Mentorship

Can experienced workers be supervised?

SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers questions from Human Resources as part of a series for USA today. Do you have an HR or professional question that you would like answered? Submit it here. I recently took a side career position. The region where I moved …

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Google signs MoU with Karnataka government to support local start-ups

In another boost for start-ups in Karnataka, Google has now partnered with the state government to support emerging local start-ups and create opportunities through digital skills. For the same, Google has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the government of Karnataka to support their vision of promoting innovation and …

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Afghan Women’s Circle connects refugee women to community and mentorship

Courtesy of Fereshteh Ganjavi Nelofar Sorosh, 26, a doctor and the first Afghan woman to run a 250 kilometer ultra-marathon, fled Afghanistan with her family last October. After more than seven months in Mexico, they crossed the border into the United States as humanitarian parolees. Sorosh then had a year …

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“Rich in Perspective”: Writing program mentors emerging Indigenous writers

EDMONTON — Whether it’s dealing cards in a casino or working in oil camps in northern Alberta, addiction counselor Justin Buffalo turns heartbreak into stories steeped in comedy and urban legend. Buffalo, 34, was raised by his grandmother on the Samson Cree First Nation south of Edmonton. He had a …

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Sagicor launches mentorship program with Wolmer’s Boys’

Shanakay Dyer, SagicorLEAD Member and Payments Associate at Sagicor Bank, holds a ‘reason’ with Wolmer’s Boys’ School students Orion Isaacs (center) and Conroy White. Through its SagicorLEAD initiative, Sagicor Group Jamaica has launched a mentoring program in partnership with Wolmer’s Boys’ School called “The I-Care Programme”. “Sagicor decided to partner …

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Call for Support, Education and Mentoring as a Solution to Indiana’s Nursing Shortage – Inside INdiana Business

The nursing profession dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries and has been an industry affected by minor bumps and bruises to extreme illnesses. Over the past few years, however, nurses across the country have been impacted by COVID, and although we are in the endemic phase, it is …

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The workshop provides professional support, guidance and mentorship to girls

Local service organization Soroptimist International of Oakdale held its annual “Dream It, Be It Career Support for Girls” workshop on Saturday, October 22 at the Oakdale Youth Building. Jessica Birchall, Oakdale Emeritus Young Lady and Senior at Oakdale High School, served as the keynote speaker, sharing personal experiences and providing …

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Inspiring entrepreneurial excellence | Penn StateAltoona

Each semester, students in Penn State Altoona’s Sheetz Fellows program participate in real-life projects to enhance their academic experience. This year, three members who have a personal connection to the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) are using it as one of their team projects. Jackson Boyer, Sam Fiore and Brad Shaffer …

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Trinidad and Tobago turns to the Jamaican Junior Stock Exchange to help its SMEs | New

(CMC) – The government of Trinidad and Tobago says it is using the “very successful” model set up by Jamaica with its Junior Stock Exchange to develop one for its small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Finance Minister Colm Imbert said it should be noted that Jamaica has had great success …

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Remote work is here to stay. Bend down, employers.

Many working parents have experienced some version of these stressful scenarios: an essential meeting is happening, a subway is delayed, you’re stuck in traffic. The daycare pick-up deadline approaches, minutes tick by, and you’re trapped in a conference room, on the train, or in a bumper-to-bumper traffic jam, knowing you’ll …

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Twenty questions to answer before applying to the doctoral school

Photo submitted The Multicultural Center is thrilled to partner with the Student Success Center to bring Justin Grimes to campus at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, October 25, at the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Enterprise Development. The center has purchased books to give …

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A singing star emerges from the Kalk Bay metro

Morne Holland has been partying in the streets of Kalk Bay and Simon’s Town for years, PHOTO: Supplied Living across the street in the quaint village of Kalk Bay, Morne Holland has been entertaining locals and tourists alike for years. With luck, Holland was accepted to take part in the …

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Emefa Kuadey Wins Bay Fashion Fund Award

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Bay is pleased to announce that Emefa Kuadey, designer and founder of israella KOBLA, has been selected as a recipient of The Bay’s Fashion Fund, an initiative designed to mentor and support emerging BIPOC designers in Canada. Kuadey received a $25,000 grant coupled with a three-year mentorship program …

