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Children’s Book Series Inspires Lifelong Learning

Experienced educator Molly Nero has created a series of stories to get children excited about learning. Houston, TX (USA), Monday – November 21, 2011 – Experienced educator Molly Nero has created a series of stories to get children excited about learning. “Learning is not just for school, it’s for life,” says Nero, author of Smarty Pig, soon to be released ... Read More »

Proud Business Educator Offers Tried and True Tips to Help Others Succeed

Professional business manager Douglas Bartley continues to educate another generation of leaders with his new book A How-To Manual on Human Resource Problems. Houston, TX (USA), Monday – November 21, 2011 – Professional business manager Douglas Bartley continues to educate another generation of leaders with his new book A How-To Manual on Human Resource Problems. A retired University of Texas ... Read More »

CARDEN COUNTRY FAIR

  Carden Academy of Mission Viejo invites the community to come and enjoy a day of good old fashioned family fun at its annual Carden Country Fair and Second Harvest OC Canned Food Drive.  Entrance to the event is free and open to the public.  Guests who bring 3 canned goods to donate will receive 5 free booth tickets!   ... Read More »

Master Gardeners Visit Mission Viejo K-8 School

  Mission Viejo, CA (October 20, 2011)–Did you know that vegetables grown in contaminated soil can be unhealthy to eat? Do you even know what kind of soil you have? Students at Carden Academy in Mission Viejo were treated to a special presentation on soil basics by Master Gardeners Joanne Byrd and Ingrid Cebula on Thursday, October 20, 2011. The ... Read More »

Crestron Hosts Informational Tours and Training Courses for Students During AV Week

Rockleigh, NJ, October 7, 2011 – Class is in session at Crestron. In conjunction with AV Week (October 16-22, 2011), Crestron is hosting daily tours of its state-of-the-art Experience Center in Rockleigh, NJ. The emphasis is on educating local high school and college students about the AV industry, Crestron and career opportunities in the field. Students will have the opportunity ... Read More »

For College Students, Avoiding the Freshman 15 Is a Lesson Worth Learning

Everyone’s heard of the “Freshman 15,” and even when students are trying to eat well, it can be a challenge when time-intensive studies-and a thriving social life-translate into less-than-ideal food choices. New York, NY – September 29, 2011 — If you polled students at any college or university, chances are one of their top complaints would be connected to diet. ... Read More »

Mission Viejo ‘s Wesley Cooper Earns Eagle Scout Award

  Mission Viejo, CA (September 15, 2011)– Wesley Cooper, 17, Mission Viejo, CA has earned the highest advancement award the Boy Scouts of America offers to Scouts, the Eagle Scout Award. A member of Troop 634 in Lake Forest, Cooper is one of approximately 4 percent of all Boy Scouts who attain the Eagle rank, according to Scoutmaster Steve Nightingale. ... Read More »

Students in Cardiff are Most Money Savvy, says Study

A new study from the UK’s leading discount website has found that university students in Cardiff are the most adept at finding money-saving deals, despite fears from three-quarters of students that their loan payments won’t cover their living costs. With university tuition fees set to rise to as much as £9,000 per year from the 2012/2013 academic year, combined with ... Read More »

Tucson’s Brilliance Project Event Teaches Kids How To Eat Healthy At Richardson Elementary School

Healthy kids make better choices, ultimately improving society. But who's actually making this happen? Tucson's Richardson Elementary and The Brilliance Project are, with an interactive experience celebrating health and wellness through music. Tucson, AZ – September 13, 2011 (PR Solutions) — Richardson Elementary School in Tucson is hosting members of the Brilliance Project, Scott "Fireman" Robb and Eric Thompson, for ... Read More »

Odebrecht & Braskem Bring Sustainable Award to U.S. University Students

The Odebrecht Award for Sustainable Development Rewards Future Leaders in Engineering and Chemistry. CORAL GABLES, Fla. – (September 12, 2011) — The Odebrecht Organization is introducing its award for sustainable development to American universities through two of its subsidiaries – Odebrecht USA, the North American division of a global leader in engineering and construction services, and Braskem, the largest manufacturer ... Read More »