• Careers at Evolution Funding

    Are you looking for a career with a leading UK organisation, where you can make a difference, have your input, get huge job satisfaction and work within industry-leading teams? Evolution Funding is the UK's leading automotive funding and retailing group. We've shown unprecedented growth over the past few years and consistently win awards both within and outside of our industry. However, we wouldn't be anywhere without our team of dedicated, focused and innovative people. This short video gives you an insight into what it's like to work at Evolution, what our people think of us, what we're looking for in fresh talent, and why we think we're the employer of choice. To view our range of opportunities, which include regional account management, sales support, customer service, software de...

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Second Career in Canada including ontario funding - Great Expectation

    This is a descriptive video about Second Career in Canada, How to know if you are eligible for second career opportunities in Canada, in all provinces (Ontario, British Columbia, Québec, Alberta, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Manitoba, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick). second career funding ontario If you need more information- CONTACT US -www.greatexpectation.ca Thank you for watching

    published: 25 Aug 2016
  • CHSTM: careers and funding information for taught Master's programmes

    Information on career destinations, fees and funding from the taster session for the taught Master's programmes in History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Medical Humanities, and Science Communication at The University of Manchester, November 2017. For full information about these programmes, including contact details, see http://www.chstm.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Fundraising 101: Rueben Mayes at TEDxWSU 2014

    Everyone at some point in their lives are asked to raise money for things whether a high school baseball tournament trip or part of a campaign. There are some fundamental elements to successfully raise money for all types of causes. My seven keys to successful fundraising will help all those who want to effectively put a plan in place and meet the fundraising goal. I will use some of my NFL and fundraising experiences as examples of how to successfully fund raise. Bio- Rueben Mayes leverages his passion for people and philanthropy to deliver the necessary resources in support of the Pullman Regional Hospital Mission. His success as a college two-time consensus All-American, National College Hall of Fame Inductee, NFL Rookie of the Year and multi-year Pro Bowl selectee opens many doors and...

    published: 03 Jun 2014
  • NWCWebinars Factor 101:Access Funding & Advance Your Career

    The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings, better known as FACTOR, has been helping to propel the careers of Canadian artists for decades. From emerging to international touring acts, FACTOR has funding programs designed to not only help you produce and license your sound recordings, but also to support their commercialization through marketing and promotion, touring and showcasing, and video and digital content creation. FACTOR’s Karina Moldovan joins us in this FREE webinar to explain how FACTOR works, which funding programs are available to help you at any given point in your career, and how you can best take advantage.

    published: 12 Apr 2018
  • Vanguard Funding Careers

    At Vanguard Funding you'll work with industry proven leaders. We have cutting-edge technology, marketing, and operational support. Join the team that will give you the power to close loans faster than the average mortgage banker. MAKE THE SWITCH TODAY! Looking for : Branch Managers & MLO's in CA, CT, FL, GA, MD, MA, NC, NJ, NY, & PA www.unleashVpower.com

    published: 16 Mar 2013
  • Creative Skillset Careers: Where shall I go to find out about funding?

    Creative Skillset Careers Advisor, Beverley Hills, gives guidance on the best sources of funding to move your creative media career on to the next level, including visiting www.creativeskillset.org/careers

    published: 31 Jan 2010
  • Funding a Public Interest Career

    published: 31 Oct 2013
  • The Problem With Postdocs and Science Academia (aka Should I Get A PhD?)

    A career in science academia is... grand and prestigious. You walk in hallowed halls, work with the best minds in white labs solving the most complex and important problems of our day. You do lots of research, then one day you’ll become a professor with a leather-bound seat, oak panelled office, lots of books, lots of money and an important body of work. Wake up guys! Sadly, it doesn’t always happen like this. In fact, it rarely does. See, the complicated (and frankly crappy) path to becoming a scientist is forcing many of the best people out of science. And who is the first to go? Yup, women, minorities and low socio economic groups. Which is why science looks like this – old white dudes. BEC But how did it get to be this way? Isn’t science supposed to be about the search for truth, ...

    published: 11 Oct 2016
  • University Funding, Student Jobs & How I Financed My Two Degrees | Atousa

    You guys have been asking me about finances and funding for university and how I paid for my two degrees at newcastle university and king's college london. in this video I want to talk to you about finances in terms of loans, grants, scholarships and sponsorships that you can get in order for you to go and study at university. I also want to talk to you about some ways you can earn more money as a student on the side of your studies, and how you can save money to help with you education. Part time jobs as a student is a really good idea! I hope you enjoy!

