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Southwest Airlines College Internships Evolve to Campus Reach

Broadened scope engages and inspires students at all levels
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The Southwest Airlines NoLimits Internship program has evolved to Campus Reach. With growing demand to engage students at all levels, inspire them to pursue a future in aviation, and launch careers at Southwest following graduation from high school or college, Campus Reach will include high school, college, and MBA internships, as well as direct-hire opportunities.

Southwest’s Campus Reach Team is diving into exciting new territory by building a talent pipeline of Millennials from all over the country and internationally.

21st Century Fox Kicks Off $500,000 Challenge Grant for Hampton University's Journalism School

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On July 17, 21st Century Fox launched a $500,000 Challenge Grant to Hampton University's Scripps Howard School of Journalism. The funds will support the activities of the School's new Center for Innovation in Digital Media, which is designed to enable Hampton University students to learn about and explore new ways of gathering and distributing media content.

Aramark and Campus Partners Recycle More Than 16.6 Million Pounds of Waste in National Competition

77 Aramark college and university partners participate in RecycleMania 2015 to encourage sustainability on campus and in local communities
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PHILADELPHIA, July 16, 2015 /3BL Media/ Aramark and 77 of its higher education partners recycled more than 16.6 million pounds of waste in the 2015 RecycleMania competition, an annual competition for college and university recycling programs aimed at promoting waste reduction on campuses.

Aramark, (NYSE: ARMK), the $15 billion global provider of award-winning services in food, facilities management and uniforms, coll

Professors: New Coding Platform a Must for Higher-ed Classrooms

Computer science profs say coding a must for all students, just like reading and writing; help design new classroom platform.
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A new coding platform has a mission to elevate the state of coding education in higher-ed classrooms around the world; and one way it’s doing this is through professor buy-in.

2015 Best EMBA: Veronica Carrera, Bloomberg LP

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Veronica Carrera

Cornell University, Johnson Graduate School of Management

Legg Mason’s Award-Winning Community Workplace Mentoring Program Graduates Its Newest Class

100% of participating seniors received their high school diplomas, among other awards
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Mentoring is a cornerstone of Legg Mason’s community volunteerism initiatives and reflects the firm’s philanthropic commitment to education with an emphasis on underserved youth. The newest class of Legg Mason’s Community Workplace Mentoring Program recently graduated high school with 100% of the participants earning their diploma and many students receiving honorary awards as well.

Keke Palmer, Award-Winning Actress and Recording Artist, Joins Get Schooled to Recognize Top Students in the Capital One Bank NYC College Challenge

Nearly 40,000 students at more than 60 high schools participated in the Capital One Bank NYC College Challenge across the city
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NEW YORK, May 21, 2015 /3BL Media/  Get Schooled today announced the successful completion of the Capital One Bank NYC College Challenge. Throughout the 2014-2015 school year, close to 40,000 high school students across New York City competed in the Challenge, which aims to boost college- going rates among students.

Carnival Foundation Awards Four-Year College Scholarships to 16 South Florida High School Students

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May 4, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Carnival Foundation, in partnership with the Miami HEAT and Florida Prepaid College Foundation, presented 16 South Florida students with four-year college scholarships during halftime at a recent HEAT game.

The High Emotional Cost of College

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Today’s young parents are seriously stressed out about money. In a recent survey by T. Rowe Price, roughly 70% of Gen-Xers (currently age 35-50) and 60% of Millennials (age 21-34) described themselves as “overwhelmed by financial pressures.” Money is a frequent source of arguments with their spouse.

Six out of ten say they “sometimes feel like a failure because I’m not providing enough for my family and our future.”

The Student Loan Hangover

T. Rowe Price: Many Parents Short-Changing Their Retirement to Cover College Costs

Survey Finds That About Half of Parents Are Willing to Delay Retirement and Dip Into Retirement Savings to Pay for Kids' College
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April 17, 2015 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price’s new Family Financial Trade-offs Survey revealed that parents are putting their own retirement security on the back-burner to support their kids’ education and cover their own personal student loans.

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