Minnesota law grads on taking the July '09 bar exam Minnesota Lawyer video correspondent Brittany Soroz talks with law school grads waiting to take the bar exam at the RiverCentre in St. Paul on Jul 28, 2009, the first day of the two-day test. The law grads discuss their preparation efforts and the stress of taking the test while many of them are still looking for jobs in the worst economy in decades.
"Lilly Pad The Highschool Grad" - Nick Lilly - Rap Music Video "Lilly Pad The Highschool Grad" - Nick Lilly TWITTER /nicklillymusic MYSPACE /nicklillyonline BECOME A FAN ON FACEBOOK The anticipated music video from Nick Lilly from Lilly Films. Lilly Films /lillyfilmsfhs /lillyfilms /lillyfilms Thanks for everyone involved I love you all!! DOWNLOAD FREE MP3 www.4 All Rights Reserved Copyright 2009 Credits Hayden Panettiere Photo Shoot - Bathroom Scene - Deborah Anderson - July 2009 Hayden Panettiere Red Carpet - Special Event - Entourage Season Premiere in LA July 9th. Hayden Panettiere - Photo Shoot - GQ : July 2009 Thanks to all my fans and everyone involved..i Love You! Download Mp3 www.4 Lilly Films Bonfire Music Lyrics Lyrics, Vocals, Music by Nick Lilly Produced by Johnny Orr - Bonfire Music 2009 "Lilly Pad The Highschool Grad" Lyrics Lilly Pad The High School Grad By Nick Lilly Intro performed by Nick Lilly and Johnny Orr Johnny - Hello its Johnny at the studio Nick - Johnny you so funny Johnny - Shh..who is this? Nick - Its Nick I'm on my way to the studio Johnny - You were suppost to be here an hour ago Nick - Well I just caught the Hannah Montana movie, im a little late Johnny - Great, you went to Hannah Montana how was it? Nick - It was really good, alright dude I'll be there in a minute Johnny - Hannah Montana, why am I not suprised? Nick - Bye Johnny - Bye Verse 1 Oh my gahh, Its nick lilly flyin by yahh, actin ...
Tips and Advice for College Grads Michael Neece from Pongo Resume is featured on the Fox Business show Money for Breakfast. Tips and advice for college graduates entering the workforce. Prepare an exceptional resume and cover letter, utilize social media
Obama Urges Black Grads To Close Education Gap President Obama addresses graduates of Hampton University, a historically black university.
Ballenas Secondary - Grad 2006 - Valedictorian Speech Click "more" for a transcript. Max Johnson, Grad 2006 Valedictorian for Ballenas Secondary School, gives the next-to-last speech of the evening. MR. WITTE: [Inaudible], I can see the home stretch coming now. Max... Johnson, could you please come up and do the Valedictorian [inaudible]? MAX'S MOTHER: Yeah. [APPLAUSE] MAX: ...Just a little bit? [Inaudible] "Suuuue"... okay. Ladies and Gentlemen: Honored guests, teachers, parents, family members, school board officials, fellow students, and fellow grads: Thank you. You can all breathe a sigh of relief now. We're finally coming to the end. It's hard to believe that 13 years of our lives have gone by so quickly. In the beginning, in elementary school, all we had to do was learn what the letters of the alphabet were and where they go; now we've taken classes like Math 12, where we learned that, no, the letters of the alphabet mean different things entirely. Middle school was transitional, just three short years between fun and responsibility, and it was over before a lot of us really adjusted to the routine of actually having to do work. And now, here we are, and we've finished high school, the place that seemed so scary and ominous when our older siblings and their friends went there every day -- and had to do homework and everything. It's a testament to the care and the skill of our teachers and community that we've made it through this period of our lives and became the finely crafted people you see today.... We're grateful ...
