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Kindergarten to College has achieved its goal of reaching all elementary schools in the San Francisco Unified School District. This year, Citi Microfinance and the Citi Foundation partnered to drive a discussion on agricultural value chain finance through a panel titled "From Farm to Plate" (check out this blog post for one attendee's take). Citi Community Development was proud to support the 38th Annual Lunar New Year Banquet of its long-time community partner, Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE.) Citi Foundation has supported the work of AAFE's affiliate, Renaissance Economic Development Corporation, a CDFI and technical assistance provider focused on low-income, minority and women-owned businesses in low-income immigrant neighborhoods. CurrenC SF is a partnership between the San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and the United Way of the Bay Area, with generous support from Citi Community Development, Visa and the Levi Strauss Foundation.
For employers, moving to direct deposit and paperless pay can lower payroll processing costs by up to 90 percent, and eliminates the headache of lost and stolen checks. CurrenC SF is an extension of the City's pioneering program Bank on San Francisco, which has provided over 72,000 bank accounts to low-income San Franciscans and spread to more than 100 cities across the country. More than 67,000 households in San Francisco are paid with paper checks, including 68 percent of low-income workers. Several CurrenC SF Employer Champions including Recology, Blue Shield of California, William Watlington Foods, Walgreens, Rickshaw Bagworks, Bi-Rite Market and Goodwill Industries were recognized for their leadership in financial empowerment efforts and participated in the launch. The CurrenC SF website provides resources to help employers initiate or expand direct deposit in their organizations. As Black History Month draws to a close, I am mindful of how fortunate I am to work for two organizations that are strongly committed to the twin, complementary goals of diversity and empowerment.
Similarly, New York City Mission Society, for which I am Chair of the Board of Directors, promotes the positive development of underserved young people and families in order to strengthen communities and, as a consequence, our city's diversity. As it turns out, both Citi and New York City Mission Society are celebrating 200 years of service in 2012.
Citi's commitment to diversity spans the organization a€” particularly through the activities of Citi's Employee Networks a€” and the calendar, with events and activities highlighting the months that have been formally designated to celebrate the culture, history and contributions of various communities. Across the country, Citi's African Heritage Networks (AHN) provide a wide range of educational, cultural and fellowship-building opportunities during African American History Month. Ellen Stafford, who has been with Citi in Irving, Texas for a little over four years, got involved with the Dallas-Fort Worth AHN as Communications Chair this year. As Executive Recruiter for North America, Ellen is very aware that Citi provides an even playing field on which qualified applicants, both within and outside Citi, can compete. Ellen is shifting her recruiting focus from IT to sustaining Citi's overall culture of diversity.
More broadly, Ellen would like to see an increase in positive, healthy messages in popular culture, particularly for children, and a continued and strong policy focus on education.
Annette Griffin of Baltimore agrees about the importance of education and how helpful it can be to have a mentor, as she did. Annette is a Senior HR Generalist and supports employees in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. In Columbus, Ohio, Jenine Johnson of Securities Processing notes that Citi has had a major impact on diversity in her metropolitan area, thanks in particular to the leadership of the Columbus Office Director Mark Bjorstrom. Jenine has taken an active role herself in expanding diversity, including introducing Citi's African Heritage Network in Columbus. Jenine strongly values African American History Month and all the diversity months that Citi celebrates.
Willie Henry Jr., of Citi's Graduate Recruitment Team in Jacksonville, Florida, is co-chair of the AHN there. Willie draws inspiration from football legend Jerry Rice a€” "who showed that, with the right tools and hard work, you can compete with anyone even without traditional stamps of status" a€” and from his own brother-in-law, who moved up the ranks at one of the country's largest retailers. On July 17, 2009, a national consortium of non-profit affordable housing developers submitted an application to the U.S. CPLC has organized this coalition in partnership with National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB).
Listen to Jason Ott's experiences with the San Miguel Cristo Rey Corporate Internship Program. Citi volunteers will contribute about 150 service hours at local VITA sites this tax season.
Volunteers also will be out in force at Tucson's 2011 Money Faire on April 2 to help the United Way of Tuscon and Southern Arizona's mobile VITA team prepare tax returns for free. Citi has partnered with United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona to transform and expand a successful, six-year financial education program called Citi Youth into a dynamic and holistic family financial capability center, called the Prosperity Center. Imagine teaching a young person about how to find available college scholarships and then helping his parents complete the standard financial education application form. With the Prosperity Center, Citi has partnered with United Way (UW) of Tucson and Southern Arizona to transform and expand a successful, six-year financial education program called Citi Youth into a dynamic and holistic family financial capability center.
