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App features include Expect Me, which enables students walking alone to time themselves home to let a friend know when they arrive safely, and Angel Drink, which offers a discreet way for students to notify a bartender or wait staff that they may need help. READ MORE
On Sept. 8, 61 City Year AmeriCorps members pledged to support more than 4,000 students this year at the Opening Day Ceremony for City Year New Hampshire, an organization dedicated to helping students and schools succeed.
The U.S. Dept. of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 51 percent increase in the need for medical coders during the next five years. In addition to medical reimbursement, coding is used for planning and research, to track diseases and by hospital administrators to determine if facilities are used effectively. READ MORE
The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, sponsored by Prudential Financial in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), was created in 1995 to recognize the exemplary volunteer work of middle level and high school students. READ MORE
Phase one of the initiative, a $10-million-dollar effort to bring SNHU’s online, competency-based bachelor’s and associate degrees to refugees and others affected by displacement, was made possible by a group of anonymous donors.
This year, 100 percent of principals reported that City Year AmeriCorps members serve as positive role models, and 93 percent also believe City Year’s presence has a great deal of positive impact on the overall school climate. READ MORE