    published: 25 Jan 2018
  • A career in academic research. A perspective on funding. An interview with Prof. Francesco Visioli

    Much of the video interview is given over to advice to young scientists about different aspects of funding, which include competition, funding opportunities, funding intelligence tools, networking, rejection, and putting together a CV for grant applications. See also: http://www.biggerbrains.com/funding

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • Careers With A Purpose: It works! Funding your Workshop

    Pastor Steve Harling shares his innovative plan to easily and effectively fund a Careers With A Purpose Workshop ministry to get people back to work.

    published: 08 May 2013
  • Taylor Morrison Home Funding: Careers

    At Taylor Morrison Home Funding (TMHF), our commitment to financing is just as important as building homes. TMHF promises the best financing in today’s market place and experienced and knowledgeable mortgage professionals.

    published: 10 Mar 2016
  • "Late Stage College Funding" - "Careers and Majors, College Search Selection"

    "Late Stage College Funding" - "Careers and Majors, College Search Selection" How do you receive the money you need to go to college without going into insurmountable debt? Stage 2 and 3 "Career Majors, College Search Selection Stage."

    published: 28 Nov 2017
  • WIA Funding

    http://www.worldeducation.net As a partner of WIA funding approved and accredited providers, World Education.NET is proud to offer high-quality, online career training to adults who have been dislocated from employment. Our goal is to help enhance their skills and earning potential in a number of in-demand, careers. Dislocated workers are those who: • Were terminated or laid off • Are eligible for or have exhausted unemployment insurance • Have shown an attachment to the workforce but are ineligible for unemployment • Were self-employed but are now unemployed due to economic conditions • Are homemakers but no longer supported by another family member Workforce Investment Act was created in 1998 to reform federal job training programs. The goal is to have a skilled workforce so that U....

    published: 28 May 2014
  • University of Sussex: fees and funding

    Get the facts about fees and funding and find out about the great careers and employability support the University of Sussex offers to its students

    published: 18 Nov 2011
  • New American Funding | The Steps of Life – Planning for the Big Day

    A wedding happens once in a lifetime. Why not make it memorable? A cash-out refinance can help create the perfect day. It’s fast and easy. Get pre-approved today! New American Funding is always there for life’s most important moments. ►Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/newamericanfunding Follow New American Funding: Web: http://www.NewAmericanFunding.com Blog/Press: http://www.newamericanfunding.com/blog.aspx Careers: http://www.newamericanfunding.com/careers/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NewAmericanFunding Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/NewAmericanTeam LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/new-american-funding Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/newamericanteam For additional state licensing https://www.newamericanfunding.com/legal/state-licensing/

    published: 17 Apr 2018
  • Intervention on Youth Employment and the funding of the monopolies

    The MEP of the KKE, Sotiris Zarianopoulos, in his intervention on Youth Employment and the funding of the monopolies in the Plenary of the European Parliament (16/07/2014).

    published: 19 Feb 2015
  • Career Funding Strategies for Research Scientists - Nature Jobs

    If you are a graduate student, clinical fellow, or postdoctoral fellow, this BioScience Writers video is meant for you! We discuss strategies that will help you move from small grants to nationally competitive awards, and ultimately to independent NIH or NSF funding that can sustain your research career. This includes ideas on where to look for funding opportunities, how to manage your grant writing timeline, and key advice on writing your proposal with clarity. These grant writing tips are worth their weight in gold and can be applied to almost any grant proposal you write. This video was inspired by a 2015 Nature Jobs webcast that we participated in. View it here. http://www.nature.com/webcasts/event/funding-writing-successful-grant-proposal/ Video presented by Dr. Susan Marriott, Pre...

    published: 24 May 2017
  • TARGETjobs Law National Pupillage Fair talks 2017 - funding your career at the Bar

    Speaker: Silver Levene LLPMason Bloom Watch this video to find out: - How many different taxes you need to pay as a junior barrister - The criteria required to apply for funding from the Inns of Court - What you can write off as a tax expense The TARGETjobs Law National Pupillage Fair on 25 November 2017 played host to around 1,000 students and aspiring barristers and 30 chambers, GDL and BPTC law course providers and other bar-related professional organisations. Those applying for pupillage attend the careers fair to meet practising barristers to find out more about their chambers and areas of legal practice, get their insight on filling out pupillage applications via the Pupillage Gateway or chambers’ websites and how to present themselves at law interviews. Each year TARGETjob...

