‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Share Add to My List In My List Related Stories Atlanta is gearing up for the 49th AJC Peachtree Road Race on Wednesday.Whether you plan to be a spectator or part of the race, know what to expect from the event since it will draw tens of thousands to the Buckhead and Midtown areas.We’ve compiled essential details, such as start times, nearest MARTA stations and road closures, ahead of the world’s largest 10-Kilometer race.Times and locationThe race will start Wednesday on Peachtree Road near Lenox Towers and Lenox Square Mall. Runners will start in waves beginning with Wheelchair Start at 6:25 a.m., Elite Women at 6:50 a.m. then Elite Men & Seeded and Wave A at 7 a.m. Every 5 minutes groups will begin the race until Wave Y starts at 8:40 a.m.Areas with the best viewsWithin the first mile, spectators should plan to be in the Buckhead shopping areas for a good view of the runners starting the race. In the middle of the race, the Peachtree Battle Shopping Center and Piedmont Hospital are good spots to see the action, according to the Atlanta Track Club. Towards the end of the race, runners can be seen clearly at the corner of Peachtree and 10th Streets.Where to watch onlineChannel 2 Action News will stream the start and finish of the race online, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.Weather forecastExpect a high of around 89 degrees and low of 72 degrees on Wednesday, according to today’s The Weather Channel forecast. There’s a 40 percent chance of rain in the forecast, along with 68 percent humidity. During the night, the chance of rain drops to 20 percent, and it should be partly cloudy.Closest MARTA train stopsGet easy access to where the race starts by taking MARTA’s rail line to the Lenox Station. MARTA’s Midtown and Art Center stations are close to the race’s end point. Plan your trip to the race using MARTA’s map.Road closuresAt midnight on July 4, Peachtree Road between Lenox Road and around Lenox Parkway will close. Several roads will be unavailable tomorrow morning starting at 4:30 a.m. for vehicular traffic and 6:00 a.m. for foot traffic. Read the full list of closed roads here. Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility For Whom The Bell Rings
Share 0 Tweet Charity Entrepreneurship Incubation Program 2021 ← Study in Bavaria with BAYHOST Scholarship Pocket LinkedIn 0 Fundraiser in European Youth Press → +1 World of Children Award Reddit August 26, 2014 Published by vladimir Charity Entrepreneurship Incubation Program in London 2020 Similar Stories Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Deadline: 20 September 2014Open to: young people from 18 to 30 years oldVenue: 18-19 October 2014, Lutsk, UkraineDescriptionThe Ukrainian city of Lutsk will host the II International Youth Forum 2014 that will become a meeting place for the active youth forum from European countries. The participants will exchange experience and ideas in order to create and maintain cooperation. During these two days participants will take part in presentations, discussions, panel, workshops and will explore the Ukrainian city, Lutsk. There will be various presentations of international funds and Ukrainian charity organizations and it will be valuable initiative that will help young activists to find the financial help for the creative projects. Also the forum encourages young leaders to take part in a contest of project ideas and the best one will be awarded.EligibilityThe forum is open to young European people who are 18 to 30 years of age.CostsThe organizers will provide meals and accommodation. Travel costs are on participants personal contribution.ApplicationYou can apply for the International Youth Forum here.For additional information please contact Oleksandr Shvets at : [email protected] or [email protected]omThe official webpage International Youth Forum in Lutsk
25% 15% Programming and Advising· Provide 1-on-1 and small-group career advising and coaching foralumni, supporting those who are unemployed, under employed,seeking a career change, or looking to advance in theircareers· Develop innovative, entrepreneurial career education programmingand resources for alumni at all career stages to build the skillsand competencies required for successful careers (NACE competenciesand others); collect data on the success of these and otherinitiatives to hone future initiatives· Maintain active communication through LinkedIn, social media,targeted emails, and in-person or virtual engagement withalumni.· Coordinate with the AD of Operations and Technology to ensurethat alumni are utilizing the career technologies available tothem, including Vault, Quinncia, and Handshake. Increase alumniengagement with these tools.