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American Driving School was a great experience. Being an overprotective parent I was very pleased. Putting the safety of your child in the hands of someone else is a tough thing to do, but after having two children attend American Driving School, I would recommend them highly. The teachers were qualified, well mannered, patient, and very trustworthy. Both of my children felt safe, at ease, and ready to start driving.
Photography Rules & Guidelines I want to apply! Am I eligible to participate? 1. Are you enrolled in a high school, approved independent study, or home school program at the application deadline? OR If you attend a correspondence school, do you live in Southern California? 2. Do you live or attend school in any of the following counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara, or San Diego? If you answered YES to both questions, you are eligible! Other notes of interest: Previous grand prize finalists are not eligible Previous participants, semifinalists, and honorable mentions are eligible If you have any relationship with a Spotlight judge (family, friend, or instructor) please let us know. Not sharing this information may result in disqualification You can apply to more than one category; however you will only be allowed to advance to finals in one, determined by which category you advance to the finals first. You can only submit one photograph for this category. If you create multiple accounts to submit more than one photograph in this category, you may be disqualified For International Students: In order to be eligible to receive scholarship and/or prize money, students must have a Social Security Number (SSN) or United States Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN). The processing time required to receive an SSN or ITIN can take several weeks. International students applying for the Spotlight Program are strongly encouraged to apply for an SSN or ITIN at the same time. Please contact the Spotlight office if you have any questions. *All artwork, recordings, and photographs (including student application submissions) pertaining to the Spotlight program are the property of The Music Center. The Music Center will have the right to reproduce any and all such materials for any...
Raleigh ISSA Chapter members, This edition of job opportunities is from chapter members, local recruiters, LinkedIn and the CISSP Jobs Forum. Interested candidates should follow up with the identified contact directly and/or check their website for additional info. A list of regularly updated job-related websites, articles and future events are listed below. Please send me any technology-related opportunities in NC that you hear about! EVENTS 1) 12/06/12: Raleigh ISSA Chapter Jobs Networking Meeting - McKimmon Center Lobby from 6:006:50 pm before the Chapter's main meeting. 2) 12/13/12: Triad NC ISSA Chapter Meeting - ECPI near the Greensboro Airport from 6:00 – 8:00 pm; http://triadissa.eventbrite.com 3) 1/03/13: Raleigh ISSA Chapter Jobs Networking Meeting - McKimmon Center Lobby from 6:006:50 pm before the Chapter's main meeting. 4) 1/26/13: Raleigh Tech-Security Conference 2013 - Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown from 8:15 am 5:00 pm; http://www.dataconnectors.com/events/2012/01Raleigh/agenda.asp OPPORTUNITIES 1) Security & Systems Manager – UNC, Chapel Hill. The Gillings School of Global Public Health seeks an IT Manager who will oversee systems administration, web and mobile application development, and information security for the School. The position serves as primary Information Security Liaison for the School and the successful candidate will have experience with effective security consultation and risk assessment, incident response, and promotion of security awareness within a diverse community. The position leads a team of 5 to manage the School's systems and applications environment, including central School databases, web sites and an emerging mobile app presence. The position requires knowledge of HIPAA, FERPA and other regulations governing the protection of sensitive data. It also requires experience overseeing systems administration (Windows and Linux in a virtualized environment), web development including use of content management systems such as Joomla, Drupal or WordPress,
Employment Application Today’s Date:__________________________ Name:_______________________________________ Address:_____________________________________________________ Phone Number:______________________ E-Mail:______________________________________ Education: High School: School name: ________________________ School city, state:________________________________ Number of years completed: _______________ Did you graduate? [ ] Y or [ ] N Degree / diploma earned: _______________ College / University / Vocational School School name: __________________________ School city, state:________________________________ Number of years completed: ________ Did you graduate? [ ] Y or [ ] N Degree / diploma earned: __________________ School Name: ________________________ City, state:________________________________ Number of years completed: ________ Did you graduate? [ ] Y or [ ] N Degree / diploma? : __________________ Employment History: List your three most recent employers: 1)________________________________________ Phone Number:__________________________ May we contact this employer?_____Supervisor:__________________________ Describe your position:_____________________________________________ Employed from: __________________To:______________________________ Wage: 2)________________________________________ Phone Number:__________________________ May we contact this employer?_____Supervisor:__________________________ Describe your position:_____________________________________________ Employed from:_________________ To:__________________________ Wage: 5619 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC 27606 Phone 919-852-4747 www.fifthseasongardening.com firstname.lastname@example.org 3)________________________________________ Phone Number:__________________________ May we contact this employer?_____Supervisor:__________________________ Describe your position:_____________________________________________
EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES Culinary Job Training Program (Interfaith Food Shuttle)……..250-0043 1001 Blair Drive, Raleigh, N. C. 27610 www.foodshuttle.org 11-week culinary (chef) training program. Resume and interviewing skills, job placement. All materials provided, and students receive weekly stipend. Employment Security Commission………………………………..212-3849 Job Service Offices: 3351 Carl Sandburg Court Raleigh 27610 724-F East Chatham St., Cary, N. C. 27511 ……………………..469-1406 www.ncesc.com Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Register at a local office and get access to information on Jobs Line 212-5700 Family Resource Center…………………………………………….834-9300 501 South Bloodworth Street Raleigh 27601 www.frcofraleigh.org Onsite computer lab for independent job searches. Must be a Wake County resident. Goodwill Industries........................................................................ 828-7490 321 W. Hargett Street, Raleigh, NC 27601 Employment opportunities in retail setting for individuals with disabilities or social disadvantages. http://www.goodwillennc.org JobLink Career Center………………………………………………250-3770 Wake County Human Services Center, 220 Swinburne Street, 3rd Floor, Raleigh, N. C. 27610 Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m; Tuesdays open until 8:00 p.m. The JobLink Career Center located in the Wake County Human Services Center on Swinburne Street provides a professional setting where job seekers can search for employment and training opportunities and where businesses can access a large pool of potential job applicants. Bi-lingual staff are available (call for availability). Note: There are several JobLinks in Wake County. For locations and hours of operation, visit the JobLink website at www.joblinkcc.com Jubilee Jobs……………………………………………………….. 781-0156 Step Up Ministry, 1701 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, N. C. 27608 www.step-up.org The Jubilee Jobs Program provides skilled compassionate job preparation and placement services to unemployed job seekers through a process of mentoring and active assistance. Workshops and networking support groups focus on job retention, goal setting and practical steps toward wage growth, education and training. North Carolina Division of Services for the Blind ......................... 733-4234 2601 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699 www.dhhs.state.nc.us/dsb or www.visionaware.org Rehabilitation Program-Services offered to assist individuals who are blind or visually impaired in obtaining or maintaining employment and in living more...
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What is H1N1/swine flu? Novel H1N1 (swine) flu is a contagious acute respiratory disease caused by a new influenza virus virus. In most people, the symptoms and severity are similar to seasonal flu. What is a pandemic? A pandemic is a contagious disease that has spread around the world. It has nothing to do with the severity of the disease. FACTS ABOUT H1N1 FLU How to stay healthy Wash you hands Cough into a tissue or your sleeve…do NOT cough i h into your h d hands. Use only your own g glasses & utensils Get plenty of sleep, exercise, and eat a healthy diet. diet FACTS ABOUT H1N1 FLU Symptoms of the H1N1/swine flu Symptoms are similar to seasonal flu and include: – – – – – Fever (greater than 100° F) Sore Throat and/or Cough Chills Headache and Body aches Fatigue g FACTS ABOUT H1N1 FLU If you have the flu stay home. No matter what flu you have (seasonal or H1N1) you should STAY HOME from school or work when sick sick. Do not return to school or work until 24 hours after y your symptoms have ended. y p Most people experience mild symptoms. If you are pregnant, have a chronic illness, or are experiencing severe symptoms call your doctor.
Wordpress Basics Creating a Website Workshop, February 11 and 12, 2013 Setting up your Wordpress site 1. Sign up for an account, if you don’t have one already. You can also choose to buy a domain name at this time (you can also use a domain name you have already bought, or you can use the free default Wordpress domain name, which will be [your username].wordpress.com). 2. Verify your account (a link will be sent to the email address you provided). 3. Choose a theme. Wordpress has many free themes, or you can choose to pay for a theme. “Twenty Ten” is a popular, basic theme that is compatible with all of the instructions below, so it might be a good place to start until you know your way around Wordpress. 4. Wordpress will then lead you through a number of steps to customize your site. You can edit design aspects such as the background image, header color, and so on. If you don’t get your page looking exactly how you want it, don’t worry! You can change it later. Customizing design You can return to the customization page at any time by finding “Appearance” on the left-hand Admin menu, choosing “Themes,” and clicking on the “Customize” button that appears under the description of the theme you have chosen. If you’re interested in further customization, there are many more advanced options for adding social media and promotion tools. You can find many of these under Appearance > Widgets. There are also paid upgrades that let you customize more aspects of your site; see the “Upgrades” section below. Creating pages...