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Wall-to-Wall Entertainment


The CLP E-Playground is a fun and inspiring education platform for young people and members of the public to learn about energy, engineering, and environmental conservation. One of its most prominent installations among a number of interactive games and facilities is the Feature Wall.

Making Playtime Electrifying


Electricity drives modern society. However, it’s so embedded into our everyday lives that young people often take electricity for granted and pay no attention to the science behind power generation.

Learning about electricity doesn’t have to be boring. Imagine if there was a fun and insightful way to find out about the power journey – from generation to transmission, distribution, and use of electricity…

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Providing a Firm Foundation for Our Youth

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Sanofi Pasteur knows that investing in the youngest of all will pay great dividends back to the community. One example is the company’s support of Pocono Services for Families and Children’s scholarship program, which will provide funding for local children graduating high school previously enrolled in Monroe County Head Start. This scholarship was created in honor of recently retired Sanofi Pasteur U.S. President Damian Braga, underscoring his commitment to Head Start and the community.

FOX and EMPIRE to Build Free Music Studios for Youth Across the U.S.


As FOX prepares for the September 23 premiere of Empire's second season, the network is partnering with the nonprofit Notes for Notes for a new initiative entitled "FOX PRESENTS EMPIRE Behind the Beat." The campaign will raise money to build fully equipped music studios across the country for young people to have free access to instruments and audio equipment, as well as professional mentors to help them hone their talent. The program will inspire the next generation to create its own musical voice.

Ailes Apprentice Program Awards $10,000 Scholarships to College Seniors


As part of its mission to promote diversity in the broadcast journalism industry, the Fox News Ailes Apprentice Program has named Alexander Pineda, a senior journalism student at Hofstra University, and Clayshawn Marie Moore, a senior journalism student at Saint Augustine University, as the recipients of the 2014-15 Ailes Rising Apprentice Scholarship.

Adobe Foundation Announces Winners of the Third Annual Adobe Youth Voices Awards

Teens From 50 Countries Use Digital Media to Express Views on Social Issues
Press Release

SAN JOSE, CA, June 23, 2014 /3BL Media/ — The Adobe Foundation today announced the winners of the third annual Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Awards, a global, online competition inviting students ages 13-19 to use digital media to express their vision for driving positive change in their communities. A record 2,400 students from 50 countries submitted projects this year on social issues including: bullying, body image, and climate change. First and second place winners were chosen by a luminary panel of judges, while Audience Award winners were determined by 200,000 votes cast online.

Recyclebank Funds 29 Eco Projects with Green Schools Program

Philadelphia school wins most innovative project, is awarded a year’s supply of paper from Domtar in a ceremony today
Press Release

NEW YORK CITY and PHILADELPHIA, May 14, 2014 /3BL Media/ — Recyclebank®, the company that inspires and rewards smarter, everyday choices for a more sustainable future, today announced that through this year’s Recyclebank Green Schools Program,  it will fund environmental projects at 29 schools across the country.

Vigilant Global and LaSalle Students Take FIRST Robot to Oshawa


The construction period for the international FIRST Robotics competition came to an end on Tuesday, February 18th. For the students of team 3985 (LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School) and their Vigilant Global mentors, the construction of the robot went on right down to the wire. The mentors’ eleventh hour purchases at Canadian Tire and Reno-Depot and endless supply of local pizza helped the team power through; letting the students finish their bot with two minutes to spare on the deadline.

More than Murals


This article was originally published in the Winter 2014 RSF Quarterly.

by Megan Mendenhall

Students From Two New Jersey High School Mentored By Top Lawyers From Verizon

4th Annual Program Hosted By Verizon With Street Law To Educate Students About A Career in the Legal Field
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May 10, 2013 /3BL Media/ - As part of its award-winning pro bono program, Verizon’s legal department recently hosted its fourth annual Street Law event at its Basking Ridge headquarters on April 29. Students from Franklin High School and New Brunswick High School spent the day learning about a career in the legal field from some of Verizon’s top legal professionals.


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