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Connected Living Teams up With UsAgainstAlzheimer’s, Sodexo and Other Leading Organizations to Support Families for World Alzheimer’s Day

Press Release

QUINCY, Mass., September 20, 2017 /3BL Media/ - In recognition of World Alzheimer’s Day, Connected Living, a provider of social networking services to families and senior citizens, announced today that it has pledged to donate 15 percent of all proceeds from their app services to UsAgainstAlzheimer’s (UsA2), an innovative nonprofit organization demanding – and delivering – a solution to Alzheimer’s.

Three Quality of Lifehacks to Teach Your Child(ren) to Cook

By: Quality of Lifehacks
Blog

Today is National Kids Take Over the Kitchen Day. In most cultures, learning to cook from your parents is a natural part of growing up. It may be connected to a holiday or religious tradition or simply a weekly dinner for a big family with deep ties to its heritage. But for many of us, that tradition sadly takes a back seat to the rigors of our daily existence. Cooking with the kids would be nice, but on a busy school night, dinner is just another chore to check off the list.

Data Analytics: Leveraging Insights to Drive Program Innovation

By: Jonathan Preciado
Blog

Data analytics has changed the way we view operations, performance, and student outcomes. As Southern New Hampshire University President Paul L. LeBlanc, mentions in the latest chapter of President to President, “Engineering a 21st Century Higher Educational Model:  Guidelines for Leading the Work,” understanding data can be an important step in meeting the needs and expectations of today’s students.

Back to School: The ABC’s of Changes to School Meals

By: Richard Hill
Blog

With over 30 million students eating at least one meal at school each day, schools not only offer an opportunity for children to enjoy nourishing food but also a chance to learn healthy eating habits and important social skills.

Shaping the Future: How Disruptive Innovation is Changing Higher Education

By: Kevin Rettle
Blog

The pace of change in higher education is accelerating faster than any time in history. Today, higher education is a global commodity with all the competition and product diversification of any Fortune 500 organization. Mostly steeped in learning constructs hundreds of years old, today’s colleges and universities are subject to stronger political, social, economic, and technology market forces than ever before and are driven by a generation of students that will not accept the status quo.

Helping Employees Feel Connected in Large Organizations

By: John LaVeck
Blog

In large organizations, it can be easy for employees to feel a little lost. Among dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of people, employees can lose a sense of individuality, and that can lead to a feeling of disconnection and a lack of engagement at work.

Sodexo’s Five Back-to-School Healthy Eating Tips

Sodexo lays out ways to add balance and nutrition to school meals and snacks without sacrificing taste and enjoyment
Press Release

GAITHERSBURG, Md., August 22, 2017 /3BL Media/ – In preparation for the 2017-2018 school year, Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life services, released five easy tips to help children eat healthier during the school day. As the largest employer of registered dietitians in North America and a leading provider of school meals, Sodexo’s nutrition experts offer creative ways to make meals and snacks more nutritious whether they are brought from home or purchased at school.

Sodexo Pledges $650,000 to Scholarship Assistance for Employees and Their Dependents

Press Release

BOWLING GREEN, Ky., August 18, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life Services and the University’s partner in facilities management, has made a gift commitment to WKU to establish the Sodexo Scholarship Fund to support their employees, as well as their dependents, in the pursuit of higher education at any campus of WKU. Sodexo has pledged $650,000 in scholarship assistance over the next 13 years with $50,000 in scholarships awarded in a given academic year.

Three Quality of Lifehacks to Bridge Generational Differences in the Workplace

By: Quality of Lifehacks
Blog

A 60-something instructor at a major university was working on a project with an undergraduate student. The student complimented the instructor on her proficiency with technology. The student thought he was paying a compliment to the instructor. The instructor was offended because she believed the implication was that her skills were good “for someone her age,” playing into the stereotype that all Baby Boomers struggle with technology. Little did the student know that the instructor serves on the boards of several technology companies and is a former CEO of a tech company.

Tips to Ease Your Nerves When Preparing for your First Internship

By: Lindsay Scholten
Blog

Internships are a great way to prepare for your future. They can help you discover if the job path you’ve chosen is the right one for you, expose you to the professional world, and equip you with skills, experience and knowledge for a successful career. Since internships are usually one of the first experiences for students in the professional working environment, they can seem a bit daunting. To help ease the nerves, here are five tips I learned during my summer internship to ensure you get the most from your experience.

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