A Dose Of Learning: Students return to Sierra View | photos

Throughout the pandemic, Sierra View Medical Center had to turn away Career and Technology Education Pathways high school students from Porterville Unified School District and Lindsay High School Health Academy students. The students have returned to Sierra View last week and this week for their weekly internships learning about healthcare and the many departments at … Read more

ETSU inducts new members into The 1911 Society | Education

Named in commemoration of the year when the institution was founded, The 1911 Society at East Tennessee State University recognizes the university’s most notable graduates from undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs. The selection committee evaluates applicants on academic achievement; sustained service; honors, awards, recognitions, publications and presentations; demonstrated leadership; work experience, such as study abroad, … Read more

Rural Fellows lend a hand: Internships give college students new opportunities | local

Rural Fellows Lauren Campbell (left) and Esther Ingabiribyishaka will aid the City of Scottsbluff in creating a business directory and the City of Gering in creating a highway beautification plan. CHRISTOPHER BORRO/Star-Herald Several university students will travel across Nebraska this summer to give aid to rural communities and further their own educations. Several of them … Read more

Pik Rite gets creative, adapts to supply chain issues | Coronavirus

Thirty-six years ago, two Union County farmers embarked on a mission to build a better machine for picking field tomatoes. Today, their company, Pik Rite, based in Lewisburg, continues to fulfill that mission and is thriving, despite the pandemic and an up-and-down economy “We’ve had some supply chain snags like many others but our team … Read more

Affordable housing part of the mix for Gordon-Conwell site | news

HAMILTON — Turning dormitories into affordable housing is being considered for part of the 102-acre Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary campus, representatives of the school confirmed to the Planning Board Tuesday night. But the potential that Harborlight Community Partners could exercise an option on two, or four, or eventually all six of the dormitory buildings on the … Read more

Five distinguished alumni honored this year by Oscoda Schools | news

OSCODA — The five distinguished alumni honored this year by Oscoda area schools range from military service members to business owners to Paul Bunyan impersonators. Each of the distinguished alumni are people recognized as those who “have succeeded at the local, regional, national, or international levels in any area of ​​endeavor, including academia and education, … Read more

Hall, Steger named Ideal Bonaventure Students for 2022 | news

ST. BONAVENTURE — Meghan Hall of Buffalo and John “Jack” Steger of Webster have been named the Ideal Bonaventure Students for the Class of 2022. The Ideal Bonaventure Students exemplify the spirit of St. Bonaventure and the ideals of St. Francis through their demonstrated commitment to community service and academic excellence. They are selected by … Read more

Editorial: A marketing plus for old airport | opinion

Clinton County has taken a good first step in marketing what has become a crown jewel property for the future of growth in the region. County Legislature Chairman Mark Henry (R-Area 3, Chazy) recently unveiled a proposal to name the former Clinton County Airport property on Route 3 in the Town of Plattsburgh C-BIG. C-BIG … Read more

12 Under 40: Jessica Crawford | Local News

Jessica Crawford came to Terre Haute in 2012 from Seymour to attend Indiana State University. As a presidential scholar and member of the Networks Professional Development Program, she spent quite a bit of time volunteering in the community and enjoyed interacting with individuals who were passionate about where they lived and worked. That was when … Read more

Starting a new job? Being proactive sets you up for success

A serial founder and former public company CEO, Dan Richards is an award-winning member of the marketing faculty at the Rotman School of Management, where he also oversees the credit course associated with MBA student internships. Last week, I outlined how being pro-active before you begin a new job can create a positive initial impression … Read more