The Prosperity Center offers financial education classes from 3-6pm, when students typically participate in after-school programs, and will remain open until at least 7pm so that adults (including those who don't have children at the host school) also can participate in workshops and avail themselves of the Center's other asset-building services. The Citi Youth financial education program, now in its sixth year, teaches basic financial concepts to youth aged 5-16 and also offers "train-the-trainer" sessions for financial education teachers. Citi Community Development has partnered with the USC-operated MBDA Business Center in Los Angeles, the City of Los Angeles Mayor's Office of Economic & Business Policy, the Southern California Minority Business Development Council, SBA SCORE, and three ethnic minority chambers to launch the Bridges to Business Success (B2BS) Program to provide an advanced business training program focused on building the capacity of minority small business owners in Southern California. With a lending commitment of more than $100 million, Citi is helping to revitalize the Bayview district of San Francisco. AnewAmerica Community Corporation's Green Business Certificate program" part of its comprehensive, three-year Virtual Business Incubator model" educates and encourages budding, low-income entrepreneurs to adopt green, sustainable business practices. Since the Green Business Certificate program began in 2008, 270 people have received intensive training in green business practices and 80 have achieved green business certification. In California's Central Valley, Citi has invested more than $28,000 to support four EITC sites. In 2010, with Citi's support, local VITA sites helped bring over $14.9 million in tax refunds back to more than 11,000 low- and moderate-income clients and their local communities. The Citi Foundation supports the Financial Literacy and Asset Development Program, a ten-week course that teaches concepts and skills for saving money, using credit and practicing sound money management.
Participants spend twenty hours in classroom sessions and receive individualized guidance in creating personalized money management plans and analyzing their credit scores with the goal of repairing damaged credit. In California, Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation is making affordable housing available and sustainable. In 2009, the Citi Foundation provided a grant to Cal State University Northridge (CSUN) Student Outreach and Recruitment Services to support its College Can Happen Initiative (CCHI), a strategic and comprehensive program to improve enrollment at the university.
CCHI provides information and encouragement to middle and high school students and their parents, in low to moderate-income (LMI) communities in San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles, to help them prepare for entrance into a four-year college. Many of the students reached by CCHI would be first-generation college students, and the program aims to foster a college-going culture. As part of the CCHI program, Citi volunteers have taught financial education workshops at CSUN on how to manage finances on a student budget, credit, savings and investing. Citi is working with Self-Help to expand financial inclusion for thousands of Californians. A supportive and welcoming environment, achieved through staff preparation and branch design. Additionally, through financial education that is provided, innovatively, to customers waiting in line, the Micro Branch encourages individuals who use only its check cashing services to expand their relationship by becoming savings account holders and credit union members.
To enable replication of the Micro Branch model, the CCD grant also supports analysis of the operating model and customer outcomes. Jose came regularly to the Micro Branch, every Friday, to cash his check and send money to his family. Read the latest announcement from the City and County of San Francisco about the Kindergarten to College program. Kindergarten to College is an easy-to-use savings platform that will help more families start saving earlier for college. The program will continue to motivate college savings through additional matches and incentives. An important part of the Kindergarten to College program is its financial education component. In a recent USA Today supplement on Financial Literacy, Citi's collaboration with the City and County of San Francisco is featured prominently in the article "Milk money, crayons, bank account," and Bob Annibale, Global Director of Citi Microfinance and Community Development, is among the Panel of Experts weighing in on Youth Financial Literacy. On October 5, 2010, the City and County of San Francisco and Citi announced the launch of the Kindergarten to College partnership, the nation's first city-wide, universal college savings program for children. Citi's commitment and success in developing innovative, collaborative and impactful solutions to critical community needs was recognized on November 8, 2011, when Citi Community Development received the Community Impact Award at the 15th Annual CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium. Jenny Flores, Senior Vice President for Citi Community Development in California, receives the Community Impact Award on behalf of Citi from Edward B. The Community Impact Award is bestowed each year "to dedicated compliance professionals and their institutions," to honor "outstanding and innovative efforts in furtherance of the goals of the Community Reinvestment Act." The Award also is intended to encourage innovative community lending and to provide the financial industry with examples of superb programs that have made a large impact on underserved communities. K2C was developed with participation across Citi's businesses and with leadership by Citi Microfinance and Citi Community Development. The award was accepted on behalf of Citi by Jenny Flores, Senior Vice President for Citi Community Development in California. Citi is a longtime supporter of the FRC's Family Economic Success Program, which includes free tax preparation services for low-income individuals and families through VITA. In Oakland, California, the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC) is ensuring that students in elementary school learn good money management habits. Students who complete the program are provided with a popular board game that involves purchasing and money management issues or a $50 savings bond that's intended to jump-start their good savings habits. Citi Community Development is providing a $150,000 grant to enable Enterprise Community Partners and Waypoint Homes to provide a financial capability program coupled with the purchase, renovation and rental of "real estate owned" (REO) properties.