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UNT Helps Rural Texas Connect to STEM – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The University of North Texas helps rural communities connect to STEM education – science, technology, engineering, and math – through local radio shows called “Raise Up Radio.” The idea was born out of the pandemic when many students left classrooms to learn online. “People say, ‘Oh, there’s broadband everywhere,'” said …

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Chef Wayne Carrington, founder of Vibe N Slurp, talks about finding inspiration and acting on it

Take away food : Tangible mentorship – Chef Wayne Carrington has always been a service man. His background as a New York City police officer provided him with a unique perspective that he incorporated into his restaurant company’s mentorship program, which prepares participants to run a real restaurant. Lifelong learning …

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Celtics’ Mfiondu Kabengele grateful to receive mentorship from Jaylen Brown

Boston Celtics center Mfiondu Kabengele is grateful to receive mentorship from teammate Jaylen Brown. The 25-year-old appreciates his help. In July, Kabengele signed a two-way contract with the Celtics. During training camp, Brown asked the 6’9″ center if he studied all the plays. It turned out that Kabengele needed his …

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SMIF Mentoring, Plainview Business Owner Learns Balance – Post Bulletin

PLAINVIEW — Amanda Brees started practicing yoga 20 years ago. Ten years ago, she saw an opportunity to turn it into a business. Brees, an Army National Guard veteran, began this journey into yoga and complementary therapies after his military service. When Brees launched her business, Yoga of Relationship, in …

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Aiken County Siblings Teach Parenting and Mentoring Skills to Children in Aiken | Sunday clothes

One minute a student is doing homework and the next minute the kids are fighting each other. Instead of staying home after a long day of school, Aiken County kids have a safe and fun place to go with Aiken County siblings. The Aiken County Public School District continues to …

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Assisterhood Industry Mentorship Scheme Expands, Announces NSW and VIC Leaders – Campaign Briefing

September 29, 2022, 10:22 a.m. | BY Kim Shaw | 1 comment With strong growth in both QLD and VIC, Assisterhood is going national – announcing its expansion to an NSW program in 2023. Assisterhood is a 1:1 industry mentorship program that connects underrepresented people in creative and communications to …

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Mentorship program points North Park’s young men to a successful path – NBC 6 South Florida

Every Wednesday, young men ages 16-24 from Miami’s North Park community gather to learn more about life. “People skills, conversation skills, respect, things like that,” Caleb Washington said. “I carry myself just like a young man.” Washington, 20, is one of a dozen young men participating in the North Park …

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Fifth annual mentoring day scheduled for October 21 – Troubadour

SFU graduates from various Shields School of Business majors who are now working and succeeding in various careers will return to SFU on October 21 for the University’s fifth annual Mentoring Day. Mentorship Day provides current students with the opportunity to gain valuable insight and advice from former students who …

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Women’s Group Spotlights Latino Artists, Offers Mentorship in Indiana – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A group of women are developing new ways to ensure all Latino artists have a voice in Indiana. “There’s so much talent in Indy and Latinas are as talented as anyone else, and we’re so happy about that,” said Mirvia Sol Eckert, co-founder of Indy Latina Artists. …

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Black Girls Dream Tour offers mentorship and inspiration

Black Girls Dream Tour offers mentorship and inspiration Updated: 8:36 PM CDT Sep 17, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript ONCE AGAIN MONDAY MORNING THIS AFTERNOON AN EVENT TO BUILD A BETTER FUTURE FOR MEMBERS OF OUR COMMUNITY. WVTM 13 CHIP SCARBOROUGH IS LIVE IN BIRMINGHAM WITH MORE ON THE DREAM …

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GR Chamber Invests in Black and Maroon Owned Businesses

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce is expanding assistance to Black and Brown-owned businesses. The chamber recently launched its new “Centre for Economic Inclusion,” designed to fill important gaps in the city’s business scene. Of the 11,000 businesses in Grand Rapids that earn $250,000 or more …

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DEEL provides funding to increase educator diversity and organizational development

An African American female teacher teaches a disabled girl to use a digital tablet in elementary school. school and education concept By Aaron Allen, The Seattle Medium As we continue to witness the devastating effects the pandemic has had on our community’s education efforts to rebound and recover in the …

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Brigham Young University removes LGBTQ brochures from freshman welcome bags

