QuinStreet, Inc., the leader in vertical media and marketing online, and a California-based Company, has responded to the current state budget crisis by offering a marketing scholarship to students of the University of California at Berkeley. The scholarship is a testament to QuinStreet’s belief that the need for well-trained marketing experts is essential for the [...]
Scholarship applications for the 2009 Glenn Miller Vocal and Instrumental Scholarships have been streaming in, representing 26 states and one foreign country.
Fifty-three instrumental and 43 vocal applications have been received from the states of Alabama, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, [...]
Leading healthy vending snack supplier YoNaturals, Inc. of San Diego recently announced the addition of new vending machine locations at schools in the Greater San Diego area.
Aviara Oaks and Calavera Middle Schools in Carlsbad, and Grace Lutheran Schools in Escondido have all entered into agreements with the rapidly expanding food and beverage marketer, providing students [...]
Enterasys Networks Inc., the Secure Networks Company(TM), announced that College of the Canyons has selected Enterasys to provide secure connectivity for more than 3,000 wired and wireless devices serving more than 24,000 students, faculty and staff across multiple campus buildings.
Located in Valencia, California, College of the Canyons was recently named the fastest-growing community college in [...]
In an effort to improve the quality of health communication and health journalism in Los Angeles and across the country, The California Endowment has awarded two major grants to programs directed by the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California.
The awards include a $3.5 million grant over three years to the USC [...]
Former United States Congressman Doug Ose has announced today his opposition to the University of California Board of Regents’ current proposal to lower admission standards for the UC system. The UC Board of Regents meets on November 18 at UC San Francisco and has indicated the possibility of a vote on the proposal at this [...]
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“Douglas Kmiec’s Can a Catholic Support Him? may very well become the most important comprehensive document written to date on American Catholics, abortion, and candidates for public office.” –Martin Sheen
On April 18, 2008, Douglas W. Kmiec was denied Communion at a Catholic Mass in Westlake, California. Ironically, Kmiec had been invited by [...]
City National Bank is now accepting applications from educators for grants to support literacy-based projects at elementary, middle and high schools in California, New York and Nevada.
The online application can be accessed by visiting http://www.readingisthewayup.org/literacy.asp. Any full-time teacher, librarian, administrator or school media specialist at a school in the county of New York, or in [...]
Federal Reserve Bank Official, California Legislative Leader Urge Los Angeles Area Business Leaders to Support Investment in Early Childhood Education
Citing the proven benefits of preschool education, an official from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the California Assembly’s Judiciary Committee Chairman urged Los Angeles area business leaders today to support efforts to expand access to Early Childhood Education throughout Los Angeles County.
Rob Grunewald, Associate Economist with the Federal Reserve Bank, and Assemblyman Dave [...]