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'You Were Made to do Amazing Things'

Students participate in unique financial education event at the Regions Tradition.

By Mel Campbell

“You were made to do amazing things.” It’s a phrase Eric Smith, a renowned financial literacy coach, uses with young people. It’s also a message that underlies the reason behind having him and other Regions associates go out into the community and share the basics of financial education.

MilliporeSigma Announces the Expansion of Hands-On Science Education Program With Kick-off of Global Curiosity Cube® Mobile Lab

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  • Inaugural European mobile science lab launches in Darmstadt, Germany
  • Fourth annual North American mobile science lab gets underway after two-year pandemic hiatus
  • More than 200 events in 2022 will spark curiosity through interactive science experiments reaching nearly 50,000 students

Marathon Petroleum Helps Create New Learning Path for Low-Income Students in Salt Lake City


“Our assistance reflects MPC’s commitment to promote thriving communities and workforce development because it will help provide lessons for these children that could spark future interest in subjects and career fields they might never have explored.”

Students Share How Access to Digital Learning Tools Sets Them Up for Success

As the school year ends, students reflect on their time with Verizon Innovative Learning.

Mater Academy Bay sophomore Angelica Mesa used a 3D printer to create a model of a neuron.

As spring fever sets in and another school year comes to a close, we asked students at Mater Academy Bay Middle School and High School, a Verizon Innovative Learning school, to share what it’s really like to attend a school where connected tablets and innovative learning apps have replaced paper and pencil assignments in various subject electives.

Trane Technologies and Discovery Education Launch a New National STEM Education Initiative to Inspire Students to be Climate Innovators

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DAVIDSON, N.C. and SILVER SPRING, Md., May 16, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Today, Trane Technologies (NYSE: TT), a global climate innovator, and Discovery Education, a worldwide edtech leader, announce they have teamed up to launch a multimedia Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education experience for students in grades 5 to 10.

Asian American Pacific Islander Leadership Spotlight: Elena Zee, Arizona Council on Economic Education


In celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Common Impact is proud to highlight some of the impressive AAPI leaders we collaborate with and the ways that they foster equity and create opportunity in their local communities.

Benton Harbor High School Students Attend Whirlpool Corporation Welcome Event for New Mentoring Program

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33 students from Benton Harbor High School in Benton Harbor, Mich. attended a Whirlpool Corp. Welcome Event for our new mentoring program aimed at educating students about possible careers in both the technical and engineering fields. 

The event took place at our Benton Harbor Technical Center to provide students with an opportunity to visit and tour one of Whirlpool Corp's facilities which allowed them to interact with employees currently working in the field and seek guidance from their Whirlpool Corp. employee mentors.

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Lenovo Collaborates With Stella McCartney and Central Saint Martins to Champion the Future of Sustainable Fashion Design Through Technology

  • Lenovo and Stella McCartney will challenge MA Design students from Central Saint Martins to explore the relationship between fashion and technology during a live brief
  • One winner from the course will be offered an internship at Stella McCartney
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  • Lenovo and Stella McCartney will challenge MA Design students from Central Saint Martins to explore the relationship between fashion and technology during a live brief
  • One winner from the course will be offered an internship at Stella McCartney

How the Keysight Innovation Challenge Was a Pivotal Moment for This MIT Engineering Graduate

By SWE Blog and Renee Morad

In 2019, Gabriella Garcia, who at the time was an engineering student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a collegiate member of the Society of Women Engineers, took the stage alongside three teammates at the Keysight Innovation Challenge, a global engineering competition hosted by Keysight Technologies awarding top student teams up to $50,000, in New York City.

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Net Impact Announces 2021-2022 Chapter of the Year Winners

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May 12, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Net Impact announces the 2021-2022 Chapter of the Year Winners, an award given to one outstanding Chapter in each of the following chapter categories: Undergraduate, Graduate, International Student, Professional, and International Professional. This year’s distinctions were awarded to the Net Impact Chapters at the University of California, Berkeley (Undergraduate Chapter); University of California, Los Angeles - Anderson School of Management (Graduate Chapter); Delhi University; the Boston Professional Chapter; and the Bangkok Professional Chapter.


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