Posts Tagged ‘education’

Game Changers

One of the things I love best about living in the San Francisco Bay Area is the tremendous amount of innovation around social change and technology that happens here. It is easy to stay motivated to change the world when…

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What’s for lunch?

The “lunch and learn is a corporate tradition that we tend to honor well here at Wells Fargo. From cookies and guest speakers to brown bag idea sharing sessions, we often host “lunch and learns” to provide an opportunity to…

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Adding more eco art to our budding collection

Because we have so many teams doing great work, this July we decided to add a second piece to our budding eco art collection! Our latest piece was again commissioned through WEAD (Women’s Environmental Artists Directory) and was designed by…

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Because it beats a day at the office …

… Or because you know your community needs you … … Or because you get two volunteer days off a year and why not use one … … Or because it just feels good! For these reasons (and many more!)…

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Greener schools

I’m excited about the number of grant requests we receive for “green school” programs. It shows that people are thinking about Wells Fargo for environmental initiatives—which I love— and it also shows widespread demand from students, teachers, parents, and organizations…

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Where in the world is the Wells Fargo Green Team trophy?

In January, we told you about a cool new program (at least we think so!) that recognizes the incredible efforts of our many Wells Fargo Green Teams and also helps to engage local team members in our environmental efforts through…

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Rebuilding Together, one energy efficient home at a time

April is a busy month at Wells Fargo. From financial (Teach your Child to Save Day on April 12) and career education (Take your Child to Work Day on April 28) to community involvement (National Volunteer Week from April 10-16)…

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