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    On February 8, 2016, I got the honor to attend the Mercy Corps workshop. Even though at first, I had not motivation to go, I ended up learning a lot more than I expected. The speaker talked about what they do along with some tips that will be useful. It was quite fascinating knowing that opposes to giving people in crisis food, they give them money. At first, it thought it was a horrible idea for them to do so, but as they explained that it brought revenue into the town it made a little more…

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    Case Study: Welspun Corp)

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    INTRODUCTION OF WELSPUN CORP LTD • Welspun Corp Ltd. (WCL) is the flagship company of Welspun Group and is a global giant in the Large Diameter Line Pipe segment. Over the last 15 years, the company has emerged as a leading name in the industry and today offers a one-stop solution with its wide range of products. Having a profile of clients coming from amongst the Fortune 100 companies especially in the Oil and Gas sector, Welspun Corp has established itself as a recognized brand…

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    Peace Corp Pros And Cons

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    Did you ever wonder how countries that had some major accident rose back from such disasters?! The peace corp, that's how. The peace corp is the best organization in america for the 1960’s. The peace corp will help countries financially or physically when other countries turn their backs. First, the peace corp helps other countries when a natural disasters hit.The program was established by Executive Order 10924, issued by President John F.Kennedy on March 1, 1961, announced by televised…

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    epitomizes why the Marine Corps is the most premiere fighting organization in the world. The Marine Corps started out with limited resources, a small amount of manpower, and a concise mission statement. According to the book First to Fight, “The initial mission of the Marine Corps was to provide security for the ships in which Marines were embarked” (Krulak 2013). In addition, the early Marines boarded other ships, landed ashore to fight, and fired on enemy ships. The Marine Corps’ existence…

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    Growing up in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas I wanted nothing more than to leave home and see the world. Therefore, at 18 years old I found myself doing just that as I entered the gates of Marine Corps Recruit Depot- Parris Island to earn the title of United States Marine. After months of follow on training I arrived at my first duty station in North Carolina. Primarily an Intelligence Analyst by trade, the opportunity arose for me to work as an Executive Assistant for a two-star Major General…

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    The Civilian Conservation Corps sent 250,000 young men to work camps to perform reforestation and conservation tasks. This removed surplus of workers from cities, provided healthy conditions for boys, and provided money for families. [ (New Deal Programs) ] With the creation of this program President Roosevelt brought together the nation’s young men and the land in an effort to save them both. [ (Civilian Conservation Corps CCC) ] President Roosevelt proposed to recruit thousands of unemployed…

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    but a great program in Fremont, Nebraska has provided these valuable, useful services for homeless people. Care-Corps provides: housing, life skills program, food, hygiene products, medicine, prevention program, counseling, and in addition, provides a profitable plan for a client to get a healthy, happy lifestyle. Many people drive by every day and don 't realize that Care Corps even exists, in fact, none of my family members have heard of this astonishing program. The shelter looks like a…

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    Job Corps Center Essay

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    down the Job Corp centers nationwide due to the revised spending budgets. The topic addressed is one of the numerous political problems that we as a nation face and these concerns must be addressed. Nationwide there are a few Job Corps Centers which has a growing problem in the U.S. today, caused primarily by not adhering to the protocols and policy’s, reporting false information on center data, and doesn’t have a curriculum that is regionally accredited. There is a select few Job Corps…

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    There are few things more life changing than joining the Peace Corps, and it isn't just your life that you are changing. By joining the Peace Corps you are bringing aid to the millions across the world that need it, gaining important leadership skills, and strengthening the bonds across the entirety of the international community. The Peace Corps is one of many organizations dedicated to bringing aid to those in need, but they have been doing it longer than most. They have been at it for more…

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    Post Expedition After the Corps of Discovery returned home, Lewis returned to Jefferson having completed most of what he set out to do. The Rocky Mountains had disproven the existence of the Northwest Passage. Fortunately, the group had completed their other objectives. The men brought home a plethora of recently discovered plant samples and animal sketches. These samples would prove invaluable in further research. The Corps was also able to accurately chart the lands they visited. They…

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