Posts Tagged: College

7 questions to reflect on before hiring a college intern for social media

Originally posted to the ChatterBachs blog: 7 questions to reflect on before hiring a college intern for social media Wait! Don’t hire that college intern for your social media needs… not just yet, at least. First: Stop, and reflect on the following questions: What do I know about their use of social media? Sure, theyRead… Read more »

Scoop Up Talent Like the Fed Does

Last week, AfterCollege was asked to contribute and speak at the National Image Regional training seminar in Denver, Colorado. Roberto Angulo, CEO, joined Chad Boonsupa, Mgr. Government Programs, on an 11-speaker panel sharing their proven strategies to attract and recruit college grads. President Obama has tasked the Office of Personnel Management with simplifying the processRead… Read more »

Former students, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliarists from The College of William & Mary, carry on their lives of service

Originally posted at http://www.andrewdwelch.com/2010/04/former-students-us-coast-guard.html We enter this week’s installment of the “Spotlight on Leadership” campaign with a “why do you serve” post that is very close to my heart. I should actually say that this Monday I am taking the opportunity not to ask the question “why do you serve,” but rather to highlight threeRead… Read more »

California Space Race

A vocal and well-prepared team of aerospace professionals and backers in California is gaining momentum in its quest to enhance the region’s aerospace prowess. Influential members from myriad economic development, utility, education, government, military, and defense contractor groups have pooled their talent, assets, know-how, and hefty political backing to form the California Space Authority (CSA)Read… Read more »

Blood Donations for Ft. Hood: Can You Help?

Blood Donations Needed Update – Friday , 11/6/09, 23:30 EST Blood donations for U.S. Army personnel wounded in the Ft. Hood shooting incident are being accepted at Scott & White Healthcare’s Blood Center in Temple, TX on Saturday, 11/7 from from 9:00 AM – noon local time and again on Monday, 11/9 starting at 8:00Read… Read more »

The Anniversary Edition, Randomness, and the NCAA Division 1 Big East College Football Preview from the Hokie Guru, Govloop’s Bureaucrat on Sports

Good morning, Govloopers!!! It’s been a year since Govloop sent me this e-mail… he sent it on July 10, 2008: So here’s what I’m thinking with GovLoop. You (studboy) write a once a week short blog/column. Your topic of choice. It can be a combination of your crazy stories and the sports stud hokieguru. IRead… Read more »

Happy Fourth of July (and RIP Steve McNair) From The Hokie Guru, Govloop’s Bureaucrat on Sports

Happy Fourth of July… our country is massively awesome!! Have a great holiday and weekend. Here’s sports teaser for you college football fans (like the Hokie Guru) that can’t wait for college football: College Gameday starts it all!! 🙂 You can’t see me… but I’m dancing by my computer!! 🙂 This, of course, is theRead… Read more »

California Lagging in College Graduation

This is a disturbing trend. Whenever, I get a chance I encourage those I meet and know to obtain higher education, as well as maintain and upgrade their skills. Also, I try to encourage my friends and their kids to think ahead to university and vocational education. High school graduation should just be the beginningRead… Read more »

Re: Career Fair at John Jay College – Master of Public Administration Students and Graduates

I am posting this again in hopes that you can help me recruit other NYC/NYS Employers for the Master of Public Administration Career Fair on April 25, 2009 from 11:30-3:00PM. This year’s career fair is made possible by the MPA Student Association at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the New York State PoliticalRead… Read more »