    published: 27 Nov 2017
  • Career and Technical Education Funding

    Pa. State Rep. David Millard poses questions about various funding streams to Pedro Rivera, Secretary of Education.

    published: 09 Mar 2016
  • Funding your scholarly publication

    Publishing a book-length work remains the yardstick for tenure and promotion, and, increasingly, even for appointment within the academy. Learn how you can turn your research into a book published by a scholarly press in Canada. For the rest of the presentation, visit universityaffairs.ca/careers.

    published: 31 Aug 2009
  • Stacie Bloom on Planning a STEM Career in Scientific Research

    In Chapter 18 of 18 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, Neuroscience Institute Executive Director Stacie Grossman Bloom answers "What Opportunities Do You See to Better Encourage People to Careers in the Sciences?" Bloom notes the push toward promoting STEM - science, technology, engineering, and math - careers. She also notes the need for role models. She then details the distinct challenges presented in scientific research careers, from the competitive education constraints to the financial constraints of National Institute of Health (NIH) early career salaries. Stacie Grossman Bloom is Executive Director for the Neuroscience Institute at the NYU Langone Medical Center. Previously, she was VP and Scientific Director at the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) and, before that, held...

    published: 29 Nov 2012
  • Career funding schemes - Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF

    Tour de Suisse - Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF University of Zurich 24 November 2017

    published: 31 Jan 2018
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Careers at Evolution Funding
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Careers at Evolution Funding

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Are you looking for a career with a leading UK organisation, where you can make a difference, have your input, get huge job satisfaction and work within industry-leading teams? Evolution Funding is the UK's leading automotive funding and retailing group. We've shown unprecedented growth over the past few years and consistently win awards both within and outside of our industry. However, we wouldn't be anywhere without our team of dedicated, focused and innovative people. This short video gives you an insight into what it's like to work at Evolution, what our people think of us, what we're looking for in fresh talent, and why we think we're the employer of choice. To view our range of opportunities, which include regional account management, sales support, customer service, software development, and graphic design, please visit: www.evolutionfunding/careers
https://wn.com/Careers_At_Evolution_Funding
Second Career in Canada including ontario funding - Great Expectation
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Second Career in Canada including ontario funding - Great Expectation

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This is a descriptive video about Second Career in Canada, How to know if you are eligible for second career opportunities in Canada, in all provinces (Ontario, British Columbia, Québec, Alberta, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Manitoba, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick). second career funding ontario If you need more information- CONTACT US -www.greatexpectation.ca Thank you for watching
https://wn.com/Second_Career_In_Canada_Including_Ontario_Funding_Great_Expectation
CHSTM: careers and funding information for taught Master's programmes
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CHSTM: careers and funding information for taught Master's programmes

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Information on career destinations, fees and funding from the taster session for the taught Master's programmes in History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Medical Humanities, and Science Communication at The University of Manchester, November 2017. For full information about these programmes, including contact details, see http://www.chstm.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/
https://wn.com/Chstm_Careers_And_Funding_Information_For_Taught_Master's_Programmes
Fundraising 101: Rueben Mayes at TEDxWSU 2014
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Fundraising 101: Rueben Mayes at TEDxWSU 2014

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Everyone at some point in their lives are asked to raise money for things whether a high school baseball tournament trip or part of a campaign. There are some fundamental elements to successfully raise money for all types of causes. My seven keys to successful fundraising will help all those who want to effectively put a plan in place and meet the fundraising goal. I will use some of my NFL and fundraising experiences as examples of how to successfully fund raise. Bio- Rueben Mayes leverages his passion for people and philanthropy to deliver the necessary resources in support of the Pullman Regional Hospital Mission. His success as a college two-time consensus All-American, National College Hall of Fame Inductee, NFL Rookie of the Year and multi-year Pro Bowl selectee opens many doors and builds rapport beyond his 20 year fundraising career. He went on to earn an MBA in 2000 and recently the re-designation of Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credentials. As Chief Development Officer, Rueben works closely with Department Medical Directors, physicians, hospital executive staff, foundation boards and committees to grow system-wide philanthropic/investment support for key priorities Rueben has been married for over 26 years to Marie Mayes (both WSU Alumnus) and they have two sons, Logan and Kellen. Volunteer community involvement activities include non profit fundraising consulting. His hobbies are fishing, reading, cooking, and is also an avid, golfer, skier and swimmer. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
https://wn.com/Fundraising_101_Rueben_Mayes_At_Tedxwsu_2014
NWCWebinars Factor 101:Access Funding & Advance Your Career
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NWCWebinars Factor 101:Access Funding & Advance Your Career

