Philanthropy

Lexmark Picks Kentucky Teacher for STEM Award

Lexmark International Inc. has awarded a math teacher from Paris, Ky., with $1,000 to promote science, technology, engineering and math education at her school. Bethany Neel from the Cane Ridge Elementary School was presented with the INSPIRE: Lexmark’s Teaching Award at an event at the elementary school, Lexmark announced Monday. …

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Nazzic Keene of SAIC Elected to Wolf Trap Board, Continues SAIC Exec Presence Leading Organizations

Keene will assist in the foundation’s goal to serve as the “National Park for the Performing Arts” for local and national performing arts communities, SAIC announced Monday. She said the foundation serves the “artistic pursuits” of the arts community both locally and internationally.  Keene is responsible for SAIC’s customer relations, …

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Eric Spiegel: Siemens to Connect Cincinnati Tech School Students with Manufacturing Software

Siemens has awarded a $66.8 million software grant to Cincinnati State Technical and Community College for access to the company’s product lifecycle management softwar The college’s Center for Innovative Technologies will use the in-kind software donation for its mechanical engineering and industrial design programs, Siemens announced Wednesday. “Manufacturing is the …

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Raytheon Celebrates National Engineers Week with Student Focus; William Swanson Comments

Raytheon Co. is celebrating National Engineers Week with a line-up of programs geared towards helping students enjoy science, technology, engineering and math. The programs for the week support the company’s MathMovesU education program for students and faculty members across the country, Raytheon announced Monday. Some of the programs include live …

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ZipRealty, Army Team Aims to Help Vets Find Realtor Jobs

ZipRealty will work with the U.S. Army to help veterans find jobs as real estate agents through guaranteed job interviews that could lead to possible employment. The Partnership for Youth Success program is comprised of 500 companies and public sector organizations in the real estate industry, ZipRealty announced Tuesday. “Whether just …

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Two University Teams Win Accenture-Hosted Nonprofit Consulting Contest; Marty Rodgers Comments

Accenture has picked two student teams from the University of Michigan and University of Pennsylvania as winners of the company’s management consulting and innovation contest. The contest challenged students to create digital tools and strategies for helping nonprofit organizations provide social services and improve the quality of life of youth and …

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Accenture Presents Goodwill With $1.5M Grant for Skills-Building Program; Michael Scimo Comments

Accenture has donated $1.5 million to Goodwill Industries International to help fund a new initiative meant to train people to start businesses or to get jobs. The GoodProspects for Credentials to Careers program aims to provide services for career-readiness including help with job searches, technology access, assistance with resume refinement …

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Turner Construction Launches YouthForce 2020 Program

Turner Construction Co. is launching an $8,000 college scholarship and internship program for high schools students studying electrical, civil, environmental, mechanical engineering, sustainability, construction management and architecture. Eligible students must have school and community activities, have a score of 1600 combined SAT scores and complete a written essay, according to …

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