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The University of Macerata and the Florida Gulf Coast University signed an agreement protocol

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The agreement was signed by the Rector of the University of Macerata, prof. Luigi Lacché, and professor of foreign trade in the American University, Arthur Rubens. According to the agreement, the two universities commit themselves to find out cooperation paths concerning both research and teaching activities, through the exchange of students and professors.

"The University of Macerata focuses on international relations – said Rector Luigi Lacché – and this agreement lets us make another step forward, together with previous agreements with other famous American universities, like Princeton University and Saint Cloud".

The University of Macerata now have to identify concrete initiatives to start and strenghten a teching and research cooperation with the different colleges of the Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU). Significant the sinergies with the Faculties of Arts and Science, Teacher Education and Economics and Business, together with the different research centres specifically dedicated to innovation and local and small-medium businesses development.

The University of Macerata can also rely on the model of international cooperation created by the College of Business of the FGCU, the so-called “double circuit”. In this model, international activities are based on the involvement of both students and professors and local businesses, which are asked to share their experience abroad and to explore potential sinergies with hosting countries. This method, applied also in Macerata and the Marche region, can create mutual economic, industrial and cultural benefit both for Florida and the Italian region.

This important goal was achieved thanks to the relations established with FGCU authorities by prof. Giorgio Galeazzi, Director of the Science of Law Services degree programme, and by professor of Business Microeconomics Francesca Spigarelli, who this year visited the FGCU as visiting scholar.


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Craig Moffett, Top-Rated Analyst, Is Leaving Bernstein | Bloomberg News

Craig Moffett, a top-ranked telecommunications analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., is resigning from his job after a decade at the investment bank, according to a person familiar with the situation.

 

Moffett is considering starting his own firm, said the person, who asked not to be identified because the resignation hasn’t been announced publicly.

 

The 50-year-old has been ranked No. 1 among U.S. cable and satellite analysts for seven consecutive years by Institutional Investor magazine. He joined Bernstein, a division of New York- based AllianceBernstein LP (AB), a decade ago. Prior to that, he spent 11 years at the Boston Consulting Group, where he led the firm’s global practice in telecommunications.

 

He graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in 1984 and earned his master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School in 1989.

 

Moffett has long championed cable companies such as Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable Inc. for owning the networks that carry digital information. Moffett has said “distribution is king,” rather than content, because network owners will always find a way to get paid.

 

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Vancouver stabbing attack suspect facing 12 charges after randomly stabbing 7 people

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The suspect arrested in the stabbing of seven people at a Vancouver apartment building Thursday night has been charged with 12 counts of assault.

 

The suspect has been identified by police as Jerome Bonneric, 33, of Vancouver. He has been charged with:

Four counts of aggravated assault.Four counts of assault with a weapon.Three counts of common assault.One count of assaulting a peace officer.

Bonneric was arrested inside the building a short time after the stabbings. Police say they believe he was visiting a friend in the building at the time of the attacks. He was not previously known to police.

Investigators are trying to determine what prompted the attacks and are investigating whether he has any history of mental health issues. Police said there doesn't appear to be any connections between him and the victims.

Worked in wholesale bakery

CBC News has learned Bonneric worked at a wholesale bakery in Port Coquitlam, B.C., from April 2011 until December 2012.

Before April 2010 he lived in Paris, France and worked in real estate. He has a bachelor's degree in business law and a master's in real estate from two different French schools.

Bonneric worked at a wholesale bakery in Port Coquitlam from April 2011 until December 2012.(Facebook)

As of Friday evening, two victims remained in hospital, one in stable condition and the other in very serious condition.


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While they have gun control laws in Canada that prevent people from owning guns to protect and defend themselves, like in the UK, Canada has it's share of violence with knives. None of these people were able to defend themselves as this nutcase went on a stabbing spree. Some say it's better he had  knife than a gun, but wouldn't it be better if someone had a gun to defend themself rather than getting stabbed, along with seven others??

 

They are lucky he didn't have a gun, as he could have bought one on the black market or stolen one from somewhere. However, knives are brutal as well and he was able to stab quite a few people for no apparent reason. 

 

What's interesting to see is that police are investigating his mental health rather than blaming the weapon itself. In the US they blame the weapon and want to impose excessive gun control laws rather than investigate the mental health issue first.

