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Full Time Faculty

Fernando Abella, DMin // Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries

  • DMin, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • MRE, Cornerstone University
  • MA, Liberty University
  • BA, Rio Grande Bible College
  • Director of Spanish Bible Program

Fred Chay, PhD // Professor of Pastoral Theology

  • DMin, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • MS, Psychology, California Western University
  • BA, Psychology, College of Notre Dame
  • Dean of Doctor of Ministry Studies

Juan Francisco Cortez, // Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics

  • MA in Apologetics, Biola University
  • BA, University of California at Irvine
  • Director of General Education Core, Registrar

Deborah Cox, MLS // Assistant Professor of Library Sciences

  • MLS, Texas State University
  • MA, University of Missouri at Springfield
  • BA, Evangel College
  • Librarian

Chris Matthews, DMin // Professor of Cultural Studies

  • DMin, Missions and Intercultural Studies, Gordon–Conwell Theological Seminary
  • S.Hamilton, MA;
  • MA, Cross-Cultural Ministries, Wheaton College
  • BA, Spanish Language, University of North Carolina
  • Director, Spain Branch Campus

Peter Oh, PhD // Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages

  • PhD, Baptist Bible Seminary
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • BS, Chonnam University
  • Graduate Dean

Greg Sapaugh, PhD // Professor of New Testament and Biblical Languages

  • PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • BS, Texas A M University

Juan Ariel Sanchez, MACL // JD Assistant Professor

  • JD, Universidad Dominicana O M, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • MA in Christian Leadership Studies, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary
  • BA in Law (License in Law), Universidad Dominicana O M, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • AA in Pre-Law, Universidad Dominicana O M, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Diploma of Classical, Pop, Jazz Piano (with emphasis in Composition and Music Arrangement), The National Conservatory of Music of the Dominican Republic
  • Diploma of Recording Engineering and Music Recording Production, Audio Institute of America
  • Director of Spanish Admissions

Ezequiel Serrato, PhD (ABD) // Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology

  • PhD (ABD), Baptist Bible Seminary
  • MDiv, Southern California Seminary
  • MA, Tyndale Theological Seminary
  • BA, Seminario Teológico de Baja California
  • Undergraduate Dean

Joe Wall, ThD // Professor of Systematic Theology

  • ThD, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • BA, Baylor University

Ken Wilson, DPhil // Professor of Systematic Theology and Church History

  • DPhil, The University of Oxford, England
  • ThM, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary
  • MDiv, Faith Evangelical Lutheran Seminary
  • MD, University of Texas
  • BS, Houston Baptist University

Part-Time Adjunct Faculty

Dave Anderson, PhD // Professor of Systematic Theology and Biblical Languages

  • PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • BA, Rice University
  • President, CEO

Emery Bastidas, ThD // Associate Professor of Systematic Theology

  • ThD, Universidad San Paulo
  • BTh, Seminario Evangélico Asociado

Ana María Campos, DMin // Adjunct Professor of Ministry

  • DMin, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Seminario Teológico de Centroamérica (SETECA)
  • BA in Theology, SETECA

Mark Cancel, Mdiv // Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology

  • MDiv, Southern California Seminary
  • BA in Business Administration, National University

Francisco (Paco) Echevarria, MABS

  • MA, Biblical Studies, Southern California Seminary (SCS)
  • MA, Religious Studies, SCS
  • MA, Christian Ministry, SCS
  • BA, Biblical Studies, SCS (Spain Campus)

Ernie Frey, PhD

  • PhD, Missions, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • BA in Social Science, Wheaton College

Mark Haywood, ThM // Assistant Professor of Bible Exposition

  • JD, John F. Kennedy University
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • BA, San Francisco State University
  • Vice President of Student Services

Walt Jurek, MS // Adjunct Professor of Sciences

  • MS, Systems Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology
  • BS in Engineering Mechanics, U.S. Air Force Academy

Garry Kiker, MS // Assistant Professor of Counseling

  • MS, Educational Psychology, Texas A M University, College Station
  • BSBA, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Albert Letting III, EdD // Associate Professor of Leadership

  • EdD in Educational Leadership, Alliant International University
  • ThM, Capital Bible Seminary
  • MDiv, Capital Bible Seminary
  • MA in Education, United States International University
  • BS, Philadelphia Biblical University
  • Vice President of Academic Affairs

Bob Livesay, DMin // Adjunct Professor of Ministry

  • DMin, Talbot Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • BBA, Baylor University

Lizabeth (Beth) Matthews, PhD // Adjunct Professor of Counseling

  • PhD, Professional Counseling, Liberty University
  • MA, Counseling Psychology, Wheaton College Graduate School
  • BA in Religion, University of North Carolina

Kristen Peña, MA // Adjunct Professor of Counseling

  • MA, Professional Counseling, Liberty University
  • BS, Psychology, University Of Central Florida, Orlando

Carlos Dario Peralta, Mdiv // Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies

  • MDiv, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • MA, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • BTh, Instituto Bíblico Buenos Aires, Argentina

Javier Rodriguez, Mdiv // Adjust Professor of Biblical Studies

  • MDiv, Southern California Seminary
  • BA in Christian Education, Seminario Teologico de Baja California

Ike Rhyu, Mdiv // Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies

  • DMin (post-graduate studies), Dallas Theological Seminary, (Spain Campus)
  • MDiv, Capital Bible Seminary
  • BA in Bible, Washington Bible College
  • Dallas Theological Seminary, (Spain Campus)

John Scholl, PhD // Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies

  • PhD, History, University of California Santa Barbara
  • MA, History, Western Michigan University
  • BA, History, Texas A M University

Lindsey Scholl, PhD // Adjuct Professor of Biblical Studies

  • PhD, History (Ancient Mediterranean), University of California, Santa Barbara
  • PhD coursework (Medieval and Ancient History), University of Missouri-Columbia
  • M.A. History, (Medieval Europe) University of Missouri-Columbia
  • B.A. History, Hannibal LaGrange College

Alice Thomas, MA, ESL // Adjunct Professor of English and Literature

  • MA, English, Sam Houston State University
  • BA in English, Sam Houston State University
  • AA, North Harris County College, Houston, Texas
  • National Writing Project Teacher Consultant, Lifetime Texas Teaching Certification in English and Business, ESL Certification for Secondary Education (State of Texas)

Alvin Thompson, PhD // Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies

  • PhD, Bible Exposition, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Old Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • BS in Christian Education, Biola University

Dr. Daniel Steffen, PhD // Associate Professor in New Testament Biblical Studies

  • PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • MA, Social Work, University of Illinois
  • BA, Sociology, Indiana University
  • Diploma in Spanish Studies, Rio Grande Bible Institute

Dr. Gerardo Alfaro, PhD // Associate Professor in Systematic Theology

  • PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • Studies in Sacred Theology Master, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • Licenciatura en Teología, The Central American Theological Seminary, Guatemala, Central America
  • Studies in Licenciatura (B.A.) in Social Studies, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala, Central America
  • Profesorado en Teología (B.A.), The Central American Theological Seminary, Guatemala, Central America
  • Diploma in Bible Studies, The Salvadoran Bible Institute, El Salvador, Central America


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The Graduate School #university #of #vermont #graduate #school


The Graduate School at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, works with prospective graduate students, current graduate students. and faculty and staff to contribute to the success of graduate education at UT. Whether you are seeking admission or preparing to graduate. the Graduate School website has what you need.

Current News from the Graduate School

New One Stop Hours – One Stop Student Services continues to make significant improvements to support students. Starting Monday, July 31, One Stop will update its service hours to better meet the needs of students and families. These changes are being made so that One Stop staff are available to help more people during different times of the day. The new service hours will be:

  • Phones: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday–Thursday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday
  • Walk-Ins: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday–Friday

Getting a Parking Permit – If you’re a graduate student starting at UT this fall, and you plan to have a vehicle, you may want to get with Parking and Transit Services to get your parking permit. They can tell you how to get a permit and what your permit gets you at the Parking and Transit Services site.

Registration Open for Best Practices in Teaching – The Best Practices in Teaching program provides opportunities to discuss teaching-related issues with new and experienced faculty and peers from across the university. Topics range from preparing a syllabus, to addressing classroom civility, to being a mentor. View the full list of topics and get more details about the program and what would be expected of you. Registration is open to the first 30 participants, to register early!

New Graduate Student Orientation – The Graduate School and the Graduate Student Senate are looking forward to meeting new graduate students at the 2017 New Graduate Student Orientation on Tuesday, August 8, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you have not RSVP’d for this event, there’s still time. Just go to and let us know you’re coming. For more details about the orientation (where, when, what, etc.), visit our Fall Orientations page.

Graduate Student Summer Travel Grants Available – Graduate students working on their dissertations in humanities fields can now apply for summer travel fellowships through a new program offered by the UT Humanities Center. The fellowships help UT graduate students travel to library and museum archives in order to examine ancient manuscripts, read through court records or an author’s personal papers, or listen to one-of-a-kind audio recordings related to a historical event. A limited number of fellowships of up to $1,400 are available for summer 2017 to PhD students at the dissertation stage of their degree program. For more information, email the UT Humanities Center.

Getting Around UT in June – Parking and Transit Services has issued their June edition of Getting Around UT (Page 1 /Page 2 ), as well as a map that reflects the road closures due to construction, especially near Circle Park, and the impact on visitor parking.

MFA Program Among Best Drama Schools for Acting Degree – UT recently received national recognition for its Master of Fine Arts program in theatre. The Hollywood Reporter ranked the program 20th among the 25 best drama schools for an acting degree. “We are proud to be ranked among the best master’s degree in theatre programs in the country,” said Jed Diamond, associate professor of acting. “The Department of Theatre has a particular strength in the way our educational programs are so fully integrated with a professional producing company, the Clarence Brown Theatre.” Find out more about the MFA program in theatre in Tennessee Today.

Explore the Graduate School

Graduate School Forms

Preparing to Graduate?


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High School in Australia #simpsons #travel

#student travel australia

High School in Australia


Welcome to Australia!

Greenheart Travel s high school program in Australia provides the opportunity to participate in exciting school-based activities such as drama productions, music bands, weekend sports and adventure activities, while immersing yourself in the Aussie way of life. Learn to speak Australian slang and try a bit of Vegamite in a friendly community set in one of South Australia’s unique regional landscapes. Experience life in the land down under and start your High School Australia application today!

Studying in the South Australian hills will allow you to experience the many wildlife parks where you can cuddle with a koala and feed a kangaroo! Exploring the Adelaide Central Business District will allow you to visit the Adelaide Central Markets and the Adelaide Zoo!

In between visits to art galleries and museums, check out the South Australian beaches! They are perfect for swimming, fishing, snorkeling or surfing.

Your host family might take you to visit surrounding sites such as Kangaroo Island, Remarkable Rocks, or Flinders Ranges, the largest mountain range in South Australia with plenty of walking trails and opportunities to spot native wildlife!


Check out a typical school day in a South Australian high school:

8.30am: Arrive at school. Home group for attendance and daily notices.

8.30am 10.45am: Lessons such as English and Information Technology

10.45am: Recess (a short break for a drink and snack)

11.00am 12.45pm: Lessons such as Geography and Mathematics

12.45pm: Lunch (time to eat lunch with your friends, attend activity clubs, music lessons or sport practice)

1.30pm 3.30pm: Lesson such as Home Economics and Science

3.30pm: School finishes. Many students are involved in after school sports or music bands.

Greenheart Travel Global Explorer Scholarship

All of us at Greenheart Travel feel that traveling abroad is a life-changing experience that shapes students to become global leaders, and we’re excited to offer the opportunity for high school students to experience full cultural immersion through our Greenheart Travel Global Explorer Scholarship opportunities. Scholarship winners will be chosen based on academic merit and financial need, as well as a submitted writing sample and photo essay.

Learn more on our scholarship page about how you can apply for a $3,000 Global Explorer Scholarship for a trimester program in Australia!


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Food Truck Row #culinary #school #nh


Want to get your food truck fix this Saturday July 22nd from 11am-2pm? Come to the McDivitt Law Firm in Aurora at 14261 E 4th Ave, Aurora, CO 80011. Free Food, Free Drink, chance to win a vehicle What more can you ask for? More info available at

Trucks in attendance:

WHEELS ON FIRE (Wood Fire Pizza)
SPUD NATION (Gourmet Potatoes)
LITTLE INDIA (Indian Cuisine)
SPICY KITCHEN (Traditional Mexican)
FARMER IN THE HIVE (Farm to Truck)

Hey Foodies, we have plenty of opportunities to get your food truck fix this weekend!

Friday July 7th from 11am-2pm Aurora Food Truck Rodeo City of Aurora Municipal Building (Alameda and Chambers)

Friday July 7th from 5pm-10pm Santa Fe Art Walk 725 Santa Fe (Parking Lot), 7th and 9th Avenues

Sunday July 9th from 5pm-8pm Swallow Hill Music Concert (Commons Park in LoDo) near the Millennium Bridge

Come out and enjoy the festivities at each of these locations and help your local food truck scene!

For more info you can check out our calendar

Hey Food and Music Fans Food Truck Row is working with the Riverfront Neighborhood this summer! They are putting on a monthly Summer Concert Series involving FOOD and MUSIC! The kick off is THIS SUNDAY June, 4th at the Commons Park near 15th and Little Raven. Trucks will be serving food and drink from about 5:30pm until 8:00pm ish. Come out and make this a great event that becomes so popular that it will be an ongoing event. The awesome trucks who will be serving this Sunday are:





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Fashion Programs Directory #fashion #schools,fashion #degrees,fashion #programs,fashion #jobs,fashion #careers,fashion #design #schools,fashion


Legendary designer and director Tom Ford was born in Austin, Texas on August 27th, 1961 and from his earliest beginnings, was given free reign to explore his interests.

The fashion industry is exploding and everyone, it seems, is vying for a part in the action. To get ahead in the business and sit with the ranks of Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, you as an aspiri

Lead designers are the designers most people think of when they hear the words quot;fashion industry. quot; The main responsibility of lead fashion designers is cr

So what can you do in fashion? Lead designers are the folks that most people think of in connection with the words quot;fashion in


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Peace One Day, day film school.#Day #film #school


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21st September is Peace Day

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What difference does a day make?

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Building peace one day at a time

Peace One Day is a non-profit organisation that was founded in 1999. In 2001 due to our efforts the member states of the United Nations unanimously adopted the first ever annual day of global ceasefire and non-violence on 21 September – Peace Day.

Peace One Day’s objective is to institutionalise Peace Day 21 September, making it a day that is self-sustaining, an annual day of global unity, a day of intercultural cooperation on a scale that humanity has never known.