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The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings, better known as FACTOR, has been helping to propel the careers of Canadian artists for decades. From emerging to international touring acts, FACTOR has funding programs designed to not only help you produce and license your sound recordings, but also to support their commercialization through marketing and promotion, touring and showcasing, and video and digital content creation. FACTOR’s Karina Moldovan joins us in this FREE webinar to explain how FACTOR works, which funding programs are available to help you at any given point in your career, and how you can best take advantage.
https://wn.com/Nwcwebinars_Factor_101_Access_Funding_Advance_Your_Career
Vanguard Funding Careers
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Vanguard Funding Careers

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At Vanguard Funding you'll work with industry proven leaders. We have cutting-edge technology, marketing, and operational support. Join the team that will give you the power to close loans faster than the average mortgage banker. MAKE THE SWITCH TODAY! Looking for : Branch Managers & MLO's in CA, CT, FL, GA, MD, MA, NC, NJ, NY, & PA www.unleashVpower.com
https://wn.com/Vanguard_Funding_Careers
Creative Skillset Careers: Where shall I go to find out about funding?
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Creative Skillset Careers: Where shall I go to find out about funding?

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Creative Skillset Careers Advisor, Beverley Hills, gives guidance on the best sources of funding to move your creative media career on to the next level, including visiting www.creativeskillset.org/careers
https://wn.com/Creative_Skillset_Careers_Where_Shall_I_Go_To_Find_Out_About_Funding
Funding a Public Interest Career
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Funding a Public Interest Career

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The Problem With Postdocs and Science Academia (aka Should I Get A PhD?)
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The Problem With Postdocs and Science Academia (aka Should I Get A PhD?)

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A career in science academia is... grand and prestigious. You walk in hallowed halls, work with the best minds in white labs solving the most complex and important problems of our day. You do lots of research, then one day you’ll become a professor with a leather-bound seat, oak panelled office, lots of books, lots of money and an important body of work. Wake up guys! Sadly, it doesn’t always happen like this. In fact, it rarely does. See, the complicated (and frankly crappy) path to becoming a scientist is forcing many of the best people out of science. And who is the first to go? Yup, women, minorities and low socio economic groups. Which is why science looks like this – old white dudes. BEC But how did it get to be this way? Isn’t science supposed to be about the search for truth, regardless of who you are and where you come from? Well, no. See, most people who pursue a PhD in science do so with the intention of getting a job in academia, specifically as a faculty member. But in nearly all STEM related fields, you can’t get a faculty-level position at a university without doing postdoc work. What is post-doc work? It’s research that you do after your doctorate, hence the name (post - doc). Post-doc work is essentially like doing a scientific apprenticeship or as Drake would say – starting from the bottom. Universities who hire post-doc researchers often use them as their main force of leg-work – they are the ones actually conducting experiments, recording data and just all and all deal with the boring and tedious parts of being a scientist. Along with grad students (Phds) – postdocs are often the primary authors on many studies. But post doc work is extremely low paying, considering you’ve just spent 10 years getting a damn PhD. Salaries are often paid as stipends, with the amount set by NIH’s National Research Service Awards, and start at around $43,000. Which is roughly $10,000 less than you’d make as McDonalds store manager. But at least McDonalds store managers get benefits. Postdocs are often contractors, hired on for one to three years at a time, which means they don’t get benefits and their jobs aren’t secure. Obviously the AIM is to get a more secure and well paying faculty position after a post doc – but because universities are handing out more pHD’s then there are faculty jobs – researchers often move around from post doc to post doc for 10 years or more. And all these years of pipetting and data recording doesn’t provide many real world skills that would be useful if you wanted to leave academia. So many promising scientists are trapped in this cycle of low paying, insecure, menial work - despite having 10 years of college and college debt behind them. This is right around the time the’re in their late 20s or early 30s and are maybe trying to start a family or buy a house - but they can;t because their job might mean they have to move to a completely new city at the end of the year, at their own expense. A study from the University of California Berkley showed that 45% of science PhD students were clinically depressed – citing factors like career prospects, living conditions, financial confidence as sources of concern. And, as mentioned – it also keeps the white, wealthy, male status quo in science academia – as women (particularly women from minorities or low socioeconomic backgrounds) are often forced to leave their post doc if they want to have a family because there’s no maternity leave and not enough money to cover the cost of kids. BEC Okay, so post docs are bad for early careers scientists. But how does the post doc program impact science itself? For starters, the length of these terms may not be enough for the researchers to do the most thorough research. They need to publish in order to secure a permanent science job, and they need to and they need to publish before their two year contract is up. Chop chop! Source: http://www.vox.com/2016/7/14/12016710/science-challeges-research-funding-peer-review-process#7 https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/04/22/berkeley-study-finds-high-levels-depression-among-graduate-students http://qz.com/547641/theres-an-awful-cost-to-getting-a-phd-that-no-one-talks-about/ Attribution: Drake DFree / Shutterstock.com McDonalds Ken Wolter / Shutterstock.com Presented by Jayde Lovell, Directed by Mizanur Rahman and Edited by Kevin Cunningham, scripted by Stephanie Slepian. SCIQ ON THE YOUNG TURKS Produced by Jayde Lovell and Bec Susan Gill. ScIQ is a partner of the The Young Turks Network. Follow SciQ on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ScIQ_TYT Follow SciQ on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sciq.tyt?ref=hl Follow Jayde on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jaydelovell Follow Jayde on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jaydelovell Follow Bec on Twitter: https://twitter.com/becsusangill Follow Bec on Instagram: https://instagram.com/becsusangill CONTACT For enquiries – please email bec@tytnetwork.com or jayde@tytnetwork.com
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University Funding, Student Jobs & How I Financed My Two Degrees | Atousa
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University Funding, Student Jobs & How I Financed My Two Degrees | Atousa

