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Barclays Encore! Programme Reboots Careers

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After spending more than twenty years as a Senior Portfolio Manager on Wall Street, Maria Spinelli decided to take a break. She found herself reenergized after her professional sabbatical and desired to return to the workforce, but contemplated whether to pursue a new career path or leverage her asset management expertise. 

Tetra Tech International Development Services Launches #TtInspires Campaign

Showcasing our international development employees and the inspiration that powers them
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At Tetra Tech, our people are our strength. Their passion and expertise enable Tetra Tech to provide the best solutions for clients around the world.

This is particularly true in development work. To do this work well requires a unique level of passion for the global community and the expertise to provide integrated, sustainable solutions for those we serve.

Deloitte | Women Can Soar When the Mentored Become Mentors

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This post was sponsored by Deloitte as a part of a larger editorial package. It went through our normal editorial review process.

By Tamika Tremaglio
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This post was sponsored by Deloitte as a part of a larger editorial package. It went through our normal editorial review process.

Looking Outside the Box We Can Solve the Cyber Security Workforce Gap

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This year, Symantec Cyber Career Connection (Symantec C3) partner NPower announced their campaign “The Future of Tech Has a Name” to launch 15,000 digital careers by 2022 and be on track to serve 50,000.  Today we are excited to feature the final part of our three-part series, “The Future of Cyber Security Has a Name,” highlighting individual stories from our program that reflect a changing, diverse and qualified future pipeline of cyber security professionals. 

We have featured the story of alumnus Christopher Reynolds and Layla Gardner, and today we close our series by hearing from Symantec C3 partner NPower CEO Bertina Ceccarelli.

The Future of Cyber Security Has a Name – Part 3
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This year, Symantec Cyber Career Connection (Symantec C3) partner NPower announced their campaign “The Future of Tech Has a Name” to launch 15,000 digital careers by 2022 and be on track to serve 50,000.  Today we are excited to feature the final part of our three-part series, “The Future of Cyber Security Has a Name,” highlighting individual stories from our program that reflect a changing, diverse and qualified future pipeline of cyber security professionals. 

We have featured the story of alumnus Christopher Reynolds and Layla Gardner, and today we close our series by hearing from Symantec C3 partner NPower CEO Bertina Ceccarelli.

Making the Case for a New Approach to Employee Giving and Volunteering

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Finally, the data to support what we've intuitively known for years about the true value of corporate giving. By taking an employee engagement approach to workplace giving and volunteering programs, companies can not only achieve greater social impact—they can drive additional business value through increased employee retention, too. 

Why Women Should Reconsider a Career in Energy

A top female exec in the energy industry shares her initial doubts about a career in the field, explains why she’s so glad she took the leap and urges others to do the same.
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by AnnetteClayton, CEO and President, North America Operations; CSCO, Schneider Electric

Growing up on a small farm, there was an “all hands on deck” mentality, where we did everything ourselves. I inherited an engineering mindset by watching things being pulled apart, repaired and reassembled. The more I investigated their inner workings, the more I became hooked. Working through college and grad school, I earned engineering degrees before deciding where to take my career.

FCA US and FIAT Brand Lead the Motor City Pride Parade

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  • A new rainbow-wrapped 2018 Fiat 124 Spider will serve as grand marshal vehicle for this year’s parade
  • Longtime support of Motor City Pride demonstrates the Company’s support of LGBTQ employees, customers, communities and issues
  • 2018 is the 11th year the Company has achieved a 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index evaluating LGBTQ workplace practices
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  • A new rainbow-wrapped 2018 Fiat 124 Spider will serve as grand marshal vehicle for this year’s parade
  • Longtime support of Motor City Pride demonstrates the Company’s support of LGBTQ employees, customers, communities and issues
  • 2018 is the 11th year the Company has achieved a 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index evaluating LGBTQ workplace practices

Alliance Data Works with My Possibilities to Create Access to Employment for Adults with IDD

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For nearly two decades, Alliance Data has supported nonprofits like My Possibilities (MP), a Plano-based for cause organization designed to provide adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) the opportunity to continue their education. Our support of MP goes beyond the role of traditional corporate partner, as we’ve played a leading role in transforming the organization, catapulting it into a position that virtually guarantees its ability to deliver on its mission not just in the years to come, but in the decades to come.

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