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    Job Corps Research Paper

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    Title: The building blocks for tomorrow 's future Essay: Recently the Department of Labor has been closing down Job Corp centers nationwide, I understand the reasons behind their actions but there approach is wrong. This is one of the political problems that face our nation and its concern needs to be addressed. It is an important skill for our citizens of the United States of America to have an academic and professional set of skills. With these set of skills we as citizens would be able…

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    B Corps Business Analysis

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    B Corps is a certified benefit corporation which has been officially certified by the nonprofit B Lab as having met rigorous standards of environmental and social performance, accountability, and transparency. Unlike less comprehensive business certifications, B Corp certifications involve meeting holistic standards for all aspects of a company, from its environmental and social impact, to its corporate governance and community involvement. B Corp certification is designed to help consumers…

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    $79 million, respectively, of restricted cash included in Other Current Assets on the Consolidated Balance Sheets (FirstEnergy Corp., p.37). “Net cash provided from operating activities was $3,447 million during 2015, $2,713 million during 2014 and $2,662 million during 2013. Cash flows from operations increased $734 million in 2015 compared with 2014” (FirstEnergy Corp., p.37). Though FirstEnergy’s “most significant sources of cash are derived from electric services provided by its utility…

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    viewpoint, that the Corps of Discovery expedition was important for America’s expansion westward, is more accurate because the expedition brought different groups of people together. The expedition, called the Corps of Discovery, brought two “nations” or groups of people together. The Indians, or more politically correct, the Native Americans helped the Corps of Discovery and the white people on the expedition helped the Native Americans. Thomas Jefferson, the president at the time the Corps of…

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    The legacy of the Chemical Corps is broad and full of many stories of how it played a part in numerous wars such as World War 1, Korean War and etc. These moments in history are the foundation of the corps which makes up the bare essentials of what we live and train by today. Even though with our profound history very few know of it and understand our capabilities. One must first understand that we were created in order to protect and serve against chemicals that not only harm us but as well…

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    Care Corps Research Paper

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    Care-Corps Currently, over half a million people are homeless in the U.S. right now. What most of us don't understand, is the grind that homeless people go through everyday for their daily needs. Lots of us take a bed, a soft blanket, a warm house for granted. This is something homeless people don't have, but a great program in Fremont, Nebraska has provided these services for them. Care-Corps provides: housing, life skills program, food, hygiene products, medicine, prevention program,…

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    I am very pleased to learn that I was selected as a recipient of the 2017-2018 Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation. I sincerely thank you for your generosity. I am writing to thank you for your generous support towards my higher education. I am honored to receive such a prestigious award. I think that the Marine Corps has influence my family. My father is active in the Marine Corp Reserve. He received his bachelor’s degree from Winston Salem State University. He is currently employed at…

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    I have had many experiences in my life but the best one has to be my experience of going to Job Corps. The reason for me going to Job Corps was because I wanted to live a better lifestyle and to get my diploma and trade so I can better myself. I was 16 when I quit playing sports and dropped out of school. I stared hanging around with the wrong crowd and stared to do the wrong thing that got me in trouble with the law. I went through juvenile detention and probation after I dropped out of school…

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    Marine Corps in 15-20 years is the utilization of technology. Modern technology such as computers and personal hand held devices have its advantage and disadvantages. Computers are able to speed up communications, procedures, and save lives with the use of robots to disarm an improvised explosive device. With the advantages that it brings to the fight, it also has its drawbacks. Technology can take away from important life skills, degrade human interaction, and compromise the Marine Corps…

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    this concept was intriguing and lead me to take a deeper look within myself and the Marine Corps. Great leaders uphold the purpose as to “why” they must be successful; which subsequently fuels “how” they will do “what” it takes to succeed. It is easy to lose focus in a long career; but the Senior Enlisted Professional Military Education (SEPME) course has reminded me that "why" I joined and love the Marine Corps keeps me grounded in true leadership, and not fixated on authority. To commence,…

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