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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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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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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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The Catalyze Challenge

The Catalyze Challenge offers grants of up to $500,000 to design, pilot, and expand innovative solutions that support students in accessing economic opportunity through career-integrated learning.

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Challenges Create Access

What if, at the start of their kindergarten education, you were told that your child’s math score was 21% lower than other students’?

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The SyncUp Colorado Challenge Has Launched!

Skild is proud to announce the launch of the SyncUp Colorado Challenge, a $5 million program designed to provide Colorado’s young people with viable, affordable, alternative pathways to high-quality careers.

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$1 Million 2020 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence

“We believe that skilled trades teachers are heroes who don’t often get the recognition that they deserve,” says Tae Kang, Program Manager of Harbor Freight Tools for Schools — a philanthropic initiative that honors the nation’s most innovative among them. “This program shines a light on their work and their character, not just in their school buildings, but also in their communities.”

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College Persistence Challenge Winner Announced

The goal of the SEO College Persistence Challenge was to find new and creative solutions to some of the biggest barriers to graduating from college in four years: mental health, community, and financial aid. The challenge required applicants to develop solutions to reflect the gaps and needs of first generation, low income, high potential students.

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