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You guys have been asking me about finances and funding for university and how I paid for my two degrees at newcastle university and king's college london. in this video I want to talk to you about finances in terms of loans, grants, scholarships and sponsorships that you can get in order for you to go and study at university. I also want to talk to you about some ways you can earn more money as a student on the side of your studies, and how you can save money to help with you education. Part time jobs as a student is a really good idea! I hope you enjoy!
https://wn.com/University_Funding,_Student_Jobs_How_I_Financed_My_Two_Degrees_|_Atousa
A career in academic research. A perspective on funding. An interview with Prof. Francesco Visioli
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A career in academic research. A perspective on funding. An interview with Prof. Francesco Visioli

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Much of the video interview is given over to advice to young scientists about different aspects of funding, which include competition, funding opportunities, funding intelligence tools, networking, rejection, and putting together a CV for grant applications. See also: http://www.biggerbrains.com/funding
https://wn.com/A_Career_In_Academic_Research._A_Perspective_On_Funding._An_Interview_With_Prof._Francesco_Visioli
Careers With A Purpose: It works! Funding your Workshop
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Careers With A Purpose: It works! Funding your Workshop

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Pastor Steve Harling shares his innovative plan to easily and effectively fund a Careers With A Purpose Workshop ministry to get people back to work.
https://wn.com/Careers_With_A_Purpose_It_Works_Funding_Your_Workshop
Taylor Morrison Home Funding: Careers
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Taylor Morrison Home Funding: Careers

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At Taylor Morrison Home Funding (TMHF), our commitment to financing is just as important as building homes. TMHF promises the best financing in today’s market place and experienced and knowledgeable mortgage professionals.
https://wn.com/Taylor_Morrison_Home_Funding_Careers
"Late Stage College Funding" - "Careers and Majors, College Search Selection"
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"Late Stage College Funding" - "Careers and Majors, College Search Selection"

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"Late Stage College Funding" - "Careers and Majors, College Search Selection" How do you receive the money you need to go to college without going into insurmountable debt? Stage 2 and 3 "Career Majors, College Search Selection Stage."
https://wn.com/Late_Stage_College_Funding_Careers_And_Majors,_College_Search_Selection
WIA Funding
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WIA Funding

