We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
How to tuck in a shirt
(so that it stays tucked) November 8, 2012 There’s a simple trick for tucking in a shirt that not many men know about. This technique not only keeps the shirt tucked in, but also helps remove excess fabric, making the shirt appear more tailored “The Military Tuck” has many variations, used by servicemen to give their standard-fit uniforms a clean, fitted finish. Purists who read this will have an obvious question at the back of their mind – “Why not just have the…
Top 10 most toxic zip codes for homeowners
The third annual Environmental Hazards Housing Risk Index from ATTOM Data Solutions, a fused property database, finds about 25% of single-family homes and condos in areas analyzed are located in high-risk zip codes. Read more at HOUSINGWIRE
Here's why barns are painted red
Here is a historic reason behind why barns are mostly always painted red.
20 Md. tax preparers suspended by state
"A high volume of questionable returns" led Maryland to suspend processing electronic tax returns from 20 paid tax preparers.
Supplier Spotlight: T-Shirts Can Really Be This Amazing
Fifteen years ago, in Downtown Los Angeles, Joe Simsoly opened a business called Next Level Apparel. That
How Community Colleges Can Spur Economic Development
A school in Dayton, Ohio, is training high-skilled workers to build drones, one of the city's budding industries.
How Change Has Changed: The Community College as an IT Enterprise
Many in higher education fail to understand how change has changed. A focus on information technology as it has shaped and continues to shape the stru
What cuts loom at your community college or regional university?
Southern Connecticut State University is proposing to permanently close the recently renovated six-lane pool at Pelz Gymnasium – just one of many cuts students would notice as the state’s public universities and community colleges work on a budget proposal to close another year of glaring deficits Norwalk Community College is cutting its library budget by 30 percent, which means students will have fewer hours to use…
What employers want: Greenfield Community College found out
Good verbal skills, ethical judgment and the ability to work with others in teams were all tops.
Lawyers will offer free legal advice at Metro Community College; other charitable events planned
Fundraisers, benefits and other charitable efforts in the Midlands
Pilot Examines How To Set Up Identity Federations in K-12 and Community Colleges
A joint project has uncovered how K-12 organizations as well as community colleges can tap into identity federations to take advantage of shared online services.
How to improve transfer outcomes for community college students
A new guide advises two- and four-year institutions to coordinate programs, offer tailored advising and make transferring a priority.
10 Tips For A Community College Transfer To University
You just graduated from community college and while you may be excited with anticipation of the real world ahead of you away from your parents, you may also be unsure of what to expect and
Community college president to receive a top business award
A longtime college administrator who worked to bring affordable tuition to thousands of area students will be recognized later this month by the Chester County Economic Development Council.
Merging CT's community colleges is controversial. Here's why.
In pursuit of cost savings, a merger of all the state's community colleges is being proposed. But some are skeptical those savings can be achieved without impacting students' education. The Mirror explores the controversy and the experiences of other states that have tried college mergers.
How To Have Fun In Community College Following An Unexpected Strategy
Going into community college, you're probably looking to have a good time. Who doesn't, right? Unfortunately, some students make themselves miserable over going to community college. They liked high school and the idea of change
Viewpoint: Why every student should consider community college
“Community college, at least in some communities, has a stigma of being a less than stellar education experience.”
Why Want to Teach at Community Colleges
“They serve as the primary pathway into postsecondary education for society’s most underserved, particularly students of color."
Front Range Community College Blog
So, you'd like to apply for scholarships, but the idea of getting started overwhelms you. What's the best approach that will give you a better chance of