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RICHARD H. BROWN PLEDGES $100,000

Before an audience of over 400 guests, Richard H. Brown pledged $100,000 to NBEF at its 7th Annual Awards Gala held on June 14, 2013 at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ. Brown announced that he and his wife Christine earmarked the gift to support NBEF’s . . . → Read More: Richard H. Brown Pledges $100,000

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BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB AWARDS NBEF $37,500 COMMUNITY GRANT FOR ROBOTICS PROGRAM

 

Bristol-Myers Squibb awarded NBEF a $37,500 community grant toward a comprehensive robotics program for New Brunswick Public School students entitled, “Advancing STEM Related Fields through Robotics.” The grant will be used to expand an existing robotics initiative (in effect . . . → Read More: Bristol-Myers Squibb Awards NBEF $37,500 Community Grant For Robotics Program

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BOARD MEMBER GWENDOLYN RATLIFF WINS TOP AWARD AT PSEG RESULTING IN $10,000 GRANT FOR NBEF

 

Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) recognizes exemplary employee volunteers and rewards nonprofit organizations they support annually at a ceremony held at its corporate headquarters in Newark, NJ. This year’s top award of $10,000 was presented . . . → Read More: Board Member Gwendolyn Ratliff Wins Top Award

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NBEF AND PNC BANK SPONSOR INNOVATIVE TEACHER PROJECTS

 

As part of its 7th Annual Innovative Teacher Grants Program, NBEF recently selected 22 teacher projects for funding totaling $15,023.02. This year’s program, co-sponsored by PNC Bank, involves 28 teachers, 8 schools, and will impact over 3,000 New Brunswick Public School students . . . → Read More: NBEF and PNC Bank Sponsor Innovative Teacher Projects

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NEW BRUNSWICK EDUCATION FOUNDATION SEVENTH ANNUAL AWARDS GALA HONORED ALUMNI

 

The New Brunswick Education Foundation (NBEF) held its 7th Annual Awards Gala on June 14, 2013 at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ. During this auspicious occasion, attended by more than 400 people, eight accomplished individuals were inducted into the New . . . → Read More: Seventh Annual Awards Gala Honored Alumni

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HOLIDAY GATHERING FOR NBEF COLLEGE NETWORK

 

 

NBEF held its 2nd Annual College Network Holiday Gathering at the HUB Teen Center in New Brunswick on December 27, 2012. More than 40 New Brunswick High School and New Brunswick Health Sciences Technology High School alumni enrolled in colleges, universities, . . . → Read More: Holiday Gathering For NBEF College Network

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NBEF PARTNERED WITH WELLS FARGO AND PNC BANK TO FUND INNOVATIVE TEACHER PROJECTS

 

 

With support from Wells Fargo and PNC Bank, NBEF awarded 23 grants totaling $14,596.12 to New Brunswick Public School teachers to implement creative and cutting-edge projects and activities for their students. This marked NBEF’s . . . → Read More: NBEF Partnered With Wells Fargo And PNC Bank To Fund Innovative Teacher Projects

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NBEF FACILITATES TOURS FOR ALUMNI AT THE “NEW” NEW BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL

 

 

The “new” New Brunswick High School opened on January 4, 2010 for grades 9th through 12th. This 400,000 square foot building replaced the school on Livingston Avenue, which is now the home of the New . . . → Read More: NBEF Facilitates Tours For Alumni At The “NEW” NEW Brunswick High School

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NBEF PARTNERS WITH WELLS FARGO AND PNC BANK TO FUND INNOVATIVE TEACHER PROJECTS

 

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With the support of Wells Fargo and PNC Bank, NBEF awarded 23 grants totaling $14,596.12 to New Brunswick Public School teachers to implement creative and cutting-edge projects and activities for their students. . . . → Read More: NBEF Partners With Wells Fargo and PNC Bank

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BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB FUNDS ROBOTICS AND SCIENCE PROGRAMS FOR NEW BRUNSWICK PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company awarded NBEF a $10,000 grant to fund a robotics program for middle school students and an alternative energy project for the district’s 5th graders.

The robotics program will expose 6th through 8th grade . . . → Read More: Bristol-Myers Squibb Funds Science Program