Brigham Young University removes LGBTQ pamphlets from freshmen welcome bags for violating religious college policy on same-sex relationships Mormon-influenced college says it wants students to refer to its new home office Brochures contained information about off-campus LGBTQ events and resources for scholarship funding and mentoring A student said she had …

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Out for Undergrad & Queer Capita Team Up to Launch Music Mentoring

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, Sept. 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Just in time for a new academic year, New York-based nonprofit organization Queer Capita (@queercapita) is partnering with LGBTQ2+ organization Out For Undergrad ( @outforundergrad) as part of their 2022 Marketing Conference programmatic offerings. Working with O4U Marketing to create …

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Meet Amanda Leduc, Writer-in-Residence Mabel Pugh Taylor 2022-23 – Daily News

Hamilton-based author Amanda Leduc is the 2022-23 Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence. (Photo by Trevor Cole). BY Tina Depko, McMaster Library August 31, 2022 Amanda Leduc remembers the impact of mentorship on her writing and now seeks to do the same for others. Leduc is the new writer-in-residence for Mabel Pugh …

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HUL to offer grants to Indian startups working on plastic waste solutions

New Delhi: Consumer packaged goods company Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) on Tuesday announced the launch of a program that will provide grants and mentorship to Indian tech startups working in the field of plastic waste management and circularity . The Transform Plastics Challenge is a joint initiative between Unilever, the …

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The place of men: mentoring, agriculture and social justice

CHARLOTTE, NC – Right in the heart of Charlotte, just past Fred Alexander Park, stands a strong tribe, rooted in their roots, unified and dedicated to changing the lives of Charlotte’s black youth. With a commitment to expanding young minds, The Males Place continues to be one of Charlotte’s deepest …

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Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital Department of Nursing Launches Fellowship and Mentorship Program – Shaw Local

LAKE FOREST — The Department of Nursing at Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital has launched a new program for North Chicago High School graduates attending the College of Lake County in a healthcare career. The Leading Young People Navigating a Medical Career in the Community program was created to help …

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USDA Research Center in Lubbock Commemorates 20+ Years of Contribution to the Animal Husbandry Industry : USDA ARS

Contact person: Maribel AlonsoEmail: [email protected] LUBBOCK, TX, August 23, 2022—The USDA Agricultural Research Service, Animal Husbandry Problems Research Unit, today hosted an open house to commemorate 23 years of accomplished research and contributions to the beef, dairy and swine industries. The event was kicked off by key leaders of the …

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10Pearls FYP Acceleration Program — x Mentee Experience. | by Fatima Yousif | August 2022

If 10Pearls is your dream technology company/software company in Pakistan, you have rightly come across the briefing for this opportunity. The 10Pearls FYP Accelerator Program is a mentoring opportunity for 3rd/4th year students for their respective FYP (end of year project). This program will only provide mentoring for your FYPs …

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Lakeside Medical Center and Palm Beach State Launch Medical Partnership

BELLE GLADE — Palm Beach State College will join Lakeside Medical Center this fall to launch a mentorship program to fill vacancies at the county’s only public hospital. The partnership, announced this week, will provide students with training opportunities and allow medical center employees to return to the classroom. “It’s …

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100 Ashanti Region students receive leadership and entrepreneurship training

A hundred students from Aboabo Kesse in the Ashanti region have been trained and supervised by Fab Hub on career guidance. The training aims to prepare and expose young people to fundamental life skills, leadership, entrepreneurship and technical skills. The mentorship program aims to harness leadership opportunities on personal, professional …

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Sarah E. Ray’s life will be celebrated at the Freedom Arts Festival

Tia Graham Little is known about civil rights pioneer Sarah Elizabeth Ray. Often considered Detroit’s other Rosa Parks, she was denied a seat on the Boblo boat while attending a school trip in 1945. She was then only 24 years old. Ray took his case all the way to the …

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Grab a bite at the new Turning Tables Tavern & Eatery in Turner Hall

It’s officially time for a bite to eat at Turning Tables Tavern & Eatery, the innovative new restaurant inside Turner Hall, 1034 N. Vel R. Phillips Ave. The concept, which launched with a fundraising grand opening last weekend, is led by Emerald Mills, founder of Diverse Dining, who has partnered …