Meet the participants in Bridges to Business Success, a pioneering, multi-stakeholder program that enables the City of Los Angeles to leverage its allocation from the Federal Neighborhood Stabilization Program to provide contracting opportunities to local, minority-owned small businesses.
Entrepreneurs in the food service industry face sizeable start-up and operational costs, among other challenges. The Chef's Center of California is run by the Episcopal Housing Alliance and Economic Development (EHAED), which also provides business training courses for aspiring chefs and food entrepreneurs. Part of the facility, the Citi Small Business Technology Center, offers training and technical assistance to incubator participants. A variety of food-related business have been launched through the Chef's Center, including popular food trucks, gourmet bakeries, farmers market vendors and restaurants. Victor Ramirez of Citi Community Development serves as vice-chair of the Center's Board of Directors. Microloans that enable people to start small businesses and lift themselves out of poverty have proven their effectiveness in developing countries. The program makes loans of $250, $500 and $1000 to women with very low incomes to empower them to start small businesses in their communities.
With Citi's support, FFW has been able to expand its impact by opening new loan centers in the poorest communities of San Diego County.
The program benefits primarily Latin American and African immigrant women, specifically those who have no banking or credit history and lack access to capital. Millbrook Rotary hosted a broadcast of RadioRotary with guests Steve Pressman, Executive Director of the Mid-Hudson Addiction Recovery Centers, Inc. Crystal Snow-Hebel is one of the co-founders of Faith House (Linda Arzu is the other), a proposed maternity home for 18- to 24-year old girls and their newborn children.
RadioRotary interviews Patterson Rotarian Mike Ingber about his club’s exciting fundraiser, Men Who Cook.
Broadcasting from the Red Hook Rotary meeting, the RadioRotary cohosts interview Kimberly McGrath, Executive Editor of the Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce. Rhinebeck Rotarian Bob Phillips, along with 23 other Rotarians from around the United States (and some from Canada and the United Kingdom) went to Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa in the summer of 2015—mission, prevent polio. Pleasant Valley Rotarian, registered nurse, and RadioRotary producer Kathy Kruger is on the other side of the microphone as co-hosts Jonah Triebwasser and Sarah O’Connell interview her about the Rotaplast program to correct cleft lip or palate, burn scarring, and other deformities.
Michael Christophides, Chief Inspector and Laboratory Director of Granit Inspection Group, joins co-host Sarah O’Connell and guest co-host and physicist David Kruger to describe the hazards of the gas radon, which can accumulate in buildings or in well water. RadioRotary interviews Maggie Kwet, the Aging Information Services Specialist at the Dutchess County Office of the Aging, on the many services provided for seniors in the County, which deal with health, the law, transportation, home care, food, energy and heating, grandparenting, and more.
RadioRotary interviews Kayo Iwama, Associate Director of the Graduate Vocal Arts Program at Bard College, about music education at the college and the performances open to the public.
Rhinebeck Rotarian and District 7210 Governor-Elect for 2016-17 Lou Turpin describes two of the several activities that help fulfill the Rotary Foundation motto of “Doing Good in the World.” In addition to his work for District 7210, Turpin has been instrumental in furthering the work of ShelterBox, perhaps the leading disaster-relief organization in the world.
Rhinebeck Rotarian Lou Trapani, Artistic and Managing Director of The Center for the Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, returns to RadioRotary to discuss some of the upcoming performances at the big red barn on Route 308. RadioRotary interviews New York State Senator Sue Serino on efforts to reduce Lyme Disease in the Hudson Valley and to free physicians to treat chronic Lyme Disease with longer courses of intravenous antibiotics.
RadioRotary interviews recovering addict Cara Mia Bacchiochi about her street ministry called Hope on a Mission HOAM, a volunteer effort to help women who are homeless because of addiction to drugs or alcohol. Eliza Bozenski is the development director for the Anderson Center for Autism, a nonprofit educational and therapeutic organization that includes day and residential programs for children and adults as well as diagnostics, training, and consultation for families or schools.
RadioRotary interviews Zamir Hassan, founder of The Hunger Van, a volunteer effort to bring food to the hungry homeless. Millbrook Rotarian Joyce Heaton describes this year’s New Year’s Eve Millbrook a community event that is family friendly and alcohol free.
Rotary has had a unique role in the United Nations starting even before the UN was founded.


The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a Federal program that operates on a country level, providing vocational training for low-income persons age 55 or older. Pleasant Valley Rotarian, and 2015 winner of the Jeffrey Keahon Foundation Award, David Kruger describes the work of The Rotary Foundation, the part of Rotary that not only does good in the world away from our communities, but also helps fund many local projects.