MentalHealthCop's comment, August 15, 2013 10:49 AM
Do I understand correctly, you are arguing the US want to blame the gun and disregard the potential mental health issues? I found the opposite to be true after the Newtown killings.
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How could you find the opposite true?? Obama and his administration immediately started pushing for more gun control laws rather than mental health screening @mentalhealthcop
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John Paul II JC Launch

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Mount Carmel High School has launched their junior college.  Saturday night, they launched Cayo's new John Paul II junior college.  They'll offer English, Business, and General Studies Associates degrees.


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Creating a 360-Degree Consumer Profile with Automation | Marketing Automation - Pardot

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Believe it or not, brands aren’t just disregarding the times and opting for the outdated batch-and-blast style by choice (at least most aren’t). The issue is that brands are just not getting a complete picture of their consumers.

 

Most companies already possess a staggering amount of information about their customers and prospects, but this information is siloed into a number of different locations, preventing what Richard Ting over at the Harvard Business Review referred to as a “360-degree customer profile.”

 

However, tapping into these silos and creating that 360-degree customer profile is the key to marketing that can engage and deliver the breakthrough marketing promised by big data. So how can you tap into all of this data? With marketing automation, of course!


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The author offers various ways that MA can provide the 360 degree profile.  Basic and useful information, especially if you're still in the consideration mode.


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informative site about how getting a job after college works

 

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Conference on STEM careers draws high school girls to Edmonds CC

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More than 200 high school girls attended Edmonds Community College’s Expanding Your Horizons conference on March 27, where they learned about science and math courses and were encouraged to consider careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

 

The students came from 13 schools in five public school districts, as well as from two private schools. They could attend 37 different workshop offering 46 presenters and co-presenters.

 

“We know we need to increase the number of students obtaining degrees in STEM fields to provide a workforce for a healthy economy in the 21st century,” said Edmonds Community College math instructor Deann Leoni. “It’s a great time to be studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.”

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Accounting CRM Can Improve Sales for Small Business [Infographic]

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CRM apps manages customer data from a variety of sources and displays it in one screen – you won’t have to leave your browser window.

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CYDigital's curator insight, April 10, 2013 10:09 AM

We know: what's the connection with marketing automation? Two things: (1) too good of a graphic to pass up presenting to you, and (2) interesting notion on tying Accounting software with CRM which is in effect tied to MAP. We can see how there's a logical connection that could lead to the use of triggered emails from your MAP.


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Michelle Merritt, MS's curator insight, April 10, 2013 11:25 AM

This is a nice integration concept, allowing small businesses to streamline information processes and integrate accounting apps with their CRM for greater efficiency, communication and actionable insights. I especially appreciate that this infographic includes the "social listening" aspect of CRM.

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From Growing up in Kuujjuaq, Nunavik to the NCAA

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Dave Dupuis may be the first Inuit ever to play college hockey south of the border ... Growing up in Kuujjuaq, Nunavik, Dave Dupuis had never heard of college hockey. Now, at the age of 21, he is one of the first–if not the first–Inuit to play hockey for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). His path to playing college hockey in the U.S. wasn’t easy. The rigours of academia and two concussions presented challenges. But he stuck it through and is set to graduate next year with a bachelor degree in business and management from Skidmore College, one of the most selective academic institutions in North America.

Dupuis, who was recently profiled in the New York Times, took a break from studying for finals and spoke to Maclean’s about why “ugly goals” are better than “pretty goals,” on being a role model and how to open doors for Inuit kids in the future.


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The Top 14 Marketing Automation Articles Curated Today, Tuesday, 4/2/13

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Here are The Marketing Automation Alert's best marketing automation-related articles curated today, Tuesday, 4/1/13. Receive a daily summary of The Marketing Automation Alert directly to your inbox. Subscribe here (your privacy is protected). If you find this valuable, please share by using the links below:

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How Much Does Marketing Automation Cost? - Marketo

 

http://sco.lt/7FhN69

From blog.marketo.com - Today, 10:35 AM

 

When building a business case for marketing automation, you’ll also need to understand the investment required. This post will show you what to look for.

 

Excerpt...

