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Rosie Stromberg is a true altruistic and serving person to her family and community at large. She received her Bachelors Degree in English/Comparative Literature from Southern Methodist University (SMU) and a Masters in Secondary Education degree from Yeshiva University, NYC. In her professional career, Rosie spent 30 years writing for Dallas public education/desegregation and worked for over a decade in corporate diversity events and training. She was Editor/Writer for a New York Publishing House, doing children’s books along with establishing an in-house Advertising Agency for a chain of fashion stores in Dallas. She wrote free-lance advertising copy for most Dallas department store chains. Rosie also taught advertising courses at SMU in the Journalism Department. In her volunteering, which has been all of her adult life (she is a very active and young 77 yrs old) Rosie led several volunteer projects involving housing, hunger, social services, etc., and served as a DISD school volunteer for over 35 years. She was one of the first members, in the early 90’s, of the Interfaith Council at Thanks-Giving Square (TGS) in Dallas, serving as co-vice-chair for over 3 years, where she has served on countless committees. She developed with Cathy Moore, daughter of the founder of Thank-Giving Square, the “Expressions” Competition, which is entering its 10th year. Rosie also served on the Board of the Thanks-Giving Foundation and attended United Nations NYC events related to TGS two times. She has participated in sessions with the International Visitors under the auspices by the State Department. Rosie now serves with the Founders Council, the former Program Committee and the Advisory Council, under the auspices of the Thanks-Giving Foundation.
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Whatever your job choice is, I want you to job search at the places you know can use your specific skills. Almost every company need cleaners, clerical, administrative, and bookkeepers. Some companies hire people to work from cleaners to cooks to greeters, to clerical, public relations, recreation directors, administrative, to bookkeepers to web designers. You can choose to work in private industry, non profit, or public service. When you decide on the occupation, and the type of business, you then have to answer these questions:
What job are you looking for, by title?
Do you have the education required
Do you have the work experience required
Do you have the attire for the position you seek
Do you have transportation requirement of the job
Do you have the necessary documents to provide required proof of your eligibility for the job you want
The list of industries as I promised you.
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