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Charity Event with NSCA for Compudopt

We teamed up with NSCA again this year in Chicago to sponsor their charity event at their annual Pivot to Profit conference. Together, we assembled computer cable kits for families that will be receiving #computers this fall through Compudopt.

NSCA Chicago Charity Event

This week we gave back in Chicago! 💻 We teamed up with NSCA to sponsor their charity event at their annual Pivot to Profit Conference. Together, we assembled computer cable kits for families that will be receiving computers this fall through Compudopt.

alliantgroup Chairman of Robotics Kicks Off Space Center’s Moon2Mars Festival

From the classroom, to space, and beyond! Dr. Robert Ambrose, alliantgroup Chariman of Robotics & Artificial Intelligence, addressed Space Center Houston in June at their inaugural Moon 2 Mars festival and business conference. He highlighted the need to strengthen the partnerships between academics and the exploration of space, to fuel the next generation of innovators and problem solvers.

alliantgroup Houston Hosts Annual Celebration to Recognize Elementary Science Teachers with SPARK Award

This is the fourth year that alliantgroup has partnered with the Houston Independent School District to award phenomenal elementary science teachers. Because these teachers ignite a passion for learning and curiosity for STEM subjects, the annual alliantgroup HISD Elementary Science Teacher Award has been renamed the SPARK Award.

2022 SPARK Award Spotlight: Leticia Sifuentes

From honorable mention to finalist! Fifth grade science teacher, Leticia Sifuentes, says she is thrilled to be one of six nominees for alliantgroup’s 2022 SPARK Award. Although this is her first year teaching at Bonner Elementary School, Sifuentes is a veteran of the classroom with 24 years of experience. She credits her own fifth grade teacher for inspiring her to become one.

2022 SPARK Award Spotlight: Ruth Giles

From foster care to the classroom, 5th grade science teacher Ruth Giles says her childhood shaped her into the teacher she is today. She tells us she relates more easily to her students at Cornelius Elementary School because of the challenges she faced but also the support she got along the way.