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Giving Back: Employee Volunteer Day 2012

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Nearly 500 Scripps Networks Interactive (SNI) employees wrapped up their week by spending the day giving back to their local communities.  Every year, SNI designates an Employee Volunteer Day to give employees the option to spend the day volunteering with a non-profit cause that speaks to them.

Three High School Girls Awarded Scholarships to D.C. Political Summit

PG&E and the nonprofit Running Start have awarded scholarships to three San Francisco Bay Area high school girls to attend a political summit for young women in Washington, D.C., this weekend
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PG&E and the nonprofit Running Start have awarded scholarships to three San Francisco Bay Area high school girls to attend a political summit for young women in Washington, D.C., this weekend.

The scholarship winners will join 300 young women, ages 14 to 35, from around the country for the organization’s Young Women’s Political Summit from July 12-14. The summit is an opportunity for attendees to hone their leadership skills and strengthen their connections in the political world.

LEED®-EB Gold Certification is Awarded to Metropolitan Square

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Washington, DC, January 24, 2013 /3BL Media/ The Metropolitan Square office building located at 655 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC, has earned LEED-EB Gold Certification.  Metropolitan Square Phase One was built in 1982 followed by Phase Two in 1985 and is managed by Boston Properties. It is jointly owned by Boston Properties and an institutional client advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management. 

Science is a Blast in DC

GSK's Free Summer Classes Make Science Fun for Kids
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By Jen, GSK Communications
 

Ernst & Young Staffers Get Dirty, Entertain Kids at Annual Day of Service

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On September 23, 600 EY people in the Washingon, DC area volunteered as part of EY Connect Day. This article originally appeared on WashingtonPost.com.

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On September 23, 600 EY people in the Washingon, DC area volunteered as part of EY Connect Day. This article originally appeared on WashingtonPost.com.

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