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Advice to College Grads - Jack and Suzy Welch Complete video at: fora.tv Jack and Suzy Welch offer their advice to college graduates. While Suzy Welch acknowledges that many grads may have to settle for less than their dream job, she emphasizes the need to love your work, over-deliver, and "give it everything." ----- In today's accelerated world, with its competing priorities, information overload and confounding options, we can all use a compass, a guiding strategy to help navigate the parade of life decisions: Should I uproot my family for a higher paying job? Should I settle down and have children, or continue my work hard/play hard life? As a work-life columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine and as a writer, with her husband and former GE CEO Jack Welch, of "The Welch Way" column in BusinessWeek, Suzy Welch has developed a simple and yet incredibly helpful life-management tool she contends will cut through the noise and provides clarity for answering all of our work and life dilemmas. Join this powerhouse couple for a discussion of how to put their principles to work in reclaiming your lives at home, in love and at work. - Commonwealth Club of California John Francis "Jack" Welch, Jr. is the former Chairman and CEO of General Electric between 1981 and 2001. Welch gained a solid reputation for uncanny business acumen and unique leadership strategies at GE. He remains a highly regarded figure in business circles due to his innovative management strategies and leadership style. Welch's net worth is estimated at $720 ...
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Does America Really Need More College Grads? - George Leef Complete video at: fora.tv George Leef, Director of Research at the John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, deconstructs several common arguments that propose the need for increasing the number of college graduates in the US Leef argues that the number of people with college degrees currently outweighs the number of jobs that require them, and suggests that graduating more people will only lead to "credential inflation." ----- The rapid growth of China, India, Brazil and other emerging powers has dramatically altered the complexion of the global economy in recent years. At the same time, rising deficits, high trade imbalances, a declining dollar, and a lingering economic downturn have placed America's position within the global economy in peril-and have policymakers deliberating over the keys to America's economic future. One area often cited as critical to the nation's future economic strength is higher education, particularly that America must dramatically increase the number of college-educated citizens to remain a leading economic power. - Miller Center for Public Affairs George Leef is Director of Research at the John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy in Raleigh, NC. He was previously on the faculty of Northwood University and a policy adviser in the Michigan Senate. Since 1996, he has served as book review editor of the Foundation for Economic Education's magazine, The Freeman. Leef is the author of Free Choice for Workers: A History of ...
CABLE & WIRELESS - THE GRADS Film showcasing the graduate scheme run by Cable & Wireless, filmed across the UK with the current graduates. All shot on HDV with editing in Final Cut and graphics created and animated in Photoshop and After Effects.
New grads face inhospitable job market According to a new labor study, this summer will be to worst hiring market for ***s in more than six decades.
Outstanding Grads 2009: Ra***ta Brown An interview with an extraordinary CSUN student we profiled in our special commencement report at: blogs.csun.edu Overcoming early academic difficulties due to an unexpected illness and being the first in her family to attend college, Ra***ta Brown became an exceptional student and a mentor to others, finishing bachelor's and master's degrees at CSUN. Directed, shot and edited by Krishna Narayanamurti Interviewer: Nichole O'Grady Produced by Carmen Ramos Chandler Executive Producers: Vance Peterson, Michael McM***, and Randal Thomson Captioning by James Wolf Special Thanks: Jolene Koester, Lee Choo, Rayetta Esquibel, Brenda Roberts, Shante Morgan, Eve Green and Paola Cervantes. © 2009 Marketing & Communications, California State University Northridge
Outstanding Grads 2009: Kristina de Bree An interview with an extraordinary CSUN student we profiled in our special commencement report at: blogs.csun.edu Kristina de Bree has suffered from cystic fibrosis since infancy, requiring frequent hospitalization and complicated treatments, but she still managed to complete her bachelor's in marketing with honors. Directed, shot and edited by Krishna Narayanamurti Interviewer: Eve Green Produced by Carmen Ramos Chandler Executive Producers: Vance Peterson, Michael McM***, and Randal Thomson Captioning by James Wolf Special Thanks: Jolene Koester, Lee Choo, Rayetta Esquibel, Brenda Roberts, Shante Morgan, Nichole O'Grady, and Paola Cervantes. © 2009 Marketing & Communications, California State University Northridge
Michelle Obama Tells Grads: 'Keep Engaging' First lady Michelle Obama urged George Washington University graduates to "keep going, keep giving, keep engaging" during a commencement address. Obama spoke Sunday to some 5000 graduates and their families at the ceremony on the National Mall. (May 16)
What does job market hold for college grads? May 20, 2009 (NECN) - School is out and summer is ahead, but for college students, that means trying to stay afloat in the worst economy their generation has known. According to an AP/MTVU poll, 22 percent of students polled say they worry about having enough money to get through the week. One in five decided to go to graduate school, worried an undergraduate degree might not be enough to get them a job, and eleven percent of those whose parents last a job veered away from grad school, because they can not afford it. So what does the job market hold for new college graduates? says the situation is not as bad you might think. Founder and CEO Jenny Floren joins us with the surprising results of the 2009 annual jobs survey.
