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In June of 2014, the largest public university in the country and the largest coffee brand in the world announced a first-of-its-kind partnership designed to expand access to higher education. Through the Starbucks College Achievement Plan, Starbucks employees (known as partners) in the United States who work as little as 20 hours per week can finish a bachelor's degree with full tuition reimbursement through any of Arizona State University's more than 50 online undergraduate degree programs. There is no obligation for partners to stay at Starbucks after they graduate from ASU.
Arizona State University's technological support for the Starbucks CAP has won the Digital Edge award for one of the 25 best digital initatives in the nation by IDG Enterprise! To read more, check out this ASU Now Article.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month Approaches, Internet Users Are Reminded Why Being Cyber Smart is Critical to Our Lives
It is just two weeks until National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) on October 1, and the stage is set for a massive global effort to impact millions of Internet users on the importance of online safety and security. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Cyber Security Alliance founded and now lead NCSAM. All digital citizens – from consumers and small- and medium-sized businesses to multinationals, educational institutions and nonprofits – will be encouraged to increase their awareness about safe Internet use.