BE INCLUDED in this year's dynamic conversation on gender equity, identity, and intersectionality driving the @NSHE 2018 Southern Nevada Diversity Summit Register at nsc.edu/diversity-summit. #NevadaState#diversity
Wouldn’t you like to have a better understanding of what the company culture is like before you even interview? You can read the reviews but it is even better if you know people who have actually worked at the company. It is not what you know, it is who you know. When companies interview candidates, they always ask for references. Are you asking for employee references for the companies you are interviewing with? #hiring#jobopening#software#jobsearch#jobs#softwaresales#companyculture#diversity
Экскурсия «Мы наш, мы новый мир построим!» — конструктивизм как архитектурный стиль пролетариата
18 августа 18:00...20:00, забронировать: sputnik8.com/t/15598
Елена Севенард — медик с 30-летним стажем,она живет недалеко от Нарвской заставы и изучает ранний советский период и революционный романтизм. В рамках «Открытой карты» Елена проведет нас по своему району и расскажет о конструктивизме как архитектурном стиле.
300₽, если вы репостнули анонс, 400₽ — если нет. Все экскурсии бронируются заранее, предоплата — 50%. Это 5 экскурсий пятницы, а всего их ещё больше: sputnik8.com/ru/st-petersburg/category/openmap
«Открытая карта» — фестиваль экскурсий от местных для местных.
Ph: Анна Балахонцева
Hi everyone! This is the new Instagram for KSU's Student Government Association! Even though our instagram might have changed, our mission stays the same, and that is to advocate for student success while at the same time serving as the bridge between faculty and students.
If you would like to find out more about us, check out our website in the bio. Good luck to everyone this semester! Let's start this school year out on a positive note.
A central tenant of Islam is to take care of those who are less fortunate than ourselves.
It is for this reason that His Holiness, Mirza Masroor Ahmad (ada), has constantly encouraged students to pick professions where we can serve Humanity. For example, His Holiness has repeatedly drawn students’ attention towards the medical field (to staff hospitals built by Humanity First. These doctors would pay for their own expenses and travel to the hospitals so more funds can be used directly for patients).
Becoming doctors/paramedics/nurses will help people in the third world on a more immediate basis. However, His Holiness has also encouraged students to enter the teaching field. Education is the tool that we can give to children so that they can lift themselves out of poverty. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has built many schools and Ahmadi Muslim students are encouraged to become teachers and to volunteer their time at the schools.
In addition, His Holiness has directed the community to make Wells, clinics, various other buildings, focus on helping people acquire skills that can be used in work etc. This is all an attempt to lift people out of poverty in the third world.
Humanity First supports many of the initiatives mentioned above. If you’d like to donate to an organization that will actually help people, then please look into Humanity First!
“The art of a figure skater is to use your body as an instrument of beauty.”- DNP
Flashback to 14-year-old Dani:
My fight was to land an axel
At 15, I woke up paralyzed below my knee on my right leg
I still do not know why this happened
After a miracle nerve surgery, an AFO, and PT- I regained neural control of my foot.
I fell in love with running, for running came easier than walking.
While walking with a proper gait required such cognition and habit changing behavior, running required nothing.
Running became my freedom.
Though I cannot skate the way I used to due to the nerve, this nerve was the beginning of my self-soul journey, a never ending path that I am now healthy and able to embrace.
Skating days remind me of my pre-developed notion of power.
Strength is not determined by the height of your jumps; strength is determined by the expanse of your heart and the openness of your mind. The 45 degree edge of a skater is nothing compared to the 1 degree edge of a survivor.
Living life on the edge was no longer the question of falling; it was the question of living.
I finally feel alive.
I am life.
I am beyond body.
I hope to one day get back on the ice and for my nerve pain to magically dissipate and to land that axel.
Perhaps this will happen, or maybe this is part of my path to find a new passion
Only time and journey will tell 🙏💫
For those who do not know my story, may this be a reminder that we all have special needs and that most of one another’s needs are unseen and unknown
Enjoy today and stay special ✌️
#fridayfacts coming at ya!
1 in 792 births is a beautiful baby born with an extra chromosome. We have added a resources page to the www.theheartability.com to provide families, friends, and the community with additional support and knowledge! Let’s spread the world people! #friyay#tgif#heartability
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The Alex Dufresne Gallery is pleased to present
Diversity, a retrospective exhibit by Helen Whitehead.
In her own words, "Diversity" is a show that displays the best examples of her work in a very "outside the box" type of creativity. Using an impressionist style that stretches the limits, her work holds many layers of symbolism while demonstrating to her audience the diversity of sports, activities, volunteerism and more that North Bay has to offer.
For 40 years Helen has created artwork using materials such as watercolours, acrylic, mixed media, pastel, and graphite and has had a remarkable artistic career. She has won over 20 awards with the Northern Ontario Art Association (NOAA), has created commissions for Nipissing University, Denison Mines Ltd., North Bay Regional Hospital, Investors Group, Children's Aid Society, the Pro-Cathedral of the Assumption and more, and her work is found in the collections of the Ontario Northland Railway, Jim Redpath, Northeastern Regional Cancer Centre, Temiskaming Art Gallery and more.
Opening remarks will begin at 2:15 and there will be light refreshments. The show will remain on display until October 27 and the fall/winter hours of the gallery are Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10:00 to 5:00pm.
Special thanks to the show sponsors: Hillside Funeral Services Ltd., Steven Wright (Investors Group Wealth Management), Dynamic Dentistry, and Symetrics.
I love photos like these. I love how it shows us how bodies can be so different, and this is just two of many photos! Two pictures, seems like a completely different body type, but both very much my body. But whatever I’m doing, I love my rolls. They’ve become a part of me and I’m not afraid to show them anymore. I feel like seeing your insecurities as a part of you, will make you embrace them instead of hate them. It’s a journey, I know. Used to hide my rolls beneath my clothes. Used to think “fat” was the worst thing to be called by someone. Some would say I’m disgusting in the second picture and I look good in the first. But why compare? Sometimes I feel like showing my hourglass shape and other times I feel like showing my rolls. We’ve been culturally conditioned to believe that nice bodies only look one way. But they don’t. They can look like the first picture, the second picture, or not like that at all!!! Your body was never the problem, how we’ve been taught to see it is! [post inspired by @bodyposipanda@khrystyana & @iskra] #LoveYourBody#LoveMyRolls#LoveTheSkinYoureIn
Hold on to your heart rate! It's about to skyrocket! We really stretched ourselves with this fitness choreography to go after that high-intensity zone, and the toning components are just icing on the cake! We LOVE this #throwback! Do you?? #TBT#ThrowBackThursday
STORMZY is a true champion for black excellence.
The rapper recently announced the launch of a publishing imprint called Merky Books to help young writers become published authors and donated £9,000 to an Oxford student's crowdfunder for her to go to Harvard in the US.
Now, the hitmaker is adding to that list of good deeds, after announcing that he will help fund two black British students to go to Cambridge University.
The Stormzy Scholarship will pay for tuition fees and provide a maintenance grant for up to four years of an undergraduate course.
Speaking to the BBC, the Cold MC said: "It's so important for black students, especially, to be aware that it can 100% be an option to attend a university of this calibre." BBC reports the rapper will fund two students this year and two in 2019.
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