Throughout the years, millions of people have been active on Peace Day in every country of the world, and hundreds of organisations have carried out life-saving activities in areas of conflict. Peace One Day’s Campaigns and activities in Education, Music, Film, Sport, Dance, Art and Online have proved that the day works.

Through our own initiatives and collaborations with various parties, Peace One Day will set out to encourage organisations and individuals to take specific actions to reduce violence around the theme: Who Will You Make Peace With?

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International School of Indiana -Travel Auction Committee #travel #socks

#travel auction


Saturday, March 19, 2016

Union Station downtown Indianapolis

2016 Tri Chairs: Susan Whiteside, Kimmy Armantrout and Judy Miller


The mission of the International School of Indiana is to excel in providing a multilingual and multicultural education through a distinctive, internationally acclaimed curriculum, preparing our students to contribute successfully to their communities. At the heart of ISI is the core belief that a fully integrated IB Programme is the best opportunity for students to prepare for effective global citizenship in the rapidly changing world. ISI’s supportive, diverse environment encourages high academic and personal achievement with emphasis on the core values of respect, effort and responsibility.

Throughout the school experience, students will learn to:

*Respect themselves, others and the school

*Take responsibility for their own actions on their way to becoming self-sufficient, self-motivated adults


The ISI Travel Auction, our Signature Fundraising event, raises over $100,000 to benefit all students attending our internationally recognized International Baccalaureat world school. Funds raised again this year will benefit both ISI’s scholarship fund and programs supporting all students. The International School of Indiana recognizes the importance of economic diversity, technological advancements in the classroom, and campus sustainability.


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UC Admission Requirements – Freshman – UCLA Undergraduate Admission #ucla #med


University of California
Freshman Admission Requirements

Subject Requirements

UCLA receives applications from far more students than it can admit. To gain admission to UCLA, you need to present an academic profile much stronger than represented by the minimum UC admission requirements below. The Freshman Profile gives some idea of what the academics of competitive applicants look like.

The a g subject requirements represent the 15 minimum academic preparatory courses that freshman applicants must have to be meet University of California admission requirements. Applicants must complete 11 of the 15 a g requirements by the end of their junior year. For more information on these requirements, please visit the UC a-g interactive Web site. The University of California also maintains a list of certified a-g courses for high schools in California.

(a): History/Social Science

2 years required – Two years of history/social science including one year of world history, cultures, and geography; and or one year U.S. history or one half year U.S. history and one half year of civics or American government.

(b): English

4 years required – Four years of college preparatory English that include the reading of classic and modern literature and frequent and regular writing. No more than one year of ESL-type courses can be used to meet this requirement.

(c): Mathematics

3 years required, 4 years recommended – Three years of college-preparatory mathematics that include the topics covered in elementary and advanced algebra, and one year-long course in geometry that includes two and three-dimensional geometry. Approved integrated math courses may be used to fulfill part or all of this requirement, as may math courses taken in the seventh and eighth grades that your high school accepts as equivalent to its own math courses.

(d): Laboratory Science

2 years required, 3 years recommended – fundamental knowledge in at least two of these three foundational subjects: biology, chemistry, and physics. Advanced laboratory science courses that have biology, chemistry, or physics as prerequisites and offer substantial new material may be used to fulfill this requirement. The last two years of an approved three-year integrated science program that provides rigorous coverage of at least two of the three foundational subjects may be used to fulfill this requirement.

(e): Language other than English

2 years required, 3 years recommended – Two years of the same language other than English. Courses should emphasize speaking and understanding and include instruction in grammar, vocabulary, reading, composition, and culture. Courses in languages other English taken in the seventh and eighth grades may be used to fulfill part of this requirement if your high school accepts them as equivalent to its own courses.

(f): Visual and Performing Arts (VPA)

1 year required – A single year-long approved arts course from a single VPA discipline: dance, drama/theater, music, or visual art.

(g): College Preparatory Electives

1 year required – One year (two semesters), in addition to those required in a-f above, chosen from the following areas: visual and performing arts (non-introductory-level courses), history, social science, English, advanced mathematics, laboratory science, and a language other than English (a third year in the language used for the e requirement or two years of another language).

For additional information regarding the University of California a-g subject requirements, please visit the UC’s Doorways Web site .

Test Requirements

Applicants must submit scores on an approved core test of mathematics, language arts, and writing. This requirement can be satisfied by taking the following:

  • The SAT
    Note: The SAT exam changed significantly as of March, 2016. Applicants may submit scores from either or both the old and new SAT, however those who take the new SAT must complete the essay section for UCLA (or any University of California campus) to recognize the exam. We will accept scores from either the old or new SAT for all freshman applicants who graduate from high school prior to 2020; applicants who graduate in 2020 or later must take the new SAT.

Note: for each test above, we will use the sitting with the overall highest composite score; we do not combine test scores from multiple sittings.

in addition

  • Applicants to the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science also are strongly encouraged to take the following SAT Subject Tests. Math Level 2 and a science test (Biology E/M, Chemistry, or Physics) that is closely related to the applicant’s intended major.

Take these tests as early as possible, and have your test scores sent directly to UCLA. December of the year prior to the fall you intend to enter UCLA is the latest you can take any test in time for scores to be used for our selection process.

Scholarship Requirement

The Scholarship Requirement defines the minimum grade point average (GPA) in the a-g subjects to meet University of California admission requirements. The minimum GPA for California applicants is 3.0. It’s 3.4 for nonresidents.


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IUPUI Registrar – Course Offerings #iupui, #registrar, #student #records, #records, #iupui


Office of the Registrar

Course Offerings

The list of scheduled courses offered at IUPUI for a given term is typically released one month prior to the beginning of priority registration. Spring courses are available in October, Fall courses in late January or February, and Summer courses in December.

Viewing Course Offerings via One.IU:
A real-time display of course availability and the open or closed status of individual classes is publicly accessible from One.IU using two different search tools – the SIS Class Search and the iGPS Course Search. Both tools offer a variety of filtering options to narrow search results.

  • SIS Class Search
  • 1. Navigate to: .
  • 2. Click in the Search box and type schedule of classes and press ENTER.
  • 3. Click the schedule of classes task icon
  • iGPS Course Search
  • 1. Navigate to: .
  • 2. Click in the Search box and type search courses and press ENTER.
  • 3. Click the Search Courses (Public) task icon

Course Listings By Department
If you are accustomed to reviewing the list of classes by subject that has historically posted on this website, please know this information is still available to you through the Class/Course Search tools above.

Using SIS Class Search.
Select the Institution, Term, and Course Career. Then insert the Department Code listed below that corresponds with your area of interest into the Course Subject field within the Class Search page. Click Search.

Using the iGPS Course Search :
Select the Campus. Degree Level. and Term Offered. Then enter the Department Code listed below into the Search field and click GO.


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Mobile Mechanic Denver 720-259-2204 Mobile Auto Repair, auto mechanic school denver.#Auto


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San Jose Guitar Lessons – Have you ever wanted to learn to play the guitar but just havn t figured out how? Let one of our experienced guitar instructors help you on your way to learning the guitar. Can you already play the guitar but just want to take your guitar playing to the next level? Whatever your skill level, we have guitar classes for everyone from beginner to advanced.

Drums Lessons San Jose – Have you ever had that feeling that you could play the drums but have never taken drum lessons? Are you already a drummer and just want to hone your skills? Playing the drums is a great way for your chile to take out some aggression and learn music at the same time. Are you an aspiring musician and want to take your drumming skills to another level? Contact David K s and start your drum classes today.

Piano Lessons San Jose – We believe that our piano classes are a very essential and enriching experience anyone can enjoy. Our goal at the David K sof Music School is to provide the highest quality piano instruction available. It is well known that piano students do much better in other academic areas. Our goal is to teach success by providing an environment that fosters musical creativity and enriching experiences.

Flute Lessons San Jose – If you are interested in learning how to play the flute then David K s Music School has the program for you. Our lessons include instruction in reading music, techniques in proper playing, improvisation, and preparation for auditions. Whether you are just a beginning flute player, an advanced flutist, or a professional, our flute program offers tools and techniques to better the skills you already have or are ready to develop.

Voice / Singing Lessons San Jose – Have you been told that you have a beautiful singing voice? Do you wish you had the nerve to karaoke but are intimidated by other singers? Are you a singer in a choir and would like to inprove you vocal range? Do you already have a natural singing voice but want to learn proper techniques? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then David K s Music School has the help you need. Let one of our world class vocal coaches help you take your singing voice to a new level.

The art of singing generally involves training in breath control and support, proper tone production, pitch control, musical intonation, proper formation of vowels and consonants as well as the clarity of words, attentiveness to musical notation and phrasing, and the learning of songs.

San Jose Violin Lessons – Our San Jose violin teachers are all very accomplished musicians. We realize that every student has different needs and abilities. Our violin instructors will tailor a custom lesson plan to fit each students needs. Every aspect of the violin will be taught including violin repertoire, music reading, sound development and rhythm to create a well rounded musician.

We also specialize in electric bass and viola lessons.

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John Muir Charter Schools is an organization like no other. We give young people the opportunity to earn a high school diploma while working with California Conservation Corps. Local Conservation Corps. YouthBuild and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act sites around the state, doing exciting and valuable work for the community. All John Muir Charter School Sites are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

If you are 16 to 25 years old, you can join one of these great programs and:

  • Earn a high school diploma while learning with great teachers
  • Receive individualized education that integrates with your work
  • Earn a paycheck doing exciting work while learning and earning a diploma
  • Learn vocational, life and leadership skills
  • Help improve your community

Join other young adults like you on an adventure of a lifetime
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Kew Gardens Hills Reopens September 6!

We re pleased to announce that Kew Gardens Hills Community Library will reopen to the public on Wednesday, September 6 at 12 p.m. following a major renovation and expansion.

Please join us on September 6 at 11 a.m. for a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Queens Library President and CEO .

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Creative Aging Workshops!

The Creative Aging Workshops are back! Queens Library s much-loved series for older adults who want to explore their creative side is returning in September with a wide range of classes available.

Participants can sign up for the Sculpture class at Cambria Heights, where they ll .

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Get Ready for the Discovery Day Street Fair!

One of Queens Library s most popular annual events is back, on Saturday, September 9 at 11 a.m.

Discovery Day features fun activities, face painting, balloon twisting, music, and the opportunity to learn about all the possibilities of science! No registration is required, and kids of all ages are .

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Lincoln Center s Boro-Linc: La Casita

Lincoln Center and Queens Library have partnered to present Boro-Linc: La Casita, a free world-class performance and family workshop right in the heart of Jamaica, Queens!

Join us at Rufus King Park on Saturday, September 9 for wonderful music and dance, and a chance to learn more about .

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Queens Library Magazine

The new issue of Queens Library Magazine is out now!

Queens Library Magazine combines great library-themed feature stories and two months worth of information about our free programs, services, and special events, and it s available at your neighborhood library or .

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Free Home Internet Access for Eligible NYC Students!

Do you know a New York City public school student with no home Internet access?

Their family may be eligible to borrow a hotspot from Queens Library and get FREE Internet service at home!

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The 12th Annual StartUP Business Plan Competition!

Got a great idea for a business?

You can get the tools you need to launch your own business and enter a contest to win $10,000 in seed funding!

Thanks to the generous support of Resorts World Casino New York City, the Queens Economic Development Corporation is holding its .

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Job Skills Training

Need job training? Looking to get certified?

Thanks to Queens Library s Job Business Academy, Bank of America, and NYC Council Member Donovan Richards, you can receive industry-specific job training and certifications in high-growth industries. Take OSHA-certified construction trade classes, receive .

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Our New JBA Brochures

Every month, Queens Library s Job Business Academy (JBA) provides our customers with the technology training, small business help, and job-search assistance they need to succeed all for free.

Now, it s easier than ever to find out which classes are being offered. Just check the listings in our monthly .

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Queens Library 2017 Gala

The Queens Library Foundation s 2017 Annual Gala will take place on Tuesday, October 17, at the Queens Museum.

Nearly 300 supporters of the Library attended last year s Gala to pay tribute to our special honorees and the Library s mission and customers.

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All Queens Library locations will be closed on Saturday, September 2; Sunday, September 3; and Monday, September 4 for the Labor Day holiday weekend.

Library materials can be returned 24/7 at more than 40 Queens Library locations and renewed by phone at 718-990-8508 or online.

Digital materials are available for download, even when we re closed including thousands of free eBooks, audiobooks, eMagazines, songs, movies, and videos!


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  • UMKC graduates with a degree in nursing point to the uniqueness of this four year program, stating that the three years of clinical coursework – as opposed to the traditional nursing programs with two years of clinicals – increase their total clinical hours to 1,200. As a result, UMKC graduates are sought after by local hospitals because they can tell a difference in clinical skills and knowledge.

Fast Facts

  • Approximately 240 undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds
  • 80 students admitted into the clinical program each fall
  • Faculty/student ratio in clinics is 1:5 – 1:8
  • Human patient simulators used in most clinical classes
  • Located within walking distance to two teaching hospitals (Children’s Mercy Hospital and Truman Medical Center), the Kansas City Health Department and Western Missouri Mental Health Center
  • Affiliations with multiple area hospitals and health care facilities

Student Organizations

The Student Nurses Association provides students opportunities to:

  • organize health fairs and blood drives
  • participate in organizing other special events that provides many leadership opportunities
  • Sigma Theta Tau International, Lambda Phi Chapter, Nursing Honor Society (Membership by invitation during clinical major Year 3 and Year 4)

Real World Experience

  • UMKC’s School of Nursing is located on the Hospital Hill campus with the Schools of Dentistry, Medicine and Pharmacy.
  • It is also within walking distance to two teaching hospitals, Missouri Western Mental Health and the Kansas City Health Department.
  • Crown Center, Liberty Memorial and Union Station are in close proximity, and within walking distance for the avid walker


Limitless Career Opportunites which would include:

Admission Requirements

  • Admission to the clinical program is a two-tiered process.
  • Students are first admitted into pre-nursing. For high school applicants, requirements are the same as those required for admission to the University.
  • There is a direct high school admission program for students graduating in the top 10 percent of their high school class and obtain a minimum ACT score of 27.
  • Transfer students must have a 2.75 minimum GPA to be admitted into pre-nursing.

