Break Into the Hospitality Industry

Valley High School, Las Vegas Career Day
Blog

This past year, The Venetian, The Palazzo, and Sands Expo in Las Vegas hosted 50 students from Valley High School’s Jobs for Americas Graduates (JAG) Program. The day of tours and workshops were held to expose the students to the opportunities in the hospitality industry. JAG is a highly effective, data-driven model that raises graduation rates and prepares participants by honing their work readiness skills.

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