EARN or Earn may refer to:

  • European Academic and Research Network, a defunct computer networking organisation succeeded by TERENA (Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association)
  • Earned Assets Resource Network, a non-profit investment organisation based in San Francisco
  • European Asteroid Research Node, an association of asteroid research groups
  • Loch Earn
  • River Earn
  • Bridge of Earn
  • Earn out

Other articles related to "earn":

Earned Assets Resource Network
... EARN, a California-based non-profit organization, is a service provider, policy advocate and research-based innovator that champions upward economic mobility and wealth creation for low-wage workers and ... As the leading provider of microsavings accounts to low-wage American workers, EARN provides families with the tools to achieve wealth-building goals such as saving for college, buying a first ... The organization’s research arm, the EARN Research Institute, evaluates the impact of EARN’s work and publishes original data, sharing lessons learned and best practices ...
BWorks - Programs
... BWORKS offers three training programs an Earn-A-Bike Kids program, an Earn-A-Computer children's program, and an Earn-A-Computer Adult program ...
Cairn Mon Earn
... Cairn Mon Earn or Cairn-mon-earn is a hill in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. ...
Lost And Found: You've Got To Earn It (1962–1968)
... Lost and Found You've Got To Earn It (1962–1968) is a compilation album by The Temptations ... Too Proud to Beg" and "You've Got to Earn It" ...

Famous quotes containing the word earn:

    Certainly the effort to remain unchanged, young, when the body gives so impressive a signal of change as the menopause, is gallant; but it is a stupid, self-sacrificial gallantry, better befitting a boy of twenty than a woman of forty-five or fifty. Let the athletes die young and laurel-crowned. Let the soldiers earn the Purple Hearts. Let women die old, white-crowned, with human hearts.
    Ursula K. Le Guin (b. 1929)

    How we shall earn our bread is a grave question; yet it is a sweet and inviting question. Let us not shirk it, as is usually done. It is the most important and practical question which is put to man. Let us not answer it hastily. Let us not be content to get our bread in some gross, careless, and hasty manner. Some men go a-hunting, some a-fishing, some a-gaming, some to war; but none have so pleasant a time as they who in earnest seek to earn their bread.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    For women the wage gap sets up an infuriating Catch-22 situation. They do the housework because they earn less, and they earn less because they do the housework.
    Sylvia Ann Hewitt (20th century)