Salvation Army Captains Sam and Jenny Alarcon visit RadioRotary to describe some of the many ways that The Salvation Army works to solve problems in Poughkeepsie and the Hudson Valley.
Cancer survivor Holly VanDerbeck tells about her experiences with Stage 3 melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer.
Red Hook Rotarian Gale Wolfe is interviewed about her participation in a medical mission to Tibet for this “live from the meeting” RadioRotary interview, recorded during a regular meeting of the Red Hook Rotary Club. Rotary District 7210 Past District Governor Bill Bassett (Walkill East Rotary Club) describes the history and current success of the effort, started by Rotary in 1979, to completely eradicate the terrible disease poliomyelitis, commonly called polio. The name “Dutchess Outreach” does not tell much about the organization’s mission, which is to meet the basic needs of low-income people when no other resources are readily available. Your own work experience and educational background will determine for what type of jobs your online adult education degree may qualify you. An experienced electrician who earns a master’s degree in adult education may be qualified to teach his professional skills at a postsecondary vocational or technical college. A working journalist who earns an adult education degree may supplement his or her income by working part-time as an English writing professor at a local college or university. A career placement specialist or customer service representative who earns an adult education degree may be qualified to work as an education or career counselor or advisor.
A business professional who earns an adult education degree may be qualified to work as a corporate training and development coordinator. With appropriate educational and work experience, advanced adult education degrees can qualify educators or skilled professionals for a wide range of positions dealing with adult education including College Professors, Education and Career Counselors and Advisors, Training and Development Coordinators, and Education Administrators. There were about 1.7 million professors in 2008, including postsecondary vocational and technical educators, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Real job opportunities for qualified teaching candidates will be better than that estimate. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 275,800 school and occupational counselors in 2008. School and career counselors are expected to add 38,600 new jobs over 10 years, for a 2018 total of 314,400 positions. Real job opportunities for school and career counselors will be even better than that estimate. There were 216,600 training and development specialists in 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. There were 30,400 training and development managers in 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Real job opportunities for training and development specialists and managers will be better than that estimate; according to the Occupational Information Network, a project of the United States Department of Labor, there will be 107,100 job openings for training and development specialists and 10,100 job openings for training and development managers from 2008 to 2018.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 445,400 working education administrators in 2008. Earnings for adult education professionals varies widely by position, work history, and educational achievement.
Professors made annual median wages of $58,830 in 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Earnings for school and occupational counselors vary by the candidate's education and work history, and by the employer's industry.
Training and development specialists earned annual median wages of $51,450 in 2008, according to the BLS. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the earnings of education administrators varied greatly by employer and employee education and experience.
According to the BLS, preschool and childcare administrators made an annual median of $39,940 in 2008. According to the Occupational Information Network, the vast majority of professional counselors have a bachelor's degree or higher. Adult education degrees are offered online at the master’s and doctoral level, and as a graduate certificate. The best online adult education programs provide an education as good as one pursued at a local ground school, in a more flexible and accessible format that may be better suited to working students. As with all expensive and important educational decisions, do your research when choosing an online adult education program at any level. See our "How to Choose" section for a more detailed list of things to consider and questions to ask, and use our powerful School Search tool to compare schools that offer adult education degrees . Adult educators are teachers; they must be good organizers, strong communicators and active listeners. Adult educators must sometimes do their own research and put together their own lectures and presentations, rigorous academic experience is beneficial.
Completing an online adult education degree may qualify the graduate for a range of education opportunities, depending on work experience and expertise.
The Skoll World Forum, viewed by many as the social impact sector's version of the World Economic Forum meetings in Davos, Switzerland, brought together 900 highly-selected attendees from leading organizations to explore new ways for civil society, often in partnership with business and government, to address global challenges like financial inclusion. Bob Annibale, Global Director of Citi Microfinance and Community Development, led a conversation with representatives from Nestle, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Root Capital (a Citi Foundation grantee) about how to bring additional value to smallholder farmers that grow staples like coffee and cocoa that many multinational buyers in turn sell to consumers. Employees who receive paper checks often turn to check cashers and other fringe financial services, costing the average worker $1,000 per year in fees.
The CurrenC SF website offers how-to guides, marketing materials, best practices, and expert advice to employers, and connects employees to low-cost checking accounts and other healthy financial products.
Department of Housing and Urban Development in response to the Neighborhood Stabilization Program Round II (NSP II) Notice of Funding Availability released on May 4, 2009. The Prosperity Center is strategically located in a local middle school for convenient access by low- and moderate-income families and offers a wide range of free financial education workshops and services, including Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) knowledge and free tax preparation that translates into recovered earnings and increased assets.
