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It’s that time again! Employees of Cox teamed with Atlanta Habitat for Humanity to lend a hand “up, not a hand out!” 


Day One at a Habitat for Humanity build is for clearing foundation, building exterior and interior walls in the warehouse, prepping and installing roof tresses, setting floor joists and laying floor decking, and otherwise preparing material for building. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s always such a joy to watch these houses go up with the wonderful volunteers from Cox. Stay tuned for weeks 2-6!
*To view or order pictures from this Habitat build, please click here: http://atlantaeventphotography.smugmug.com/Guests/2013-Cox-Habitat-Build
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This February, Cox Media Group sponsored a career fair with IRTS, the International Radio and Television Society Foundation, at the Cox Media Group Headquarters.

This year’s focus was on “The business of media: rewarding career tracks explained with a networking opportunity to pursue them.” 

Applicants accepted into the workshop learned about the various business oportunities within CMG like marketing, sales, promotion and research. These lucky participants got to hear panels, network with CMG executives, and participate in on-the-spot interviews.

What a great way to kickstart a career!  

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In January, the Center for the Visually Impaired welcome FOX MasterChef winner Christine Ha to their Henderson Dinner events.  Chef Ha is the first-ever blind contestant and winner on the show. What an honor it was to hear this Chef speak! 

 



Chef Ha had such a beautiful message about not letting life’s obstacles get in the way of our dreams. I wish you all could have heard it!

Thanks to CVI for including us!

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For 20 years, Cox employees have participated in a mentoring program with Chamblee Charter High School. Employees are paired with high school students to mentor them one-on-one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This year’s event featured panelists ranging from pro athletes to music producers to entrepreneurs. Students were able to visit the new Cox facility in Dunwoody. What a great way for students to familiarize themselves with the inner workings of a business environment!

 

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