 

The main factors that drive the cost of your subscription are:

The number of leads and contacts in your marketing database. This includes those for whom you have contact information, such as email address, postal address, or phone number.The functionality in each edition. Many vendors provide different editions of their solutions; maybe an edition to facilitate lower-cost entry and another with more powerful, higher-end functionality. For example, Marketo provides a Spark edition, which is optimized for small businesses and first-time marketing automation users; a Standard edition that adds more capabilities that are appropriate for most companies; and a Select edition for enterprises with highly sophisticated marketing requirements.Many vendors provide discounts for the annual commitments, so be sure to evaluate contract lengths.Most solutions do not typically charge for each marketing user, and provide access for an unlimited number of emails (within reason).Many vendors also have an additional per-seat charge for named Sales users to get insight and action inside the CRM system.

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

You'll definitely want to click-through to read more on Jon's take on cost. You'll also want to see David Raab's blog, as well as use The Marketing Automation Alert's Filter to search for past scoops.

 

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Creating a 360-Degree Consumer Profile with Automation | Marketing Automation - Pardot

 

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From www.pardot.com - Today, 10:21 AM

 

Excerpt...

 

Believe it or not, brands aren’t just disregarding the times and opting for the outdated batch-and-blast style by choice (at least most aren’t). The issue is that brands are just not getting a complete picture of their consumers.

 

Most companies already possess a staggering amount of information about their customers and prospects, but this information is siloed into a number of different locations, preventing what Richard Ting over at the Harvard Business Review referred to as a “360-degree customer profile.”

 

However, tapping into these silos and creating that 360-degree customer profile is the key to marketing that can engage and deliver the breakthrough marketing promised by big data. So how can you tap into all of this data? With marketing automation, of course!

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

The author offers various ways that MA can provide the 360 degree profile.  Basic and useful information, especially if you're still in the consideration mode.

 

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Dynamic Remarketing Ads: The Future of Google Remarketing | WordStream

 

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From www.wordstream.com - Today, 10:28 AM

 

Learn why Google's new Dynamic Remarketing ads, currently in beta, are the greatest thing for e-commerce AdWords accounts since sliced bread.

 

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Google’s new dynamic remarketing feature – currently in beta – is hands down the best release from Google I’ve seen in a long time. As far as I’m concerned, this will be a MUST DO for all e-commerce websites that are advertising with Google.

 

I know the biggest pain point in my remarketing efforts has always been getting image ads generated for all of the products for sale. With Google’s new Dynamic Remarketing feature (still in beta), Google will dynamically create ads for you that include your price, image, and text of your choice, all based on the behavior of your website visitors.

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

We're scooping this for any of our readers who are using B2B e-commerce. If you are, this is a must-investigate.

 

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Midsize Insider: Aberdeen View: What You Should Know Before the Sales Call

 

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From www.midsizeinsider.com - Today, 9:59 AM

 

Practical Perspectives for the Midsize Business. Brought to you by IBM.

 

Excerpt...

 

How does today’s seller leverage sales intelligence tactically? They:

Take a page from the job-seeker's handbook:  Never, ever ask a question of the prospect or customer that could have been answered by scouring the corporate web site or other highly available web resources. This not only insults the quality of the prospect's website, it generally spells doom for the salesperson’s prospects of closing the deal. Action item: Do your online, social and networking research before the call or meeting.Understand what is important to both the company and buyer. Public corporate data usually has excellent hints about business strategies, industry or geographic focuses, and even the non-work priorities of potential buyers. Press releases, product demos and executive biographies are the best sources for this sales intelligence data.  Action item: Be up-to-date, even real-time, with every relevant piece of content your prospect or customer is publishing – and what is being published about them.Leverage every bit of user-generated content on social media sites to better understand how these priorities are playing out in real-time. For example, Twitter feeds are a great way to discover distractions like trade shows and quarterly closing cycles that make it a bad time for a sales call. Their contributions to LinkedIn group discussions can also provide fantastic insight into the kind of products and initiatives that will be important to them in the coming months. Action item: follow, link, and post aggressively.

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

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B2B Marketing’s Measurement Problem - B2B Digital Marketing

 

http://sco.lt/70KYdN

From b2bdigital.net - Today, 9:57 AM

 

Excerpt...

 

But your organization that is accustomed to measuring marketing by the value it delivers (in qualified leads or ultimate sales) versus the investment you made. Is your entire organization, not just the marketing department, ready to change how you measure marketing?

Usually, the near term answer is no. Changing how marketing is measured is a significant change and is, at its heart, a change management issue. For example, these are just a few of the areas it will impact:

Business stakeholders throughout the organization (from existing marketing partners to sales to the executive team) will need to understand the new measurement.New marketing technology or service investment will need to be made, likely increasing the infrastructure cost of marketing.All existing marketing performance will need to be updated, triggering an extended period of testing in order to determine the most effective tactics based on the new measurement.

