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Taking on the Eduployment Challenge

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Author, Chris Sturgis is founder of MetisNet and founding member of The Youth Transition Funders Group.

Is there a growing interest among funders to invest in eduployment and workforce development? I’ve been getting calls from funders who are interested in making more investments in this area recently. They feel overwhelmed by the youth unemployment crisis and daunted by how to design a meaningful intervention.

(SAAS) Social Accountability Accreditation Services is Hiring a Program Coordinator

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Social Accountability Accreditation Services (SAAS) is hiring a Social Certification Program Coordinator.
 

Social Certification Program Coordinator Position

60 Minutes: Jobs program benefits Fortune 500 and underprivileged youth

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"Year Up" trains thousands of disadvantaged youth for internships that often lead to corporate jobs -- jobs that companies have found hard to fill.

Watch the 60 Minutes segment

SAP And GENYOUth Foundation Join Forces To Support Youth Entrepreneurs

SAP's $3 million multi-year commitment to GENYOUth will advance student innovations to improve health and wellness in schools
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NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2014 /3BL Media/ -- GENYOUth Foundation-- a nonprofit dedicated to improving nutrition and physical activity in US schools, today announced that it has received a multi-year, $3 million-dollar commitment from SAP, a leading technology and innovation company.

Trane Educates Workforce Development Institute Attendees About the Future of Clean Technology Training

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  • Smart grid, building performance, water and automotive industries will be discussed
  • Event aims to explore innovative opportunites to activate economies and campuses
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  • Smart grid, building performance, water and automotive industries will be discussed
  • Event aims to explore innovative opportunites to activate economies and campuses

Documentary Where the Wonder Went to Screen at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival

A film by Adventure Capitalist Bryan Latchford, and his fellow UCSB Bren School master’s students, explores how to make science education engaging and exciting for kids
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January 31, 2014 /3BL Media/ - A documentary film created by Adventure Capitalists team member, Bryan Latchford, and two of his fellow UCSB Bren School master’s students, has been accepted into the 2014 Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which runs from Jan. 30 through Feb. 9. 

Labor Supply Chain Integrity and Ethical Recruitment: A Perspective from IOM

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By Federico Soda, Head of Labour Migration and Human Development, International Organization for Migration

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