With great excitement, Learning Dimensions is pleased to announce the winning Learning Change Agent for LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel (Collection I)! After a 10 ten-day public voting round, the Learning Change Agent with the most votes was Jeffery Beckham, Jr. Mr. Beckham will receive $300.00 (the amount collected during our first collection) to further the transformative work he does in education. We congratulate Jeffery Beckham, Jr. and thank all of our Learning Change Agents for their commitment to education and transformative learning experiences. To read Jeffery’s complete interview, click on the link.
THE TIME HAS COME!
Vote for the Learning Change Agent who should receive a portion of the profits received from LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel, Collection I.
The public voting round is now open to select the Learning Change Agent who will receive the $300.00 collected from LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel’s, Collection I! Vote now (and daily). The public voting round runs from March 21-March 31, 2016. Click on the link to cast your vote.
We are so excited! Guess what? The new LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel collection is here!
LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel has a brand new design for our online store hosted by Threadless (a Chicago-based t-shirt company committed to supporting the artist and educational community that has collaborated with companies such as Gap, Thermos as well as Dell). Click on the link to check it out. Feel free to leave us some feedback in the comments section of this blog post.
LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel was able to catch up with LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel’s Design Consultant, Erick “Roho” Garcia. Erick “Roho” Garcia is a multifaceted artist who uses art to beautify the community. His outlets and inspirations are vast in variation and keen on the beauty of creation. His artwork is collaborative in mediums, from spray painting to acting on stage, mixing music to dancing. He is most well known for his murals. His pieces of work are vibrant and lively. Filled with a mixture of blues, greens and yellows, Garcia implements what he knows onto the canvas, paper or wall he has to work with.
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
LEARNtheBrand IMPACT APPAREL MOVED ON TO THE FINAL ROUND FOR THE IDEA CAFE 20TH ANNIVERSARY GRANT!
Due to your votes, we are now 1 of 10 finalists in the Finalists Voting Round for the Idea Cafe 20th Anniversary Grant! Click on the link and vote today! You can only vote ONCE! The Finalists Voting Round will run from February 29, 2016-March 29, 2016.
February marked the end of LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel’s (Collection I). March is the beginning of a significant month for Learning Dimensions (a Chicago-based educational consultant company that aims to design and provide quality and transformative learning solutions and experiences to organizations and school districts that meet the demands of the 21st century learner) and LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel (the philanthropic arm of Learning Dimensions that funds educational organizations via a clothing line that consists of limited edition fashion T-shirts that include unique designs that focus on rebranding the perception of learning and education from test-driven and rote memorization to meaningful, relevant and passion driven learning experiences).
Vote for Learning Dimensions to be an American Small Business Champion! SCORE’s Championship celebrates U.S. small businesses, and is made possible thanks to funding from Sam’s Club and The SCORE Foundation.
Check out LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel at these upcoming events! LEARNtheBrand Impact Apparel includes minimalist designs that cleverly represent statements regarding passion-driven learning. Join the movement! A portion of the profits received will be donated to organizations that are committed to providing learners, of all ages, opportunities to engage in transformative and meaningful learning experiences.
What is your name? Jacqueline Marie
Where are you from? Vermont, currently resides in Chicago, IL
What organization do you represent? Tweaked Style
What is your job title? Business Strategist & Life Stylist
How long has the organization been in existence? 5 years