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Bright Horizons Awards 29 Bright Futures Scholarships

September 25, 2018 – Bright Horizons awarded an all-time high of 29 Bright Futures Scholarships to students pursuing degrees in early childhood education. The Bright Futures Scholarship program offers scholarships to promising future teachers and directors to encourage them to continue pursuing their dreams of caring for, teaching, and mentoring young children.

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Dow Jones Family Center Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary

September 24, 2018 – For 20 years, Dow Jones – a worldwide news and information organization that includes brands such as The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Factiva, Barron’s, MarketWatch and Financial News – has been offering employees at its Princeton, New Jersey location on-site child care. The Dow Jones Family Center opened to Dow Jones employees and their families on September 1, 1998.

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McAllen Bright Space Featured in Exchange Magazine

September 20, 2018 – The Humanitarian Respite Center Restoring Dignity Bright Space in McAllen, Texas was featured as the cover story of the September/October issue of Exchange Magazine. The issue includes a feature article written by Bright Horizons Foundation for Children National Director of Bright Spaces Ileen Henderson, which details the journey creating the Bright Space.

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CEO Stephen Kramer Discusses McAllen Bright Space in Exchange Magazine

September 17, 2018 – The Humanitarian Respite Center Restoring Dignity Bright Space in McAllen, Texas was featured as the cover story of the September/October issue of Exchange Magazine. The issue includes an interview with CEO Stephen Kramer about how important this was to Bright Horizons to support the children and families in need.

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College Coach Collaborates with Edmit to Help Students Get Smart About College

September 10, 2018 – To further round out the college planning experience for families, College Coach is collaborating with Edmit, a startup in the college affordability space, to offer Edmit Premium. The program provides families with access to College Coach’s personalized services.

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Early Childhood Teachers Receive Prestigious Industry Award

September 7, 2018 – Seventeen Bright Horizons teachers from across the United States were named winners of the Janice Hill Memorial Award. Bright Horizons honored the recipients with the prestigious award at the company’s Awards of Excellence event, held in Orlando, Florida.

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Three Bright Horizons Educators Recognized as Exchange Leaders

September 5, 2018 – Three Bright Horizons educators were recently recognized by Exchange Magazine as part of the Exchange Leaders Initiative (ELI).  The ELI was launched in November 2014 in an effort to recognize and increase the visibility of leaders in the field of early childhood education and care; leaders who are making a difference today and will be visionary leaders of the future.

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Cool STEM Learning at Center with Life-Sized Igloo

August 27, 2018 – The staff at Bright Horizons Child Care Center at Marshfield Clinic Health System turned their center into the Arctic by transforming recycled milk cartons into a life-size igloo.

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Girls with Diabetes Become Best Friends at Bright Horizons at Boynton Beach

August 13, 2018 – The story of two girls with diabetes who met while enrolled in Kindergarten Prep program at Bright Horizons at Boynton Beach was featured in the Palm Beach Post. The father of one of the girls said Bright Horizons happily welcomed his daughter when other programs wouldn't accept a child with diabetes.

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Making Birthdays Brighter for Children Living in Crisis while Carrying out Company Mission

August 10, 2018 – The Bright Horizons Home Office helped make 92 birthdays a little brighter for children in crisis across New England.  Through a partnership with Birthday Wishes, employees shopped for and assembled everything that 92 children and their families need to celebrate birthdays while living in homeless shelters or receiving support from social services agencies.

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