American college grads can't buy a job Official unemployment rates in the United States hover around 10 percent, even though many experts believe the real numbers are much higher. But for young adults in America, the situation is even worse. 54 percent of Americans under the age of 25 are unemployed according to the labor department. It's taking many college graduates over a year to land a steady job, and many are in hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt.
Obama Honors West Point Grads - Full Video President Obama delivers the commencement address at West Point.
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New RN Grad Job Shortage This segment could be better, and the news reporter sends a couple of inaccurate messages, but this is a start. To say there is no longer a nursing shortage is inaccurate. There is still a nursing shortage, and experts say that it may be detrimental to claim that there is no longer a shortage. Also the media suggests for new nurses to relocate and/or or look for jobs in long term care (or other areas). However, this is happening all over the nation, in every nursing area/field. Long-term care, acute care, public health, etc., are all short right now on positions for new grads. New grads can get hired, and there are positions out there, but there are far fewer positions than what is needed. According to USA Today (2010), the recession is masking the nursing shortage. Right now, due to the recession, the nursing shortage has eased a bit. This is partly due to the large number of experienced nurses not leaving the workforce, and experienced nurses coming back after being retired. However, due this, there is lack of vacancies for new nurses. New nurses are being denied positions. This could potentially result in a crisis. The "baby boomers" are continuing to age, leading to the largest geriatric population. The older experienced nurses will eventually retire. This will result in more patients and less nurses, and is why there is a prediction that within the next 10-15 years, we will face an alarming nursing shortage. Turning away new graduates leads to fewer nurses available ...
Economy Fails College Grads College students across the nation are struggling to find steady employment upon graduation, as Anthony Mason reports. Experts say this trend could continue for years.
Atkins Diet: Announcing Boot Camp Grads I want to announce the first graduating class of the Atkins Diet Youtube Boot Camp. We started with 10 recruits, but due to "real life" and commitments, only 7 recruits were able to meet the demands of Boot Camp and graduate with flying colors. Here is the graduating class: Baaadlady - Rudacb - quotidianlight - lt3dave - shine305stud - HossJohnson360 - epeya2 - Remember the lessons of Boot Camp: * Eat your veggies * Eat enough during the day (add good oils and fats to meet your BMR) * Induction is not necessarily special and be sure to explore the richness of the Diet in OWL * Be active - find something you like doing (like hula hooping) * Watch your food limits * Plan for success If you ever have any questions, my pm box is always open to the graduates.
Boston Ballet School Graduates Movie shown at the Spring Showcase Reception to celebrate the students of Boston Ballet who are moving on to the next phase in their lives
LinkedIn '09 Grad Guide A video walk-through of the new resource for college graduates at: Launch your career with LinkedIn by getting your online identity established right. This is the first step to a successful professional career.
New Grad RN Job Hunt A New Grad RN searches internet postings for new grad positions and finds the results are misleading. Can you relate? ** Original link published from xtranormal: **
Blogging buzzword among fresh grads Blogging is now the buzzword among fresh graduates who are keen to make it a career. ''I started blogging just as a hobby when Google was giving free blogger accounts. But slowly as traffic started building up, I got more and more interested in my blog,'' said Amit Aggarwal, Blogger.
How New Grads Can Plan a Career in Travel Nursing Have you just graduated and are wondering what steps you need to take to prepare for a career in travel nursing? If that's you, then why not find out how you can get the experience you need to get started travel nursing.
Eluta.ca Search Tool for New Grads Demonstration of how to use eluta.ca's new search tool that matches academic credentials of new grads to employers who hire grads with these same credentials.
Lee Filter System and ND Grad Filters by Better Photos How to use the Lee filter system and neutral density graduated filters by Better Photos.
College Grads "Will Work For Free" Unable to find jobs in a diminished job market, many college grads are turning to internships on graduation.
