“Students aren’t just seeing results…they’re creating them."
With the help of Youth Service America, these students are getting out of the classroom and into the community on Global Youth Service Day.
State Farm sponsors cruel and deadly Iditarod dog races. They need to stop. Why would you sponsor such horrible cruelty? And to think I have paid State Farm thousands of dollars in car and contents insurance, and even though a very long time client, they raised my rates for a minor $75.00 self reported incident for THREE YEARS. No conscience and poor customer service!
Good neighbor, huh? Not so much. I was just rejected for a small term life insurance policy because, according to their rejection letter, I'm fat. It doesn't matter that I'm in otherwise perfect health--fat people deserve to die poor, I guess. SF added in their letter that they only reject 5% of people. A curious statistic, given that one third of American adults are obese. Maybe they only discriminate against obese women? Oh well. I'll be canceling my other SF policies. Since I'm too sub-human to sell life insurance to, I wouldn't want to burden them with my business. Bye bye State Farm!
Good neighbors don't rob from the poor and give to the rich.
"State Farm CEO and chairman Ed Rust, Jr. received a 19 percent increase in total compensation last year compared with 2012. Rust had a base salary of $1.75 million in 2013, but combined with bonuses and incentives, earned $11.56 million.Feb 28, 2014
Make learning this school year more meaningful! Classrooms with a Cause allows students to reflect on what they have learned in the classroom, and then challenges them to apply their knowledge to address a cause – an issue important to them and to their community. http://bit.ly/2n6GrJr
Through the Georgia State University LIFT program we're helping students find the resources they need to start creating the future they want!