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2. Proposal Narrative (Maximum 100 points plus possible 16 bonus points) ... Funds available under this SFP may only be used to provide employment and training services to veterans. Projects should address the skills needed by veterans and administer a program that responds to local needs, carries out the objectives of the program, and successfully reintegrates veterans into the workforce. To compete, all proposals must respond to each section below. Forms can be downloaded by clicking on the available links below. 1. Cover/Signature Page (Includes Proposal Summary) The purpose of the Cover/Signature page is to provide applicant contact information, amount of funding requested, a proposal summary and an authorized representative signature
William Shakespeare (born. April 1564, baptised April 26, 1564, died ... Please note that although the text of this ebook is in the public domain, this ...He also wrote 154 sonnets and several major poems, some of which are considered to be the most brilliant pieces of English literature ever written, because of Shakespeare's ability to rise beyond the narrative and describe the innermost and the most profound aspects of human nature. He is believed to have written most of his works between 1585 and 1613, although the exact dates and chronology of the plays attributed to him are not accurately known. There was no standardized spelling in Elizabethan England, and Shakespeare's name is often rendered in contemporary documents as Shakespear, Shaksper or even Shaxberd.
The scope of the audit was to review the cash management activities from July 1, 2008 through March 31, 2009 for school year 2008-2009. 1) Interviewed key school officials to obtain an understanding of their cash management process. 2) Prepared a process narrative documenting the controls in place for each source of revenue. 3) Reviewed monthly cash receipt and cash disbursement ledgers: If the ledgers did not exist, transaction activities were compiled by totaling cash receipt records and reviewing the check register for cash disbursements. 4) Completed a cash receipt ledger template: The ledger was designed to identify funds, which may have been received
J.R.R. Tolkien: MIDDLE EARTH, MIDDLE AGES A Dallas Medieval Consortium Course Time: Tuesdays, 6:30 P.M. (Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art) Faculty: Prof. Dennis Kratz (UTD), Professor Stephen Maddux (UD), Professor Bonnie Wheeler (SMU) with guest lecturers as announced Brief Description: J.R.R. Tolkien, author of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, was a great medieval scholar and a great story-teller. The two aspects of his life are not unrelated. This course explores Tolkien’s work as rooted in ancient and medieval legends, mythologies, and literary genres and practices. We will seek to understand Tolkien’s achievement both in its own right and as the continuation of the classical and medieval narrative traditions it both springs from and renews. Among the topics to be dealt with: Tolkien and…fantasy; classical epic; Germanic and Finnish mythology; Celtic legend & mythology; medieval philology; his critics; the silver screen; his successors in fantastic narrative...Tolkien. 1. The Book of Lost Tales 1 . Del Rey, 1992. 0345375211 2. The Book of Lost Tales 2. Del Rey, 1992. 034537522x The first version of Tolkien's mythology, ...
The Division of Workforce Solutions is also responsible for oversight, staffing and general administrative functions for the State’s workforce development system. The Division’s Local Workforce Planning Section has had eight regional analysts/economists located in One-Stop Job Centers throughout the State. These analysts/economists are not board members, but are assigned as liaisons to the eleven local workforce investment boards. As such, they are available to attend workforce development board meetings and they are encouraged to interact with local workforce development boards and professional workforce development staff members. They periodically report to the workforce development boards on labor market conditions, both orally and in written form. The regional Workforce Observations, a monthly review of labor market conditions are written by the regional analysts/economists, and published for each workforce development area in the State. The regional analysts also produce a County
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) received $605,539 in PY07(7/1/07 – 6/30/08) from the Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (DOL/ETA) to produce the six core information products and services outlined in the Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 29 - 06. Wisconsin was able to stay within the allocated dollar amounts granted to us by ETA through a series of collaborations with other entities. The following narrative outlines the progress Wisconsin has made on these core products and services.