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Only you can set your path…and nothing is set in stone!

So you started your career life by dropping out of grammar school and worked as a farm hand. That led to a “horse carriage” painter. Still not happy, you move on to a street car conductor. 607 more words

Scott Wolf

All About Being A Volunteer

The Importance of a Volunteer

Volunteering is the ultimate expression of human relationships with people acting on behalf of their communities due to a desire to contribute. 603 more words


A Leap of Faith

I started at Netsmart in 1998 in a Customer/Technical Support position. When I started, my background wasn’t Healthcare but engineering so this was a leap of faith for me. 169 more words

Career Insight

Welcome Back!

We’d like to wish all our English and Creative Writing majors and minors a happy new semester!  Good luck this fall — and make sure you keep in touch with all the cool stuff that’s going on by following the blog and joining the English Club on Campus Cruiser. 134 more words


A day in the life of a Floorhand: safety edition

This is the first post in our “Day of Rig Safety” series, where we’ll be looking at the various steps Trinidad employees take to make sure everyone goes home at the end of the day. 499 more words


32 Budding Cyber Professionals Selected for SANS Cyber Academy

The SANS Institute, an information security training leader, has announced the profiles of its final 32 Cyber Academy students. A mixture of cyber enthusiasts, recent graduates, professionals and military leaders, the students are preparing to undertake an intensive eight-week cyber training programme and the SANS Cyber Academy. 607 more words

Cyber Security