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http://www.worldeducation.net As a partner of WIA funding approved and accredited providers, World Education.NET is proud to offer high-quality, online career training to adults who have been dislocated from employment. Our goal is to help enhance their skills and earning potential in a number of in-demand, careers. Dislocated workers are those who: • Were terminated or laid off • Are eligible for or have exhausted unemployment insurance • Have shown an attachment to the workforce but are ineligible for unemployment • Were self-employed but are now unemployed due to economic conditions • Are homemakers but no longer supported by another family member Workforce Investment Act was created in 1998 to reform federal job training programs. The goal is to have a skilled workforce so that U.S. companies can find skilled workers. Who is eligible for WIA funding? • Any adult over the age of 18 • Priority is given to recipients of public assistance and low income individuals • Employed adults may also be eligible We know the ultimate goal for you and your WIA counselor is to help you get out into the workforce again. Our WIA approved courses are 100% online and instructor-facilitated, and are offered through well-known, fully accredited colleges and universities. For more information on WIA funding, visit www.WorldEducation.net or contact us at (855) 201-6910. Empowering students through elearning World Education.net (855) 201-6910
https://wn.com/Wia_Funding
University of Sussex: fees and funding
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University of Sussex: fees and funding

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Get the facts about fees and funding and find out about the great careers and employability support the University of Sussex offers to its students
https://wn.com/University_Of_Sussex_Fees_And_Funding
New American Funding | The Steps of Life – Planning for the Big Day
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New American Funding | The Steps of Life – Planning for the Big Day

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A wedding happens once in a lifetime. Why not make it memorable? A cash-out refinance can help create the perfect day. It’s fast and easy. Get pre-approved today! New American Funding is always there for life’s most important moments. ►Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/newamericanfunding Follow New American Funding: Web: http://www.NewAmericanFunding.com Blog/Press: http://www.newamericanfunding.com/blog.aspx Careers: http://www.newamericanfunding.com/careers/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NewAmericanFunding Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/NewAmericanTeam LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/new-american-funding Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/newamericanteam For additional state licensing https://www.newamericanfunding.com/legal/state-licensing/
https://wn.com/New_American_Funding_|_The_Steps_Of_Life_–_Planning_For_The_Big_Day
Intervention on Youth Employment and the funding of the monopolies
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Intervention on Youth Employment and the funding of the monopolies

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The MEP of the KKE, Sotiris Zarianopoulos, in his intervention on Youth Employment and the funding of the monopolies in the Plenary of the European Parliament (16/07/2014).
https://wn.com/Intervention_On_Youth_Employment_And_The_Funding_Of_The_Monopolies
Career Funding Strategies for Research Scientists - Nature Jobs
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Career Funding Strategies for Research Scientists - Nature Jobs

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If you are a graduate student, clinical fellow, or postdoctoral fellow, this BioScience Writers video is meant for you! We discuss strategies that will help you move from small grants to nationally competitive awards, and ultimately to independent NIH or NSF funding that can sustain your research career. This includes ideas on where to look for funding opportunities, how to manage your grant writing timeline, and key advice on writing your proposal with clarity. These grant writing tips are worth their weight in gold and can be applied to almost any grant proposal you write. This video was inspired by a 2015 Nature Jobs webcast that we participated in. View it here. http://www.nature.com/webcasts/event/funding-writing-successful-grant-proposal/ Video presented by Dr. Susan Marriott, President and Founder of BioScience Writers, Professor at Baylor College of Medicine- Molecular Virology and Microbiology. https://www.facebook.com/BioScienceWriters https://twitter.com/BioScienceWrite https://www.linkedin.com/company/Bioscience-Writers-LLC https://plus.google.com/+BioScienceWriters https://www.youtube.com/BioScienceWriters
https://wn.com/Career_Funding_Strategies_For_Research_Scientists_Nature_Jobs
TARGETjobs Law National Pupillage Fair talks 2017 - funding your career at the Bar
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TARGETjobs Law National Pupillage Fair talks 2017 - funding your career at the Bar

