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Coca-Cola and Steve Harvey Partner to Motivate Moms and Teens through the New Coca-Cola Pay It Forward Academy

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Coca-Cola’s Pay It Forward Scholarship Program, sponsored by the Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation, is now taking applications until March 31, 2015! The Coca-Cola Pay It Forward program returns with a stronger focus on African American moms and their impact on the academic success of their teens. Building on the initiative’s accomplishments, the 2015 program will offer up to 20 winners each a $5,000 scholarship and an invitation to the all-new Coca-Cola Pay It Forward Academy.

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Accenture Announces ‘Innovation Challenge’ Student Winners


University Teams Leverage Technology to Help Nonprofit Organizations Solve Challenges Student teams from Cornell University and Georgetown University have been named winners of the 2015 Accenture  U.S. Innovation Challenge. The annual competition, launched in 2012, gives students an opportunity to develop solutions for challenges faced by nonprofit organizations. The winning teams are then paired with Accenture management consultants who work with the students on a pro-bono basis to implement their ideas. This year, the program will help nonprofit organizations Ashoka and World Vision International meet their growth and development goals.

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Adecco Group North America Launches CEO Internship Experience

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Program Will Offer One Month Internship Alongside Chief Executive Officer Bob Crouch What does it take to be a CEO? There’s only one way to find out! Adecco Group North America, part of the world’s leading provider of human resource solutions, is offering one individual the internship of a lifetime alongside Bob Crouch, CEO of Adecco Group North America, this summer.

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Engineering Majors Top Employer Salary Projections for Class of 2015

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Engineering majors are projected to be the top-paid bachelor’s degree graduates from the Class of 2015, according to a new report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Employers responding to NACE’s January 2015 Salary Survey projected starting salaries for engineering graduates overall that average $62,998. (See Figure 1.) Within the reported engineering disciplines, petroleum engineering majors are likely to earn the highest salaries with an anticipated average salary of $80,600.

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Life Happens Seeks Applications for 2015 Life Lessons Scholarship


Non-Profit Will Award an Unprecedented $225,000 to 28 Students Life Happens, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating Americans about the importance of life insurance, is now accepting applications for its annual Life Lessons Scholarship Program. The scholarship, now in its 11th year, provides financial assistance to students who are persevering through the hardship of pursuing a higher education following the death of a parent or legal guardian who did not have life insurance.

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Students Applaud Newly-Proposed Federal College Rating System


New Survey Indicates Students Want Their Voices Heard The Student Hub, today announced the results of a new poll of high school and college students that asked for opinions and attitudes towards the Department of Education’s proposed Federal College Ratings system. A majority of students see value in a new rating scheme, with 51% of high school students indicating they would use it as a resource. However, the proposal does not include a student satisfaction metric that would give prospective students insight from current students and alumni. When asked what criteria students use or would use in making their enrollment decision, nearly 80% of high school and 70% of college students ranked this metric as being relevant, with nearly 60% of all students ranking the criteria as “very important” to their decision.

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Chegg And Ed Sheeran Partner To Bring #EdOnCampus This Spring!


Chegg, the Student Hub, today launched a social media contest to determine which American college or high school campus will have the opportunity to host Ed Sheeran for a one-of-a-kind, once-in-a-lifetime experience. “Ed is excited to share his love for music, learning, and the creative process with a select group of students,” said Louis Messina, Founder of The Messina Group. “Through Chegg’s network of 15 million high school and college students, this is a unique opportunity to connect, beyond the music, with a worldwide superstar who loves to engage his fans in new and innovative ways.”

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