Prerequisite Courses

  • Applications for the clinical major, the second phase of the application process, can be found at the UMKC School of Nursing Web site, by Nov. 1 of each year. Applications are due in the School of Nursing Student Services Office each Jan. 31 for admission into the clinical major which begins each fall semester. Decisions are made each spring once all coursework grades are posted. Notification letters will be mailed the end of May.
  • By the end of May, students will need to have completed a minimum of 36 nursing course work hours with a minimum GPA of 2.75. Courses which will have to be completed for consideration are:
    • Anatomy and Physiology
    • College Algebra
    • Chemistry w/ lab
    • Microbiology
    • Arts and Sciences 100 (waived if transferring in 24 credit hours of 2.75 GPA coursework)
    • N101 Introduction to Nursing

Major Courses

In addition to the required courses mentioned above in PreReqs, students may also take the following courses prior to being admitted into the nursing clinical major. If transferring in coursework, it is always advisible to check the UMKC equivalency page to be certain coursework is equivalent.

  • English Composition I and II
  • Philosophy 210 or 222
  • History Course that meets the Constitution requirement such as History 101 or 102 or PolSci 210
  • One foreign language course
  • Fine Arts Elective (3 credit hours)
  • General Psychology
  • Human Growth Development
  • Nutrition
  • Upon admission students will receive an individualized plan of study

Other Programs Available


    • Clinical faculty members are practicing nurses who bring their insights and experiences to the classroom through:
      • lecture
      • studying and serving as visiting experts nationally and abroad
      • individually received honors, fellowships and awards
    • The School of Nursing also has many faculty members actively involved in research who have:
      • Published a number of books and journal articles
      • Received research funding from many national known foundations and federal government agencies
      • Our faculty listing can be found at

Contact us

UMKC Office of Admissions
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University of Missouri-Kansas City
5100 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, MO 64110-2499
(816) 235-1111
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Visit us

Contact the UMKC Welcome Center at 816-235-UMKC (8652), or toll-free at 1-800-775-UMKC (8652), and we’ll arrange a guided campus tour and a meeting with faculty and staff.


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Become an Annual Sponsor!

Promote your business while supporting our school. Don’t see a sponsorship level that fits your needs? Contact Abby to create a custom sponsorship. [email protected] or 561-533-9917. Thank you for your support!

We need a few GREAT Teachers!

Would you like to teach in a friendly, supportive environment with some of the most incredible students you will ever know? Click the Lean more to apply or call Abby for a tour of the school!

Students get Workforce Ready at Saks

Click the green “read more” tab to find out why a celebrity makeup artist was giving lessons to two of our high school students at Saks on Palm Beach!

Donate today!

Click “read more” to learn how you could donate to your school instantly! Did you know the cost of educating a child with autism is roughly $60,000 per year? For more information on ways you can help contact Abby Girton, Director of Marketing & Development at 561-533-9917

We Are Glad You Are Here!

Palm Beach School for Autism is a 501 (c)(3). We are a tuition free public charter school serving children from Preschool through 12th grade on the autism spectrum. We address the learning needs of the students that we serve through individual education plans, highly trained teachers and therapists and a focus on independence. In addition to an academic education, children are schooled in the arts, technology, wood shop, French, athletics, vocational programming, social skills and daily living skills. Generous donations from the community, our families, foundations and people like you are what has helped us to continue to provide a comprehensive program.

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A child begins to live independently from us the instance they cut the cord and take their very own first breath. From that moment forward we are responsible for guiding him/her to, live life to their highest potential. We are liable for teaching them how to navigate daily living for a sustainable and independent adult [ ]

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Wretches and Jabberers

Meet Tracy Larry from the documentary film, Wretches and Jabberers. They will be our Keynote Speakers at our Life with Autism Conference February 11, 2017 at Lynn University in Boca Raton. You can purchase tickets at Contact Abby Girton for more information. About the Film Gerardine Wurzburg s, compelling.

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Sensory-Friendly Safety Event

NEWS RELEASE April 20, 2016 Contact: Abby Girton Phone: 561-533-9917 Email: [email protected] Palm Beach School for Autism 8480 Lantana Rd. Lake Worth, FL 33467 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE What: Community Collaborates for Autism/Sensory Friendly Safety Event When: April 28, 2016 10 AM- 1 PM Where: Palm Beach School for Autism 8480 Lantana Rd.

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Welcome to Sparta High School, Home of the Spartans!

Thank you for visiting our web-site. Sparta High School is the sole, comprehensive high school in Sparta Area Schools. Our mission is to provide high quality educational opportunities for each of our 850 students, while ensuring each individual student s success. Sparta High School opened a state-of-the-art facility in the fall of 2007, which provides an outstanding learning environment for students and staff. Sparta High School offers over 80 courses in English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, world languages, career internships, music, art, drama, and physical education.

Sparta High School s Advanced Placement (AP) program continues to grow. Currently, we offer AP courses in Biology, US History, European History, Statistics, Calculus AB, Literature, Language and Composition, and Psychology. Sparta High School also offers numerous honors sections within our four core content areas. In addition, Sparta High School partners with Ferris State University to offer Concurrent Enrollment courses in which students earn college credit for courses taken at Sparta High School. For more information on Concurrent Enrollment, click HERE .

Sparta is proud of our commitment to our learners who are on the pathway to trade schools and careers. Every year we send well over 100 students to the Kent Career Technical Center, which also offers college credit. In addition we offer a well-articulated career internship program that serves an additional 50 to 60 students.

Sparta High School recognizes the important role that co-curricular involvement plays in the development of our students. We proudly offer over 30 co-curricular programs, while competing in the Michigan Competitive Bands Association and the OK Blue Athletic Conference .

Sparta High School staff is dedicated, compassionate, and committed group of professionals that:

Believe in the power of respectful relationships
Stayed focused on student learning
Uses data to drive decisions
Commits to continuous improvement

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Ethical Dilemmas – Moral Dilemmas – Classroom Discussion #ethical, #moral, #dilemma,


This is #17 of an ongoing series of discussion starters from the case files of Charis Denison. The situations presented are very real and are changed monthly. Please try them out with your students and share your results with us. You can find the complete archive of dilemmas here.

(present this to your students)

Kevin is a talented basketball player whose high school team made it into the playoffs and all the way to the city championship game. As a result, Kevin had to miss his school s baseball tryouts and a couple of weeks of practice. So, he was grateful when the coach gave him an opportunity to come out for the team anyway. Kevin s older brother had been on the varsity team for four years, so the coach knew the family and assumed Kevin would follow in his brother s footsteps. But Kevin had never played league baseball before and had no expectation of getting a lot of playing time. Besides, the team already had a solid lineup of experienced players; he would just have to be patient and earn his position through hard work.

Which is why Kevin was shocked when the coach announced the starting lineup for the first game: Kevin was picked to start at third base.

Kevin immediately felt confused, then embarrassed, then guilty. He was confused because the coach had never seen him play. He felt embarrassed and guilty because everyone knew that the coach must have made this decision based on Kevin s athletic reputation and the coach s relationship with Kevin s older brother. Kevin considered himself a team player. He also knew the other third baseman a strong player who never missed a practice. Surely the other guy deserved to be the starter. He looked around at his teammates and saw himself through their eyes. He felt bad. He walked to his position without making eye contact with the coach or the players.

After the game, Kevin called his brother and said he was thinking about asking the coach to let him step down until he had earned the position in a way that was fair to the rest of the team. His brother said no way. Life is about seizing opportunity. That s how you achieve your dreams. Why give up your big chance? Besides, he said, I put in a good word for you, so don t blow it.

Kevin felt like he was stuck. If he kept silent, he risked the respect of his team; if he came forward, he risked the athletic opportunity and his relationship with his coach. He needed to make a decision before the next game.

haris (KAIR-iss) Denison, founder of Prajna Consulting, is an expert in Community Involvement, Human Development, and Ethics. She has built her experience primarily by working with schools and non-profits for the past 15 years.

After initially teaching middle and high school English and Creative Writing, Charis began to develop curricula and publish articles related to social justice, ethics, human development, community involvement, and experiential education. She has received national recognition for her work in those fields, as well as for her community-based work with American teens and Tibetan refugees in Central Asia.

Charis co-wrote Tolerance for Others. a middle school human development text, with Leni Wildflower. She currently works as the national Service-Learning consultant for the Durango Institute for Co-Curricular Education.

Charis also teaches at Marin Academy in San Rafael, California, and runs Prajna Consulting. Through Prajna she consults with schools, parents, students, and businesses both organizationally and individually. Charis also facilitates workshops and speaks on a wide variety of topics.

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This case is a great one for introducing students to the idea that taking no action is taking action. In other words, when my students are discussing scenarios like this and come back with the infamous, just take what happened and don t do anything; it s not your responsibility, I reply, not making a choice is a choice.

Students love to talk about times when they have been the victims of an unfair situation. It s a lot of fun to turn the tables on them and have them talk about when they have benefited from an unfair situation. Do they bear some responsibility to restore justice? I find it effective to get students to articulate what each of three parties would consider fair in the scenario (the coach, Kevin, the team).

If you have covered any of the more formal ethical principles, this case works very well when you assign one of the three principles to each group and have them apply it to their decision (ends-based, rule-based, care-based).

(also, debate topics, writing assignments, etc.

  • What do you think Kevin should do? What do you think you would do?
  • How do you think the team might feel about the coach letting Kevin start without having seen him play or participate in the first two weeks of practice?
  • What do you think is the coach s reason for making Kevin a starting player? Do you agree with it?
  • How do you feel about the role Kevin s brother is playing in all this?
  • How might Kevin feel if he doesn t talk to the coach?
  • How much influence do you think Kevin s brother has on Kevin s choice?
  • If you were faced with an ethical dilemma, how important would your sibling s opinion be?
  • Have you ever seen someone you know benefit from an unfair situation? What happened? What did it feel like? How did the person benefiting respond? If you didn t agree with that response, how do you wish he/she would have responded?
  • Have you ever benefited from an unfair situation? What happened and how did you respond? Would you respond in the same way again?

SHARE YOUR RESULTS WITH US. How did your students resolve this dilemma? Did anything surprising happen? Tell us about your discussion and we may publish your comments. Click here to send us an email.

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What Can I Do with an Associate’s Degree in Elementary Education?

Completing an associate’s degree program in elementary education may prepare graduates for a job as an elementary school aide, or it may just be a precursor to earning more education in the field. Read on to find out what options are available to graduates of an associate’s degree program in elementary education. Schools offering Elementary Education degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

What is an Associate’s Degree in Elementary Education?

Most elementary school teachers are required to have at least a bachelor’s degree, as a 4-year degree is needed to gain teacher certification in most states. For this reason, an associate’s degree in elementary education alone cannot provide individuals with the academic credentials necessary to work as educators in public and private schools. However, many community colleges still offer 2-year, associate’s degree programs in elementary education. While these programs alone cannot prepare students to become teachers, they can prepare them for other opportunities.

While enrolled in an associate’s degree in elementary education, students should learn the basics of primary education. They may examine a variety of topics, including educational techniques and classroom technology. Graduates of such a degree program may enter the educational workforce as teaching aides or assistants or pursue higher education in a related field. Below are a couple of employment and educational options available to those with an associate’s degree in elementary education.

Important Facts About Teacher Assistants

Median Salary (2014)

Job Outlook (2014-2024)

Communication skills, patience, and resourcefulness

Career and technical education teachers, childcare workers, library assistants

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Become an Elementary School Aide

Elementary school aides, sometimes referred to as teacher aides or assistants, are responsible for assisting teachers with a wide range of classroom tasks. These tasks allow teachers to focus their energy on planning and implementing lessons. Aides may help move students between school locations, supervise students and prepare materials for classroom lessons. In some cases, aides may assist in the grading of projects and homework. Although many aides only hold high school diplomas, some states require aides to hold degrees from accredited 2-year college programs.

Earn Further Education in the Field

Many graduates of associate’s degree programs in elementary education can choose to continue their studies at a 4-year university. Credits earned in such a program may be applied toward a bachelor’s degree program in the field. Bachelor’s degree programs build upon the knowledge gained in associate’s degree programs and help prepare students to pass a teaching certification exam. Teachers may continue their education by earning a master’s degree in elementary education or in a more specific field. In general, a higher education level translates into higher pay.

To continue researching, browse degree options below for course curriculum, prerequisites and financial aid information. Or, learn more about the subject by reading the related articles below:


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Keys Driving School in VA

Driving is a risk-taking activity! Keys Driving School helps to eliminate the risk that’s involved in driving.

“Keys Driving School” offers a protected and friendly environment and the experienced Keys Driving School staff is ready to provide you with superior training programs that are modified to meet your needs.
“Keys Driving School” offers defensive and safe driving training. Ours instructors are always there to help improve your child’s driving skills, knowledge, and also teach them, how to prevent accidents and become a safe drive on the road.
Keys Driving School not only helps you become a safer and smarter driver but also protects others on the road by following the rules of the roads and tries to minimize the mistakes that are made while driving. We offer defensive driving courses, which are designed to be highly effective and easy to learn.

We pick up students from various areas of Northern Virginia which includes Alexandria, Arlington Fairfax, Falls Church, Burke, Springfield, Woodbridge and most of Prince William areas.

There is one more benefit of learning driving from professional driving school that is, the driver will feel more confident after learning driving as he/she has learned it from the professional and confidence plays a vital role in driving any vehicle.

Upon completion of the driving course the students make themselves and their families safer on the roads, by using the driving principles learned in Keys Driving School .

Driving is a hazard taking action! driving school alexandria kills the hazard that is included in driving. “Driving School” offers an ensured and amicable condition and the accomplished Driving School staff is prepared to give you better preparing programs that are adjusted than address your issues. “Driving School” offers cautious and safe driving preparing. Our own educators are dependably there to help enhance your tyke’s driving abilities, learning, and furthermore show them, how to forestall mischances and turn into a sheltered drive out and about. driving school alexandria not just helps you turn into a more secure and more astute driver additionally ensures others out and about by taking after the guidelines of the streets and tries to limit the oversights that are made while driving. We offer guarded driving courses, which are intended to be exceptionally compelling and simple to learn. There is one more advantage of taking in driving from expert driving school that is, the driver will feel more certain subsequent to learning driving as he/she has taken in it from the expert and certainty assumes an indispensable part in driving any vehicle. Endless supply of the driving course the understudies make themselves and their families more secure on the streets, by utilizing the driving standards learned in “Keys Driving School”. Drive Safe. It is highly important that these driving tests are taken and not only taken but aced as well. It is due to these tests that the roads can be safer for everyone. In these times when everybody is in a rush on the road and to reach on time has become a major requirement and people are always in hurry. This is one of the main reasons of the tragic road accidents that happen. Such is the intensity of these incidents that they can be highly fatal and the victims leave his friends and family to bear the consequences in the end. It is highly recommended that proper driving lessons are taken for the safety of all that are present on the road. “keys Driving school would help you to learn the proper road signs and would also give you a better understanding of the road and a better sense of the road. Our expert drivers and educators or what we like to call the “facilitators” are always there to help and to make you an expert on driving as well. Reflexes are needed A good driver can be a solution to many problems and can always play a huge part in getting you somewhere on time. Although skilled and expert driving takes experience and time on the road. Fortunately our drivers have both and are willing to pass on their skills to the people who come to learn. Many things are connected with this art f driving for example the reflexes and it is of utmost importance that the drivers has quick and agile reflexes so that he can use them in time of need and also has a good sense of anticipation while he or her is on the road. To get successful results our experts are always there to guide you and make you as good as they are.

