Education CSR News

Vigilant Global Joins GOAL Lion's Cup Charity Soccer Tournament


This Sunday, August 18, Vigilant Global employees will take to the soccer pitch at the Lachine soccer-plex in support of Goal Lion’s Cup Soccer Tournament organized by the Pub Burgundy Lion – one of Montreal’s favourite watering holes.

From India to California for AYV Summit


After traveling 8,500 miles from my home in Bangalore, India, I am so excited to be here at the Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Summit in Santa Clara, California! I’m 18 years old and in 12thgrade studying science at Christel House India Pre-University College, where I’ve been involved in the AYV program for five years.

Responsible Sourcing Networks Patricia Jurewicz to Speak at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium


Since 2006, Responsible Sourcing Network, a project of As You Sow, founder and director, Patricia Jurewicz, addresses labor and human rights abuses. Currently Jurewicz is involved with the PPA for Responsible Mineral Trade, the Cotton Coalition, ICCR’s Human Trafficking Group, and the Conflict Free Smelter Program. With 20 years of diverse experiences related to supply chain manufacturing and corporate responsibility, she will be speaking at the Global Conflict Minerals Symposium.

Brad Brooks-Rubin to Speak on Transforming the Conflict Minerals Trade at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium


Former Special Advisor for Conflict Diamonds in the Bureau of Energy, Economic, and Business Affairs at the United States Department of State, Brad Brooks-Rubin to speak at the Global Conflict Minerals Symposium among other great speakers diving into the complex law Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act SEC 1502.

New Award Recognizes Global Research Providing Sustainability Solutions

Press Release

London, ON, August 13, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Environmental Management Systems (EMS) increase employee productivity by 16%. When professor Magali Delmas’s research produced this result, she knew it was information business executives needed.

SSCS to Provide iPads to Students


by Patricia Nicosia

Sharon Springs Central School students will have a surprise awaiting them when they head back in September: IPad 3 computer tablets. 

Beginning with the seniors and then, by mid-month, moving on to Grades 7-11, all 150 middle school and high school students and their teachers will have the iPads and wireless internet connections, thanks to grants and other funding put together by SSCS Business Manager Tony DiPace. 

“Tony really took the lead on making this happen,” said Superintendent Pat Green. 

Adobe Youth Voices Summit Draws Teens, Educators from 23 Countries

Program Features Keynote by “Bully” Filmmaker Lee Hirsch, Appearance by Multi-Grammy Award Winner Common
Press Release

August 12, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Adobe Foundation today announced its third international Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Summit, welcoming 136 youth and educators to Silicon Valley Aug. 12-16 for an immersive digital media arts program.


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