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TONIGHT 9P- It's MONEY MONDAY and we are celebrating GRADUATES! Our focus will be all things MONEY along with random OFF THE CUFF items of discussion. From local to national to international news, we will travel around the world and back. The conversation could go in any direction. It will be an interesting show and we want to hear from you. Dial 917-889-3926 to comment LIVE. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. We are #TheSocialLab #TMHymanRadio Network. Follow us on Twitter: @TMHymanRadio @MrTMHyman @MadamBoston @VeryHotChoc @SabeJames
On this show, I talk about job search basics for recent college graduates
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Verizon buys AOL. American Express hikes its dividend. And Shake Shack serves up surprising earnings. Our analysts discuss those stories and other business headlines. And Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner shares some advice for graduates and talks Apple, Tesla, and Star Wars. For more insights from David and his Supernova team, go to DiscoverSupernova.fool.com
Conversations with Deli with your host Verdel Jones, talks to Alaina G. Levine about tips for networking for new college graduates. If you're a recent college graduate you might be focused on filling out job applications, but Alaina G. Levine reminds you not to neglect good old-fashioned networking. She explains why this technique might just be what lands you your dream job(s). Alaina G. Levine is a prolific speaker, writer, consultant and teacher.
"Of all the tools in your job-search toolbox, networking should be at the very top of your to-do list," says Levine, author of Networking for Nerds: Find, Access and Land Hidden Game-Changing Career Opportunities Everywhere (www.alainalevine.com). "Networking is so critically important because it gives you access to jobs and other career-advancing opportunities that are not always advertised. As many as 90 percent of jobs are 'hidden' and are obtained solely through networking." Levine explains that networking makes you known to decision-makers who, once they recognize your value, can engage you as an employee. Not only will these individuals think of you first for an opening on their team; they may even create a job specifically for you.
It's the end of the year, parents! The crazy races to the tuxedo, dress, barber and beauty shops are over..our babies have just earned their pass into the Lobby of Hotel Real World...and they have already switched their tassel positions and threw their caps in the air. Now we are here to celebrate them on a deeper level. Graduates of the world...we salute you. African-American graduates of the world, we welcome you, we salute you, and now let's introduce you to the world as accountants, lawyers, doctors and teachers of the future. Your achivements and dedication is the state of our future.
Join us tonight at our special time--9:30 pm EST to salute these leaders. Call in at 347-327-9967.
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Athletic Departments success are based on results...that winning percentages and graduates rates. To discuss the role of the Academic Success Centers around the country in Athletic Departments is Senior Associate Director of the LSU Cox Communications Center for Student-Athletes, Carole Walker of Tomorrow on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 11:30 am est Come listen to her career path, her advice for others who seek a career in Sports Administration, and her current initiatives. Right here On A Chat in the Garden with Monique A J Smith, where Significances Blooms via 347-989-8385 or www.chatinthegarden.com
Advice and encouragement form the Bible for Graduates, and congratulating the high school and college graduates on a job well done, as it is not always easy to succeed!
My good friend, St Louis author Raechel 'Dr. Rae' Rivers will be my guest on The Author Chat Show to discuss her new book, Love Yourself, Love Your Life!
About the book:
Love Yourself, Love Your Life! The Self-Love Handbook is a simple guide to help you take inventory of your personal life and relationships. It is geared toward single people, but this book is also for those in love relationships or marriages. No matter what type of relationship in which you are involved, the interactions will always be a reflection of what's going on inside of you. The goal is to maintain a harmonious relationship with yourself, with God and your environment, and with others.
About the author:
Raechel "Dr. Rae" Rivers was born, raised, and currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri. She has enjoyed writing since childhood, but her love for it grew even stronger during her college years. Ms. Rivers completed an Ed.S., Educational Specialist degree, in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in 2011. Dr. Rae is a Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Love Coach; and consults in the K-12 and Higher Education communities through her company Embrace-U, LLC. The purpose of the organization is to teach youth and young adults about self-love and pursuing their life's purpose and passions. Its motto is "Embrace You; A Lifestyle to Be You". Additionally, Ms. Rivers is the CEO and Founder of a non-profit organization, Embrace Women's Foundation, which assists college women and graduates with transitions to the workforce.
Ken Kraetzer and John Chuhran of White Plains, NY Post 135 Sons of the American Legion Radio talk with former American Legion National Commander Michael Helm about his October trip to visit US military members stationed at Quantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Michael D. Helm of Norcatur, Kansas, served as national commander of the 2.4 million member American Legion from 2014-2015. A U.S. Army veteran during the Vietnam War, he served with the 82nd Airborne Division in Fort Bragg, N.C., and earned his Ranger tab in 1972. He has been a member of Jack Helt American Legion Post 313 at Lebanon, Neb., since 1972. Born in McCook, Neb., he grew up in Norcatur, Kansas. He is a retired U.S. Postal Service mail carrier with more than 33 years of service. Helm served as cdr of the Department of Nebraska from 1987 to 1988 and as a national vice cdr. from 2003 to 2004. Helm's wife, Debbie, is active in The American Legion Auxiliary. They are parents of five Legion Family members. Aaron and his wife, Robie, both graduates of the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.; Rebecca and her husband, Jaron Cox, both graduates of Kansas State University; Jacob, a 2015 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy; Matthew, an Army ROTC cadet at Kansas State University and Timothy, a student at Decatur Community High School in Oberlin, Kansas
This interview originally aired on WVOX 1460 AM New Rochelle, NY on November 2, 2015, edited by Jack McGuirk. Sons of the American Legion Radio is based at White Plains, NY Squadron 135. SALRadio has twice received medals from the US Army including the "Outstanding Civilian Service Medal". See more on Facebook; Sons of the American Legion Report, West point football Report, and Chaplains Hill: Arlington National Cemetary. On Twitter: @SonsLegionRadio on Youtube: Ken Kraetzer Contact email@example.com or 9144509554
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The Mississippi’s Small Farmer Agricultural Leadership Training Institute Graduates will host their second Reunion on Monday March 9, 1:30 p.m. Central Time from Ryan’s Family Steak House 436 Riverwind Drive Pearl, MS. We are ready and fired up for this historic reunion according to Dorothy Harper Class-2 participant. The Small Farmer Agricultural Leadership Training Institute afforded me an opportunity to build life’s long relationships to help provoke change in rural America. We are thankful to the 1890s Leadership Team for allowing small farmers and landowners to learn the principles of leadership.
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