This program targets communities of people who often are underbanked or unfamiliar with available financial services, including immigrants from Southeast Asia who live in the Sacramento area.
Learn about their impact in the community and meet someone who has a decent, affordable place to live thanks to Cabrillo.
In December, after being a customer for eight months, he declared he was ready to open an account. E-FILE web-based program developed by the Legal Aid Society of Orange County to help people file their taxes at no charge. Kramer, Executive Vice President for Regulatory Programs at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services.
Kramer, Executive VP for Regulatory Programs at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services (sixth from right). A Citi Foundation grant supports FRCs free volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) program, which helps low-and moderate-income (LMI) individuals and families claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), enabling them to save up to $360 by avoiding costly commercial tax services.
Citi employees will donate their time through the entire tax season, providing onsite banking services at VITA sites in the Bay Area including at the FRC to help low-income families.
Citi also has supported FRC's offering of Money$mart, a 10-module financial education program created by the FDIC, as well as financial counseling and coaching. Through its Money Savvy Youth program, which is supported by Citi, EBALDC teaches financial education to fourth and fifth graders in the Oakland public school district. With Citi's help, EBALDC was able to expand its Money Savvy Youth Program in 2011 to serve 20 out of 60 public schools in Oakland, reaching 750 students a€” almost double the number from the year before. Minority-owned businesses are extremely effective at driving economic growth and and the 'Bridges' program will create more than 200 jobs by the end of 2012. The Center offers a ten-week series of small business seminars, taught by Citi volunteers, on entrepreneurial skills including developing a business plan, strategic marketing, product presentation, food-handling requirements, licenses and certification requirements. To date, 107 businesses have utilized Chef Center's community kitchen and their business training programs. This would be a refuge for girls who otherwise would be homeless, in abusive relationships, or living in poverty.
Ingber is not only one of the organizers for the 20th installment of the popular event, but also one of the cooks, specializing in smoked salmon or ribs.
The Red Hook Area Chamber has more than 280 active members representing 170 businesses and is still growing. As he told the RadioRotary co-hosts, the ten-day trip was the most memorable experience of his life, from the West African Fair to actually administering the two drops of polio vaccine to infants under five years old, the target group. Cleft lip or palate causes many health problems as well as affecting speech, impairing ability to eat, and causing social rejection. Radon is an odorless radioactive gas that is released from rocks of all kinds, but especially from granite or dark shales found in the Hudson Valley. Bard has an unusual undergraduate degree program in music because each student must also obtain a degree in another subject, such as mathematics or political science. Not only has he been a Shelter-Box Ambassador, encouraging the funding of the program throughout the district, but be also serves on the board of ShelterBox USA. Lyme Disease is one of several tick-borne illnesses that are widespread in the Hudson Valley. Working in the city of Poughkeepsie, Bacchiochi and volunteer helpers distribute water and such personal care items as baby wipes to homeless women on a weekly basis.
Its hundred-acre walkable campus on the Hudson, where autistic students learn in classes with 6 or fewer other students, is just the most obvious part of the organization.
In 2000, Hassan chaperoned a school trip to a local food pantry and was astonished by how many were going hungry in his prosperous New Jersey community.
Twelve years earlier, the Rotary Club of Millbrook was seeking a way to help bring the village and environs together as a community. Each year the United Nations invites more than a thousand Rotarians, members of associated groups such as Rotaract and Interact, and students participating in Rotary international Youth Exchange to come to UN headquarters in New York for panel discussions with Rotary leadership, UN ambassadors, and heads of international nongovernmental organizations.
While its most notable success has been the worldwide reduction of polio to a handful of cases in two countries—with complete elimination on the horizon—The Rotary Foundation may have saved even more lives with its projects for clean water, maternal and child health, and peace. The Salvation Army, founded in London by William Booth in 1865, is a worldwide Christian church that is organized along military lines. Originally detected as a change in a mole, her cancer showed up later in lymph nodes, but was arrested by a combination of surgery and interferon, a drug that stimulates the immune system to attack cancer.
Polio has a long history as a human disease that often causes lifetime paralysis or even death.
EPIC (Engaging People in Change) gathers high-school students from around NE Dutchess and holds weekly meetings that focus on social justice and leadership skills.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society funds research that has greatly reduced the death rate from these cancers, and the Society also provides education and support for patients as well as advocacy for better treatments and services.
The field is expected to add 256,900 jobs over 10 years, for a 2018 total of almost 2 million positions. According to the Occupational Information Network, there will be 552,900 job openings for professors from 2008 to 2018.
