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Boys and Girls Club Provides Positive Environment for Young People

Princeton graduate and medical student Justin Stull is an active and devoted community servant. In his work with the Boys and Girls Club of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Justin Stull served as a basketball coach, mentor, and tutor to young people. 118 more words

Justin Stull

Reflecting on One Year in the Real World

On June 9th, 2015, I hit a milestone as officially one year had passed since my first day of working full time in the real world. 1,068 more words

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Amplify the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Austin Area

Amplify Austin is stretching into it’s final hours, but there is still plenty of time to get behind a great organization with your support. Dennis Vera joined us in the studio to tell us about… 155 more words


Looking For A Job Is A Job In Itself

Anyone old enough to have a job know that getting one that is satisfying both mentally and financially is very difficult. Jobs are either really nice but the pay sucks or really bad and the pay is awesome. 685 more words

Nothing In Particular

Thoughts towards maintaining a classroom culture

As I’m gearing up for the responsibility of teaching (or, more accurately, facilitating the learning of) 250 bright-eyed undergraduate university students, I’ve been consciously collecting wisdom that is applicable in the classroom. 472 more words

Physics Education

Creating a Positive Learning Environment

Implementing Research–Based Practices to Teach Students with Emotional Behavior Disorder
Quint Eby
Seattle Pacific University
In general and special education classrooms, many teachers have been implementing practices which they have found to be effective from their experience in the past. 3,123 more words

Self Reflection

How Successful People Handle Toxic People

Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing other people’s buttons. 2,024 more words