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When New Jersey students graduate from high school, they need certain career-readiness skills—even if they are going on to higher education before entering the workforce. What are the skills that business looks for in its young employees? What knowledge is important for our students to have as they prepare for a career? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these issues and others with Donna Custard, president of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Tyler Seville, associate director, government affairs, for the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.
CAREER /TECHNICAL EDUCATION... and CAREER READINESS
CEV MUltiMedia (iCEV online) brings us Sean Lynch of ACTE with a look at 'Family & Consumer Science" PLUS their new 'microdocumentary' series on Career Readiness.
NOCTI'S JOHN FOSTER AND AMIE BLOOMFIELD WITH NAF'S ANDY ROTHSTEIN AND KATHERINE BLASIK ON ASSESSING AND CREATING CAREER READINESS IN YOUR DISTRICT
CAREER PATHWAYS IN READINESS IN JOHNSON COUNTY,KY SCHOOLS?
?Kentucky is a forerunner in Education...YES THEY ARE...and WIN LEARNING bring us Noel Crum, CTE and Innovation Coordinator in this rural school district and their innovative approaches to college and career readiness
Join host Dave Etter and assorted callers as they discuss the Family Readiness Programs for each service. Are they of any use to us men? Are they completely obsolete? Dave has answers to alot of FRG questions, but, what is your take? Keep em or junk em?
MMSRS is a weekly 2-hour web-based call-in radio show (516-453-9167), hosted by Dave Etter, focusing on the needs of men married to serving military members, both men and women. Male Military Spouses are a small niche of military spouses, comprising of only 7%-8% of all military spouses. We feel left out, usually, at support functions - especially those designed with the spouses being identified as "wives"! We get cajoled at playgrounds where our kids play, from the mommies there who think we don't belong. We are proud SAHDs, who gave up our careers to follow our spouses as they dedicate thier lives to defend our country! Here, on this show, we come together and share beer recipes, diaper changing techniques, financial discoveries - manly things, for men! Airs Fridays at Noon CT, rated R for the cussing that can occur, and available for download (podcast) immediately following each show.
On December 1, 2006, changes relating to electronically stored information ("ESI") in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect. The changes to Rules 16, 26, 33, 34, 37, 45 and Form 35 provide mandates to the preservation, discoverability, production, accessibility, and costs associated with ESI which includes e-mail, word processing documents, spreadsheets, voice mail, databases, and more.
Today, all litigants have a duty to request and disclose responsive electronic evidence in their cases. Whether your cases are small or large, or whether you are a sole practitioner, pro se litigant, or member of a large firm or corporation, discovery issues relating to ESI will have to be addressed and resolved.
The purpose of this audioblog is to introduce legal professionals, paralegals, real estate professionals, corporations, insurance adjusters, and more, on how to comply with electronic discovery requests. We will introduce you to the tools you will need to construct a litigation readiness program for your organization in the event that litigation becomes imminent, pending, or pending.
Throughout the audio series you will learn:
1. The Basics of Electronic Discovery
2. An Electronic Discovery Checklist
3. Requesting Electronic Discovery
4. Responding to an Electronic Discovery Request
5. Amendments to the Federal Rules and State Counterparts
6. "Meet and Confer" Planning
And much more!
We constantly complain about things we don't have rather than focusing on things we have and being grateful. We cry, wail and whine about everything we don't have yet when we count our blessings we have more than enough, we have more than others have, we have clean water, heat, food and a place to live. On the contrary, there are many people including kids who don't even have access to clean water or food or a place to call home yet we who may have it forget to see the great blessings in having the little we have that someone else doesn't have. We have to thank God, we have to show God kindness as a way of gratitude. We can show gratitude to God is by helping others in need, reaching out to those who need help. For instance, if God healed you from any sickness, you ought to tell others that God is a healer and let them receive Him so they can also benefit. Being grateful and thankful to our friends and families is also very important for many people don't have loved ones and we shouldn't take that for granted.
Our guest this morning is Professor Rodney Roberson.
Rodney is a Senior Emergency Management Consultant and Trainer with Readiness & Emergency Management 4, also known as REM4.
Rodney has been active in the Emergency Management Industry for 30 years.
His military job status translates to Emergency Management in the civilian sector.
Following his retirement from the Marines, Rodney continued his education in Emergency Management.
He earned his Master’s degree in Emergency and Disaster Management in 2007 and during the past 10 years, has provided a variety of emergency management contract support to the DoD, FEMA, DHS, State and Local agencies.
He is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland University College.
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Today’s All Star Play Room segment regards helping parents help children thrive by fostering great school readiness skills in early childhood.
That is, making sure children have the skills and knowledge for success in school before they get there so they get a great start that flourishes across the lifespan.
Our guest is Emily Roden, Co-Founder of ReadyRosie an organization that provides parent friendly resources to help parents prepare children for school.
As always, please contact us at the show with any questions you have that you’d like us to address on the show. Send us your comments and suggestions for topics as well.
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Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Carol Ann Jenkins, our director of accreditation and survey readiness at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Carol Ann is responsible for the day-to-day survey readiness and regulatory compliance reviews for All Children's health system. She has been with the hospital since 2012.
Before joining All Children's, Carol Ann's many years of health care experience included laboratory medicine and administrative responsibility directing clinical and support departments. She holds a bachelor's degree in Medical Technology from the University of Florida, a Master of Public Health, Health Policy and Management from the University of South Florida and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. She recently received an Outstanding Alumni Award from the University of South Florida College of Public Health.
Carol Ann lives in Tampa, FL and enjoys exercising and spending time with family.
To learn more about Carol Ann and her position as director of accreditation and survey readiness, tune in Wednesday, June 17 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHradio