Your ideas will never take off if you lack the necessary tools to get them out into the world. Mateo Askaripour Published 11:00 am CST, Tuesday, January 29, 2019 Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill | Getty Images Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill | Getty Images Want to Be More Successful? Write Better. Here's How. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery I wrote my way up. From an intern to a community manager to an entry-level sales rep to a manager to a senior manager to a director. But when I started out, I didn’t understand what writing was. At least, not in a professional sense. To me, writing was simply a way to communicate basic … [Read more...] about Want to Be More Successful? Write Better. Here’s How.
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Canisius College cross-country runner Emily Scheck was disowned by her family this summer after her mother learned that she was dating a woman. Scheck – who had $US20 to her name when her parents forced her to choose between conversion therapy and their continued financial support – has struggled to find money for food, books, and tuition despite working two jobs just to make ends meet. In response to Scheck’s dire situation, her friends set up a GoFundMe page with the goal of raising $US5,000 to cover some of those expenses, but within days they had brought in upwards of $US25,000. Somebody at the school or the NCAA took notice and forced Scheck and her roommate to choose between continuing to compete on the cross-country team or keeping the money they had raised. Canisius College cross-country runner Emily Scheck had only $US20 to her name when she lost everything. This summer, Scheck’s mother learned that she was dating a woman and forced her to … [Read more...] about Gay college athlete who was disowned by her family is in danger of losing her eligibility because her friends raised money to help her eat and pay bills
Myerscough College’s floristry department has been shortlisted for national recognition in this year’s British Florist Association awards. The awards recognise the best in the industry with a prestigious annual ceremony and Myerscough has figured heavily in the nominations yet again. The college has been shortlisted in the category of Training Provider of the Year, highlighting the excellent provision provided for floristry and floral design. In addition, four staff members – Sam Cook, Susanna Brandon, Val Kenyon and Nicola Harrison – are nominated for Floristry Tutor of the Year. Finally, two Myerscough students – Bekki Smyth, who is from Carnforth, and Emily Waddington – have been nominated for Floristry Student of the Year, highlighting their outstanding work and dedication throughout the year. Now in their seventh year, the BFA Industry Awards have established themselves as the place to be recognised within the industry. Each autumn the awards … [Read more...] about Myerscough College floristry department nominated in national awards
0 Have your say Tony Wagstaff has every faith in a Doncaster training company's work when it comes to helping people into work. Last year he feared he was on the scrapheap after losing his job at a warehousing firm and then a charity, at the age of 56.He turned to Free2Learn on Cleveland Street for help, taking one of their courses in November. By December he was back in work - on the books of Free2Learn as one its its security and facilities staff."I didn't think I'd work again when I came here," he said. "It is so good to be back in work again."He is one of around 1,500 people who receive training through the firm in the borough last year, with around 75 per cent of them finding work through their schemes, according to the company's figures.Many of them are referred by the job centre, and most are people who, like Tony, fear they will not be able to find work.Chief commercial officer at Free2Learn, Andrew Hibbitt, believes one of the keys to success in getting people back … [Read more...] about Doncaster training firm is helping residents back into jobs including minding US rapper Eminem
The new high end jobs for Derry represents an “exciting opportunity” for graduates and professionals in the North West, local educational figures have stated. The majority of the 305 new jobs announced by Invest NI and FinTru this week will be channelled through a special Graduate Academy being set up by the North West Regional College in partnership with Ulster University and the Department for the Economy’s Assured Skills Programme. The new Graduate Academy will train successful applicants for jobs at FinTru.FinTrU is a multi-award winning financial services company which helps investment banks reach their regulations, the company’s chief executive, Darragh McCarthy told the ‘Journal. ‘ Invest Northern Ireland’s Chief Executive, Alastair Hamilton announced on Tuesday that in total, 605 new jobs will be created over the next five years by the company in Derry and Belfast, where the firm already employs around 250 people. Mr Hamilton said the … [Read more...] about New graduate academy at NWRC will train potential staff