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Henkel North America Announces New DEI Scholarship and Internship Programs

Programs will provide access to quality education and job opportunities for over 50 students in underrepresented communities across the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico
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ROCKY HILL, Conn., March 4, 2021  /3BL Media/ - Henkel, the company behind well-known brands such as Loctite®, Dial®, Right Guard®, Schwarzkopf®, and Persil®, has announced new scholarship and internship programs in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) across Henkel businesses.

Hershey Invests $1.5 Million In The Thurgood Marshall College Fund

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HERSHEY, Pa., Dec. 7, 2020 /3BL Media/ -- The Hershey Company (NYSE: HSY) today announced it will invest $1.5 million in the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) to establish a scholarship endowment, with the goal to increase that to $3 million over the next ten years.  The endowment will be used for students pursuing degrees in food science in TMCF-member-schools, which include public colleges that provide advanced education for underrepresented populations.  

International Paper Funds New Forestry Research at Four Universities


The role of academic research in forestry is essential to ensuring the sustainability of forests. Advancements in research can help land owners make sustainable forest management decisions; it plays an increasingly important role in how forest land owners manage their land, both as a natural climate solution and for their livelihoods. International Paper recognizes the important role of this research and has taken action by offering $500,000 in academic research grants since 2019.

Introducing the Subaru University Scholarship for Automotive Excellence


If Subaru is known for one thing outside of producing rugged, reliable, family-friendly vehicles, it’s using its position as an industry leader for philanthropic purposes. This year alone, different branches of the Subaru Love Promise have sponsored and hosted events centered around cleaning up communities, finding homes for frequently ignored pets, and even donated 50 million meals to food shelters across the country.

Logitech Amplifies the Voices Transforming Education

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Logitech’s Defy Logic global brand campaign showcases creators, artists, and activists defying expectations and pushing boundaries. As a brand that celebrates innovation and great ideas, Logitech inspires a new generation of creators, makers, and doers who are ready to do great things and defy logic.

A Safer and Greener Campus for Students



The project in ZJG applied ECOGROUND™ technologies from the Dow Construction Chemicals business to the running track, basketball and badminton court in Baiyun School, and a waterborne based coating from the Dow Coating Materials business to the exterior wall of Zhongxing School.

Supporting Future Lawyers To Tackle Racism in Canada


By Fabian Dawson

In a Canadian first, one of the country’s largest banks has announced a scholarship program to increase the number of students pursuing a career in the legal profession with the intent to become advocates for anti-racism.

Rockwell Automation's Aaliyah Brown

Rockwell Automation Celebrates Engineers Week

By the time Aaliyah Brown was 10 years old, she knew she wanted to be an engineer. She saw engineers described as people who can make things work and make things better, and she was hooked.

“I really liked the idea of potentially having influence over multiple things,” Brown shared in an interview with Phenomenal Women Magazine. “What made me stick with it as I learned more was my passion to improve the world around us.”

P&G Helps Address Education's Digital Divide

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The Take On Race coalition of leading companies will help eliminate inequities by providing access and advancement for people of color.

Our partnership One Million Connected Devices Now is one way we’re stepping forward to #LeadWithLove.


New Lessons for Remote Education

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Students and teachers were forced to adapt to online learning this past year. The pivot gave them a chance to rethink how we teach - and how we learn.

Education was one of the pandemic’s first casualties. When schools closed overnight, students and teachers switched to virtual classrooms—a massive social experiment that hasn’t been easy on anyone. But it also revealed opportunities to rethink the ways in which we teach and what is most valuable in education.


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