Career opportunities are expected to be favorable for school counselors as schools grow and post-secondary education becomes more common. That's a 14% growth rate, significantly higher than the 8.2% expansion of the civilian workforce expected over the same time period. According to the Occupational Information Network, a project of the Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration, there will be 94,400 positions available to qualified substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors from 2008 to 2018.
The field is projected to add 50,500 jobs over 10 years, for a 2018 total of 267,100 workers. The field is projected to add 3,600 jobs over 10 years, for a 2018 total of 34,000 workers. Those figures include the new jobs predicted by the BLS AND existing positions vacated by retirement, career change, or early termination. The field is expected to add 37,000 new jobs over 10 years, for a 2018 total of 482,500 positions. Education administration is a high-stress career with an aging, well-pensioned workforce; a large number of retirements are expected in the next ten years. The middle 50% earned between $41,600 and $83,960, while the bottom 10% of the field earned less than $28,870 and the top 10% earned more than $121,850. According to the BLS, the annual median wages for school and occupational counselors in 2008 were $51,050. School counselors who worked for elementary and high schools earned the most, with median annual wages of $57,800. The middle 50% of the field made between $38,550 and $67,450, while the bottom 10% made less than $29,470 and the top 10% made more than $85,160. The middle 50% made between $64,770 and $115,570, while the bottom 10% made less than $48,280 and the top 10% made more than $149,050.
Elementary and high school administrators averaged $83,880, and post-secondary (college and university) administrators made $80,670.
Only 9% have no formal education beyond a high school diploma, and the remaining 18% have completed some college, including counseling associate's degree programs.
They must have strong and comfortable command of the intricacies of the material they are teaching. Graduates can go on to become both academic and vocational professors, training and development specialists, education and professional counselors, or education administrators. With a dramatically growing demand for sustainable and certified products (fair trade, organic, etc.), multinationals such as Nestle are developing shared value approaches to their sourcing and supply chain to ensure a higher quality and quantity with greater consistency. CurrenC SF empowers San Francisco's businesses and workers by helping them adopt modern, innovative payroll solutions.


In addition, the San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment has worked with payroll companies, payroll card providers, banks, and other financial institutions to develop a list of healthy alternatives for businesses to consider when moving to direct deposit. Citi volunteers will participate as financial education teachers, tax preparation guides and mentors for the students. Since its inception, the Financial Literacy and Asset Development Program has helped hundreds of individuals to understand the financial services available to them and to acquire the knowledge needed to build assets.
He had heard the tellers talk about the accounts for months, but needed time to build his trust. Since 2004, more than 14,000 filers have taken advantage of this program, resulting in the return of more than $21 million in federal refunds, including $12 million through the EITC. In addition, Citi has provided Individual Development Accounts (IDAs), which are matched saving accounts, through FRC.
As an added benefit, the participating small businesses will renovate foreclosed properties and increase the supply of affordable housing. This edition of Men Who Cook honors the Honorable James Reitz, judge of the family court in Carmel, NY, and of a drug court that helps addicts become rehabilitated rather than prisoners. Primarily it acts to promote local businesses with its weekly newsletter and to help local business persons meet and get to know each other, the latter with breakfasts or mixers every month. Of course, this was part of Rotary’s PolioPlus project, which since 1988 has worked with UNICEF, the World Health Organization, and the CDC to eradicate the disease, which was causing a thousand cases a week when they started. Kruger has personal experience with the program as a participant in a mission to the Philippines but she also has been the principal representative from Rotaplast to District 7210. Radon in the air is the second leading cause of lung cancer (and adds to the risk of cancer in smokers), while radon in water can increase the risk of stomach cancer and may also be released into the air. It offers programs to improve movement and health for seniors such as “A Matter of Balance” and regular exercise groups.
The Graduate Vocal Arts Program owes its existence to the renowned soprano Dawn Upshaw, who developed and directs it. On another front, through his involvement with the Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac University, he has participated in several of the Nobel Peace Summits, an annual gathering of winners of the Nobel Peace Prize. Trapani describes the education program at the Center, which includes a touring company that performs The Wizard of Oz, Rip Van Winkle, and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow at local schools.
Many believe that when it fails to be cured either by no treatment or inadequate treatment, it becomes chronic Lyme Disease. As with other parts of the United States, Poughkeepsie is undergoing a wave of addiction spurred by the introduction of powerful opiate pain relievers and the availability of cheap heroin.
It also encompasses 21 group homes,  three life-learning centers, a clinic, and consulting arrangements with local schools.
He says that in his tradition, you are not supposed to go to sleep if your neighbor is hungry, so he began to work on ways to alleviate the problem. In October of that year, Joyce—who was aware of First Night Celebrations in Boston and elsewhere—proposed that the club sponsor a New Year’s Eve celebration of music and events directed at children.
