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Join us TUESDAY, January 27 @ 7:30pm as the Real Talk All The Time Family goes in again about what ABSOLUTELY pisses them off. Annoying Cowokers? Ass Hat supervisors and bosses? Nosey Neighbors? How about our daily commutes to and from work? Non Drivers, traffic on the freeway? Get it off your chest Tuesday with What Grinds your Gears. Also Public Service Announcements. Have some free advice for the good of society? Shout us out! We will be having some fun and offending many at the same time but, this is REAL TALK ALL THE TIME! If its not real then why bother. Of course we won't let you down. We have the latest and greatest contraversial commentary on Sports, Current Events, Entertainment, and Politics. Remember 100% Real, Unpolished, and Unrehearsed. Real Talk For Real People. The call in is 347-637-3010 7:30PM EST. CHECK US OUT!! www.realtalkallthetime.com
Join the Coach Margaret Jackson LIVE at San Jose State University at the Nonprofit & Public Service Fair. Learn about the services that nonprofits bring to the community. LIVE chats with students and event leaders. Tune-In this afternoon.
Are you interested in working with a non-profit?
Do you give back to your community?
What is social entrepreneurship?
Non-profit doesn't mean no-money?
AM 1220 KDOW Business Radio Show Host and Coach Margaret Jackson will explore these questions and more. LIVE at San Jose State University in Silicon Valley!
Bobby Baker's practice focus is on providing strategic and regulatory advice to private companies and local governments, with an emphasis on energy, transportation and technology issues. In addition, Mr. Baker handles appellate and mediation matters.
Mr. Baker was first elected to the Public Service Commission in 1992 and was the first Republican to win a statewide election for a Georgia constitutional office since Reconstruction. As Commissioner, Mr. Baker worked aggressively to develop competitive markets for utility and technology services, and to reduce the regulatory burden on businesses. He was elected to a third six-year term in November 2004, but did not seek re-election in 2010, deciding instead to return to private practice.
Mr. Baker grew up in DeKalb County and attended DeKalb County public schools. He graduated from Oglethorpe University with honors and received his law degree from the University of Georgia. After law school, Mr. Baker joined the Southeastern Legal Foundation, a regional conservative public interest law firm and then practiced with a private law firm in Gwinnett County. Mr. Baker has been recognized on numerous occasions by both Georgia Trend Magazine and the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of the city and state's most influential leaders. He has served on the board of directors for the Georgia Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology (GCATT) and as Vice-Chairman of the Gwinnett County Planning Commission (1990-1994). He also is the recipient of the Talmage Award from Oglethorpe University in honor of his distinguished professional career in public service.
Sarae talks with Carlos Colón, Bilingual Personal Finance Coach at mpowered, about what you need to know to determine if you qualify for public service student loan forgiveness.
For more details about public service student loan forgiveness, visit studentaid.ed.gov/publicservice. To access the Employment Certification form to track your employment eligibibility (you will want to fill this out for each public service job you have while making qualifying payments), click here.
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