The nation's leading voice for afterschool, the Afterschool Alliance is the only organization dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of afterschool programs and advocating for more afterschool investments. The Afterschool Alliance works with the Administration, the U.S. Congress, governors, mayors and advocates across the country. Today the Afterschool Alliance boasts more than 25,000 afterschool program partners and its publications reach more than 65,000 interested individuals every month.
Staples Soul reflects our commitment to corporate responsibility. It's a holistic approach to business that recognizes the close connection between our financial success and our desire to make a positive impact on our associates, communities, and the planet by joining together the following areas: diversity, the environment, our community, and ethics. It's how we do business—that's Staples Soul.
Casio's corporate creed is "creativity and contribution." It expresses the company's commitment to contributing to society by offering the kind of original, useful products that only Casio can.
Products with innovative functions assist people in their daily lives and keep society moving forward. They also bring joy to people and help to create new culture. When even a single new product is widely adopted, whole new markets develop, and this in turn fosters growth in related industries. This is the story of Casio's contribution to society-innovative products enhancing people's lives.
At Philadelphia University, we are focused on innovation and on providing students with an academic experience that will give them a real competitive advantage. We are preparing students to be leaders at every level of their careers through our unique academic approach, Nexus Learning — active and collaborative learning that is connected to real world and infused with the liberal arts.
NASSP promotes excellence in middle level and high school leadership through research-based professional development, resources, and advocacy so that every student can be prepared for postsecondary learning opportunities and be workforce ready.
If you asked a group of people familiar with Michigan Tech to describe the University, you would receive a variety of responses. However, one constant in our history has been our ability to respond to the needs of students, changes in the academy, and developments in society as a whole. As a result, we have become a more-complex institution over time, which makes our need to communicate a consistent image to the world more important than ever before.
We dream big, just like you. But we don't take shortcuts. Our core beliefs – high ethical standards, respect for individuals, an appreciation for long-term relationships, a concern for the environment and a commitment to the communities we live in – are the same now as they were when TI was founded more than 80 years ago.
ESF Summer Camps
ESF (which stands for Education, Sports, and Fun) has been a pioneering force in summer day camps since its humble beginnings in 1982 by co-founders and brothers Michael and Bill Rouse. Since then, ESF has had a profound impact on children by Building Life Skills through a dynamic staff, high-quality programs, premier locations, time-honored traditions, and commitment to safety and FUN!
P21 is a national organization that advocates for 21st century readiness for every student. As the United States continues to compete in a global economy that demands innovation, P21 and its members provide tools and resources to help the U.S. education system keep up by fusing the 3Rs and 4Cs (critical thinking and problem solving, communication, collaboration and creativity and innovation). While leading districts and schools are already doing this, P21 advocates for local, state and federal policies that support this approach for every school.