Also each year since 2009 the RadioRotary team has been there to interview some of the participants. SCSEP counselors Cheryl George, Patsy Kimbrew, Sheila Rock, and Marlene Fredericks describe the program, which provides training in such skills as handling interviews and writing resumes. It is also the most effective charity because nearly all of every dollar given to The Rotary Foundation is used for its work instead of spent on administration or fundraising.
A basic step to avoid skin cancers is to protect your skin from the ultraviolet components of sunlight and from artificial tanning—hats and other clothing on sunny days and application of sunscreen before exposure are the first lines of defense.
Dean Bloch, an obstetrician-gynecologist, and various other medical personnel on a mission to bring aid to a remote village in Tibet. In the early 1980s a thousand persons per day contracted it and it was endemic in 125 nations.
Carleton Harris started with the summer camp run by the Rural and Migrant Ministry, leading him to become involved with the Youth Arts Group, which has much the same mission as the newly formed EPIC. One way that you can help fund the Society and also increase awareness is to participate in one of the several Light the Light Walks in the Hudson Valley or Connecticut.
RadioRotary gets the details from Joe Conti, President of the Board of Directors, and Brian Riddell, Executive Director of Dutchess Outreach. That figure includes the 256,900 new jobs predicted by the BLS AND existing positions vacated by retirement, career change, promotion, and early termination.
They are also expected to be favorable for career counselors, as multiple career changes become more common. That figure includes those 38,600 predicted new positions AND positions vacated by retirement, career change, early termination, etc.
That’s an 8% growth rate, about the same as the average growth of all occupations and the predicted expansion of the civilian workforce. According to the Occupational Information Network, a project of the Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration, there will be over 170,000 positions available to qualified education administrators from 2008 to 2018. The middle 50% of the field made between $38,740 and $65,360 a year, while the bottom 10% made less than $29,360 and the top 10% made more than $82,330. Counselors that worked in individual and family services earned the least of any large group: an annual median of $33,780. Many come from rich professional backgrounds in which they have practiced the principles they are now tasked with teaching. The goal of this initiative is to achieve a fully electronic, paperless payday, helping to bring thousands of San Francisco households into the financial mainstream and reducing reliance on high-cost check cashing services.
Motivated by a desire to build his savings so that he could return home to visit his family, he decided that a 'My Piggy Bank' account would work well for him.
Households that earned less than $49,000 in 2010 are eligible for free tax preparation at VITA sites. This unique public-private collaboration, designed and supported by Citi Community Development, provides a blueprint for other local governments to put minority-owned small businesses at the center of neighborhood revitalization. After the courses, many of the students took the next steps in starting food service enterprises, and many have continued to use Chef's Center's kitchen services. Many volunteers are already working on this project, which is still in a fundraising stage.
Men Who Cook has about 15 professional chefs from local restaurants and about the same number of amateur foodies who man stations at the Star Ridge Banquet Center in Brewster.
As a result of this effort, there were only 70 instances in all in 2015, all of them in Pakistan and Afghanistan, with the disease essentially eliminated from the rest of the world. A typical Rotaplast team of about 15 medical professionals and 15 nonmedical volunteers, often Rotarians, travels to a locations where few facilities exist for repair of these defects, then over a couple of weeks treats hundreds of patients, mostly children but some adults as well. Testing is the only way that you can tell whether or not radon is present in dangerous levels. Performances by students, faculty, and guest artists occur throughout the year at Bard, some of them free and many at the famed Fisher Center designed by Frank Gehry.
At the most recent summit in Barcelona, Spain, Turpin combined these two aspects of his work by speaking to the meeting about how ShelterBox has been working to aid the refugees from the Syrian Civil War. These fit will with the Center’s theme for 2016, which is “All-Americana,” featuring plays by American authors such as Kaufman and Hart, Tony Kushner, and Arthur Laurents.
Chronic Lyme Disease, which is not recognized by the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC),  may affect those afflicted years after the initial infection. In the late 1980s, Bacchiochi was herself an addict, but in 1990 she entered recovery programs. This compelling RadioRotary interview tells the listener much about autism and the important place of the Anderson Center in its management. As he traveled from place to place around the United States, helping to set up food pantries, he realized that many of the hungry homeless lack transportation to get to the food pantries, so he created a volunteer program that would bring healthy food to where the homeless lived, beneath bridges or in doorways. Retired seniors are placed in jobs that reflect their previous work life or that are based on training received in the program. From its first days it has focused on helping the homeless, addicts and alcoholics, and the hungry. Changes in moles, persistent bleeding, and “floaters” in vision are among the signs that need medical attention. Their whole family took part, as the 14-year-old brought eyeglasses, the 17-year old organized the Tibetan patients, and the 19-year-old and Gale both helped out in the dental clinic, where hundreds of teeth were pulled. As a result of a partnership led by Rotary, but including the World Health Organization, the U.S. Grace Latino Outreach (GLO) has for the past decade offered programs in English as Second Language as well as aid of all kinds for the immigrant population. Amanda Harley, a campaign assistant for the Society, visits RadioRotary to describe the walks and provide information about cancers of the blood. Whatever the case may be, adult educators are called upon to build upon the K-12 foundation of working adults.
