The L.A. teachers union has elected the first woman of color, Cecily Myart-Cruz, to lead the organization, part of a familiar and experienced team that will include Continue reading Cecily Myart-Cruz becomes 1st woman of color to lead L.A. teachers union
A Music Student with Financial Hardship Will Receive a Four-Year Scholarship, Worth up to $200,000 USD Toward a Bachelor’s Degree at Berklee College of Music in Boston Continue reading Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation Announces the Julio Iglesias Scholarship
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar — NBA Hall of Famer, best-selling author, renowned columnist, historian, philanthropist— is laser-focused on underprivileged kids.
The key to empowering them?
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Working alongside industry experts provides university interns with a comprehensive and elaborate spectrum of experience, which can help them secure employment in the future. Continue reading Getting a Taste of Real Life
To help drive awareness of cyberbullying during “National Bullying Prevention Month,” Google is teaming up with with two non-profits to help teach kids how to spread kindness and positivity online. Continue reading National Bullying Prevention Month Classroom Rewards Be Internet Awesome
As the one year anniversary of Hurricane Michael hitting the Panama City Beach area approaches, WonderWorks is offering a special for local residents. Continue reading WonderWorks Panama City Beach to Offer $10 Days for Hurricane Michael Anniversary
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We all want good paying jobs, job security, and the chance to make a better life for ourselves and our families. For many adults, that may mean going back to school to learn new skills or even to get a degree. Continue reading 5 Reasons to Go Back to School This Year (and how to do it)