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Victory Starts Here!

The four TRADOC functions of DESIGN. ACQUIRE. BUILD and IMPROVE are crucial to enable the Army to meet specific Army strategic aimpoints. These aimpoints are defined in the Army Strategic Plan between now and 2050 for the three chief of staff of the Army priorities of Readiness (Current Fight), Future Army (Future Fight) and Take Care of the Troops (Always). These aimpoints describe Army capabilities and conditions for the Current Fight, Next Fight and Future Fight.

TRADOC designs the future force to ensure that the United States Army remains the dominate land power in the world.

Multi-Domain Battle is the concept that will allow the Army, with the Joint Force, to maintain military dominance by developing both greater self-sufficiency and deeper joint integration to fight and win without assured air, sea, space and cyber dominance.

TRADOC recruits the next generation of Soldiers and leaders.

Improve Accessions Enterprise: The Army is Soldiers. The Army requires an accessions system that finds and recruits the best future Soldiers across the nation.

TRADOC trains the next generation of Soldiers and leaders.

Soldier 2020 will ensure all entering Soldiers have the knowledge, skills, and abilities they need to succeed in their MOS. It maximizes the Army’s use of available talent.

Lessons learned, refined doctrine and leader development merge at TRADOC to improve the Army .

  • Adapt the Institutional Army: the Army must change for the information age. New methods of training, education, career management, logistical support, financial management, communication–internal and external, and a host of others will improve the Army.
  • New Doctrine: battlefield experiences combined with new concepts require new doctrine that effectively describes how the Army will accomplish its assigned missions.
  • Talent Management: the Army must transcend its industrial age personnel management systems to fully develop and employ the talents each Soldier brings to the fight.
  • Army University: TRADOC is reforming and systematizing the Army school system to make it both more effective and more efficient.
  • NCO 2020: the future will place greater demands on NCOs. NCO 2020 ensures that NCOs have the skills, training and experiences to continue to lead the Army into the future.

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    WASHINTON The U.S. Senate voted unanimously Tuesday to confirm former Army Ranger Ryan McCarthy as the next under secretary of the Army. President Donald J. Trump nominated McCarthy in June. [read more ]

    JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va. – U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command graduated the second class of the Intermediate Leader Development Program July 21, establishing itself as a model Civilian D. [read more ]

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. The U.S. Army is implementing a plan to update mission command network software and hardware across 400 Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard units beginni. [read more ]

    WASHINGTON As Medal of Honor recipient Jim McCloughan was inducted into the Hall of Heroes Tuesday, he reflected on those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and the bond he formed with his fel. [read more ]

    After accepting the TRADOC colors, I understand the responsibility placed in my rucksack. As we design the Army, we also design the future of our nation, and that is a responsibility I will not take lightly.

    General, U.S. Army


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  • Culinary Arts #culinary #school #san #diego


    Culinary Arts Management Program

    The Mesa College Culinary Arts/Culinary Management program is one of the few in the nation that operates a classroom driven restaurant open to the public. The main cafe operates four days a week, in a restaurant-replicated environment, as part of the laboratory, preparation, and service curriculum requirements. Students learn in real-time and obtain immediate feedback from both instructors and those served. Students, faculty, staff and our community neighbors reap the benefit of extraordinary meals served at unbelievable prices

    The dining area is located behind the main cafeteria in room H-105, on the Mesa College Campus. Free parking is available for the dinner service. Click here for a map, directions and parking information.

    Lunch Service: M Fusion Cafe – Spring and Fall
    Monday-Thursday 11:15 am – 1:00 pm
    The M Fusion menu changes daily, as students work to understand the nuisances of this complex industry. Please enjoy their daily creative flair and skill, as they work to become the professionals needed in today’s growing industry.
    Made Fresh Daily – Soup, Salad, Entrees, Vegetables, Starches and Dessert.
    Entree Prices Vary – $7.00 – $9.50

    Dinners Service: Gourmet Bistro – Fall Only
    Wednesday-Thursday 4:15 pm – 6:00 pm
    Five-Course Meal – Including Appetizer, Soup, Salad, Entree and Dessert
    $19.00 – Including Coffee or Iced Tea – Tax Included
    A La Carte Prices Vary
    Take-out Available (please bring a take-home sack for your orders)

    Program Catering:
    The Culinary program students, make, design and offer catering service as part of the classroom and laboratory experience. Click here for more details.

    Going Green:
    M Fusion is going green. We have steadily changed from Styrofoam and other oil based products. We have adopted “cradle to cradle” disposables to help minimize the to-go ‘footprint’. In addition, we will continue to bring new “green” products in as they become available to our program. We do not have plastic bags for to go, so please bring a reusable sack for to-go items. All of our herbs from our Mesa’s 3 organic gardens located on the M Fusion patio, on the side of the “G” building and in the P300 area.


    Culinary careers are everywhere-in restaurants, hotels, cruise lines, private clubs, resorts, private yachts, culinary schools, hospitals, and educational institutions. You can build your career in one of these hospitality segments, or easily transfer among the segments. According to the National Restaurant Association, the foodservice industry employs more than 11 million workers, making this industry one of the leading generators of job growth in the United States and the nation’s largest non-government employer. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the restaurant industry’s growth will be more than 30 percent in the coming years.

    Culinary and foodservice professionals and owners indicate that the biggest challenge facing the industry is finding educated, competent, and well trained personnel to handle this growth. The income level of chefs, cooks, and food-preparation workers differ among regions of the country and types of food-service establishments. The highest wages typically are found in upscale restaurants and hotels in large urban cities where several executive chefs are employed or in catering.

    A major in Culinary Arts/Culinary Management will put you on track to become a culinary specialist with career options as a caterer, line cook, restaurateur, executive chef, food stylist, pastry chef, kitchen manager, private chef, entrepreneur, restaurant manager, food writer or editor, product research and development specialist, or sous chef. There are rapid promotional opportunities in this field for people with increasing skill sets and enhanced educational backgrounds.


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    University of gujrat #university #of #gujrat, #g. #d. #goenka #international #school


    Higher. Stronger. Brighter.

    The G. D. Goenka Group is a leading educational setup driven by a passion for excellence in education and quality in life, where Globalization and Internationalization are the buzz words. A galaxy of educational institutions from pre-schools to post – graduate institutes, with world class infrastructure. salubrious and well maintained Wi-Fi enabled campuses, well equipped libraries and Hi- tech laboratories and a dedicated and seasoned academics, support an ideal and conducive environment for providing education that can be benchmarked against the best in the world.

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    Our Values. Our History. Our Future.


    Explore student’s latest talents and develop their skills.

    In regard to emphasise the universal and qualitative education amongst students we always try to facilitate the child with the best in all areas. Our special educators and counsellors always be ready to this context. We provide remedial intervention on one to one basis or in small group sessions.




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    An investment in knowledge pays you the best interest.

    After spending a lot of time thinking about that beautiful, shimmering image of school the stunning successful inspiration flaunt that the “G. D. Goenka Group” is now one of the largest community of the schools, delivering best educative communications through their services to the children.


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    Top School in Pittsburgh for Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement #criminal


    Top School in Pittsburgh for Criminal Justice Law Enforcement

    School and Ranking Information

    Pittsburgh, PA, has nine schools within a 25-mile radius that offer criminal justice programs. Based on graduation rates and program offerings, the top three are Point Park University, La Roche College and Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Beaver.

    • Winner: Point Park University offers both bachelor’s and master’s degrees and is ranked among regional universities by U.S. News World Report .
    • Runner-Up #1: La Roche College is also ranked among regional universities by U.S. News World Report. It offers bachelor’s degrees.
    • Runner-Up #2: Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Beaver also offers bachelor’s degrees and features an on-campus lab.

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    Minimum eligibility requirements:
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    • Psychology programs do not lead to licensure and do not prepare an individual to become a licensed psychology professional
    • An online degree does not lead to teacher licensure in any state; online education programs are not CAE or TEA or NCATE accredited which is a requirement for certification in some states.
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    • Master of Arts in Law – National Security
    • Master of Public Administration – Emergency Management and Homeland Security
    • Master of Arts in Law – Mediation
    • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement
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  • Jefferson College of Nursing – Philadelphia University Thomas Jefferson University, nursing


    Welcome to the College of Nursing

    Our exceptional programs provide students the opportunity to advance in a successful nursing career.

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    Jefferson College of Nursing Among the Best Grad Schools for 2017

    Jefferson College of Nursing continues its record of excellence in healthcare education with recognition from U.S.News World Report s annual listing of top graduate schools.

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    Jefferson College of Nursing Designated as a National League for Nursing Center of Excellence in Nursing Education

    The Jefferson College of Nursing (JCN) has been named as a National League for Nursing (NLN) Center of Excellence in Nursing Education for the period 2015-2019.

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    Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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    We offer a fully-accredited prelicensure program option that is a proven pathway to a successful nursing career.

    Master of Science in Nursing

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    The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) prepares graduates to be advanced practitioners at the forefront of healthcare.

    Doctor of Nursing Practice

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    The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a practice doctorate designed to prepare professional nurses for scholarly practice as clinical and health systems experts.

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    The School of Positive Psychology (Singapore) Diploma in Applied Positive Psychology


    Diploma in Applied Positive Psychology

    Why do people behave in certain ways? What is going on in everyone’s mind? Why are some people happier than others? What influences our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours? Am I the same person when I’m alone or in a group?

    The course introduces students to the study of the human mind and behaviour in individuals and groups. Students will consider how aspects of their biology, ways of thinking, social environment, relationships and social identity combine to make us who we are. The course introduces the student to a wide range of psychological approaches and looks into areas such as learning, memory, emotions, and identity. Apart from learning the psychological theories, students will be taught the practical side by being exposed to the field of counseling and psychotherapy.

    The course explores the development and applications of positive psychology as a paradigm shift in the field of psychology. Positive psychology emphasizes on subjective human experiences such as happiness and well-being, positive personality traits and their influence in the group and community.

    This program will give students a head start in pursuing further studies and by adding to their existing qualifications and experience by being able to apply psychological, counselling and positive psychology principles to individual, social and organizational matters.

    Course Modules

    1. Foundation Psychology
    2. Introduction to Positive Psychology
    3. Developmental Psychology
    4. Introduction to Psychotherapy and Counselling
    5. Social Psychology
    6. Positive Emotions and Thoughts
    7. Positive Reframing Workshop
    8. Resilience Workshop

    Course Duration

    12 months, part time (Intakes in Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct)

    Entry Requirement

    • Diploma holder from Polytechnic or recognised PEI, or
    • 2 GCE ‘A’ Level H2 passes with either KI or GP, or
    • Certificate in Psychology and/or Counselling from TSPP or other recognised PEI, or
    • Mature students with minimum 2 years working experience holding either:
      • 5 GCE ‘O’ Level credits with minimum C6 grade in English or equivalent
      • ITE Higher NITEC

    Course Fee

    Course Assessment

    Assignments, role-plays, presentations, discussions, examination


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    Homeschool CCD #homeschool,catholic,ccd,psr,homeschooling,parish,school,religious #education,homeschool #ccd,homeschool #psr,ccd #at #home,psr #at #home


    Teaching religious education at home is really a wonderful option for many parents. Of course there are many parents who homeschool for every subject, but there are also parents who have their children in a public school or private school and select to do just their religion classes at home. There are a wide variety of reasons to do this. There might be scheduling conflicts with the parish’s CCD or PSR program, there might be concerns about how well the materials chosen by a parish teach the faith, or parents might simply think that teaching religion at home will not only help their children learn the Faith better, but will strengthen their relationship with their child, who, if they go to a regular school, might not be at home all that often.

    Whether Parents are allowed to do their religious instruction outside of the parish CCD or PSR program.

    One of the first questions parents have is whether or not homeschooling for CCD or PSR is actually allowed by the Church. The answer is yes! The Second Vatican Council put together a document on Christian education, Gravissimum Educationis, in which it was explained that parents, society, and the Church all have a duty regarding the education of children, but that the primary and principal duty belongs to parents.

    Since parents have given children their life, they are bound by the most serious obligation to educate their offspring and therefore must be recognized as the primary and principal educators. This role in education is so important that only with difficulty can it be supplied where it is lacking. Parents are the ones who must create a family atmosphere animated by love and respect for God and man, in which the well-rounded personal and social education of children is fostered. Hence the family is the first school of the social virtues that every society needs. It is particularly in the Christian family, enriched by the grace and office of the sacrament of matrimony, that children should be taught from their early years to have a knowledge of God according to the faith received in Baptism, to worship Him, and to love their neighbor.

    In asking whether homeschooling for CCD is acceptable, we are acknowledging that there are two different spheres of authority that appear to over lap. These two positions were admirably summarized in the text Responsibilities and Rights of Parents in Religious Education published by the Catholic Home School Network of America. On the one hand, Parents have the freedom to undertake systematic catechesis of their own children in preparation for the sacraments. For this reason, parents may use other means to catechize their children in the place of parish-sponsored programs, subject only to the doctrinal authority of the Church and to the virtue of prudence. On the other hand, Pastors have principal practical authority over the administration of the sacraments. For this reason, pastors are to judge the eligibility and proper disposition of candidates for the first reception of the sacraments and they are to set the time, place, and manner of the reception of a sacrament, subject only to the doctrine and discipline of the Church regarding sacraments and to the virtue of prudence. These two spheres of authority should not be in conflict, but should harmoniously work together for the formation of good and Faith-filled children.

    Every parish has different guidelines surrounding the reception of the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation. Unfortunately, a few parishes seem to make it difficult for parents to do their religious instruction at home, while others make it very easy. The virtue of prudence would seem to suggest that parents should acquiesce to any reasonable requirements a parish might demand. However, it would also seem that if a parish were to deny a parent’s right to conduct religious instruction at home and demand attendance at the parish’s CCD program, that such a demand would be unreasonable. The Code of Canon Law would seem to suggest that parents have the duty to choose the best means for instruction when it says Parents and those who take their place are bound by the obligation and possess the right of educating their offspring. Catholic parents also have the duty and right of choosing those means and institutions through which they can provide more suitably for the Catholic education of their children, according to local circumstances. (Can. 793 §1.)