It is a complex sale, but most B2B companies will continue to use their simple measurement.

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

Attribution! You have the tools: use them! See the post for a few recommendations.

 

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The Marketing Code Disconnect - Geoff Livingston

 

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From geofflivingston.com - Today, 9:17 AM

 

"The CMO will spend more on IT than the CIO by 2017, says Gartner. Yet, this marriage of different functions creates a unique tension..."

 

Digest...

 

Marketers don’t get code, and coders don’t get marketing. It’s the new Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus.Just consider the awkward conversations between SEOs and traditional branders. That’s inside the marketing department.

 

Strategists need to understand the dynamics of IT if they will be able to deploy the marketing assets of the future effectively. Achieving strategy requires data, but data requires creativity. Perhaps marriage counseling is needed. Or better education programs that straddle the two disciplines, both inside college educations systems and through professional training environments. Even in these instances, most educational institutions are playing catch up and following the edgelings. That makes for a darker learning path.

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

Nice, quick opinion piece.

 

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Gartner’s Social Marketing Survey 2013 - Gartner

 

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From blogs.gartner.com - Today, 9:11 AM

 

Excerpted...

 

Some of our findings include:

Content is King: Content creation is the top role for almost 50% of the social marketing team and a third of respondents report that great content and authentic engagement make a company a great social marketing leader. See Gartner’s 2013 Social Marketing Survey Finding: Content Creation Fuels Social Marketing, available to all.

The Holy Grail: 38% of respondents say social marketing results in leads.  Fan and follower counts, engagement rates, and implied increases in reach and awareness are good, but bottom line results speak volumes and keep your social programs funded. See my blog post on Social Marketing in 2013.

Help Wanted: 36% percent of respondents outsource content development and management to counter a skills gap. We suggest using in-house skills as the foundation, augmented by service provider relationships, to help you scale.

Thanks IT, But No Thanks?: Only 12% of respondents give their IT organization a major role in social marketing.  With interview responses like “They don’t know anything about it” or “They aren’t involved in anything, and we have our own set of rules in marketing”, IT will need to up their game in innovation and thought leadership to be relevant. We recommend sourcing from your IT organization if they are willing and able, build your own technical team or outsource it. Don’t skimp on architecture, design, and operations as you scale.

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

The full report is available to Gartner subscribers, but the aforementioned definitely has value!

 

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5 Content Creation Tactics Every Marketing Rock Star Needs - CMI [MINI-GRAPHIC]

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From contentmarketinginstitute.com - Today, 9:07 AM

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

Fuzzy graphic, great guidance. Details to each of the 5 tactics are in the post.

 

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15 Types of Email Marketing Tests You Should Be Doing - ClickZ

 

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From www.clickz.com - Today, 9:04 AM

 

How email marketers can go beyond just testing subject lines and look at other elements that might improve response.

 

Excerpt...

 

So here's my much-less-impressive sounding list of 15 types of email tests you can do, along with some narration on my personal favorites and least favorites. The list is roughly organized from what generally provides the most to least value in terms of increased performance for the long term.

ListsLanding page elements (which could spur another list of 15 or more)Completely new creative (multiple elements)Preview pane viewCustomization (targeted content)Offer/offer copy/placementCall-to-action copy/placementGeneral wireframe/layoutGeneral copyPersonalization (data merge)Subject lineFrom lineDesign (fonts/colors/images)Time of the sendDay of the send

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

Jeanne Jennings, the author, is in our opinion the smartest email marketer around. Heed her advice, and click through for details.

 

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Making Big Data Smart - ClickZ

 

http://sco.lt/95RLWb

From www.clickz.com - Today, 9:02 AM

 

"For about 10 hours of effort, you should be analyzing valuable data you previously didn't have, and be poised to make serious optimizations to your campaigns."

 

Summarized...

 

So What Is Smart Data?

Smart data is a subset of big data and should be a part of every big data project. The goal of smart data is to quickly show a return on investment and lay the foundation for ongoing big data projects. More specifically, smart data has three attributes:

Smart data requires at least two data sources. Just like big data, smart data will combine at least two previously disconnected data sets.Smart data is efficient. It looks for the largest potential impact, with the least amount of resources.Smart data is actionable. The analysis and insights that come out of your smart data project need to have a clear objective, and one that can be acted upon in a fast, efficient manner.

