Jerome Williams, National Basketball Retired Players Association Chapter Members, the Fathers and Men of Professional Basketball Players, and EVERFI, Inc., launched the 306 – African-American HistoryTM program, an interactive, web-based African-American history course designed to build shared values and inspire today’s youth to become tomorrow’s leaders.
Why is STEM so important? During the next five years, major American companies will need to add nearly 1.6 million employees. Of those, 945,000 will need at least basic STEM literacy and 635,000 will need advanced STEM knowledge.
Kids are being exposed to opioids and other prescription drugs at younger and younger ages. What can we do to keep them safe? What kind of curriculum is necessary?
We all play a role in addressing our nation’s prescription drug abuse crisis. Making a difference can be as easy as cleaning out your medicine cabinet.
EVERFI course data indicates that students at larger schools and those enrolled at small schools are more similar than different went it comes to sexual assault and interpersonal violence. But, what does that mean for smaller schools that, in many circumstances, have fewer resources and just as many obstacles as their larger counterparts?
How are industry partners responding to the White House Opioid Commission’s call for “evidence-based prevention programs in schools” by exploring digital tools?
Corporate compliance is quickly shifting into the spotlight for companies throughout the nation, and for good reason. With movements such as #MeToo gaining momentum and attention, companies are now facing increased expectations and unprecedented accountability around the scope, quality, and impact of their training.
April was Alcohol Awareness Month. According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), the observance was established back in 1987 to encourage communities to focus on alcohol-related issues, increase awareness and understanding, and reduce the stigma associated with alcoholism.