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Posted on: Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 13:32 by tkelly
In our increasingly networked society, terrorism always presents a serious threat. A well-aimed terrorist attack could disrupt the country's transportation, halt all communications, and leave the economy and military paralyzed. Worse still, an attack on a densely-populated area could kill thousands in a single blow. The following fields employ Homeland Security specialists to prevent such attacks, and to deal with them when they happen:
Posted on: Tuesday, December 16, 2014 - 14:29 by tkelly
David Bupe’s desire to learn about electronics began halfway around the world in his homeland of Zambia. “Ever since I was a kid I wanted to learn about electronics and engineering,” says David. “When we were small, my dad visited America and he brought back electronic toy race cars for my brother and me. We tore them apart to see how to make them work differently. So, our parents then decided to get us electronics kits.”
Posted on: Monday, December 15, 2014 - 13:43 by tkelly
Less than two years after graduating from ECPI University’s College of Nursing, Medical Careers Institute, Walter Edwards is already distinguishing himself. A nurse at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters (CHKD) in Norfolk, Virginia, he recently received the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses.
Sponsored by the DAISY Foundation, it is presented to nurses that excel in clinical skill and compassionate care. Walter was nominated by the parent of one of his patients who was extremely impressed with the special care he provided to her daughter. Having had 12 surgeries at CHKD already, she was familiar with the qualities of a great nurse. Still, as another procedure loomed, she was touched by Walter’s emotional support, how he answered her questions, and his attentiveness to her child’s needs.
Posted on: Monday, December 1, 2014 - 15:49 by tkelly
You may be a self-motivated, detail-oriented, results-driven go-getter. You may call yourself a dynamic team player who adds value and thinks outside the box.
Unfortunately, these terms on a resume are not getting the attention you want. You want an approach that will move you to the top of the resume pile. Here’s how you can make
Posted on: Wednesday, November 26, 2014 - 07:57 by tkelly
When she was just a little girl, Emma Mullet used to dream of becoming a nurse. Of course, it was just that, a dream. She was Amish and that meant no more than eight years of education and then it was time to be trained to become a mother and housewife.
She married in 1995 and had eight children over the next eleven years. In 2007, her life became complicated. Her husband became very ill and could not work. She decided it was time to take control of her life. The family moved to South Carolina and Emma started working on her GED.