· Work with the AD of Career Equity and Access to ensure thatcareer education initiatives are inclusive of all alumni and arereaching alumni populations that may be traditionallyunderserved. Requirements/Qualifications: Suffolk University is a private, urban university located in theheart of downtown Boston. Our college green is the Boston Commonand we are steps from dozens of historic sites including the OldState House, Faneuil Hall, City Hall and the Massachusetts StateHouse. We have no real boundaries to our campus—Boston and Suffolkblend together.Suffolk has been committed to creating an exceptional learningexperience since 1906. Our vision is to be recognized as a dynamicinstitution that fosters engaged learning, rigorous scholarship,innovative thinking, and community collaboration acrossdisciplines. We will ensure that Suffolk graduates are versatileand prepared for modern society and the new world market. We willprovide rich curricula, experiential learning opportunities andprofessional mentoring through increased collaboration with alumniand community partners. We will recruit, mentor, and support adiverse faculty of teacher-scholars who are passionately committedto preparing our students to be leaders in the global community. Wewill inspire investment in a Suffolk community that is built onethical, forward-thinking leadership, teamwork, andcooperation.We compete for the best talent. We are an equal opportunityemployer committed to a diverse community. We are actively seekingapplicants from groups that might be under-represented because ofrace/color, gender, religion, real or perceived disability,national origin or LGBTQ status. As part of our commitment weencourage you to complete the demographic portion of theapplication in addition to submitting your cover letter andresume/CV as it will assist us in targeting our recruitmentefforts.Please note that Suffolk University conducts background checks as acondition of employment.We are also committed to the well-being of our employees. Ourterrific benefits package for benefits-eligible positions include,but are not limited to:Generous paid time-off programs and commitment to work-lifebalanceTuition free course benefits in the College of Arts andSciences and in the Sawyer Business School for employees withadditional tuition benefits for spouses, domestic partners, andchildrenTop-notch well-being care available through Harvard PilgrimMedical/Delta Dental and a Flexible Spending AccountPre-tax commuter benefitEmployee Assistance Program that provides employees and theirfamily members with initial assessment, referrals and short-termcounseling for personal and work challengesDiscounted home and auto insuranceDescriptionThis role is open at both the Assistant Director and AssociateDirector level, depending on the candidate’s experience.The AD for Alumni Career Engagement will be one of two people hiredinto this newly-created role. This individual will be responsiblefor developing innovative, entrepreneurial programming andresources for alumni at all career stages that help them build theskills and competencies required for successful and fulfillingcareers. They will provide 1-on-1 and small-group career advisingand coaching for alumni, and identify other ways to educate andsupport alumni at scale. They will also support initiatives throughthe Career Center and Alumni Office to build professionalcommunities and mentoring relationships among alumni.The two ADs for Alumni Career Engagement will report to a Directorof Career Exploration along with two ADs for Career Explorationserving current undergrad and graduate students, and an AD ofInternships and Mentoring Programs. The Career Exploration strandwill be part of Suffolk’s Center for Career Education andProfessional Development (CEPD), which will include two otherstrands focused on developing industry-specific career communitiesand managing the operational needs of the Center. Primary/Principal Responsibilities: Building Networks· Foster the growth of professional networks and mentoringrelationships among Suffolk alumni at various levels of theircareer journeys· Connect alumni who are interested in hiring Suffolk students andalums; connect them with the career community that best aligns withtheir hiring goals.· Advance the reputation and recognition of the Suffolk CareerCenter among the alumni community. Collaboration· Coordinate with teammates across CEPD to ensure that programmingand efforts support, rather than conflict with, other efforts onthe team and at the institution. Coordinate with colleagues in thisgroup to develop a model/framework/rubric for career education thatcan guide the work of the entire team.· Serve as an integrated member of the Alumni Relations team,supporting career development initiatives they identify andrecruiting their support for CEPD projects· Work with faculty in capstone courses to connect with graduatingstudents at the undergraduate and graduate level; integrate earlycareer management content into these courses whereappropriate· Partner with CEPD colleagues leading each of the nine CareerCommunities to gain more industry-specific information for alumniand to connect job-seeking alumni with Suffolk employerpartners 60% Master’s preferred, Bachelor’s degree required, with at least 3years of experience in career services, employer relations,recruiting, or other related fieldsDemonstrated ability to work with individuals of diversebackgroundsExperience coaching early- and mid-career individuals throughcareer research, job applications, and career transitionsAbility to develop and implement engaging programming andresources, and to evaluate the efficacy of these interventionsResults-oriented and eager to contribute to and achieveperformance targets of a high performing team.Familiarity with trends in regional employment markets andlabor trendsExcellent written communication, public speaking, and listeningskills.