Mackes Sees 6% Salary Boost For 2011 College Grads May 4 (Bloomberg) -- Marilyn Mackes, executive director of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, discusses the employment outlook for 2011 college graduates in the US The class of 2011 is enjoying the best job market for new graduates since the 2008 financial crisis, according to NACE. Mackes speaks with Margaret Brennan on Bloomberg Television's "InBusiness." (Source: Bloomberg)
Post Grad Official Movie Trailer Post Grad Movie Trailer It's an all too familiar situation these days, folks--college grads can't find jobs because they aren't there to find. But when Alexis Bledel runs into that exact situation in August 21st's Post Grad, how will she handle it? Ryden Malby, played by Alexis Bledel, finds her job options sorely limited by a bad economy, and thus finds herself moving back in with her parents to regroup and reconsider. But her family isn't exactly normal, and that's making a bad situation lots more complicated. Should this movie be promoted or are you giving it a pink-slipped? Give us your opinion in the comments section below. Thanks for watching! The Post Grad movie trailer is provided by Fox Searchlight.
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Carl Icahn Shares Advice With Grads Mr. Carl Icahn, one of the most influential investors in the nation, served as the graduation speaker at Drexel University's LeBow College of Business June 14, 2008, commencement ceremony, where he spoke candidly about his career, the economy, and corporate directors, and offered graduates advice. He was also awarded a Doctor of Business Administration honoris causa at the event.
ISB grads reject hefty pay packages While the salaries of fresh management graduates are defying gravity, the management institutes are having tough time dealing with envious mates. Indian School of Business in Hyderabad recently decided not to reveal the highest salary packet of class 2008. But then there are those among them who have willfully rejected the offers and are not complaining.
Job Prospects Looking Up For College Grads There's some positive news for soon-to-be college graduates: The National Association of Colleges and Employers says companies expect to hire 21-percent more college graduates than they did last year. KXLY4's Tania Dall reports.
SOA Grads involved in Zelaya coup Digging deep, you will find the School of Americas has graduates involved in the Honduran coup d'etat which ousted the Democratically elected President Manuel Zelaya. This revelation represents the pattern that has often times paved way for military control and repression away from nationalized left-leaning governments. Historians who have been following the US/Latin America relationship describe the chain of events as a Featured in this report - PJ Crawley; Deputy spokesman, US Department of State Hendrik Voss; Communications Director, SOA Watch
Kite Runner author tells grads to continue learning Novelist Khaled Hosseini wished Vanderbilt graduates prosperity in their post-college lives, but suggested they stay connected to suffering in the world by tithing 5 percent of their time or money to those less fortunate. Hosseini, author of the bestsellers The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns, spoke May 13 in Memorial Gymnasium to 2010 graduates, their friends and family members. I ask you to seek out people in your community in need to try not just to understand them, but to help them, Hosseini said. It is hard to make a connection with people who are suffering. It requires you to take on some of that pain for yourself. It makes you see a kinship with misfortune, and to see how it could happen to you, and how it would make you feel. Hosseini is the 2010 winner of Vanderbilts Nichols-Chancellor Medal, one of the universitys highest honors, which is given to individuals who define the 21st century and exemplify the best qualities of the human spirit. It was created and endowed by Vanderbilt Law School graduate Ed Nichols and his wife, Janice, in honor of Edward Carmack and Lucile Hamby Nichols. The medal comes with a cash award.
Historically Black Schools & White Grads (The Daily Buzz) The hosts of The Daily Buzz dive into the issues of historically black colleges and universities offering scholarships to white high school graduates. Its gets a little heated. www.dailybuzz.tv http
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Newegg TV: Gifts for Grads - ASUS G73 Gaming Notebook and VW266H 25.5" LCD Monitor Congrats to all the new and soon-to-be graduates out there! This week, Rich brings us another double-review featuring a couple products from ASUS. We chose these two items because they would make great graduation gifts -- a full-featured desktop replacement gaming notebook, and a versatile 25.5" LCD monitor that sports a full set of inputs for all the video sources you can throw at it. Review 1 - ASUS G Series G73JH-A2 Gaming NoteBook Newegg Item Page bit.ly Review 2 - ASUS VW266H 25.5" Widescreen LCD Monitor Newegg Item Page: bit.ly - Credits - Editing & Special Effects: Lam Writing, Technical Mumbo-Jumbo: Rich Camera, Lighting & Sound: Paul