You might be familiar with Cheryl Pavlacka's story. She had a job with the same company for 35 years. Then early this year, her job was outsourced to Mexico and Singapore. For the first time since the 1970's she's looking for work! This mother of two and grandmother of three joined us from Orlando and gave CNN’s Kyra Phillips her :30 second pitch. Take a look.
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The Heinz Awards were established by Teresa Heinz in 1993 to honor the memory of her late husband, U.S. Senator John Heinz. The idea of the awards is to celebrate the accomplishments and spirit of her late husband. Each year 10 people are chosen by a jury from the Heinz foundation and receive a $100,000 unrestricted cash prize. The awards recognize outstanding individuals for their contributions in the areas of: Arts and Humanities, the Environment, the Human Condition, Public Policy, and Technology, the Economy and Employment. One of the recipients this year is James Balog for his incredible photography of glaciers around the world. You can read more about the Heinz awards here! Check out James Balog's photography here!
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She's a television star, appeared in movies, and even has a singing career. But now Selena Gomez is taking time out to help raise money for underprivileged children across the world. At 18, Gomez is the youngest ambassador ever for the organization Unicef, and has even gone to countries like Ghana to see how the programs work. Now she's trying to get other young people involved in Unicef's "Trick-or-Treat" fundraiser that has raised 160 million dollars in the last six decades. Selena Gomez talked with CNN’s Kyra Phillips.
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