Bank of America Las Vegas president Al Welch hand-delivered 15 grants totaling $192,000 to Southern Nevada nonprofits that provide workforce development and educational opportunities to help local residents succeed in today’s evolving workforce.
Congressional auditors’ latest update on the KC-46A might tempt one to think, “Hey — here’s a Pentagon procurement that works.”
“Nevada’s path of recovery in the past few years has been nothing short of remarkable,” says Jeremy Aguero, principal of Applied Analysis and co-author of a report on Corporate Philanthropy in Nevada 2015.
Las Vegas is a top-five city for growth in the number of women entrepreneurs, according to a recent report by the National Women’s Business Council.
As an institution, UNLV is committed to providing teachable moments. But we’ve got to wonder if the athletic department is really on board with the concept after its public face-plant while trying to hire a basketball coach.
Momenti Spirited Ice Creams has brought a first to Las Vegas and the U.S. by building a specialty manufacturing plant in the city to create spirit-infused ice creams and sorbets.
Jobs For Nevada’s Graduates, a multi-year program that’s designed to increase high school graduation rates, will head to four high schools in North Las Vegas. The schools include Canyon Springs, Cheyenne, Mojave and Legacy, which are all rated two stars in the Nevada Performance Network.
Donald Trump’s campaign has supplied a windfall to cable “news” networks and peddlers of jingoistic tchotchkes. But the billionaire’s run for the GOP presidential nomination has benefited an unlikely group: left-wing economic populists.
Boys Town Nevada will receive $5 million from the Engelstad Foundation to help expand its school-based initiative. Boys Town Nevada works with four local schools, helping students who are struggling with academic issues, poor attendance and disruptive class behavior that occur as a result of a chaotic home environment.