    An excellent article, written by Benedict Nguyen, homeschooling father, canon lawyer, and Chancellor of the Diocese of La Crosse, WI, can be found here: Home Schooling in Canon Law

    Canon lawyer Dr. Edward Peters wrote a pamphlet called Home Schooling and the New Code of Canon Law which is fantastic.

    Responsibilities and Rights of Parents in Religious Education. mentioned earlier, is one of the best sources on this topic. It is published by the Catholic Home School Network of America and can be purchased here: Responsibilities and Rights at Seton Educational Media

    To learn more about the Crisis in the Catholic Homeschooling Movement when this question was pivotal and greatly contentious, read more about this period in the history of Catholic Homeschooling on! Crisis Within the Homeschooling Movement

    Recommended Religion Programs

    Religion for Young Catholics

    This series, which begins with a Kindergarten Catechism and goes through an 8th grade Church History text, is one of the most solidly Catholic programs available. With beautiful color pictures on most pages, these workbook style texts published by Seton Press are remarkably in-depth. Going far beyond the fluff content of many religion texts, the for Young Catholics series looks at foundational teachings of Catholic doctrine such as the nature and character of each of the seven sacraments, the Incarnation and Redemption, the sacrifice of the Mass, how to make a good confession, the Trinity and the angels, and of course the commandments. Parents are likely to learn almost as much as their children when going through this series. Each book has an imprimatur and they are sold at bargain prices.

    Faith and Life

    A very popular series published by Ignatius Press, the Faith and Life series is solidly Catholic and gives in-depth instruction. This series is designed to incorporate many quotations from Sacred Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Each grade level is very thematic and the overall series is described as a spiral development of catechesis .

    Didache Series

    This well-designed and beautifully laid-out series from the Midwest Theological Forum. (Yes, this is a Catholic organization despite a somewhat Protestant sounding name. It is possible the MTF also has some connection with movement/religious order Opus Dei.) The volume on Scripture was written by the noted Scripture lecturer Dr. Scott Hahn. While perhaps a little more expensive than some of the other options, this series has a lot of good qualities which might make it worth the price.

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    From the Wild West to the National Airspace System: Roadmap for Integration of Unmanned Aircraft into the National Airspace System By David Cain, J.D.1 I. History of Aviation – Unde Vinimus A. Unmanned Aviation i. Early Unmanned Efforts: From Tethered Flight to World War I ii. The Golden Age: Unmanned Flight from World War I [ ]

    Have you received an email with the subject: Delivery notification Parcel delivery failed After a few lines of pretend-data, the notice gives you the opportunity to click on a link to https://tools.usps dot [wait for it] COM! Guess what? That s a scam. According to an official United States Postal Service source, a number [ ]

    Washington, D.C.—Mesa Airlines pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA), filed a lawsuit against Mesa Airlines Inc. in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. The lawsuit alleges that Mesa bypassed the collective bargaining process required by the Railway Labor Act ( RLA ) by implementing bonus and incentive programs without [ ]

    The Railway Labor Act (“RLA”), which codifies the law of labor relations affecting railroad and airline¹ workers in the United States, can be found at 45 U.S.C. §§ 151-188 [research it]. The RLA came into being in response to a series of violent railroad strikes² during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Passed in 1926 after evolving [ ]

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    American Society of Criminology
    This international organization brings together practitioners, academics and students of criminal justice focusing on the “prevention, control and treatment of crime and delinquency”.

    Australian Institute of Criminology
    The Institute aims to provide criminal justice information services, to publish criminal justice information in a variety of formats, and to inform government, the media, and the general public of issues relating to the work of the Institute and the Criminology Research Council. Criminal justice research, publications, conference information, and statistics are just some of what’s available at this impressive site.

    Canadian Criminal Justice Association
    The Canadian Criminal Justice Association is an independent national voluntary organization working for an improved criminal justice system in Canada.

    Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence
    Blueprints for violence prevention, a collection of other violence-related resources on the Web, and access to VioLit (the Violence Literature Database) are the highlights of this site created at the University of Colorado.

    Crime Free Multi-Housing Program
    The Crime Free Multi Housing Program is a Crime Reduction Program designed specifically to help residential owners, managers, employees, police and other agencies to work together.

    Discover Criminal Justice – Criminology Programs
    An database of accredited criminology programs available in the U.S.A.

    Florida Department of Corrections – Criminal Justice Links
    A listing of governmental and non-governmental agencies and organizations in the areas of criminal justice, law enforcement, police, forensics, corrections, and other miscellaneous links. A very comprehensive site from the Florida Department of Corrections.

    Institute for Intergovernmental Research – Criminal Justice Links
    Site organized into categories: National/Federal and State/Local – Florida. From the Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR) in Florida, USA. Check out the IIR home page for other IIR projects of note.

    Justice BC – Criminal Justice Information and Support
    B.C. government’s new web-based gateway for British Columbians who want information about the criminal justice system and resources.

    LawCentral Canada
    A portal or collection of links to law-related information and educational resources on justice and legal issues of interest to Canadians.

    National Crime Prevention Council
    NCPC is an American initiative whose Mission is to enable people to create safer and more caring communities by addressing the causes of crime and violence and reducing the opportunities for crime to occur.

    National Criminal Justice Reference Service
    This is definitely the place to start your criminology research as the NCJRS is one of the most extensive sources of information on criminal and juvenile justice in the world. Includes resources on Corrections, Courts, Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice Statistics, Drugs and Crime, International, Juvenile Justice, Law Enforcement, Victims, and more.

    National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
    The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) “is the research, development and evaluation agency of the U.S. Department of Justice and is dedicated to researching crime control and justice issues. NIJ provides objective, independent, evidence-based knowledge and tools to meet the challenges of crime and justice, particularly at the state and local levels.”

    Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
    The Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics brings together data about all aspects of criminal justice in the United States. Includes tables and figures from several sources. Sourcebook is organized into topical sections including system characteristics, public opinion, offenses known, arrests, judicial processing, and corrections.

    United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
    The UNODC is a global organization focused upon fighting illegal drugs and international crime by strengthening international action using programs, projects and the exchange of information. Links also included to UN Treaties and Resolutions.

    VERA Institute
    A comprehensive site with links to pages covering all aspects of criminal justice in the United States, including government and legal information. Very up to date.

    Wanted by the FBI
    Features fugitives and missing persons.

    World Criminological Directory
    Published by the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), The World Criminological Directory covers almost 500 institutes in some 90 countries, including academic institutions, governmental institutes, NGOs, private institutes, and international organizations. The World Criminological Directory covers almost 500 institutes in some 90 countries, including academic institutions, governmental institutes, NGOs, private institutes, and international organizations.

    Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies Library
    The Library provides the leading Canadian research collection of criminological material. Links to the UTCat, the University of Toronto’s online library catalogue; also provides free access to Crimdoc, a unique database of difficult-to-obtain criminal justice grey literature; and Juristat, the primary source of Canadian crime statistics.


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    Become a Travel Agent. Free on-line Travel School. Travel Jobs #arc

    #travel agent course

    Learn How to Become a Travel Agent, Work from Home

    Becoming a travel agent is a golden opportunity to help people secure the best possible arrangements while learning more about wonderful worldwide tourist destinations. However, it can be a lot of work to even get hired by an agency.

    If you are wondering how to become a travel agent without the fuss of requirements and restrictions, then perhaps you will be interested in being an agent that works at home. AARC Host Agency has the resources you need to become an online travel agent, eliminating the need for you to physically report for work. Be your own boss and earn a living booking trips from the comfort of your own home.

    Why Should You Be a Home-Based Travel Agent Through AARC Host Agency?

    Although there are other ways to secure exciting travel agent jobs on your own, there are perks if you decide to join us, such as:

    • Free Travel Agent Training.

    AARC Host Agency will handle your training, ensuring that you have the necessary know-how to open and run your own online travel agency. With us, you will learn how to book flights, cruises, tours, and accommodations. You will also learn how to find clients on the web, and group travelers to arrange profitable deals, and much more. We want you to be competent enough to run your own travel agency and genuinely enjoy your work.

  • State-of-the-art Technology.

    Once you fully grasp the role of a travel agent, we can then supply you with your travel agent tools, such as client booking software. Why pay for these tools if you can receive them for free through us?

  • A FREE Lucrative Website that Draws Consumers

    With our pre-made website resources, it should not take too long until you start attracting customers. Your consumers will be able to book their travel arrangements on your website while you earn a profit.

    If you work with us, you can opt from 70% to 90% of all commissions earned from your sales.

    Our host agency is recognized widely by the industry, allowing our members to enjoy reduced costs when dealing with travel authorities such as CLIA, NACTA, ASTA, OSSN, ARTA, PATH, BBB, IATAN, TRAMS,, NexCite and Passport Online.

  • The Capability to offer Great Deals

    You have access to exclusive rates and vacation deals unique to our host agency. As a member of our agency, you will have access to our agent-only website, containing listings of these coveted travel specials .

  • Access to Discounted or blocked Cruise Cabins

    You can access blocked group cruise rates via our agent-only website. Use our resources to search the perfect cruise for your client.

  • AARC Host Agency Does NOT Charge Start-up Fees .

    When join our network of travel agents, you earn income from great commission. We only require you to be bonded to ensure that your clients can completely rely on you.

  • On-Going Training and Support

    We will guide you along the way as you take on one of the most innovative travel industry jobs there is. If you need further help, we will provide assistance upon your request.

    Travel agents are often invited to go on cruises and vacation destinations around the globe for free or at special travel agent rates. You can enjoy this perk once you become a travel agent with us.

  • If you are looking for fun travel agency jobs, we highly encourage you to consider our host agency’s offer. We want to be your partner to help you make the most out of your career as a home-based travel agent.

    According to the Oprah Winfrey show.


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    Everest College – Skokie, IL – Colleges – Universities #insurance, #financial


    Everest College

    High School, Secondary.

    Everest College was established in 2015, in SKOKIE, IL – Cook County and is a business listed in the categories Colleges & Universities, Business, Vocational & Technical, Elementary Schools, Secondary Schools, Miscellaneous Government, Elementary And Secondary Schools, Colleges, Universities, And Professional Schools, Schools, Vocational, Business, Executive Offices, Colleges, Universities, & Professional Schools, Government Offices, School Colleges & Universities, School Secondary & Elementary and School Business & Vocational and offers Insurance, Financial Aid Available, Career Planning, Financial Aid, Financial Assistance, Financing etc. If you did business with Everest College, please leave a review and help us improve and help other people. Also, don’t forget to mention Hubbiz.

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    Insurance Accepted, Apply by Mail

    Financial Aid Available, Career Planning, Financial Aid, Financial Assistance, Financing, Tuition Assistance, Dentistry, Massage Therapy, Accounting, Business, Day, Pharmacy, Pharmacy Technician, Body Work, HANDS-ON CAREER TRAINING IN. Medical Administrative Assistant, MEDICAL ASSISTANT, Medical Insurance Billing and Codin Pharmacy Technician, CAREER SERVICES ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE TO GRADUATES, Hands-On Training Learn by Doing, HIGHER EDUCATION


    Dental Assistant, High School Programs, Medical Administration, Pharmacy Technology, Graduate Degrees, Health Medical, Medical Assistance, Training Programs, medical office administration, Health Care, Medicine, Medical Office Administration


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    MBA Program #mba #programs, #mba #school, #mba #program, #mba #online, #best


    Master of Business Administration


    The MBA program is committed to provide students with an academic curriculum that focuses on an action-based learning model that integrates theory, research and application to real world issues. Through the courses, the MBA program seeks to foster learning environments that stimulate entrepreneurial thinking and enables students to utilize their knowledge to create and launch innovative business ventures.

    Vision and Value

    Nyack s MBA program is designed specifically for students who wish to work full-time while earning their degree. By choosing the Nyack College MBA program, students benefit from:

    Course work prepares students for the workplace with real-world business challenges, taught by faculty with superior academic credentials and a strong background in business.

    The MBA program offers locations in Manhattan, Nyack and online.

    The MBA program allows you to complete your MBA coursework in as little as 16 months, with classes held in Manhattan two weekday evenings, Nyack on Saturdays, or online.

    With an average cohort size of 15 students, the MBA program ensures you receive the personal, hands-on attention you deserve.

    The MBA is delivered in a small cohort format providing an outstanding community experience for each student. You will develop deep relationships as you work together in teams, assist each other in completing assignments, and graduate together at the end of the program.


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    College Visits and Tours for Families #planning #college #visits, #personal #assistant,


    The professionals at Custom College Visits have the in-depth knowledge and experience to create amazing college road trip experiences for your family.

    Each custom designed itinerary includes all on-campus meetings and activities, as well as coordination of travel and hotel logistics.

    Itineraries are designed based on colleges that interest your teen and each trip is scheduled according to your preferred travel dates.

    Not sure what type of college will be the best fit for your teen?

    We will plan a multi-campus itinerary that will let you and your teen explore different types of colleges and universities all based on your teen’s specific educational interests and lifestyle preferences.

    Since 2009, Custom College Visits has been privileged to assist teens and families from around the world with their college tours.

    Summer college tours can be particularly challenging for parents or teens to organize.

    Call us +1 (650) 931-4515 or (800) 930-1701 for a free consultation.

    Please scroll down to read what parents say about our college road trip itineraries.

    “A friend who is a maven in finding outstanding resources, recommended Janice and Custom College Visits as we began the daunting college selection process. We worked with Janice on two fronts; to help create a list of colleges and to set-up meaningful colleges visits. The college visits were also a lot of fun for us as a family and very informative on so many levels. More importantly Janice helped make the college selection process manageable, not so daunting after all, and we felt no stone was left unturned in this important decision.

    Tracy P. Parent of a New York City high school Senior

    Thank you so much for planning such a wondrous experience for our son. The careful attention to detail was evident at every turn. Custom College Visits planning effort provided an appropriate path of discovery for our son and for us.

    Michael C. New Jersey parent of a high school Junior

    Hi Janice, Our trip was a thoroughly enjoyable family adventure! Thank you so much for the unique opportunities that you created for our daughter at each college. Meeting with a student at Harvard, was probably the most informative way to start the entire trip. She devoted a lot of time (in the rain) providing real college life details. She swiped us into dining halls, dorms & buildings that we might not have seen otherwise. The sophomore session at Princeton was wonderful! Thank you so much for everything that you did! We really were able to get the most out of each campus visit! Best, Julie

    Julie, Parent of a high school Junior in Southern California

    I found working with Custom College Visits a very positive experience. They were able to pinpoint colleges that were best suited for my daughter and the travel plans were well organized. In addition, they were able to set up an interview with a member of a college color guard, as my daughter had expressed interest in going to a school that had a color guard. I am very pleased with my experience with Custom College Visits, and would recommend them highly.

