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LVMH Institut des Métiers d’Excellence kicks off seventh school year: online ceremony underlines the Group’s commitment to vocational training and employability for young people

The LVMH Institut des Métiers d’Excellence (IME) launched its seventh school year on October 21. With an online format to respect current public health measures, the event celebrated apprentices, their tutors and members of the IME ecosystem, and welcomed a new class of talented young people who are beginning their courses this fall. The IME is a key component in

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The New York Public Library Acquires Arthur Miller’s Personal Study Library

In advance of what would have been Arthur Miller’s 105th birthday, the Library announces the acquisition of his personal library The New York Public Library has acquired by gift, and through the generosity of his family, Arthur Miller’s collection of his published plays, books, translations, anthologies, and other publications relating to his work in various editions, comprising 692 volumes in

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Academy Offers Two-Day Virtual Careers in Film Summit for High School and College Students

Panel discussions with Rick Baker, Tobin Bell, Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, John Carpenter, Annie Chang, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lora Hirschberg, Andrea Kalas, Shannon McIntosh, Gerard McMurray, Theresa Rygiel, Luis Sequeira, Terri Taylor and more on Oscars.org The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will present its 6th annual and first virtual Careers in Film Summit on Saturday, October 24 and Saturday,

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Apple and Gallaudet University foster innovation in education

This summer, Gallaudet University students and faculty received a special welcome kit. Inside, they found some essential Bison gear — the school’s mascot — including stickers, a notebook,  and a few powerful learning tools that would be essential for the remote fall semester. Every student and faculty member was equipped with a new iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Smart Keyboard

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The New York Public Library Urges Patrons to Read, Think, and Vote with the Release of Its 2020 Election Reading List, Offering Nearly 200 Recommendations for Adults, Kids, and Teens

Illuminating voting issues including healthcare, education, climate change, and foreign policy, the 2020 Election Reading List aims to help readers get informed before casting their votes The New York Public Library is continuing its commitment to making knowledge accessible to all with the release of its 2020 Election Reading List. As the nation prepares for Election Day on November 3, the Library’s expert librarians

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Tips for Landing a Job in The COVID-19 Era

(BPT) – The job hunt after college is exhilarating and emotional while at the same time stressful and exhausting. Adding a global pandemic into the mix threatens to upend the process for the nearly 4 million 2020 graduates. For recent graduates, the disruption to the hiring and internship experience has brought unexpected challenges and adversity, and tested their ability to

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The New York Public Library Unveils Its 125 Books We Love for Teens

The recommended titles represent the latest installment in a series of book lists celebrating the Library’s 125th anniversary and its role sparking a lifelong love of reading The New York Public Library today unveiled its 125 Books We Love for Teens, a list of young adult titles that its expert librarians believe will get the young (and the young heart) excited to turn

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