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Apple Entrepreneur Camp 2022 for Black Founders

Deadline: August 24, 2022 Applications are open for Apple Entrepreneur Camp 2022 for Black Founders. Apple Entrepreneur Camp consists of an immersive technology lab, as well as mentorship, education, and support. Apple Entrepreneur Camp was created to support founders from underrepresented communities and their organizations in building the next generation …

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Nick Faldo gives an emotional departure after 16 years as a CBS golf analyst

Comment this story Comment Asked by his longtime broadcast partner Jim Nantz for his “final thoughts on this remarkable run,” Nick Faldo was momentarily unable to muster a convincing answer. At the end of a Sunday television broadcast marked by tributes and displays of emotion, Faldo broke down in tears …

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17-year-old shot and injured as advocacy group urges community to get involved

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article has been edited to accurately reflect the victim’s age. INDIANAPOLIS — Youth advocates are advocating for community involvement after a 17-year-old was injured in a shooting this week. The student attends VOICES Corp, an Indy nonprofit organization that raises awareness and provides educational alternatives for young …

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Lauren B’s Jr. Beauty Boot Camp Offers Cosmetology Classes for Aspiring Young Entrepreneurs

Lawrence B.The Jr. Beauty Boot Camp trains the next generation of cosmetology experts through the power of mentorship, inspiration and innovation. Located in the West Oak Lane neighborhood of Philadelphia, the Beaute Box Salon has become a community staple for its notable efforts to teach girls ages eight to 17 …

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Free Chase Mentorship Program Helps Minority Entrepreneurs Thrive

Business owners of all sizes and stages can benefit from mentorship to help them navigate the path to entrepreneurship. For Black, Hispanic and Latino entrepreneurs in particular, access to a mentor can be the difference between success and failure given the unique set of barriers they often face when it …

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Lufkin’s brunch with brothers provides role models for young men

LUFKIN, Texas (KTRE) — Brunch for Brothers was started with a simple principle: to help young people around Lufkin in any way possible. While the group meets monthly for their brunch, what they do for young men goes beyond that. “They’re trying to take these young men and keep us …

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Pathways Academy partners with Big Brothers, Big Sisters

LITTLE ROCK — The University of Arkansas Pathways Academy for Medical Sciences is partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas in a mentorship initiative for program students that will benefit participants in Hot Springs, according to a press release. As part of this partnership, BBBSCA is offering sessions …

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Chaves drives him forward with mentorship | Nebraska today

Byron Chaves experienced exceptional mentorship throughout his training. Now, he pays it forward as a mentor for undergraduate and graduate students in his Microbial Food Safety Lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. “The best part of my job is mentoring and interacting with students,” said Chaves, an assistant professor of …

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Homeless, addicted, pregnant – and stranded by the city of LA

For the editor: I lived in Los Angeles for 40 years and have never seen homelessness as bad as it is today. I go from compassion and sympathy to anger and disgust at the situation. (“Best of Hollywood”, July 13) America is a rich country, but it’s also a place …

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GOG Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors Elects Thomas

image: Thomas J. Herzog, MD University of Cincinnati see After Credit: None At the NRG Oncology Summer Meeting on July 21, 2022, the GOG Foundation, Inc. (GOG-F) Board of Trustees elected Thomas J. Herzog, MD as its next Chairman, succeeding Larry J. Copeland, MD who has served in this role …

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Brooklyn oyster company helped by mentorship program

BROOKLYN, NY (PIX11) – Moody Harney, 37, is the owner of the Real Mother Shuckers. He was able to turn his passion for oysters into a thriving business, including a location on Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill. Harney grew up in Crown Heights. He loves the food, but says it’s …

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UPES secures Rs 5 crore grant for inclusive tech business incubator

The Department of Science and Technology (DST) National Expert Advisory Committee has recommended the Inclusive Technology Business Incubator (i-TBI) at UPES Dehradun for funding of Rs 5 crore under the NIDHI program – the National Initiative for Development and Harnessing Innovations is an umbrella program launched by the DST to …

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A Career of Mentoring and Support Babson Magazine

Donna Stoddard P’21, an associate professor of IT management, joined Babson in 1995. Her career on campus since then has involved a great deal of mentorship, both from fellow faculty and from Babson students. Stoddard has a long history of service as a campus administrator. She first became president of …

