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Discussions of MAN OF STEEL, THE INTERNSHIP, and a shocking take on AFTER EARTH!
Since early May, ZekeFilm co-founder Jim Tudor has been contributing a weekly movie segment to The Martin Kilcoyne Show, heard on KTRS 550 AM in St. Louis, MO. With full permission of KTRS, ZekeFilm is happy to share these segments with our listeners.
Relayed here newest to oldest are the segments originally aired June 14, 2013, June 7, 2013, and May 31, 2013. More to come...
In today’s competitive job marketing the internship experience is becoming a requirement for college students, and they’re also becoming increasingly harder to land. Once you have an internship, being successful at it is a whole new challenge. Roundpeg’s interns Melissa, Scott and Stephanie will discuss their internship experiences as well as tips for other students who are considering an internship.
Jared is joined by comedian, Marc Theobald (@marctheo), to talk about drinking with coworkers during your internship, hooking up with your boss, and revenge for a cock block.
Marijuana may even be legal where you live BUT it is still a controlled substance and WHEN employers hire new people it is most often contingent upon successful passing of drug tests. Before pressing HR in your company to score your college-bound youngster a prized Internship better give them an at home drug test! Listen and sort out what to do and ways to pass drug tests. Like Mutare Hypnosis on FB for chance to win free hypnosis sessions.
Sandra Rice, SVP, Eastern Region and National Recruitment of The Emma Bowen Foundation (EBF) will be my guest.
EBF PROVIDES PAID INTERNSHIPS for all functions & departments in media companies for High School seniors and College students of color.
Martice Sutton, Spelman alum and Founder of Girls Going Global will be my guest. Girls Going Global is a social enterprise aiming to expose African American girls to the cultures of the world.
Both women will provide listeners with details of their great programs, eligibility, deadlines, etc.
Suspense Radio One on One is partnered up with Partners In Crime tours. Today we have author Dale Wiley on the show to talk about his latest book "The Intern".
It's 1995. Things are going great for new Washington, DC intern Trent Norris. He's out on his own, he's found a fabulous woman to date, and if he doesn't love his internship, he doesn't hate it either. Life is nice.
But things can change in a moment in DC, and Trent finds himself the prime suspect in two murders and a slew of other crimes. Overnight he becomes the most wanted man in America.
Trent has to find a way -- any way -- out. He finds a way to hole up at The Watergate on a senator's dime and enlists a comely call girl as his unwitting ally. But with the media eating him alive, he knows he doesn't have long before they catch up with him. Can The Intern find his way out of this mess?
From tony clubs in Georgetown to Capitol Hill murders, The Intern has all the twists and turns of a classic DC thriller, with an added comic flair.
Summer Youth Internship, 2014 is going down at the Greater Works Empowerment Center, located at 2754 Imperial Ave, San Diego CA 92102!
Are you a high school student that would love to work with music industry professionals in the fields of music production, video production and radio?! Then you want to make sure you quickly enroll in the Summer Youth Internship Program, brought to you by Cannon Media Network, Greater Works Empowerment Center, Leaders of Change and True Shine Entertainment!
Call 619-487-1257 to enroll TODAY- Space is filling up quickly-don't be left out!
Tonight, Bonnie's guest is her support group member Nancy from Georgia.
Nancy is a Straight Wife who is currently pursuing a Masters in professional counseling and will bring helpful insights to families going through marriages to gay men. She will be completing her studies and internship in the coming year.
Being a Christian, there are unique challenges and barriers to a family seeking support for what in many circles is considered a "lifestyle choice" rather than a sexual orientation.
Bonnie Kaye, international specialist on women who unknowingly marry gay men affecting 4 million women in this country and millions more around the world, hosts this show. Each week she has guests who are experts in this area to help those women who need to move ahead and heal. Kaye is a counselor, author, and founder of the Straight Wives Club.
Denis Quiñones will talk about Jovenes Inc whichwelcomes homeless, at-risk youth (18-25) and gives them a chance to create a path to personal growth and success. We provide stable housing and other community based services that create opportunities for them to live productive lives.
In addition, Jovenes Inc provides homeless youth with an unique opportunity to participate in our “University of Success”; A 16 weeks internship program for youth to gain valuable skills and motivation to return to school and seek employment. We would like to ask you for your support donating professional clothing for our youth-interns.
Please save the date, confirm your participation and your organization’s participation. Professional clothing may be something many may take for granted, but for our homeless youth; it could make the difference to be better prepared for a job interview and be able to change their lives. For more information about Jovenes Inc. please visit their website at www.jovenesinc.org .
"Latino Role Model and Success"
Armando F. Sanchez, Executive Producer and Host
Successful persons are leaders and had to overcome many obstacles in order to succeed. Show guests highlight what obstacles we can all encounter. Guests offer practical advice and strategies of how to overcome barriers and achieve.
CS1-CAR is a new and radically different approach in cancer treatment that harnesses the power of the patients immune system to rid itself of cancer. Initial clinical trials of a similar therapy used in treating Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia showed extraordinary success 88% of patients achieved complete remission. CureTalk panelists are talking to Dr. Craig Hofmeister to help us understand this new therapy and how myeloma patients will benefit.
MMORE: Multiple Myeloma Opportunities for Research & Education (www.mmore.org) is a non-profit organization that raises funds and awareness for early-stage innovative myeloma research. MMORE spoke about this innovative research on CureTalks in March and we continue the conversation with the researchers in this episode.
Dr. Craig Hofmeister is assistant professor of medicine at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. Dr. Hofmeister received his medical degree from The Ohio State University and completed his internship, residency, and fellowship training at Loyola University Medical Center and Loyola Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center in Illinois. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology. Dr. Hofmeister's clinical and research interests include multiple myeloma and blood and marrow transplantation.
On the panel are Gary Petersen, Pat Killingsworth and Jack Aiello. RSVP Now!
The semester will be over in a few weeks and at this point you have a very good idea of what you're doing this summer. I'm guessing you are working an internship, conducting summer research, or taking classes. Whether you are doing these things or something else, I'll provide a few tips on how to make the most of your summer.
Diabetes is affecting this country in epidemic proportions. If you're one of the 24 million Americans living with diabetes, it is important that you get this condition under control, for it is a leading cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attack, and amputation. Physicians are quick to prescribe drugs for diabetes which actually increase the risk of heart attack. Join me this week as I discuss Reversing Diabetes with Dr. Julian Whitaker how to reduce the risk and severity of complications through diet, exercise, nutritional supplementation and innovative therapies that are overlooked by conventional medicine. These natural treatments are very effective in reducing and often eliminating the need for drugs in patients with type 2 diabetes. Although patients with type 1 diabetes cannot expect to get off medication altogether, their insulin requirements can be reduced and, most important, their risk of complications significantly decreased.
Dr. Whitaker is Director of the Whitaker Wellness Institute and Editor of Health and Healing newsletter that provides important health advice for more than 500,000 people nationwide. Dr. Whitaker graduated from Dartmouth College in 1966 and received his MD in 1970 from Emory University Medical School. He completed his surgical internship at Grady Memorial Hospital in 1971, and continued at the University of California in San Francisco in orthopedic surgery. In 1974, Dr. Whitaker founded the California Orthomolecular Medical Society, along with four other physicians and the Nobel prize-winning scientist Dr. Linus Pauling. Dr. Whitaker is the author of several books including the best-selling Shed 10 Years in 10 Weeks.