Is Your Cover Letter Costing You a Job?

A perfectly crafted cover letter can significantly increase your chances of standing out above the competition. Cover letters are a last-ditch effort to persuade the hiring manager why you are you are the perfect candidate for the position before landing an interview.  However, hiring managers Typically spend less no more than six seconds or less is […]

Never Use a Cannon to Kill a Mosquito

There are those who categorize all bugs as creepy crawly, biting creatures that need to leave you alone when trying to enjoy the outdoors and need to stop making themselves at home in places they shouldn’t – like my house! Without certain bugs, we wouldn’t exist as we do today; pollinators assist our farms with […]

The Value of Volunteering

Through volunteerism, we often find our purpose and create meaningful changes, not only for those who volunteer but also for the programs and services enhanced by the selfless service of volunteers. Last year the Points of Light Foundation reported that 20 million people were engaged in volunteer work throughout the United States. The value of […]

Colorectal Cancer Awareness

By Cris Hightower, RN-CCM, DDEAMC Hematology-Oncology Clinic March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. Colorectal Cancer continues to be the 3rd leading cause of cancer related deaths among both men and women.  Colorectal cancer is categorized by an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells originating in the lower end of the digestive tract (colon and / […]

ScreamFree Marriage Review

by LeTonya Hudson, ACS Family Advocacy Program, Clerk Typist III “A ScreamFree Marriage Can Lead to a ScreamFilled Marriage!” That was the focus for the training and the date night portion of the event that was held on 26-27 October 2016.  In the Train-the-Trainer class, taught by ScreamFree Marriage facilitator Daron Dickens, he explained the […]

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