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New York MilkLaunch, a Venturefuel Program, Announces 2nd Competition Finalists

Brooklyn, NY – The New York State Dairy Promotion Order (NYSDPO) and innovation consultancy and partner VentureFuel today announced the finalists for this year’s New York MilkLaunch startup competition. The competition, which aims to fuel demand for dairy products at Gen-Z (ages 10-23), offers more than $200,000 in total prizes …

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Former NU postdoctoral researcher Tristan Clemons reflects on sports, research, mentoring and more Former NU postdoctoral researcher Tristan Clemons reflects on field hockey

For his first game on the international stage, Australian field hockey player Tristan Clemons played on his home turf in Bunbury, Western Australia, representing his country. On the warm night, the goalkeeper spotted some familiar faces in the crowd and felt energized by the support from his hometown. Now Tristan …

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25 Filipino startups showcase tech innovations at IDEA and ADVanCE Demo Days

MANILA — Twenty-five (25) Filipino tech startups showcased their innovations to investors on June 15-22 to crown the IDEA and ADVanCE programs of the Department of Commerce and Industry (DTI) and the PhilDev Foundation. Entrepreneurial Incubation, Development and Assistance (IDEA) and Acceleration of Enterprise Development, Evaluation and Entrepreneurship (ADVanCE) are …

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UCI School of Humanities Awards Teaching Awards

The UCI School of Humanities has awarded five academics Excellence in Teaching Awards. Nominated by faculty and students, recipients are honored for the diverse ways in which they advance the education of UCI students. Larisa Castillo, Associate Professor of Teaching and Director of Educational Development, won the Educational Innovation and …

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Mentorship Forum Middle East 2022 Announces HH Sh. Hessa Bint Khalifa Al Khalifa as Patron

Manama:Middle East Mentoring Forum (MFME) today announced HH Sh. Hessa Bint Khalifa Al Khalifa, Member of the Supreme Council for Women and President of INJAZ Bahrain, as the patron of the third edition of the Forum, which will once again focus more about supporting the career progression of promising professionals …

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Magic Guard shares his life story as part of a local youth mentorship program – WFTV

VIDEO: Magic Guard shares his life story as part of a local youth mentorship program Orlando Magic guard Devin Cannady spoke with a group of local kids this week as part of an eight-week summer mentorship program. (WFTV.com/WFTV Press Team) ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando Magic guard Devin Cannady spoke with …

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Giving with Purpose | Roanoke College

The new issue of Roanoke College magazine highlights the creation of several new donor initiatives that offer members of the college community the opportunity to give in ways that support and enhance the student experience at Roanoke. THE LEAH L. RUSSELL ’79 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP – Heather Davis Coiro ’89 and …

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Event: Passages – DiscoverHumboldt.com – Local news, weather, sports, classifieds and jobs for Humboldt, SK and Central Saskatchewan.

The Humboldt & District Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Passages by Paula Cooley and Louisa Ferguson on June 30, 2022. The exhibition features sculptures in mixed media using glass, ceramics, metal and wood. This mixed media exhibit grew out of a CARFAC mentorship between Cooley and Ferguson …

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Western News – New Western program aims to empower women innovators

A new program led by WORLDiscoveries is creating opportunities for women and underrepresented researchers to turn their innovations into business opportunities. Funded by the Strategic Priorities Fund, the new WE-Empower program provides year-round mentorship to principal investigators, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students who identify as Black, Indigenous or diverse women. …

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100 Black Men provides mentorship and opportunities for local students

What they see is what they will be – that’s the motto of 100 Black Men of Coastal North Carolina. The Core Mentor Group is playing an increasingly important role in supporting young people in New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick County by providing confidants, counselors and, in many cases, friends. …

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Blue Mountains City Council Launches New Business Mentorship Program | Blue Mountains Gazette

The Blue Mountains City Council has launched a new mentorship program for local businesses. The program will offer one-on-one mentorship with industry experts, to help companies develop a clear future path and build resilience and sustainability. Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill said, “The program is a unique opportunity for local …

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Leslie Bibb Reflects on Losing a Mid-Flight Role During Set Trip