    Mark L. Parent of high school junior in Northern California

    Lili got accepted into her first choice school today (early decision): Boston University! She is thrilled beyond belief and relieved as well. We could not have done it without your help, it was invaluable. I think the High School Honors program she did there was probably very helpful and we would not have know about it without your forwarding the information to us. You rock! So, I am tipping my hat today to both you and Lili!

    Kim T. Parent of high school senior in Kansas

    I am happy to tell you that Nivi has been accepted early decision to Brown University. She is the first ivy leaguer in our family and we couldn’t be more proud! Her decision to apply was made easier because of the excellent experience she had during her customized tour via your company so thank you so much! We will be sure to recommend you to our friends here..

    Gayathri S. Parent of high school senior Chennai, India

    Thank you again for being so good at what you do. Our trip to the US was a huge success. I was on the verge of cancelling the trip but knew I couldn’t let my son down. That I even found you on the internet was a direct answer to my prayer for a miracle. The itinerary worked very well. I knew I was in good hands even before I boarded the plane to the U.S. and your attention to detail far exceeded my expectation.

    Egbe O. Parent of international high school student

    We had a wonderful trip to Philadelphia and Boston thanks to Janice Caine of Custom College Visits. She worked out an itinerary from start to finish. We visited 9 schools and it was as smooth as possible. Janice worked out tours and information sessions as well as meetings with tennis coaches.We have boy/girl twins and both were happy which is not an easy achievement. Not only did Janice work out the schedule but she recommended great schools in both towns. We would highly recommend her.

    Phil S. Parent of high school students SF Bay Area

    “Thank you SO MUCH for your involvement in the Splash Parents’ Program this weekend! I am just reviewing the feedback forms, and your presentation received rave reviews across the board; many parents cited it as the highlight of the program for them! Some verbatim quotes include: ‘The Planning and Preparing for College Visits was a great eye opener;’ Thank you for all the effort, energy, and enthusiasm you put into making the event such a success.”

    Marisa M. Coordinator, Splash Parents’ Program Stanford University

    Our college process was two-fold. It began with getting a jump start on the standardized testing, and not waiting until spring of junior year to focus. I believe our outcome was successful because we had a well-managed plan helped along by an expert, Janice Caine, of Custom College Visits.

    Lisa L. Parent of high school students SF Bay Area

    Happy New Year! Wanted to let you know that Charlie was accepted to Johns Hopkins Early Decision! Great news and very exciting all around. Thank you for all your help.

    Beth A. Parent of a high school senior. Massachusetts


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    Iibm institute of business management #nmims, #top #university #in #india, #leading


    Mumbai Campus

    SVKM’s NMIMS Deemed to be University’s Mumbai Campus is conveniently located at JVPD Scheme, close to the Domestic and International Terminals of the airport in the financial and commercial capital of the country, Mumbai. It has 11 Schools and 1 center of excellence (viz. IIPS) in its ambit with each School operating like an independent business unit and having its separate infrastructure.

    Our Schools

    School of business Management

    The SBM educational experience aims to equip students with a bedrock of management skills to help them navigate through the complex business environment of today.

    Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering

    The institute offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs in the areas of greatest demand and scope, with a student centric environment.

    Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy & Technology Management

    Pharmacy & Technology Management is a model pharmacy school conducting various graduate, postgraduate and research programs in pharmaceutical sciences.

    Balwanth Sheth School of Architecture

    BSSA focuses on various modes of architectural education, research and practice. It emphasizes on the ever changing ethos, behavioral sciences, tools and techniques, and assimilates all in contemporary design expression

    Sunandan Divatia School of Science

    The goal of the Sunandan Divatia School of Science is to be a Center of Excellence in the domain of Pure and Applied Science by providing quality education and research

    Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce

    School of Commerce, an attempt to emulate its path breaking endeavours in other fields of education to undergraduate business education

    Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics

    The program, with its innovative pedagogy, contemporary curriculum incorporating the latest developments in Economics.

    NMIMS Global Access – School for Continuing Education

    These wide range of programmes cater to the diverse needs of working executives, management students, fresh graduates as well as housewives

    Institute of Intellectual Property Studies

    IIPS provides comprehensive training in the study and application of the various forms of intellectual properties like patents, copyrights, trademarks, designs, etc

    Kirit P. Mehta School of Law

    Legal professionals who are sincere, dedicated, knowledgeable, updated and articulative are bound to achieve recognition and reputation and hence would be in ‘demand’

    Jyoti Dalal School of Liberal Arts

    A Liberal Arts education will enable students to hone their ‘Cognitive skills, Life skills and Work related skills’ which will also help them in their Career.

    School of Design

    The School of Design will arm its students with education for the emerging Design scenario. It will employ the power of multi-disciplinary and build an eco-system to engage in ‘humanising technology’ and thus, look beyond employability to futuristic profiles.


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    MSc Science Communication at Imperial College London on #masters, #masters #admissions,


    MSc Science Communication

    AHRC-funded studentships at Imperial College – 2 Awards

    The Department of Humanities at Imperial College is pleased to announce AHRC-funded studentships. We have two professional preparation studentships to support study on the MSc Science Communication, under the specific subject area of Journalism and Publishing studies. This funding will cover tuition fees for EU students. UK students also receive a monthly bursary payment of approximately £900 for the duration of the course.

    Value of Scholarship(s)


    To be eligible for funding you must meet certain criteria which are set out in the AHRC’s student funding guide:

    Application Procedure

    Applicants who have already received an offer of a place on the course should submit a statement to Liam Watson (Science Communication administrator) at [email protected] demonstrating suitability for a studentship in the relevant subject area and explaining how the funding will benefit your future career. Applicants who have not yet applied for a place on the course must in addition complete the online application form by the deadline below.Further details on the course can be found at: deadline for submission of your statement is Friday 27th May, and you are likely to receive a decision by mid June.

    Further Information

    AHRC-funded studentships at Imperial College – Single Award

    The Department of Humanities at Imperial College is pleased to announce AHRC-funded studentships. We have two professional preparation studentships to support study on the MSc Communication, under the specific subject area of Museum Studies. This funding will cover tuition fees for EU students. UK students also receive a monthly bursary payment of approximately £900 for the duration of the course.

    Value of Scholarship(s)


    To be eligible for funding you must meet certain criteria which are set out in the AHRC’s student funding guide:

    Application Procedure

    Applicants who have already received an offer of a place on the course should submit a statement to Liam Watson (Science Communication Group administrator) at [email protected] demonstrating suitability for a studentship in the relevant subject area, and explaining how the funding will benefit your future career. Applicants who have not yet applied for a place on the course must in addition complete the online application form by the deadline below.Further details on the course can be found at: deadline for submission of your statement is Friday 27th May, and you are likely to receive a decision by mid June.

    Further Information

    Entry Requirements

    Candidates normally require a good Honours degree in a scientific or science-related subject from a UK or equivalent overseas university or college of higher education

    Course Fees

    To find up-to-date information on our fees please visit our Student Finance page (View Website )

    Email Enquiry


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    How to Become a Medical Coder #medical #coder #school


    How to Become a Medical Coder

    Updated June 29, 2017

    Medical coders work in the billing office, or “back office” of medical practices or hospitals. Medical coders help to complete, review, and process medical claims to help physician practices and hospitals get reimbursed from insurance companies for services and facilities provided to patients.

    Each medical procedure and patient encounter has a number, or CPT code, associated with it which corresponds to another code for a diagnosis (an ICD code).

    This helps insurance companies account for and track the money they reimburse to physicians and practices, to help prevent fraudulent medical claims or errors in payment.

    Skills Required

    Medical coders need to work well with numbers, and also should have a great attention to detail. While much of the job entails administrative tasks such as reviewing, processing, and submitting medical claims, some interpersonal skills are necessary. At times the medical coder may have to obtain additional information from a physician or other medical provider in the office. Also, the medical coder may have to contact insurance companies regarding questions about claims.

    Medical coders should also be comfortable working with computers and various types of medical coding and billing software programs.

    Educational Requirements and Professional Certifications

    To become a medical biller or coder, you must have a high school diploma and pass an accredited program in medical coding.

    In Practice

    Get tips on how to better manage your health practice.

    The American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) offers accredited certification courses to achieve a CPC certification (Certified Professional Coder), and other related certifications for medical coders. Courses are offered in a classroom setting, or online. Therefore, students often complete the coursework while employed elsewhere full-time.

    An accredited course should cost between $1,000 and $2,000.

    The academy recommends completion of a medical terminology course and anatomy course prior to taking the medical coding course for certification.

    Compensation for Certified Professional Coders

    There is a great deal of range and variance among coding salaries. This could be due to the fact that many coders work part-time or on a contract basis, as billing and coding needs often fluctuate throughout the year for a hospital or medical practice.

    For example, states that coding salaries range from $22,000 to $67,000 annually, in a salary search conducted in 2016. Typically, the coders with the CPC certification earn a great deal more than the non-certified coders. Also, as mentioned previously, the number of hours worked makes a huge difference in pay. Coders working full-time and/or overtime earn much more. Also, based on s job titles and salary examples, it appears that hospital-based coders (inpatient coders) earn more than office-based or outpatient coders.

    According to the most recent salary survey from the AAPC, the average salary for employed coders was $50,775, an 8 percent increase from the previous year.

    Also, the AAPC survey found that salaries increased proportionately with education and experience. Their survey also found that inpatient billers earn more than outpatient billers typically.

    What s to Like

    There is a lot to love about a career as a medical coder. Medical coders should continue to be in high-demand throughout the future of healthcare. Even though software has been developed to assist with the role, a qualified person is needed to enter the data and follow up on any discrepancies between the health care provider (physician), the hospital, and the insurance company. An effective and efficient coder is essential to the financial success of a practice.

    The coders help the physicians to get reimbursed accurately and on time. The hours for medical coders are fairly set and standard; coders don t have to take call or work nights or weekends. A 40-hour work week, Monday through Friday, is standard.

    Additionally, medical coding can be an excellent stepping stone into a more lucrative, higher-level career in medical office management or medical office operations, if you wish to earn more or do more in the long-term beyond medical coding.

    What s Not to Like

    Medical coders do not have much interaction with patients, except at times by phone or at check-out. If you prefer a job with a lot of regular interaction with patients, this role may not be for you. Additionally, medical coding can be a fairly routine job at times, so if you re looking for a lot of variety and excitement, or if you re not seeking a desk job, medical coding may not be for you.

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    Canadian Business College – Colleges in Toronto #canadian #business #college, #canadian


    Why Choose Us?

    Canadian Business College offers students a well-balanced college experience. We are nimble enough to honour your individual needs while our 20+ years of experience provides exceptional training that will help you achieve your career and life goals. At Canadian Business College, we get to know you and celebrate your successes. Then, we help you turn those successes into a fulfilling career. Read more.


    Enrolling at Canadian Business College ensures you will benefit from a supportive learning environment with faculty, staff and peers all committed to your success. We strive to help maximize your potential and encourage you to bring your very best to the classroom each and every day. Read what current students are saying about their decision to pursue their education and career goals at Canadian Business College. Read more.


    Canadian Business College diploma programs are taught by experienced instructors who specialize in their unique areas of expertise. Our faculty works diligently to pass on their real-world knowledge, skills and experience to students. The skill-based format of our programs, in combination with this real-world experience, provides students with a unique and invaluable learning environment. Meet just some of our highlighted faculty members! Read more


    Canadian Business College s Student and Career Services team helps connect the knowledge, skills and training that you acquire over the course of your studies to meaningful jobs and careers once you graduate. Our top priority is to facilitate relationships between you and the businesses, organizations and industries where you will work and further develop your skills. Read more


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    School of Health Care Administration (HCA) – OSU Center for Health


    OSU School of Health Care Administration

    The School of Health Care Administration at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences trains leaders to guide our state s hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and other health organizations. The OSU-CHS master s degree in health care administration was recently ranked the fifth-best online program in the nation .


    The Health Care Administration (HCA) program is a master of science degree in health care administration with options in health care leadership and entrepreneurship or administration. The curriculum provides exposure to management concepts, processes and techniques associated with administration and entrepreneurship functions in a variety of health care organizations. This degree is ideal for those individuals working in health care who wish to move into management or executive positions however healthcare experience is not required. This degree offers on-site courses in Tulsa as well as distance learning opportunities. This degree can be completed in class or fully online.

    The M.S. in Health Care Administration consists of 32 total hours with a creative component or thesis including six hours of general graduate level electives.

    Please note the HCA Program application deadlines:

    • Fall Admission – July 1st
    • Spring Admission – December 1st
    • Summer Admission – Please contact HCA Program Coordinator


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    Texas State School Psychology Program – Texas State University in San


    School Psychology Program at Texas State University (Texas State) in San Marcos, TX

    Request more information about the school psychology program by clicking on the links below:

    School Psychology Program

    The school psychology program at Texas State University prepares students for careers as a diagnostician, program evaluator, or school psychologist. The program focuses on diagnosis and treatment of student behavioral problems. Program courses include: child and adolescent development, learning theory, testing and observation, intelligence and motor skill development, therapeutic intervention strategies for students and families, identification and classification of disabilities and disorders affecting learning, school psychological services planning, supervised counseling practice, ethical standards and regulations. Get more details below including other Texas colleges that offer school psychology program .

    Students Enrolled in the School Psychology Program

    Get more details below regarding enrollment, academics, and school demographics. Texas State University offers a master’s degree program in school psychology.

    Students by Gender (2015)

    Source: IPEDS Survey 2012-2015: Data obtained from the US Dept. of Education’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Data may vary depending on school and academic year.

    Career Options for Graduates

    Students who have completed the School Psychology program at Texas State University, have entered into some of these more popular career paths listed below:

    Regulatory Affairs Managers


    Plan, direct, or coordinate production activities of an organization to ensure compliance with regulations and standard operating procedures.

    School Psychologists


    Investigate processes of learning and teaching and develop psychological principles and techniques applicable to educational problems.

    Career Outlook Projections ()

    According to the BLS, school psychologists employment is expected to grow at a rate of 19.6% from 2014 to 2024

    Salary Wages

    • Austin-Round Rock, TX
      • Total Employment: 570
      • Average Hourly Rate: $28.74
      • Average Annual Salary: $59770

    Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary


    Teach courses in psychology, such as child, clinical, and developmental psychology, and psychological counseling. Includes both teachers primarily engaged in teaching and those who do a combination of teaching and research.

    Source: Job descriptions, estimated salary and wages, and projected job growth are taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

    Other schools offering School Psychology Programs in Texas

    School Psychology programs are available at the colleges and universities listed below.

