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VIDEO | Consider a Career With a Little "Energy"

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Last week, Consumers Energy and DTE Energy collaborated together to expose students in West Michigan to careers in the energy industry. 

Click here to watch the video on WoodTV.com.

Youth-Serving Organizations Can Apply to Receive Access to Free Screenings of ‘The Hate U Give’ Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Film, Fox 2000 and AMC Theatres

Applications for community-based organizations open this week, following free limited release screenings in nine markets
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LOS ANGELES, October 4, 2018 /3BL Media/ -- Twentieth Century Fox Film and AMC Theatres are joining forces to provide underserved and underrepresented young people across the country access to the powerful new film THE HATE U GIVE, as a tool for driving empowerment, empathy, and dialogue. The studio and theatre chain are hosting free screenings in nine metro areas during the film’s limited release – at 11am local time, Saturday, October 6: Atlanta, GA, Baltimore, MD, Dallas, TX, Houston, TX, Los Angeles, CA, Miami, FL, New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA, and Washington, DC.  

Fox Teams up With Kennedy Center’s Turnaround Arts for #EmpireStarGivesBack Social Campaign

$2 Donated For Each Tweet Using Campaign Hashtag Up to $50,000
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EMPIRE Season Premiere Features Original Portrait of “Cookie” and “Lucious”

By Renowned Artist Derrick Adams 

 

“EMPIRE X Derrick Adams” Merchandise Collection Launches Online

at FOXSHOP (shop.fox.com) with all FOX Profits Benefiting Turnaround Arts

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EMPIRE Season Premiere Features Original Portrait of “Cookie” and “Lucious”

By Renowned Artist Derrick Adams 

 

“EMPIRE X Derrick Adams” Merchandise Collection Launches Online

at FOXSHOP (shop.fox.com) with all FOX Profits Benefiting Turnaround Arts

Scotiabank Hands Scholarships to Belize City Students

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Scotiabank handed out scholarships to school children as it celebrates its 12th anniversary of its Scotia Bank Education Foundation. The children attended a short ceremony late this afternoon at the Scotiabank Belama Branch. Malenie Landaverde, the Manager of the branch spoke more about the program.

Recipes For Learning -- Scotiabank Trains Canteen Cooks

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As Scotiabank steps up its Nutrition for Learning (NFL) programme, targeting students in 38 primary level institutions, it recently hosted workshops for several school canteen cooks. The workshops, which have been conducted by master chef Jacqui Tyson, sought to equip canteen and administrative personnel in schools with the knowledge and skill to prepare nutritional and healthy meals for students.

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How to Train Today’s Students to Be Tomorrow’s Tech Workforce

by Victoria Glazar, Verizon Corporate Social Responsibility
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At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, people had no idea how machines would change their lives.  Today, as we’re poised at the precipice of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we can relate. The next generation of wireless technology, 5G — with the ability to transmit data at speeds 50 times faster than today — promises to bring seismic change. This technology will enable advances in virtual and augmented reality, Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, robotics and more, creating a future world as astounding to us as our present world would be to someone born 250 years ago.

Sodexo Fuels College Athletes for Game Day and Beyond

New pilot program features top collegiate sports teams, celebrated sports nutritionist Leslie Bonci, celebrity chef Andy Williams
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GAITHERSBURG, Md.,  June 13, 2018 /3BL Media/ Sodexo, a food and facilities management company committed to improving Quality of Life, announced today a new pilot program called The Circuit designed to equip college athletes with the proper nutrition, game-ready facilities and opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

Meet the 2018 AT&T Aspire Accelerator Class

by Anne Wintroub, Director of Social Innovation, AT&T
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I love getting to meet and learn from innovators from all walks of life. When people from diverse backgrounds — geographically, culturally, ethnically or professionally — come together to address social challenges, the results are awe-inspiring.

That’s what I love most about our AT&T Aspire Accelerator. We believe we found the most promising entrepreneurs from all over the country, with varied backgrounds, who offer solutions to problems they’ve personally seen or experienced in education.

Farm to Table Event Spotlights Local Seattle-Area Farmers

Seattle Pacific University, Sodexo and Puget Sound Food Hub Farmers Cooperative give students a taste of new locally-sourced menu items
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SEATTLE, April 18, 2018 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of Earth Week 2018, Seattle Pacific University, the Puget Sound Food Hub and Sodexo, the university’s dining services partner, teamed up to launch its first-ever Farm to Table lunch event.  The event will give students a taste of new locally-sourced menu items and an opportunity to connect directly with Seattle-area farmers to learn first-hand about the menu’s ingredients.

Bridging Gaps in Biotechnology, From High School to College

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Three years after Enrique García-Rivera left his home school in Puerto Rico for an Amgen Scholars summer at the University of California, San Francisco, he found himself in an unexpected place: He was coaching a high school biotechnology club in Massachusetts, helping them with the Genes in Space challenge for NASA. He walked the teenagers through different types of DNA reactions that could theoretically be altered by zero-gravity.

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