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The Evaluators' Institute The Evaluators' Institute Ann Doucette, Ph.D., Director Dr. Dr. Dr. >> Return to top Leona Ba, Ed.D. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Ryan Watkins, Ph.D. Dr. Ryan developed and maintains the website: www.needsassessment.org. Clive Belfield, Ph.D. Dr. James Bell, M.A. James Bell is the founder and president of James Bell Associates, Inc., an award-winning firm that designs and conducts evaluations of innovative health and human services programs for federal, state and local government agencies and non-profit foundations. For further information, see James Bell Associates at: www.jbassoc.com. John Bryson, Ph.D. Dr. Dr. From 2004 to 2008 he served as associate dean of the Humphrey Institute. Doreen Cavanaugh, Ph.D. Dr. Dr. Joseph Cordes, Ph.D. Dr. Don A. Dr. Delwyn Goodrick, Ph.D. Dr. During her tenure as an academic in Psychology at Victoria University during the early part of the 1990’s she developed postgraduate training programs in program evaluation and social research. Gary T. Gary T. Mark W. Dr. Dr.
Board of Directors « Loudoun Youth Inc. Carol Kost Founder and Chairman Emeritus Carol Kost helped create LY and currently serves as Chairman Emeritus. She is a past Chair of the Loudoun County Advisory Commission on Youth and is a former Chair of the Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Council for the State of Michigan. Why Loudoun Youth: “Loudoun Youth wants to assist Loudoun County is being the Best Place to grow up…..listening to youth, engaging with them to become active leaders in their community, especially outside of school hours, is the best way to grow a great community.” Jared Melvin President & CEO Jared Melvin is the Health & Life Director for Loudoun Insurance Group. Why Loudoun Youth: “Looking back over the years, there have been several key individuals and events in my life that have motivated me to be all that I could be in life. John Wolff, CFPR, AIFR, CLU, ChFC Treasurer Jim Bonfils Founding Board Member Jim Bonfils is the Specialist for Data Center Solutions in the Mid – Atlantic area. Maimah Karmo Member Bill May
How to Prevent Burglaries | Home Security Tips You come home to an open front door, a ransacked house, and missing valuables. How did a burglar know you’d be gone? How did they get in? In these 10 thank-you notes, your friendly neighborhood burglars share advice on how to stop lending them a helping hand. 1. Call me a social climber if you will, but I did discover a ladder in your back yard. So, if you want to keep me out, store your ladder in the basement or a locked garage. Vertically yours,A rising star 2. Can’t tell you how much fun I have driving around neighborhoods on trash day (especially after big gift holidays) when the empty boxes on the curb reveal what wonderful new toys you have. Next time, break down the boxes and conceal them in the recycling or trash bins. Happy shopping! 3. Recently, I noticed you hadn’t trimmed trees and shrubs around your home, so I knew I’d have a wonderful place to hide while I worked to break into your home. Next time, trim back bushes and trees near windows and doors. Cordially,The Tree Lover 4.
LinkedIn Enters the College-Marketing Fray - Wired Campus The business-networking behemoth LinkedIn said on Monday morning that it was making a play in global college admissions, unveiling LinkedIn University Pages and welcoming school students as young as 14 as members. The company said the new pages could help colleges build their brands and recruit students who fit what they offer. It said the pages can also help students choose colleges on the basis of the students’ intended careers and, subsequently, help with job searches. The company gave about 200 colleges and universities advance notice to create accounts. Search for an institution that didn’t get the heads-up, and you see a breakdown of information about its alumni who are LinkedIn members, along with a note saying that the institution’s page “isn’t quite ready yet.” Return to Top
Student Branding Blog - Dan Schawbel Cover letters can be somewhat daunting to write. I recall sitting for long periods of time staring at my laptop, trying to find the perfect combination of words to impress a potential employer. Resumes, with their quick, bulleted list of accomplishments, always seem to be easier to write. Resumes have rules and structure. I feel the pain of the students with whom I work who have no idea where to begin the cover letter writing process. For example, a cover letter is not: A list of everything you have ever doneA generic letter you can send to many different employersA meaningless formality Cover letters are an additional opportunity to “wow” an employer. What’s the point of the cover letter? The goal of a cover letter is to intrigue the reader enough so that he or she wants to further consider you for the position. Treat your cover letter like a movie preview. Make the cover letter work for you A good cover letter is used as a marketing tool. Setting yourself apart every time Author: