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Finding our Edge through at-home educational tools. Plus, a prom-related Good mailbox challenge.
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More ways to learn
When it comes to our work today, promoting a culture of learning has never been more important. It’s why our development programs have been retooled to give you the skills you need right now.
Check out the new podcast series Leadership Edge Radio where you’ll find fresh perspectives on elevating the way we do business. On the first episode, Christy Pambianchi and Joe Russo share how data-based decisions helped Verizon quickly respond to the current situation.
You'll find this and all Leadership Edge Radio and podcasts on VZWeb, or on the Inside Verizon app, under Podcasts.
In addition, the popular My Edge video series returns with an episode about challenging the status quo and how a moment of rapid change is the perfect time to unlock new ways to thrive.
Don’t forget that you also have access to Learning Portal 2.0 on VZWeb. There, you’ll find lessons on how to master remote learning, wellness tips, and a new Get Certified section that provides support for professional and technical certifications.
Here’s the ultimate way the company can learn from you: Look for a new VZPulse survey coming out this week. Take the time to let your voice be heard.
Free digital access to NYTimes.com for all high school students
Verizon and The New York Times recently launched a new program offering free digital access to The New York Times to every high school in America. This includes access to The Times’s Learning Network.
You can get all of the information on how to sign up here.
It’s heartbreaking that so many students are missing their proms this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have some spring dance-related fun.
Send us your prom-related photos, either yours or your kids. Maybe a dress you picked out, a prom-posal idea, a throwback prom photo along with your attempt to recreate it. It’s all good, which is why you can send them all to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can’t wait to hear all of your prom stories past and present!