Inside Housing – Insight – The pandemic and mental health: what are the next steps for building a wellness strategy?

Inside Housing - Insight - The pandemic and mental health: what are the next steps for building a wellness strategy?

Sponsored by HomeLINK A discussion hosted by Inside Housing, in association with HomeLINK, explores the lessons learned over the past year and how they should guide wellness strategies moving forward. Illustration by Neil Webb Sharelines Research by @MindCharity found 1 in 3 social housing residents experience mental health issues. An @InsideHousing roundtable explores the lessons learned … Read more

Education Investors’ Latest Fund Will Deploy $180M to Building Apprenticeships in High-Demand Fields

NEW YORK, June 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Pioneering education investors Ryan Craig and Daniel Pianko today announced the close of a new $180 million fund dedicated to creating faster pathways to good jobs. Achieve Partners’ first-of-its-kind fund will focus exclusively on investing in businesses that are positioned to boost economic mobility via next-gen apprenticeship programs in … Read more

MegaBabe founder Katie Sturino talks finding body acceptance, building her brand

MegaBabe founder Katie Sturino talks finding body acceptance, building her brand

We are all works in progress; even the successful women you see owning it on Instagram faced stumbling blocks along the way and continue to work hard to stay at the top of their game. In this series, we’re sitting down with the people that inspire us to find out: How’d they do it? And … Read more

Mercy Health St. Rita’s Graduate Education building opens | News

There was a ceremony outside of the new education building in Lima this morning, marking its official opening.  Residents, staff and local representatives gathered at the front steps of the new Mercy Health St. Rita’s Graduate Education building. After the blessing and official ribbon cutting, a sea of white coats stepped inside to see where … Read more

Watkins Insurance Building / Wang Architects

Watkins Insurance Building / Wang Architects, © Leonid Furmansky

Watkins Insurance Building / Wang Architects © Leonid Furmansky + 30 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/963515/watkins-insurance-building-wang-architects © Leonid Furmansky Text description provided by the architects. As urbanists, we understand that the spaces surrounding are just as important as the buildings themselves. In this process, we successfully created opportunities for this city … Read more

West Ottawa educator retires from building where her education began

Julie Diekema celebrates her retirement after 23-plus years with West Ottawa Public Schools.

HOLLAND TWP. — Fifty years after entering the school as a kindergartener, Julie Diekema left West Ottawa’s Pine Creek Elementary as a retiree at the end of the school year.  Diekema, a special education assistant in the school’s preschool program, was able to finish her educational career right where it all started in September 1971.  … Read more

Building a Sustainable Fashion and Lifestyle Brand

Elyse Kaye Grit Daily

The fashion industry is the second largest consumer of the world’s water supply and emits 10 percent of all carbon emissions. According to the WWF, the industry emits 1.7 billion tons of CO2 annually contributing to global warming, pollution and extremely high volumes of water used for growing raw materials, not to mention toxic chemicals … Read more

How brands are building content driven strategies

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It is well-established that content is the king of the digital world. Today, any brand that wishes to dominate on social media platforms with marketing, needs to make its content mainstream. Content-driven marketing is surely tough when it comes to bringing in consistent traffic, but again, traffic without a proper conversation is a waste. Especially … Read more

Jason Glass: Taking the next steps on the way to building a stronger education system in Kentucky

Jason Glass: Taking the next steps on the way to building a stronger education system in Kentucky

By now, you’ve hopefully heard about the Commissioner’s Virtual Listening Tour. For more than a month, I led a series of virtual town halls in conjunction with the education cooperatives and the University of Kentucky’s College of Education to hear directly from parents, students, educators and community members about what is and isn’t working in … Read more