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Human Resources Internship Opportunity

Are you looking for experience in the Human Resources industry?  Don’t miss this opportunity for a Spring 2015 internship!

Company: LindenGrove Healthcare Center

Position: Human Resources Intern… 62 more words

Business

The Great Halloween Bake Off

As we welcome Halloween on this dull, but strangely warm Friday, we can’t help but notice an eeriness creeping over the Frasermedia office…After a number of unusually shaped deliveries, lots of sneaking around and some serious speculation in the office, it is clear this can only mean one thing…Frasermedia is hosting its first ever bake off. 385 more words

Lifelong learning and how the basic tenets of journalism apply to marketing

I read a fascinating Fast Company article recently about a tech CEO, Arijit Sengupta, who stepped way outside of expected norms for his field by learning to dance. 388 more words

17th Assembly 5th Session Fourth Sitting – Day Ten, October 30th, 2014

My Member Statement commended Frame Lake constituent Kevin O’Reilly in the Giant Mine Remediation Project.

My Oral Questions were to the Minister of  Education, Culture and Employment on the  Junior Kindergarten Funding Model. 98 more words

Politics

Uniquely, Me

A majority of Central Penn College’s students are traditional, including me. Being a traditional student does not come with many challenges. It’s more so being a communications student and being a first-generation student. 586 more words

Central Penn College

Journalism

This emphasis includes jobs as news anchors and news writers. There are many other jobs to do, but these are the main two.

The internet changed journalism because news was not only found in newspapers anymore. 149 more words

Way beyond iTunesU: using podcasts to jump into the cultural conversation

I was jogging through the ravine one night, listening to an episode of the Freakonomics podcast. The sun had set, and I was cold, but I ran around the park one more time so I could listen through to the end, as the show delightfully connected economics—something I normally couldn’t care less about—with questions of everyday life. 443 more words

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