Tag Archives: Impact Day

Making an impact with conservation in the classroom

Making an impact with conservation in the classroom

Each June, the entire, global team of Discovery employees simultaneously takes part in a day of giving back to the community, known as Impact Day. Every year a variety of different projects are available for Discovery employees to choose from, and this year, I chose to participate in a day of making bee hotels (also called bee houses) with local

Fun Fact Friday: Impact Day

Did you know that every year, folks here at Discovery have a day set aside to volunteer and give something back to the community? It’s true! It’s called Impact Day! Impact Day activities can range anywhere from feeding the homeless, or making cat toys for the local animal shelter, to painting fences at a local

Discovery Employees Making an Impact

  Last Friday, Discovery participated in its Fourth Annual Discover Your Impact Day. Almost 4,200 Discovery employees volunteered world-wide to make an impact in their communities. Employees were able to choose from several projects including feeding the homeless, revitalizing local schools, cleaning up parks, and many others. Although it was a rainy day here in

Not Your Typical Work Place

For a lot of people, a day at the office usually entails 8 or so hours of sitting at a desk staring at a computer screen.  (TPS reports, anyone?)  While I admit to spending more than my fair share of time yelling at my laptop, I’ve also had a lot of opportunities here at Discovery to stretch