After a relatively quiet few months, 2019 is shaping up to be a great year for country music, with plenty of new album announcements and single releases to back them up. This week has been particularly strong on that front, with new releases from the likes of Brantley Gilbert, Riley Green, The Highwomen, Luke Combs and American Young among others.However, the clear winner this week was Kendell Marvel’s Hard Time With The Truth. It’s the first release from his upcoming second album, Solid Gold Sounds, which is due out on 11th October and is the follow-up to 2018’s Lowdown And Lonesome.Take a listen to the track below:The song starts off with a melodic, picked acoustic guitar line before the heavy, pulsing drumbeat kicks in. Marvel’s deep, gravelly vocals are layered over weighty piano chords on the verses, with a measured approach that stops the song from feeling too melodramatic. The quivering strings add to the layers of instrumentation which build up towards a hard rock-influenced chorus, with a wailing electric guitar riff backing Marvel’s powerful belt. You can really feel the conviction in his voice as he sings and he fills the song with raw emotion.However, what really stands out to me are the lyrics, which see Marvel telling a former partner that he’s fallen out of love with her – or perhaps never really loved her at all. There’s a frank, confessional nature to the song as Marvel confronts the reality of his relationship, not only with his ex but also with himself, as he sings ‘When I look into the mirror/Sometimes I don’t like what I see/It’s like I’m looking at the devil/Staring right straight back at me’. It’s definitely a twist on your standard country break-up song and there’s something about that I find really refreshing and authentic. I also really like the wordplay in the chorus – ‘It ain’t that I don’t like lyin’ next to you/Just always had a hard time with the truth’.Hard Time With The Truth is an atmospheric song which draws on blues and classic Southern rock influences and has plenty of dramatic flair, as well as showcasing Marvel’s distinctive vocals. He won over plenty of fans with his first album and on tour in the UK last year, when he supported Brothers Osborne. Based on this evidence, we’re in for another record that delivers more of the same – and should gain him a new audience to boot.Honorable MentionMidland seem to always be the bridesmaid and never the bride in our Song of the Week picks, but they’re still putting out consistently good tracks ahead of their sophomore album, Let It Roll, released later this month. The latest of these is Cheatin’ Songs, which does exactly what it says on the tin.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Sung from the perspective of a man whose wife is having an affair, it’s a classic country tune that sounds like ‘something circa 1973′ (to quote the lyrics), in the vein of Drinkin’ Problem and Burn Out from their debut album. What really surprised me about it though was Mark Wystrach’s delivery – his smooth vocals glide effortlessly over the melody and on the surface come across as quite wry and knowing, but there’s an uncertainty about it that brings the emotion of the song through in contrast to the deceptive, laid-back melody of the song. It’s definitely the best track they’ve put out from Let It Roll so far and is making me very keen to see what they’ve got in store on the rest of the album.
(Reuters) – Andy Ruiz Jr. dethroned British title-holder Anthony Joshua with a stunning seventh-round stoppage at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Saturday to become the first Mexican-American world heavyweight champion. Joshua, previously undefeated and fighting for the first time in the United States, was defending his IBF, WBA and WBO titles but was knocked down four times in the fight before the referee waved off the contest in the seventh.Joshua said he could have fought on but had no harsh words for the referee.“I want to fight. I am never one of those fighters to disrespect a referee like, ‘he should have done this’ or ‘he should have done that,’” he added. “He called it off when he thought I couldn’t fight. It’s a shame. But I don’t want anyone to drown in their sorrows.”The defeat was a setback but Joshua said he would be back.