Leslie Bibb did it. She got to work, honed her craft, worked through the lows, and is now tackling one film or TV project after another. Is the navigation smooth? Not always, but thanks to a journey that included a lot of determination and great mentorship, Bibb now gets opportunities …

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Discover the Mutual Benefits of Workplace Mentoring

In this “On the Job” segment, Meg Ferraro, Vice President, Assistant General Counsel at ADP, discusses with Cheddar News the value and benefits of workplace mentorship programs. An effective strategy for retaining and developing quality employees is to offer mentoring programs. These working relationships between employees and management help those …

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Bootcamp provides positive mentorship for Hattiesburg kids

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WHLT) – In Hattiesburg, the 8th Annual Needham Jones Back-to-School Bootcamp will return for another year. The bootcamp helps provide skills to young people to help them deal with stress. The event also teaches them life lessons. “There’s so much negative influence out there, and if we don’t …

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Two Central Texas Natives Start Foundation to Help Local Students Pursue Higher Education

HILL COUNTY, Texas (KWTX) – Two young men with deep roots in Central Texas hope to give back to the community they attribute to their success. Zach Kallus and Jace Kolar have known each other since kindergarten. “We grew up in a mix of Hill County in Abbott and Hillsboro, …

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We are facing a decadence of morals

New Elizabeth Gonzales An hour ago Nyan Gadsby-Dolly – As the Department of Education grapples with school violence, Minister Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly said it was important agencies pay greater attention to girls and other students needing special mentoring. A multifaceted intergovernmental approach could solve this problem. She was speaking at …

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The art of giving back

Welcome to Thomas Insights – every day we post the latest news and analysis to keep our readers up to date with what’s happening in the industry. Sign up here to get the day’s top stories straight to your inbox. What comes to mind when you think of giving back? …

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IIT Madras will offer AI research fellowship exclusively for women

IIT Madras Robert Bosch Center for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RBCDSAI) has launched applications for the post-baccalaureate scholarship. “Post-baccalaureate scholars must undertake independent research under the mentorship of an RBCDSAI faculty member. They can work with various research teams and establish collaborations with the Centre’s many visitors and affiliates,” …

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EdTech Startup EdSARRTHI, a Mentoring Platform Raises Seed Funds

At a time when Edtech startups are facing a funding crunch, investors are still showing interest in early-stage startups. One of these startups is EdSARRTHIproviding Mentoring for competitions like UPSC CSE. The startup raised its seed fund from a group of angel investors. The Founder Varun Jain, IIT Roorkee Graduate …

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Proposed Adult Cannabis Regulations in New York; here’s what you need to know

STATEN ISLAND, NY – The state Cannabis Control Board on Wednesday proposed advancing regulations for the labeling, advertising, packaging and laboratory testing of adult-use cannabis products in New York. The regulations, which are subject to a 60-day public comment period starting June 15, are designed to help protect public health …

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Ericsson rewarded with Franchitti’s mentorship

For Marcus Ericsson, the final laps of the 2022 Indianapolis 500 were both a few minutes of extraordinary pressure and a result that went perfectly according to the script. Ericsson took the lead shortly after the final set of stops and pulled a substantial gap over pursuer Pato O’Ward, only …

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BBBS and Concept Z award first scholarship to Tongue River High School Senior – Sheridan Media

Bob Utter, Maya Fritz and Zack Cummins Concept Z Home and Property annually sponsors a $1,000 Big Brothers Big Sisters Scholarship recognizing a senior who was a Big Brother or Big Sister in their senior year of high school. This is the fifth year that an annual scholarship has been …

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AMA-led partnership launches quality care equity and mentorship initiative

the American Medical Association (WADA), Brigham and Women’s Hospitaland the Mixed Commission are partnering in a mentorship program to help healthcare systems deliver equitable care, in today’s short stories about hospitals and the healthcare industry in Florida, Illinois and Massachusetts . Florida: Physicians Regional Health System on May 2 announced …

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BC Tech Leaders Raising Funds and Awareness for STEM Education – Maple Ridge News

BC tech leaders are Sweatin’ for Science this month to raise funds and awareness for science education. AbCellera, Genome BC, Aspect Biosystems, Xenon, Alyssa B Events, Blackbird Interactive, Marr Media, Science Fair Foundation BC, Evonik Lipo-Zooms, StandardFusion, Life Sciences BC, Jam PR and NR Pinnacle are among the teams recording …

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Michael Doherty Obituary – The Arizona Republic

Michael Doherty Scottsdale – We celebrate the life of Michael Doherty who passed away May 15 at his home surrounded by his loved ones. Mike was born March 20, 1938 in Seattle Washington to Bruce and Jean Doherty. His family moved to Portland, Oregon where he attended Ainsworth Elementary School …

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Concepcion hopes for a “more inclusive” economy under Marcos Jr.