 

How About an Example?

A great smart data project to start with is to incorporate marketing campaign data from a digital analytics tool, such as Google Analytics, within a CRM system, such as Salesforce.com.

 

iNeoMarketing's insight:

The author includes an example that demonstrates the value of what he refers to as Smart Data.

 

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Emails That Include Social Sharing Icons Sport Higher CTRs - Marketing Charts

 

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From www.marketingcharts.com - Today, 8:46 AM

 

Emails that include social sharing buttons have a click-through rate 158% higher than those do not (6.2% vs. 2.4%), according to a new study from GetReponse. That represents an even bigger boost than the 115% jump noted in the researchers’ study last year. While the proportion of users including social sharing buttons increased by more than 60% year-over-year, this practice remains firmly entrenched in the minority, at 29.6% of users.

 

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More Marketers Seen Relying on Experience Than Data for Decision-Making - Marketing Charts

 

http://sco.lt/7kcbHF

From www.marketingcharts.com - Today, 8:48 AM

 

Only 32% of marketing professionals from around the world claim to be highly effective at engaging with individual customers, while even smaller percentages feel confident in their ability to identify and capture new markets (25%) or uncover new insights to generate additional business value (23%). These findings are from a new IBM study that suggests that many marketers are limited in their analytical sophistication, basing their decisions more on past experience than prescriptive analytics that can improve their outcomes.

 

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Which infographic is right for you? - Econsultancy

 

http://sco.lt/9HmcdN

From econsultancy.com - Today, 8:39 AM

 

That’s right, there’s more to infographics than a scrolling image full of facts and figures. Different types of infographics are consumed differently.

 

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How HubSpot Does Inbound: Creating a Content Machine [SLIDESHARE]

 

From www.slideshare.net - Today, 8:42 AM

 

In order to "do" inbound marketing, you need to "do" content. Flip through this SlideShare to learn our best tips for creating a content machine. Get more in-depth tips and lessons in our ebook: http://bitly.com/HowHSDoesContent.


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The Best Story Always Wins: Prioritizing Storytelling to Generate Leads, Sales, And Lots Of Love

Society has seen enough whitepapers, long business plans, high-degree Linkedin pages and MBA students. There's a better way to get people interested in you: tell your story and not your profession. Spend your life crafting it. The story has to be the original, authentic you, because everyone’s story is different. A monotonous or invaluable story will be lost in the abyss of "never told."

 

Together, we'd like to share with you four actionable steps you can take to craft your best story.

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FT publisher Pearson to offer business degrees - Telegraph

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Pearson, the education and publishing group, is to set up its own college offering business degrees.

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Edmonds Community College, Washington

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Edmonds Community College, Washington, a leader in online classes, offers two-year degrees leading to bachelorA­s programs, plus short-term training for in-demand jobs. Located near Seattle, Washington.

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This is a very helpful website. The site provided me with helpful information on the classes the school provides. In addition the site gave me information on the clubs and athletics that take place at the school. Also on their site, the school provides jobs at the school.

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Time Warner Cable Edmonds | Time Warner Cable Washington

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We Provides Time Warner Cable, Television Channels, Customer Service Edmonds, Time Warner Cable Customer Service, Time Warner Cable TV Call Us 866-942-7565

 

 


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Charter Cable Channels Edmonds | Charter Cable Channels Washington

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Boeing: Careers - Interns & Graduates - Internships & Co-ops

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My Thoughts: Although the website is only limited to Boeing I love how the website offers more then just one engineering internship. The website also clearly states what qualification one needs in order to acheive the internship. The bad thing about this website is that in the end if you want an aerospace internship in general this is not the website ,but if you want a more specific internship this  is a great site. Another good thing about this site is that it gives more information then needed and its not just in washington. Overall a great site but yoou have to know exactly what you want to do .


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This site would be the closest I would get to my desired job, on the Boeing website learning about internship opportunities. This page gives you brief information about internship and co-ops at Boeing. There is also Q&A section for those who have questions. Also there are other information on getting that job, such as skills and majors that Boeing likes to see. It also lists a view options to choose from for the internship spot. Because the industry is so big, and we are just newbie interns, they explain who the co-workers might be. The best part is, it gives you a good opportunity to apply online at a specific location.