That figure includes the BLS'spredicted new jobs, AND existing positions vacated by retirement, career change, promotion, and early termination.
MARC is a residential program that both sends persons with addiction to other appropriate facilities as needed and houses and treats the addicted in several ways—A Crisis Center, three residential treatment centers, and nearly 30 sober housing apartments.
In addition to providing parenting skills, there would also be prenatal care and skills and educational development for when the girl and her child re-enters society. For a $70 entrance fee, you can patronize all of the stations featuring a variety of ethnic foods and American classics—but bring your own drinks and stemware. Nearly every problem confronting a senior has a friendly staffer of the Office for the Aging ready to help solve. Every two years, the Vocal Arts Program mounts an opera for the public, complete with a full orchestra accompaniment. Among the unusual attractions will be a new opera (Godfather Death) and pairing the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s Romeo and Juliet with West Side Story. Symptoms can include arthritis, fatigue, mental fogginess, and impaired vision.  The black-legged ticks that carry the disease from other mammals, such as deer and white-footed mice, often attach themselves to human hosts in the nymph stage, when they are about the size of a sesame seed.
With the help of her church, she hope someday to open a storefront that would make it easier to carry out her mission. Some of the music acts from that first occasion—jazz pianist Larry Ham and the Handman Family strings—have been featured every year since, while other popular favorites such as the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, Metropolitan Klezmer, and ragtime-and-blues piano scholar Peter Muir, have been present many times. Many may know it from collecting money outside store entrances at holiday time—the bell ringers in uniform are Salvationists, while many others are volunteers. The team, housed in a Tibetan nunnery as arranged by a monk from the Red Hook Buddhist center, helped nearly a thousand Tibetans during the week-long mission. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and UNICEF, the number of cases has been reduced to about 150 per year and it is endemic only in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The answers to many of these questions can be found on this website, but don't be afraid to ask your admissions counselor difficult questions.
Christophides recommends testing every two years, since levels can change based on seismic activity, changes in structures, or other factors. Bard actually hosts three orchestras, including the American Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leon Botstein. In about a quarter of the infections, a characteristic “bulls-eye” rash forms at the site of the infection.
In the meantime, Hope on a Mission HOAM could use help in the form of donations and volunteers. A popular feature of New Year’s Eve Millbrook are the lighted buttons designed by local students. The Alarcons describe various Salvation Army projects from after school for children to centers for seniors.
This effort has been aided by hundreds of millions of dollars from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation put forth as matching challenges for The Rotary Foundation, currently a two-for-one match to every Rotary dollar up to $35 million per year.
Quinn is trying to help erase the stigma of drug addiction by shining a light on the problem. If a test reveals excess radon, remediation usually consists of suctioning air away before it can enter the house. The annual event is free, since it is supported completely by contributions from local foundations, businesses, and individuals. He casually mentioned that he had thought about buying a house one day but knew it would be difficult since he did not have any credit history. She tells the story of her son Eric: About a year ago he showed his mother needle tracks on his arms and said he needed help. It is not a fundraiser for the Rotary club; every dollar raised is spent on making the event joyful for all participants. The teller described our 'My Fresh Start' loan, a product she was very familiar with since she had recently completed her own loan. She mentioned the benefits of the loan: in addition to building credit history it is structured so the member amasses $500 in savings when the loan is paid off. Eric was detoxed for four days and then transferred into MARC’s Crisis Center, which found an appropriate long-term residence program for him.
In the span of 12 months, Jose went from being a repeat check-cashing client to an account-holder with a 'My Piggy Bank' account and, now, a borrower. Catherine Udotong Ekaete MPMA® 200917 Ajao Olufisayo CIPM, MPMA® 200918 Gadamosi folakemi Toyin CIPMA® 200919 Adenaiya Olumide Opeoluwa MPMA®, CIPMA® 200920 Fapohunda James Kayode MPMA® 200921 Omole Julius Taiwo CIPMA®, MPMA® 200922 Oreruan Ebenezar Ilori CIPMA®, MPMA® 200923 Olanrewaju Ibrahim Saula MPMA® 200924.



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