Entrepreneur Joey Concepcion’s lawyer.APPLICANT FILE PHOTO / RICHARD A. REYES MANILA, Philippines — Presumed President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. should have a “more inclusive” economy, presidential adviser on entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion said Monday. Concepcion said the economy under the next administration should also focus on micro and small businesses, not …

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Thomas Keller has a legacy of excellence and mentorship

If the American culinary world had a rock star, it wouldn’t be the charismatic chefs on television or the countless “influencers” and other performers on social media. That would be Thomas Keller. In fact, before the pandemic, you would have thought a rock star had shown up when he made …

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MTSU College of Education Recognizes Local Educators for Superb Student Teacher Mentoring

MURFRESBORO, Tenn. – The art of teaching comes to life in the classroom and MTSU education students are front and center thanks to mentors from partner districts Murfreesboro City Schools and Rutherford County Schools who welcome students into their classrooms and under their wings. To honor and recognize the work …

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Distinguished HBCU Alumni Advise New Grads – US Black Engineer

It’s graduation season again, and here’s a roundup of the latest happenings at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with ABET-accredited schools. Florida A&M University: Spring Opening Speaker St. Petersburg Mayor Kenneth T. Welch reminded graduates of their obligation to help their communities succeed and thrive. Sybil Crum, FAMU alumnus …

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Westford University College launches mentorship program for students – News

Published: Sat. 7 May 2022, 09:00 To help bridge the knowledge gap for students, Westford University College recently launched its “Westford Mentorship Programme”. The program is a unique fusion of current Westford undergraduate students as mentees and former Westford MBA students as mentors. The program was launched on April 13 …

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NC Teach for America: – EducationNC

The following is part of my monthly column, One Day and One Goal: Expanding opportunity in NC I invite you to follow as I share classroom stories and explore critical issues facing education in our state. Go here for past columns. I know firsthand how significant mentorship can be in …

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Enrollment for the Female Mentorship Program Begins Today

The Family Resource Center (FRC) announced that registration for its Empowered Women, Empower Women mentorship program opens today (Monday, May 2, 2022). FRC, with the endorsement of the Portfolio of the Civil Service (PoCS), developed the Mentorship Program to provide young female civil servants with healthy relationships with their peers …

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daily summary (April 30, 2022)

Digit Insurance’s annual turnover exceeds Rs 5,000 Cr Achieved in less than five years, insurtech start-up Digit Insurance reported Rs 5,268 crore in gross written premiums in FY21-22. With this milestone, unicorn is now one of the fastest growing private general insurers in India with over Rs 5,000 crore in …

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Students mentor children from affordable housing communities through DREAM program – The Daily Free Press

Children play outdoors as part of Boston University’s DREAM program. The BU DREAM Chapter mentors children living in affordable housing communities by offering Saturday programs and mentoring pairs. COURTESY OF REBECCA YU For most, a dream simply means something that happens during sleep, but for members of Boston University’s DREAM …

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2022 School of Arts and Sciences Teaching Awards

2022 School of Arts and Sciences Teaching Awards The School of Arts and Sciences announces the following winners of its 2022 Teaching Awards: Ira H. Abrams Memorial Award for Distinguished Teaching This year’s recipients of SAS’s highest teaching honor are English teacher Toni Bowers and political science teacher Rudra Sil. …

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The leader of a members-only club arrives in San Francisco with the help of Google

Chief Co-Founders Carolyn Childers and Lindsay Kaplan Photos courtesy of the chef As companies see record numbers of women quitting their jobs in “the big quit”, Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is pouring money into an initiative that could help them stay. Launched in 2019, Chief is a membership company for …

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Empowering Innovators for Maximum Climate Impact

Posted an hour ago Proposed by HP Inc. HP Inc. Each year, we dedicate the month of April to catalyzing action and ideas as part of Earth Month. The need for action has never been greater. We are running out of time to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius …

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Tucson’s mentorship program seeks to fill a void for children in need | Local News

Earlier this month, 15-year-old Gabriel Allen played the best series of his life, a feat that wouldn’t have been possible without the guidance and support of his mentor, Jim Wilkin. Wilkin and Allen have met weekly for the past two years, with Wilkin traveling to Eloy every Friday to pick …

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Experts call for sustained moral development and mentoring for a boy

Counselors, child development coaches, relationship experts, among others, have called for continued moral development and child-to-child mentoring to effectively reduce the prevalence of domestic violence against women. The Nigerian News Agency reports that the experts made the call on Sunday at a seminar and tutoring forum for young children with …

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‘Big Sisters’ Relationship Continues Long After Mentorship Program – NBC 6 South Florida

Lucia Solano met her “big sister” ten years ago when she was a ninth grader in high school, and ten years later their friendship is still going strong. Former Circuit Court Judge Sarah Zabel was Solano’s mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters. “She was so driven for herself but also …

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Peterborough travel agency owner Mary LaRocque shares her passion through mentorship

Mary LaRocque found her passion for helping people’s travel dreams come true early on and strives to ignite that passion in others through mentorship. Her first contact with the industry came as a teenager working summers on Hill Island for Ontario Travel, helping provide traveler itineraries and destination advice. She …

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Extensive applications to level gender disparity in agriculture

Women who want to improve their leadership skills to help close the gender gap in agriculture still have time to apply to the National Farmers Federation flagship program for diversity in agricultural leadership. The mentorship-based initiative aims to meet the NFF’s goal of doubling the number of women in leadership …

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How End-to-End Mentoring and Local Scholarships Helped Young Nigerians Get Fully Funded Scholarships Abroad

Despite the lack of capital to achieve this, among other challenges, many Nigerians continue to seek the proverbial Golden Fleece abroad. IFEDAYO OGUNYEMI reports how an NGO is helping young Nigerian graduates get fully funded scholarships at foreign universities. After Joy Amadi became the top graduating student in the 2018/19 …

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Why community and mentorships are vital for a great company

Hosts Tyler Kern and Greg Crumpton sit down with industry insider Blair Newsham, President of HSA Mechanical Services, to talk about their HVAC experiences, the importance of community and teaching skills non-technical for long-term leadership. “The next generation is always on my mind,” Crumpton said. As an experienced hvac industry …

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GPSA senators approve initiative to promote mentorship – The Daily Evergreen

Administrative Sergeant Dawn Daniels shares jurisdiction, Title IX differences between WSU PD, Pullman PD The WSU Graduate and Professional Student Association heard from Dawn Daniels, WSU Police Department Administrative Sergeant, and voted on the proposed budget for next year at their meeting on Monday. Senators voted on the FAARM initiative, …

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Peter King Confirms Vikings Interest in Coveted Draft Project

Peter King Over the past two months, the Minnesota Vikings have most often been tied to Ahmad Gardner and Derek Stingley Jr. for NFL Draft predictions. Why? Well, the Vikings needed corners back then, only keeping Cameron Dantzler on the roster as a starting cornerback. Anxiety over CBs eased in …

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Building a Chain of Opportunity for Small Vendors – The New Indian Express

By Express press service BHUBANESWAR: From helping households order essentials from the comfort of their own home to providing a market link for small vendors to grow their business, a Cuttack entrepreneur has transformed home delivery in Odisha thanks to his startup Grozip. Launched by Ananda Mishra six years ago, …

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Young Men Inc. mentorship program increases enrollment for first time in 2 years

INDIANAPOLIS — For the first time in nearly two years, a local youth mentorship program is opening enrollment for its summer program. Young Men Inc. volunteers and mentors hope to support double the number of children they typically see during their summer program – approximately 30 to 65 children. “We …

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CJF and CP Name 2022 Tom Hanson Photojournalism Winner

TORONTO, March 29, 2022 /CNW/ – Alex Lupulaward-winning photojournalism student at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ont.is the winner of the 2022 contest Tom Hanson Photojournalism Awardpresented by The Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) and The Canadian Press (CP). Alex Lupul, an award-winning photojournalism student at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario, is …

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