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Partnering with STRIVE for these offsetting and tree planting programs in our backyard lessens our impact on the environment and creates a lasting legacy in the Santa Fe National Forest," says Paul Smith, executive director for the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta.
DE) has said that it has entered into a partnership with Strive for College (Strive), a not-for-profit organisation working towards improving access to higher education in the United States.
Department of Labor-funded program called STRIVE for the Future, Second Chance will initiate a three phase training course to give these youth a fresh start.
Taking a Chasidic approach that emphasizes the mystical-spiritual aspects of the goals an individual should strive for, Overcoming Folly guides the reader in means to overcome stumbling blocks to enlightenment.
I didn't say national champions, but that's what you strive for.
I strive for a high level of student engagement in classroom guidance lessons with the use of PowerPoint presentations and the Internet.
This book argues that there are a number of ways in which white bonding is communicated and elevated, challenging the notion that people of color are obsessed with race while whites strive for a "colorblind" society.
Strive for something beyond basic service: strive for delightful service
Nevertheless, they must constantly strive for perfection and be held accountable to the appropriate extent when they miss the mark.
Hosted by Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) in recognition of the best work by graphic designers and creatives in the fields of packaging, point-of-sale and visual merchandising, the award was presented to Strive for its innovative work in developing its S'Mores display for Kraft Foods.
13, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Otoe-Missouria Tribe announced today that it is partnering with Strive for College to sponsor a pilot program that helps tribal high school students gain access to college.
Through an organization he called PUSH, Jackson extolled black children to study hard and strive for excellence.