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NJVC Raises $26K for USO; Jody Tedesco Comments

NJVC announced Wednesday it raised $26,300 to benefit the USO Metropolitan Washington and USO of Missouri, Inc. The money was generated through its 10th annual golf tournament on May 7 at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn, Va. The Vienna, Va.-based firm said the event attracted more than 140 participants ranging …

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Northrop to Feature Webb Telescope Work at DC Science Festival

Northrop Grumman Corp. announced Friday it will provide hands on activities to show the engineering and science behind NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope at an upcoming science seminar. The company said the the USA Science & Engineering Festival will occur at the Washington Convention Center Saturday and Sunday. Northrop, designer …

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Booz Allen Volunteers to Repair Low-Income Properties in DC

Booz Allen Hamilton is sponsoring 400 volunteers who will perform home and community center repairs for low-income residents in Washington, the company announced Sunday. The McLean, Va.-based consulting and contracting firm said volunteers will report to a four-block area Saturday in the city’s Ward 7 Lincoln Heights Neighborhood. The team …

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Northrop Sponsors Worldwide Student Robotics Competition

Northrop Grumman Corp. recently sponsored an international robotics competition for secondary school and college students, the company announced Monday. Ten thousand students and educators from nearly 20 countries competed in the VEX Robotics Competition World Championship between Thursday and Saturday at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.. The competition challenged …

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SAIC to Sponsor TAPS Honor Gala; Debbie James Comments

SAIC Inc. is a presenting sponsor at a gala for honoring soldiers, civilians and government contractors who lost their lives in service to the U.S., the company announced Tuesday. The 2012 Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors’ honor guard gala will occur April 17 at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington. …

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CenturyLink Partners with Junior Achievement for 10th Consecutive Year

CenturyLink has teamed with Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain, Inc. to educate Colorado youth about the importance of financial literacy. The telecommunications provider said it plans to send around 250 employee volunteers to 125 classrooms in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs and Wellington. Volunteers will spend one day in the classrooms using JA’s …

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