How DisasterReady.org Helped Build a Learning Program for Aid Workers in Syria
Nearly seven years since the crisis began, over 13.5 million women, men and children are still in need of humanitarian assistance inside Syria. (Relief Web)
This Non-Profit Is Uncovering the Hidden Talent Pool of Immigrants
Immigrants coming to the United States today hold more degrees than ever before—a seemingly fortuitous trend as the U.S. experiences a growing demand for highly skilled workers. Yet their talent is largely overlooked.
Bookmarked: Get to Know Julie Brandt, Executive Director of the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation
Editor's Note: This post is part of our "Bookmarked" series, where we ask some of our favorite HR experts, analysts and business professionals to answer questions about their career, life and aspirations for the future. Be sure to bookmark it for next month!
Transform the way people help people
As the Executive Director of the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, September 5 is an incredibly meaningful day for me and so many others across the globe. If you didn’t know, the fifth is International Day of Charity. Established by the UN, this day brings attention to the immeasurable impact of great charity works from people and organizations alike. It highlights the true power of giving back and encouraging others to invest in improving the lives of others.
Sylvan Learning and Cornerstone Address K-12 Learning Loss with Virtual Tutoring
If anything was clear from 2020, innovation and adaptability are the foundations of a sustainable and thriving community. While I am relieved to know COVID-19 vaccinations are underway, the long-term effects of this pandemic are still unknown. How will global health be managed moving forward? When will our economy recover from closures and unemployment? And, one area I’m particularly concerned about, when will all children return to in-person learning, and how will the cumulative hours spent learning at home impact their future?