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Speaker: Silver Levene LLPMason Bloom Watch this video to find out: - How many different taxes you need to pay as a junior barrister - The criteria required to apply for funding from the Inns of Court - What you can write off as a tax expense The TARGETjobs Law National Pupillage Fair on 25 November 2017 played host to around 1,000 students and aspiring barristers and 30 chambers, GDL and BPTC law course providers and other bar-related professional organisations. Those applying for pupillage attend the careers fair to meet practising barristers to find out more about their chambers and areas of legal practice, get their insight on filling out pupillage applications via the Pupillage Gateway or chambers’ websites and how to present themselves at law interviews. Each year TARGETjobs Law hosts an educative talks programme at the pupillage fair that allows barristers, lecturers, finance professionals , pro bono experts and Bar regulators the chance to offer their careers advice to recent graduates and pupillage candidates and explain a little about life at the Bar. We bring videos of these talks to YouTube to help inform career decisions, advise those undertaking the job application and interview process and to provide an entertaining look at legal life in chambers. For more information about making a career at the Bar, check out https://www.targetjobslaw.co.uk.
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Career and Technical Education Funding
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Career and Technical Education Funding

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Pa. State Rep. David Millard poses questions about various funding streams to Pedro Rivera, Secretary of Education.
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Funding your scholarly publication
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Funding your scholarly publication

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Publishing a book-length work remains the yardstick for tenure and promotion, and, increasingly, even for appointment within the academy. Learn how you can turn your research into a book published by a scholarly press in Canada. For the rest of the presentation, visit universityaffairs.ca/careers.
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Stacie Bloom on Planning a STEM Career in Scientific Research
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Stacie Bloom on Planning a STEM Career in Scientific Research

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In Chapter 18 of 18 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, Neuroscience Institute Executive Director Stacie Grossman Bloom answers "What Opportunities Do You See to Better Encourage People to Careers in the Sciences?" Bloom notes the push toward promoting STEM - science, technology, engineering, and math - careers. She also notes the need for role models. She then details the distinct challenges presented in scientific research careers, from the competitive education constraints to the financial constraints of National Institute of Health (NIH) early career salaries. Stacie Grossman Bloom is Executive Director for the Neuroscience Institute at the NYU Langone Medical Center. Previously, she was VP and Scientific Director at the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) and, before that, held editorial roles at the Journal of Clinical Investigation and Nature Medicine. She earned her BA in chemistry and psychology from the University of Delaware, her PhD in Neurobiology and Cell Biology at Georgetown University and did post-doctoral training in Paul Greengard's Nobel Laboratory of Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience at Rockefeller University. View more career videos like these at http://www.captureyourflag.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/captureyourflag Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/captureyourflag Transcript: Erik Michielsen: What opportunities do you see to better encourage people to pursue careers in the sciences? Stacie Grossman Bloom: So, you know, in this country, I think there’s a big emphasis now on trying to improve STEM: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education in younger people. I think that in order to pursue a career in research, there have to be role models and incentives, it’s not the same as law or finance or business where you know that you can go out and become a very successful person. A life in scientific research is unbelievably daunting and challenging, for a lot of reasons, I mean first of all, it’s hard. You go to school for a very long time, but when you get out of school, after 5 years, for doing a PhD, at that point, you’re generally about 30 years old, sometimes older, sometimes younger, you still have to go and do a postdoc, and postdoc salaries are really dictated by the NIH, by the National Institutes of Health. And those salaries are very hard to live on. So a starting postdoc, a 30-year-old person with a PhD might be making $42,000 a year, and you can see why many people maybe wouldn’t choose that path, but even if you do choose that path, and you are gonna live on $42,000 a year in a place like New York City, which—a lot of people do it. Obviously I did it. And at the time, not even making $42,000 a year, I think my salary was $33,000 a year. You know, you still have a very challenging future ahead of you if you’re on the track that where you’re pursuing the traditional scientific career, where you do a postdoc, maybe you do a second postdoc, and then you interview for an assistant professor, tenure track assistant professor job, and get on, you know, the path to a tenured full professor position, maybe even a chairman position. There’s a big drop off at the postdoc stage because making that transition to the next phase is really, really difficult because you have to be unbelievably successful scientifically, you have to publish your work. It would be great if you were funded independently as a researcher, and then those positions for assistant professors, associate professors, full professors, they just don’t come up very often. So it’s hard to be positively reinforced I think, and it’s hard to succeed. I mean it’s hard to compete with the giant pool of postdocs that are out there. Erik Michielsen: Where’s the inflection point, how do you make it easier? Stacie Grossman Bloom: I don’t think it’s going to become easier until the NIH changes their funding structure. The budget for the NIH has been basically flat for a while, which doesn’t give you a lot of incentive to go that route. I mean the success of your grand proposal is not very promising. I think there have to be big changes in the way that we support scientists and fund scientists in this country.
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