Cooperative education

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  • Reflection On Cooperative Education

    1. Introduction My Cooperative education was completed as an intern at Volunteer Service Abroad (VSA), in Wellington. My work was centred around tourism, specifically voluntourism, and the establishment of VSA’s form of voluntourism, learning journeys. During this internship, I was mentored by the CEO, Gill Greer, which allowed me to observe her passion for sustainable development. Gill believes that the success of sustainable development can be achieved through improvement of human rights, health, education, and empowerment of women. Gill was an inspirational mentor, with incredible wisdom and advice to offer. I have learnt so much from Gill, and this experience has fuelled my passion for sustainable development and the empowerment of women.…

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  • Why Should Interns Be Unpaid?

    1 Timothy 6:10 says, “For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil.” Recent national debate has shown interns are starting to grow angry at the fact they are not receiving pay for their work. Internships are unpaid programs that help college students get involved in the working world and showcase their skills. Unpaid programs such as these can be very successful tools. Internships provide very important and unique opportunities that can pave the way for their success but do not deserve…

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  • African American Cooperatives: A Case Study

    Statement of Books Purpose Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice details African American cooperatives in America during slavery. A cooperative is a company that is owned by the people who use their services. African American’s implementation of cooperatives during slavery proved courageous and dangerous at the same time. Overview of Book’s Content We learn from the introduction that the purpose of a cooperative is to provide quality goods…

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  • The Importance Of The Toxic Charity

    "Be Kind; Everyone You Meet is Fighting a Hard Battle." It’s a saying we all have known and heard and as cliché as it may be, it’s something I think we all should be doing. Something that has seemingly become less of a thing now a day. Being kind, loving your fellow man, with so much death and murder in the world, it’s easy to look at the world we live in now as hopeless. We always have a tendency of letting the bad outweigh the good. News telecasts usually open with the bad news and end with…

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  • Women In Poverty

    communities. Women have become radical forces of change, battling the inequality between gender roles in their own respective culture. Women are realizing that education is the basis of breaking out of this battle. Poverty alleviation through entrepreneurship is a key tool that can aid in building a stronger global economy. This paper takes a look at some organizations who have addressed poverty alleviation strategies through micro – lending and education focusing and targeting women in…

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  • Total Rewards Case Study

    Development and Career Opportunities: These include: reimbursement for external education related to position/career, internal training opportunities, job-shadowing, temporary assignments to a higher position, creation of a development plan with direct supervisor that the organizational will support. We specifically will look only at Point 1: Compensation, and touch on Point 5. Point 2-4 will not be affected by the organizational change. Strengths Strengths of the current Total Rewards…

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  • Summer Internship Report Essay

    Introduction The following report describes the Summer Semester 2015 internship at “Million Words Publishing, LLC”. I mention the experience and training received while working as Senior Media Assistant. The experience and responsibilities expected of all interns. During the eight weeks of working the internship, I write the accomplishments accomplished and the resourceful information to prepare me for a position in the media arena. In addition, I will explain the reason I choose this…

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  • ENCP 6000: Career Goals

    ENCP 6000, Section## Career Goals Joshi, Prerana Avinash My persistent inclination towards technology influenced me to pursue my undergraduate curriculum in Electronics Engineering from University of Mumbai, India. During my studies I was intrigued by the stupendous pace at which telecommunications industry has evolved and transformed our lives. In order to be a part of this development process and to pioneer the next generation of networking…

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  • My Goals And Reasons For Application To The University Of Waterloo

    love should be about considering and understanding what the recipient really wants. Question 4 Please provide a reason why any Grade 12 (or equivalent) courses listed above were not taken at your regular day school. (900 character limit) 
By taking Gr.12 English in Toronto International Academy, I was given the opportunity to concentrate more on other Gr.12 courses during my final year while enhancing my time management skill and work efficiency. Since summer school has a much shorter term…

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  • Reflection Of A Site Supervisor On Camp Noah

    Supervisor Even though I haven’t had the chance to work with my Site Supervisor, Dr. Jayne M. Leh, I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with her from time to time and sort of getting the feel of the kind of person she is. From her academic accomplishments to her tremendous work experience outside the field, she has led a rewarding life. I’d hope as one of her interns at Camp Noah, I could undertake any task that is given to me with success and lead by example. Camp Noah is a week-long facility…

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