    C = Certificate or Award | A = Associate Degree | B = Bachelor’s Degree | M = Master’s Degree | D = Doctorate Degree (PhD,MD. )


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    Night and Evening Nursing Classes #nursing #school #at #night


    Evening Nursing Programs

    Jersey College – school of nursing offers evening nursing classes for our RN Program and LPN Program at some of our campuses in New Jersey and Florida. Our flexible curricula are designed to support students with families and day jobs and to provide the same quality nursing education in a night program that you’d receive during the day. You’ll complete all course work and clinical experiences for a certificate or degree in nursing while working around your other obligations.

    RN Night Classes

    Evening program classes are held from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm, Monday through Thursday. Some classes may also meet on weekends. Fridays during the day are open for students interested in tutoring, doing make-up work, or in need of skills or practice days. The coursework in our evening nursing program can be completed in 21 months for the RN Bridge track and 36 months for the RN generic track. Learn more about our RN Program »

    The next RN Night Program Starts May 15, 2017

    LPN Night Classes

    Evening program classes are held Monday through Thursday from 5:30pm to10:00pm, with some Saturday or Sunday classes, depending on the campus. Our campuses are also open to night students throughout the week for tutoring, make up work, and practice days. The coursework in our evening LPN Program can be completed in 18 months. Learn more about our LPN Program. »

    The next LPN Night Program starts May 15, 2017

    Evening Campus Resources

    Night students have access to all the campus resources that we offer. You’ll enjoy access to the library, the tutoring center, and career center for research and support. The cafeteria is also available so that students may have dinner before class or snacks in between classes. Hours of operation for each facility are dependent on the campus.

    Nursing Programs

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    For additional details regarding admissions, program requirements and enrollment into courses and other information regarding Jersey College please view the Academic Catalog. Training and education, not employment are being offered. No guarantee or implication of employment or salary is made. Photos contained throughout this website may be stock photos, and as such do not represent actual students, facilities, personnel or equipment. The information on this website may change from time to time. Please contact your local campus for the most current information.

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    Become a Travel Consultant with Conlin-Hallissey Travel School – Conlin Travel

    #travel agent school

    Become a Travel Consultant

    Conlin-Hallissey Travel School

    Class Description

    The CHTS program is divided into multiple units covering:

    • Orientation to the Travel Industry
    • Geography
    • Domestic Air
    • Hotels and Surface Transportation
    • Customer Service and Sales Skills
    • Fare Construction and Ticketing
    • International Travel
    • Cruises and Tours
    • Professional Development
    • Computer Reservation System Training

    The entire course is 196 hours and is offered in both day and evening sessions.

    About Conlin-Hallissey Travel School

    The limited class size at Conlin-Hallissey Travel School allows us to keep our student to instructor ratio to a very manageable level. Every student will spend individual time with the instructors, getting to know them on a first name basis and receive hands-on computer training.

    Conlin-Hallissey Travel School is a state licensed school and is approved to accept:

    • MEAP Scholarship Awards
    • UAW Union Tuition Assistance Programs
    • Michigan Rehabilitation Funds
    • Workforce Investment Act Funds
    • School payment plans
    • Credit cards

    Conlin-Hallissey Travel School is an approved test site for The Travel Institute/ASTA Tap Test. For more information visit .

    For additional scholarship information, Tourism Cares provides professional development scholarships for current travel industry professionals, and those looking to enter the travel industry and planning to complete travel certification programs. These scholarships are awarded on an annual basis with an application period in the fall. To be notified of application availability and deadlines, click here .

    Start Your Travel Career With Our Travel Agent Online Courses

    The Travel School also offers an Internet delivered travel agent online course program that allows you to study at your convenience, 24/7. Sign up for the online program!

    • Travel Career Development
    • Independent Agent (How to Become a Home-Based Travel Agent)
    • Sabre Automated Reservations Event and Meeting Planning – NEW!
    • Small Group Tour Leadership
    • Front Desk Agent


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    100 Milwaukee memories: Are you old school? #culinary #school #milwaukee


    100 Milwaukee memories: Are you old school?

    Are you “old school,” Milwaukee? You are if you remember the ice rink at Mayfair Mall. Or Samson, the Milwaukee County Zoo’s fallen gorilla. The Green Sheet. The Belmont Hotel bar. Howard and Rosemary. Ah, the Milwaukee memories.

    So many memories, so little time! Thankfully,, with the help of many of its friends, has compiled hundreds of Milwaukee memories. All of them are 100% Milwaukee. Many will make you say, “I remember that,” or “gosh, what happened to him or her?” Heck, a few of these might even bring a tear to your Milwaukee eye.

    After you read the list, pass it along to friend and be sure to use the feedback button to give us your best Milwaukee memories. And, be sure to watch for our 100 More Memories of Milwaukee, coming soon!

      1. Samson
      2. The ice skating rink at Mayfair
      3. Gimbel’s
      4. The “Milwaukee Clipper” ferry to Muskegon, Michigan!
      5. Ald. Michael McGee
      6. Albert the Alleycat
      7. The Oriental Pharmacy
      8. Howard and Rosemary
      9. Treasure Island
      10. Jay Marvin, former WTMJ radio talk show host
      11. The Bowling Game
      12. The Channel 18 news with Liz Talbot
      13. The U2 and Police concerts at The Palms
      14. Crazy TV Lenny
      15. The Starship
      16. The Belmont Hotel bar
      17. Love Rock
      18. The Pabst Brewery tour
      19. Radio Doctors
      20. Jazz with Scat Johnson on Front Street
      21. Bobby Rivers
      22. Rod Luck
      23. Farrell’s at Northridge and Southridge
      24. The Green Sheet
      25. WQFM
      26. Showbiz Pizza
      27. Public Natatorium (remember the dolphins?)
      28. The old Kopp’s Frozen Custard on Appleton
      29. Larry the Legend
      30. Jim Irwin
      31. Harvey’s Wallbangers
      32. Alan Kulwicki
      33. Cryptosporidium
      34. Miller’s Clear Beer
      35. Stormin’ Vukes
      36. MECCA
      37. Someplace Else
      38. Beer Barons
      39. Slightly Kloss Eyed
      40. The alternative newspaper, Kaleidoscope
      41. “Nelson Brothers loves you and you’ll love them too”
      42. Webster’s and Brewster’s on Downer
      43. Coffee Trader
      44. Century Hall
      45. Great Place on a Great Lake
      46. Marc’s Big Boy
      47. Schuster’s Department Store
      48. The Scene
      49. Old Smokey
      50. Layton School of Art
      51. ’82 World Series
      52. The Submarine at the end of Russell St.
      53. Milwaukee Road Train Station
      54. Bill Carlson- the Channel 4 weatherman
      55. Borchert Field
      56. Crazy Jim’s Demolition Derbies
      57. Earl Gillespie
      58. Miller Maritime Days
      59. South Division Dome
      60. Washington Park Zoo
      61. Harold Breier
      62. When Bluemound Road was in the country
      63. Tarzana
      64. Bob Kasten
      65. Outdoor Capitol Court
      66. The Milwaukee Road
      67. Schlitz Brewery
      68. Southgate Mall
      69. Pink Floyd at County Stadium
      70. Tim The Rock Roll Animal on his ledge lobbying for The Who to come to Milwaukee.
      71. Peaches Records and Tapes
      72. Dave Schulz and his jams
      73. Mamie’s Grotto (down in the Third Ward)
      74. The real Pig n’ Whistle
      75. The Grand (women’s clothing store with ad that said “She gets her clothes at The Grand”)
      76. The Bluemound Drive in
      77. The Melody Top
      78. Kressge’s Dime Store
      79. Jojo’s (where one could get jello)
      80. Pipkorn Sand and Gravel
      81. Milwaukee Journal (daily and Sunday)
      82. The Uptown Theater
      83. The Avant Garde
      84. Schwabbenhof’s Restaurant
      85. Joe Deutsche’s
      86. County Stadium
      87. The flood at Summerfest
      88. Blatz
      89. “The Carpets here at Hermax. “
      90. King Braeger
      91. Fruit Boat
      92. Dick Bacon
      93. Milwaukee Sentinel (daily and Sunday)
      94. The Bugle American
      95. Bonnie Brewer
      96. Schwartz downtown bookshop
      97. The Pillsbury silo
      98. Laurie Bembenek
      99. Sally’s
      100. Pinky’s Bowl

    We hope you enjoy this installment. Click here to read the second 100 memories. Click here to read the third 100 memories.

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    RHL School – Free Worksheets and More #worksheets, #free #worksheets, #teaching,


    RHL School – Free Worksheets and More:

    Your place to getfreeready to usequality worksheetsforteaching,reinforcement,andreview.Worksheets that are truly unique!Many of these free worksheets can serve as the basis for lesson plans.

    What Worksheets Can Be:

    Reading Comprehension

    English Grammar and Usage

    Math Problem Solving

    Research Skills

    Math Computation reports that Dr. Richard B. Hoover, an astrobiologist at NASA, believes that he has found the fossils of bacteria in meteorites. In other words, he claims to have found traces of life from outer space.

    Not surprisingly, his claim is controversial; many scientists do not accept that Dr. Hoover has come to the correct conclusion from what he has observed. Therefore, he has invited over 5,000 scientists to review his work and to publish their comments.

    Synonyms are words that have the same or similar meanings.Note the highlighted word in each selection. Underline its synonym. The first one has been done for you.

    1. This law is far from perfect. We need to change parts of it to make it fair. Unfortunately, it s difficult to amend a law.

    2. That woman s remarks are always rude! Why can t she keep her comments to herself?

    3. Don t expend too much energy on that game or you won t have enough left to use on homework.

    4. You shouldn t make a big deal about Sam s errors when you haven t even corrected your own mistakes !

    5. I ll create a new account for you if you make a list of features you want it to have.


    From Reading Comprehension Worksheet:

    Beware of the monsters
    Who dwell in the mind,
    Who grow in the shelter
    Of shadows they find.

    Beware of the demons
    Who hide from the light,
    Who only survive
    When our spirits lose sight.

    Those creatures can thrive
    Where our knowledge is low;
    They fill in the spaces
    Of what we don t know.

    Beware of the monsters
    That cause us to hate,
    To strike out in anger
    When we can t relate.

    Thanks for the start to the lives that we ve had.
    Thanks for the nights that you went without rest.
    So many memories, most happy, some sad;
    If you weren t perfect, you still passed the test,
    Holding our hands, holding back all the fears.
    Thank you sincerely for all of those years.

    So many hours that you worked to provide
    Multiplied by all the days that we grew,
    When we behaved and the times we defied,
    Never a doubt we could still count on you,
    Making our laughter and drying our tears.
    Thank you sincerely for all of those years.

    Thanks for the rules that we wished were not there.
    Thanks for the wisdom we sometimes denied.
    All the attention and all of the care,
    All the forgiveness and all of the pride,
    Pointing out faults but then calling out cheers.
    Thank you sincerely for all of those years.

    Memories from childhood stay with us forever,
    Taking us where we have been and will go,
    Pieces of life that live on and will never
    Let us forget we were young long ago.

    Sometimes I wander back into those shadows,
    Quietly being who I used to be,
    Bringing to life all the joys and the sorrows,
    Days that can t die while they still live in me.

    Holidays linger and happy times glisten;
    I can see everyone active and well.
    I can still hear them if only I listen,
    Feeling each motion and breathing each smell.

    Life has such treasures that time s always stealing;
    Nothing can ever entirely stay.
    While you are young, you can capture each feeling;
    Make all the memories you can every day.

    Luke is very competitive and loves to win when he plays sports. Kyler doesn t take sports all that seriously. So when their tennis singles match was over, it was no surprise that both boys were in a good mood, especially Luke.

    1. Which statement is most likely true?

    a. Luke won the match.
    b. Kyler won the match.
    c. The game was rained out.
    d. Kyler was given a new truck.

    Leslie s main playlist has forty rock songs, fifteen rap songs, and one country song. It also contains twelve classical instrumentals.

    2. Which statement is probably NOT true.

    a. Leslie likes music.
    b. Leslie s favorite music is country.
    c. Leslie likes rock better than rap.
    d. Leslie listens to a wide range of music.

    Read each paragraph carefully. Choose the best answer to the questions that follow.

    1. Juan loves to play games. His favorite game is chess because it requires a great deal of thought. Juan also likes to play less demanding board games that are based mostly on luck. He prefers Monopoly because it requires luck and skill. If he s alone, Juan likes to play action video games as long as they aren t too violent.

    What is the main idea of this paragraph?

    a. Juan dislikes violence.
    b. Juan likes to think.
    c. Juan enjoys Monopoly.
    d. Juan enjoys playing games.

    1. ____________________ is a good walk spoiled. Mark Twain

    2. I let my racket do the talking. That’s what I am all about, really. I just go out and win
    ____________________ matches. Pete Sampras

    3. Sure, luck means a lot in ____________________. Not having a good quarterback is bad luck. Don Shula

    4. If God had wanted man to play ____________________, he wouldn’t have given us arms. Mike Ditka

    5. It was a fun ride. I’ve enjoyed my time on the ice and I’ve enjoyed more and more people getting interested in the game of ____________________. Ron Francis

    6. ____________________ combines outdoor fun with knocking down trees with your face. Dave Barry

    7. Little League ____________________ is a very good thing because it keeps the parents off the streets. Yogi Berra

    8. If all I’m remembered for is being a good ____________________ player, then I’ve done a bad job with the rest of my life. Isiah Thomas

    Scientists have known for a long time that vitamin D is essential for humans. If children have a vitamin D or calcium deficiency, they can develop rickets, a softening of the bones. New studies are showing that people of all ages need vitamin D to help them fight off diseases by keeping their immune systems strong.

    1. The main idea of this paragraph is that vitamin D _______.

    a. is found in milk
    b. has been studied by scientists
    c. is no secret
    d. is important for good health


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    Nursing school dallas #nursing #school #dallas


    Serving Nebraska
    Border to Border

    Omaha Campus
    UNMC College of Nursing
    985330 Nebraska Medical Center
    4111 Dewey Avenue
    Omaha, NE 68198-5330

    Lincoln Campus
    UNMC College of Nursing
    Commerce Court
    1230 O Street, Suite 131
    Lincoln, NE 68588-0220

    Norfolk Campus
    UNMC College of Nursing
    McIntosh College of Nursing
    801 East Benjamin Avenue
    Norfolk, NE 68701-1709

    Kearney Campus
    2402 University Drive
    Kearney, NE 68849-4510

    Scottsbluff Campus
    UNMC College of Nursing
    WNCC Harms Building
    1601 E 27th Street
    Scottsbluff, NE 69361

    100th Anniversary Celebration
    The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing, the state s oldest publicly-supported nursing college, will celebrate its 100th anniversary beginning in October. Read more.

    Kearney Division Alumni Reunion 2017
    The 2017-2018 academic year is an exciting one for the UNMC College of Nursing and the Kearney Division. Kearney is celebrating 40 years of transforming lives and the UNMC College of Nursing is celebrating 100 years. Read more.

    Online graduate program ranked among best by U.S. News World Report
    The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing is ranked as one of the nation s Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs by U.S. News World Report. Read more.

    New center to help people manage chronic conditions
    The University of Nebraska Board of Regents today approved plans to establish the Center for Patient, Family, and Community Engagement in Chronic Care Management (CCCM). Read more.

    Gerontology Nursing Program Ranked Nationally
    The UNMC College of Nursing’s online adult/gerontology advanced practice graduate program has been ranked by as seventh among the top 30 nursing gerontology degree programs offering the best value to students. Read more.

    RN to BSN Early Admission Program
    UNMC College of Nursing has teamed with the state s community colleges to provide early, guaranteed admission to the RN to BSN program for qualified students enrolled in associate degree nursing programs. Read more.


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    Cascade Culinary Institute #culinary #school #in #portland #oregon


    “By attending Cascade Culinary Institute, I’m getting the same education
    as I would at a private school for a lot less money”


  • “I want to thank the CCI faculty for providing me an excellent culinary education.
    What continually struck me was how strong the student focus was. It was evident that
    the best interests of the students were paramount.”


  • “After a short time at CCI, the students, chefs, and faculty became family. CCI
    provided me with a unique and challenging experience, that set the foundation for
    my career in hospitality.”


    Future Students

    Join us for a Future Student Orientation. Tour our state-of-the-art culinary facility and see the inside workings of the school, meet faculty, watch a cooking demonstration (and taste!) and enjoy dinner at Elevation, our student run restaurant.
    Cascade Culinary Video
    Residence Hall Information

    Academic Programs

    CCI, at Central Oregon Community College, offers competency-based instruction in a nurturing environment, with an emphasis on sustainability. Certificates and degrees include Culinary Arts, Baking and Pastry Arts, Sustainability, Nutrition and Restaurant Management.

    State of the Art Facilities

    Our new Jungers Culinary Center on the Central Oregon Community College campus, boasts three instructional kitchens, a demonstration theater and Elevation student-operated restaurant, which serves an applied learning environment.
    Our Technology

    Student Activities

    Cascade Culinary Students often take field trips to learn more about food production and preparation, not to mention having fun!
    Lummi Island Trip

    Great Value

    We offer exceptional value and highly competitive tuition rates. Border state tuition rates apply to residents of CA, ID, NV and WA.
    Program Costs

    Request Information

    Want to learn more about Cascade Culinary Institute at Central Oregon Community College? Contact us today!
    Information Request

    Community Outreach


    Cascade Culinary Institute is located on the Central Oregon Community College campus.
    Check out COCC
    Campus Walking Tour

    Bend, Oregon

    Bend is a recreation mecca with over 300 days of sunshine a year. It’s the perfect place to combine getting a serious education with having serious fun.


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  • Fox World Travel School Online – Prepare for a Career in

    #travel agent school

    Travel School

    Are you ready for a career in the travel industry?

    Do you enjoy sales, are customer-oriented, and love to travel?

    We invite you to enroll in the Fox World Travel School Online Program.

    Travel Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. As the industry evolves, so has our organization’s commitment to providing comprehensive programming for those interested in pursuing a career in the travel industry.

    • To teach our students the skills necessary to be successful in the travel business; salesmanship, interpersonal communication and reservations system operations.
    • To provide our students with the basic knowledge to prepare for a career in the travel industry, including: geography, ticketing, travel products, services and standard procedures.

    Through Fox World Travel School Online; students can enroll, access class materials, take exams, check grades, and communicate with instructors from the comfort of their home. Students are given six months to complete the online travel training with a score of 75% or higher to pass.

    After completing the online travel training school, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be professionally prepared to search for a fitting career in the travel industry.

    The cost of the program is $2,100 financed or $2,000 when tuition is paid in full prior to beginning the program. Your tuition covers course training, and all textbooks and workbooks needed for the online travel school program. Training materials will be sent to your home upon registration.


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    Clinical Psychology #sas, #school #of #arts #and #sciences, #rutgers #university, #state


    The clinical science program at Rutgers is designed for students with a primary interest in research and scholarship in addition to clinical practice. The majority of the faculty have a cognitive or behavioral approach to assessment and treatment, and the program is geared primarily to students who wish to receive this type of training. There are also more limited opportunities for students whose interests are eclectic and who may supplement training in cognitive behavior therapy with courses and supervised experiences in other approaches (e.g. family systems). For students whose primary interests are in the practice of clinical psychology, the University also offers graduate training in clinical psychology leading to the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree through the separate Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP).

    The Clinical Ph.D. program at Rutgers University has been an American Psychological Association accredited training program since 1965. Questions about APA accreditation status can be directed to the program or to the APA Office on Accreditation at (202) 336-5979, or by mail at 750 First St. NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242

    We are a member of the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science, a coalition of doctoral and internship training programs that share a common goal of producing and applying scientific knowledge to the assessment, understanding, and amelioration of human problems. Membership in the Academy is granted only after a thorough peer review process. The Rutgers Clinical Ph.D. program was recently accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System, as well. Our membership in the Academy and accreditation by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System indicates that we are committed to excellence in scientific training, and to using clinical science as the foundation for design, implementing, and evaluating assessment and intervention procedures. We view clinical psychology as a specialty area within the discipline of psychology, and believe that research, scholarship, and clinical application should be firmly grounded in the core knowledge base of psychology as a science.

    The core clinical faculty are drawn from the Department of Psychology, the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology. the Center of Alcohol Studies. and the adjacent Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. The breadth of faculty interests and expertise in research permits students to create a program of study tailored to their particular scholarly interests. Clinical faculty conduct research on cognitive and behavior therapies, health psychology, psychophysiology, applied behavior analysis, prevention, substance abuse, emotional intelligence, cognitive functioning, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, and autism. Students have the opportunity to work with child, adolescent, adult, and older adult populations in multiple research labs at Rutgers and affiliated institutions.

    The training approach relies heavily upon a mentorship model of training. Students are matched with a research mentor when they begin their graduate training program, and involve themselves in one or more research projects upon entering the program, initially as apprentices in ongoing projects, and subsequently as independent investigators. Students may study not only with clinical psychology faculty, but also with non-clinical researchers in the Psychology Department, and it is not uncommon for students to participate in more than one research group. Equally important is the goal of helping students to develop clinical skills. As in the research component of the program, our philosophy is that an apprenticeship model is most effective in teaching clinical skills. Students have available as role models a large number of faculty members who embody the clinical scientist concept. These faculty not only conduct research, but also are experienced clinical psychologists who are directly involved in clinical practice of various kinds. Students also have access to doctoral faculty in the Psy.D. program who focus primarily on clinical practice.

    Our graduates consistently score well on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) exam and the vast majority go on to attain licensure to practice psychology. Despite this, our program is primarily a research-focused program and is not a good match for students interested in careers focused primarily on clinical service delivery. For additional information about Clinical Ph.D. program selection and admissions procedures, please see a website that provides information and resources that may be helpful in your graduate school selection process.


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    College Graduate Resume Example #resume #for #grad #school #application #sample


    College Graduate Resume Example

    Updated August 11, 2015

    The following is a resume sample for a recent college graduate. The resume includes an education section, related experience and other experience sections, GPA, and study abroad information.

    College students and recent graduates with limited employment histories often include unpaid internships, volunteer work, and positions in school organizations in their resumes. Even if these are unpaid positions, they can still display the qualities that will make you a strong candidate for a job opening.

    College Graduate Resume Example

    432-543-6543 Cell: 333-123-1234
    35 White Street
    New York, NY 10001

    Bachelor of Arts,ABC University. New York, NY, May 20XX

    Double Majors: English and Latin American Studies
    Minor: Spanish
    Overall GPA 3.875; Honors each semester
    Study Abroad: Bogota, Colombia – January 20XX

    Library Assistant,Cervantes Library. ABC University

    Sept. 20XX- present

    • Assist students with research best practices
    • Designed a presentation, published to University website, outlining how to most effectively use all of ABC University s library facilities in undertaking a basic research project
    • Perform general administrative duties to support professional staff
    • Received award for Outstanding Student Employee of the Year due to excellent customer service and research skills

    Intern,Calles y Sueños Cultural Space. Bogotá
    Spring 20XX

    • Helped design and implement programs in which community-based artists traveled to schools to work with children, teaching them about expression through art
    • Assisted in teaching complimentary English lessons to community members

    English Tutor,Queens, NY
    Jan. 20XX – May 20XX

    • Assisted student in writing and proofreading essays, focusing utilizing rhetorical devices

    Volunteer at Community Library. Queens, NY
    Jan. 20XX – May 20XX

    • Catalogued thousands of donated books, CDs, and DVDs
    • Started weekly book group for elementary students to learn basic Spanish words through listening to children s books read aloud and translated

    Summer Counselor,NY Arts Camp
    Summer 20XX – Summer 20XX

    • Coordinated cultural outings for children aged 10-13 i.e. trips to the theater, musical concerts, and museums including backstage conversations with artists when possible
    • Helped students to plan, advertise, and hold their own artistic performances and exhibitions

    Swim Team Assistant Coach,Brooklyn, NY
    Summer 20XX

    • Taught 6-8 year olds to swim the four major strokes
    • Designed drills to keep swimmers engaged and motivated for an hour every morning
    • Trombonist in All-state wind ensemble, section leader in jazz band
    • Arts Culture Editor, PS 101 High School Paper High School

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    Master s in Film and Media Production #film #school, #ma #degree,


    Master’s in Film and Media Production

    Overview of our MA in Film and Media Production

    The Academy makes the accelerated schedule possible by creating an extended academic year, allowing students to complete three full-length semesters in one calendar year.

    New York Film Academy MA degree programs are offered only at our Los Angeles campus.

    Throughout the filmmaking MA program each student writes, shoots, directs, and edits eight films, and works on at least 20 more.


    The New York Film Academy Master of Arts (MA) in Film & Media Production is a three semester accelerated graduate program. Designed to educate aspiring content creators, it is a hands-on, total immersion, professional course of study. Each student will create eight of their own film media projects in an array of formats and genres. They will work in collaboration on their classmates’ projects on at least 20 more. The capstone of the MA Film and Media Production program is a written thesis paper exploring the ideas and themes that are studied during the course of the entire program. MA students will have opportunities to develop and deepen their thesis papers in the second semester of their studies in Thesis Development class, under the expert guidance of NYFA’s professionally active faculty. Students will then progress to finalize their thesis work in the third semester, in Thesis Review.

    Film and media production is constantly evolving in the 21st century — and so is the New York Film Academy’s filmmaking Master’s program. NYFA’s filmmaking MA program provides creative visual storytellers with the skills needed to thrive and succeed. The intensive curriculum challenges students, develops their skills, and prepares them for the new and evolving production world of today. Students will gain experience shooting their projects on the newest in HD, film, and digital equipment, from Canon 5D to Red Dragon, as well as classic film cameras like Panavision and Arriflex.


    MA Filmmaking students begin their immersion in film production through a series of intense classes in directing, screenwriting, cinematography, and editing. These classes support a number of short film productions that quickly put students’ skills into practice and assist them with developing proficiency in the overall production process. Each student will direct four short film/media projects in the first half of the semester.

    Students will also develop their leadership and collaborative skills through fulfilling the essential roles of Director of Photography, Assistant Camera Operator, and Gaffer (Lighting Technician) on the films of their classmates.

    Dialogue production is explored in depth in the second half of the semester while classes in directing, screenwriting, and editing continue. The final project of the semester is the digital dialogue film, which students will write, direct, and edit.

    Throughout the semester students are immersed in a course about the changing formats of media production in today’s entertainment marketplace. This course prepares them to undertake production of their thesis film in semester two either as a short film or as a new, still developing format, such as webisode, or content for mobile applications.

    The combination of these classes will prepare students for the second semester and production of their Thesis Projects.


    • Art, aesthetics, and technique of visual storytelling including directing, cinematography, and editing.
    • Fundamentals of film production and digital editing.
    • Survey and examination of contemporary media formats and distribution vehicles from a content creator’s perspective.
    • Fundamental training in acting and directing actors.
    • Immersion in screenwriting craft.
    • Develop an ability to collaborate with — and lead — a student film crew.


    • Write, direct, and edit four short film/media projects.
    • Crew as cinematographer, gaffer, and/or assistant camera on approximately 12 additional films.
    • Write a short film script with dialogue.
    • Write, direct and edit a dialogue film.
    • Successfully complete Production Lab exercise.


    The second semester of the Master of Arts in film and media production program challenges students to develop their craft artistically and technically, and to progress beyond their earlier achievements with the medium. Building upon the filmmaking foundations learned in the previous semester, students continue with their directing, screenwriting, cinematography, and editing classes.

    Film Production Lab Two, an intensive in the field production class, provides instruction in all of these areas through a series of “in the field” productions. The development of professional on-set conduct, leadership, and collaborative skills are also rigorously developed in this class.

    The branding and marketing required to make an entrance into the crowded contemporary media field is studied at length prior to production of the thesis project. This allows students time to acquire any provisions they need to successfully promote the project.

    The last film project of the filmmaking MA is the Final Film: a single production of up to 15 minutes in length, or multiple shorter media projects. It may be a short film intended for film festivals and distribution which incorporates all of the disciplines instructed throughout the semester, or a new format as studied in the Media and Society class. Current examples include webisodes, branded entertainment, short TV pilots, or commercials. The students’ ambitions and capabilities as evidenced in the thesis project are expected to increase from the first semester projects. Students will also expand their knowledge of production and collaborative abilities through acting as crew members on five of their classmates’ productions.

    Intensive classes in post-production assist the student not only with completing the final steps of the filmmaking process, but also with developing an ability to give and receive editorial and creative feedback on their project.


    • Advance in proficiency in the fields of directing, editing, and cinematography.
    • Develop an increased ability to produce short films at a higher level.
    • Advance in proficiency in collaboration and leadership skills.
    • Acquire a comprehension of branding and marketing as required to promote the thesis project.
    • Develop an ability to give and receive constructive editorial and creative feedback on a project.


    • Direct and edit a thesis project of up to 15 minutes in length (shot on 16mm film, 35mm film, or High Def).
    • Develop proficiency with the second semester equipment package.
    • Participate as a principle crew member in five fellow students’ films.
    • Direct or DP a Film Production Lab Two project.


    The thesis project will be presented in a movie theater for an invited audience. Students are responsible for inviting all guests. This public screening is not part of the formal evaluation process, but serves as a celebration of the students’ progress and achievements thus far.

    Course Descriptions


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