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New Beginnings (and it's only November!)

It’s incredible to me that I haven’t blogged in over a year – especially considering that I’ve had a lot of emotions that needed to be expressed this year. 128 more words


Varsity trains local girls to be self-reliant

Guwahati, (C.M. Paul) – University departments in northeast India have ventured into job-oriented training program for educated unemployed youth of its neighbourhood. Into the second year, the Swabalamban program this year has 40 per cent girl students registering for skills training once considered boys only domain. 592 more words

A Journey to Self-Discovery: Part II

I’ve been reflecting on the last year or so of my life, and what it was like to balance going to school full time, working full time, interning, and trying to keep up with all the things I love (including my partner). 564 more words


A Journey to Self-Discovery: Part I

So this is a pretty big blog post here. Almost three weeks ago, I lost my job. My position at the non-profit I’ve been working at and building a prevention program at lost its funding. 227 more words


South Australia considers 'Pay as you throw' scheme

South Australia’s suggested waste management reforms as set out in ‘Reforming waste management – Creating certainty for an industry to grow’ discusses the concept of ‘Pay as you throw’ or ‘Save as you throw’ variable rate pricing for waste services. 503 more words


My Journey to Social Work: Eric Tucker

NASW-NC would like to introduce you to the new 2015-2016 NASW-NC Board of Directors.

Each of our amazing board members chose the profession of social work for a reason and we would like to share their stories with you.  977 more words

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WTF China? Still Two Thumbs Down.

I have been reading a lot more fiction these days, than nonfiction, so I’m in a blog rut. Also, I’m transitioning to a new field, child welfare! 225 more words