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Stanley Black & Decker Celebrates Third Annual Maker Month Focused on Empowering Skilled Workers & Tradespeople

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  • Throughout October, Stanley Black & Decker will start a conversation across social channels spotlighting a range of makers and tradespeople
  • Company introduces new Vocational Leadership Program to serve as a pathway for future leaders in manufacturing
  • DEWALT and STANLEY Security establish scholarship programs to support prospective and current students
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  • Throughout October, Stanley Black & Decker will start a conversation across social channels spotlighting a range of makers and tradespeople
  • Company introduces new Vocational Leadership Program to serve as a pathway for future leaders in manufacturing
  • DEWALT and STANLEY Security establish scholarship programs to support prospective and current students

STEM Careers Coalition to Celebrate Manufacturing Day October 2nd

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SILVER SPRING, Md., October 1, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Members of the STEM Careers Coalition – the first-of-its-kind national STEM initiative powered by corporate leaders and anchored in schools by Discovery Education – are helping educators nationwide imbue today’s students with spirit of innovation during Manufacturing (MFG) Day

Scotiabank Unveils Newest Downie-Wenjack Legacy Space in Partnership with The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund

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YELLOWKNIFE, NT, Sept. 30, 2020 /3BL Media/ - In recognition of Orange Shirt Day, Scotiabank today unveiled its third Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund (DWF) Legacy Space, further demonstrating its commitment to promoting education and discussion around reconciliation.

Chiefs Edward Sangris of Detah and Earnest Betsina of N'Dilo, both of Yellowknives Dene First Nation attended the opening, along with her Excellency, Yellowknife Mayor, Rebecca Alty and several local Scotiabankers.

College Students Visit HanesBrands' El Salvador Apparel Plants in Episode 4 of “Crop to Campus” Documentary

The seven-part documentary follows three North Carolina State University students through the process of making a T-shirt responsibly – from the farm to production to the consumer
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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., September 29, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The fourth episode of filmmaker Rod Murphy’s “Crop to Campus” minidocumentary, in which college students explore apparel sustainability, dropped today and features the students visiting HanesBrands’ textile fabric and sewing operations in El Salvador.

How EHS Professionals Design an Effective eLearning Program

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eLearning. Online training. Webinars. Distance learning. Web-based training. Microlearning. With new advances in technology, trainers today have a myriad of choices on how to deliver training. Those of us in the EHS profession know that many regulations applicable to our industries require some level of compliance training, but with all of these new delivery methods, how do we ensure that our employees not only meet the minimum regulatory requirements but also learn something applicable to their role?

“Road Trip” for 13,000 Kids Made Possible by FedEx

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Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the Smithsonian’s Office of the Under Secretary for Education was planning collaborations with Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA). Since many activities and events were cancelled due to COVID-19, the Smithsonian team acted fast to introduce the Summer Road Trip, a print activity guide with 40 pages of no-tech activities in STEM, history and the arts for K-8 learners.

Aramark's Global Day of Service Focuses on Students and Families, Adapts to Pandemic

Students, families, community organizations and more benefit from Aramark Building Community Day.
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PHILADELPHIA, September 30, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Earlier this month, Aramark volunteers participated in Aramark Building Community Day, an annual global day of service that demonstrates the company’s year round commitment to enriching and nourishing people’s lives.

Enabling Students to Champion Their Learning

The benefit of inquiry-based curriculum
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By Emy Aultman, 2nd grade teacher from Stringfellow Elementary School in Colquitt County, GA and Ignite My Future in School Learning Leader

More teachers are turning to inquiry-based instruction to ensure students gain and retain skills for success in college and career.

Greenville Technical College Opens Doors to Truist Culinary and Hospitality Innovation Center

$1 Million Grant from Truist Foundation Supports Center’s Opening, Educational Programs and Scholarships
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GREENVILLE, S.C., September 29, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Greenville Technical College today announced the opening of the Truist Culinary and Hospitality Innovation Center. A $1 million grant from the Truist Foundation to the Greenville Tech Foundation funded renovations for the center and will support educational programs and scholarships for students. The new facility is the anchor tenant for Poe West, a culinary and hospitality-focused development at 556 Perry Ave. in the west Greenville community.

New Sensory Room at New Hope Middle School 'a Safe Space' for Special Needs Students

By Ryan Anderson
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New Hope Middle School officially opened its new Kodiak Calming Cove, a sensory room for children with special needs, recently, and "it'll make a big difference for students to have a safe space they can go into," said Belinda Sloan, the school's principal.

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