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Forbes’ “30 Under 30” Meets the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge

This week, Forbes unveiled their eagerly anticipated “30 Under 30 2022.” As always, the roundup presents an array for formidable talent. 

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Launched: Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2022

For the sixth consecutive year, Cisco has launched its Global Problem Solver Challenge — powered by Skild.

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Grow-NY Announces Winners

Skild is thrilled to announce that the 2021 Grow-NY challenge has revealed its winners.

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Inaugural Catalyze Challenge Announces Winners!

In an effort to catapult students into meaningful careers and level the playing field for all students, the Catalyze Challenge awarded over $4M in grants to accelerate bold career-connected learning solutions that help young people better access economic opportunity after leaving school. 

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The Collegiate Inventors Competition Announces Its Winners!

For more than 30 years, The Collegiate Inventors Competition has awarded more than $1 million to students nationwide, while taking participants’ inventions to the next level through networking, marketing exposure, mentorship, and more.

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Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Announces Winners!

For the fifth year, Harbor Freight has announced the 18 winners of their $1 million Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence — and once again, Skild is proud to be their partner.

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GENIUS NY Winners!

For the fifth consecutive year, Skild has partnered with GENIUS NY, the world’s largest accelerator program for unmanned systems, IoT, and big data. The program is funded by Empire State Development and administered at CenterState CEO’s Tech Garden incubator in Syracuse, New York. Five finalists are selected for the year-long program and receive $3M in funding.

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And the SyncUp Colorado Challenge Winners Are . . . !

Creating viable, affordable, alternative pathways to high-quality careers, the SyncUp Colorado Challenge has announced its winners.

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“The Great Resignation” or the War for Engagement?

For years now, organizations have devised numerous methods of retaining employees while keeping them at the office — from free lunches to arcade games to beer on tap, typically in a common area that looks like a whole lot of fun to hang out in. But according to Axios, it’s actually engagement — as opposed to perks and even pay — that keeps the best and brightest from leaving their jobs. And this...

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