It’s always been GEICO’s goal to be an outstanding corporate citizen, which is why we’re sponsoring the Special Olympics 5K Road Race and One Mile Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, May 28 at the GEICO office in Macon, Ga., for a 33rd consecutive year. The race will begin at 9 a.m. …keep reading
It has been said being a teacher is one of the hardest—and yet most rewarding and impactful—of careers. In honor of Teacher Appreciation Day (May 3), we highlight 12 influential people of history who—not-so-coincidentally—were also teachers.
1. Maya Angelou
In 1982, the famed poet, writer and …keep reading
For the last 23 years, Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day has been showing kids what the world is like beyond the classroom. So on the fourth Thursday in April every year, kids aged eight to 18 step outside their traditional learning environment for some hands-on experience alongside …keep reading
Every April 22, one billion people around the world celebrate Earth Day in an effort to raise awareness about pollution and highlight changes in the environment. But people weren’t always so invested in the well-being of our planet.
In the 1960s, gas-guzzling cars were the norm, and there …keep reading
When Army Veteran Sam O’Neil returned to America after a harrowing stint in Iraq, he had a difficult time adjusting to life as a civilian.
The now 28-year-old was grappling with post-traumatic stress disorder and a serious brain injury, the result of a near-fatal mortar attack.