Application program – Flwor Found http://flworfound.org/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 08:53:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://flworfound.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/flwor.png Application program – Flwor Found http://flworfound.org/ 32 32 Pacific Prime Opens Its “2022 Scholarship Program” for Asia-Pacific Students https://flworfound.org/pacific-prime-opens-its-2022-scholarship-program-for-asia-pacific-students/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://flworfound.org/pacific-prime-opens-its-2022-scholarship-program-for-asia-pacific-students/ SINGAPORE, June 22, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Global health insurance brokerage Pacific Prime is opening its “Scholarship Program 2022”, which is open to high school and undergraduate students of all ages and nationalities currently enrolled or accepted into a full-time or part-time program at an educational institute in the Asia-Pacific region. Returning for its latest edition, the essay-based […]]]>

SINGAPORE, June 22, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Global health insurance brokerage Pacific Prime is opening its “Scholarship Program 2022”, which is open to high school and undergraduate students of all ages and nationalities currently enrolled or accepted into a full-time or part-time program at an educational institute in the Asia-Pacific region. Returning for its latest edition, the essay-based scholarship program awards an outstanding student with a $1,000 scholarship to offset costs associated with education.

Applicants must submit an original essay between 600 and 1,000 words on the topic of ‘The importance of good mental health in academia‘ by 30 September 2022. The essay can be written in either UK or US English, and the winning paper will be published on the Pacific Prime website. Applicants should note that plagiarism will not be tolerated and will result in the rejection of the application. The scholarship recipient will be announced on November 1, 2022.

Neil Raymond, Founder and CEO of Pacific Prime, said: “The Pacific Prime Scholarship Program is a key pillar of our CSR initiatives because we believe education is a right, not a privilege. Our This year’s essay-based scholarship not only provides a deserving individual with student financial aid, but also encourages students to understand the importance of good mental health.As COVID-19 related school closures and the online learning over the past two years must have taken a toll on student well-being, prioritizing mental health will be the way forward for them.”

To learn more about the scholarship and how to apply, please visit:

For students in the Asia-Pacific region: https://www.pacificprime.com/resources/charity-scholarships/scholarship-2022/

For students in Singapore: https://www.pacificprime.sg/scholarship-2022

About Pacific Prime

Founded in 1999 in Hong Kong, Pacific Prime is an award-winning global health insurance broker and benefits specialist. The brokerage firm offers the best value insurance products and services to individuals and businesses, including international students and schools around the world.

To learn more about Pacific Prime, contact their expert advisors or visit: https://www.pacificprime.com/corporate.

See the source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220622005046/en/

contacts

Stephen Ho, Marketing Director – Pacific Prime and Kwiksure
+852 3589 0508

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North Central Washington Selected for Rural Tourism Support Program https://flworfound.org/north-central-washington-selected-for-rural-tourism-support-program/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 15:22:58 +0000 https://flworfound.org/north-central-washington-selected-for-rural-tourism-support-program/ Program developed to model sustainable tourism growth published information, file photo Four counties in North Central Washington will participate in Washington State Tourism’s (SWT) upcoming Rural Tourism Support Program (RTS). The North Central Washington Economic Development District (NCWEDD) will serve as a lead for tourism stakeholders in Chelan, Grant, Douglas and Okanogan counties. A panel […]]]>

Program developed to model sustainable tourism growth

published information, file photo

Four counties in North Central Washington will participate in Washington State Tourism’s (SWT) upcoming Rural Tourism Support Program (RTS). The North Central Washington Economic Development District (NCWEDD) will serve as a lead for tourism stakeholders in Chelan, Grant, Douglas and Okanogan counties. A panel of industry experts selected the area as the second destination for the RTS program after a competitive process with other regions in the state.

Launched in 2021, the RTS program is a key pillar of SWT’s destination development strategy and a vital resource for underserved communities. Program applicants must identify tourism as an economic development strategy and intend to work collaboratively with regional partners as a tourism destination.

The RTS program serves as a model for communities across the state striving to achieve more sustainable tourism growth. The program implements a community-based tourism approach to destination development and is facilitated by sustainable tourism expert Kristin Dahl, founder of Crosscurrent Collective. A committee of local stakeholders determines key actions, including a 10-year vision for the evolution of the destination and a better understanding of the local application of regional, national and global tourism trends, with the aim of improving quality of the place for visitors and residents.

Upon successful completion of the program after six to eight months, tourism stakeholders are encouraged to apply for financial assistance from SWT and other funding sources to support projects identified as priorities in a series of community workshops.

“Through Washington State Tourism’s Rural Tourism Support Program, North Central Washington can work toward common goals as a regional destination, including improving the visitor experience and managing impacts in high-use areas,” said Alyce Brown, executive director of NCWEDD. . “North-Central Washington has seen a dramatic increase in visitor numbers during the pandemic, which has signaled the need for destination management. If the RTS program can help local actors manage visitor flows and product development, the tourism industry can serve as a catalyst for economic empowerment, cultural understanding and environmental conservation in rural communities. .

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St. Luke’s offers free lunches to children through the summer meal program | Lehigh Valley Regional News https://flworfound.org/st-lukes-offers-free-lunches-to-children-through-the-summer-meal-program-lehigh-valley-regional-news/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 22:49:00 +0000 https://flworfound.org/st-lukes-offers-free-lunches-to-children-through-the-summer-meal-program-lehigh-valley-regional-news/ ALLENTOWN, Pa. — As families in the Lehigh Valley battle the rising cost of groceries, a program beginning Monday hopes to help. St. Luke’s University Hospital offers free lunches during the summer for children who depended on the meals they received every day at school. We spoke with Chantel Goodin, who attended the meal distribution […]]]>

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — As families in the Lehigh Valley battle the rising cost of groceries, a program beginning Monday hopes to help.

St. Luke’s University Hospital offers free lunches during the summer for children who depended on the meals they received every day at school.

We spoke with Chantel Goodin, who attended the meal distribution at the Sacred Heart of St. Luke’s campus in Allentown on Monday.

“It’s one more meal my kids get in their mouths. It helps a lot,” Goodin said.

Goodin receives food stamps, but that’s just over $300 a month for her, her partner and her two children.

“When I spend my food stamps, I feel like I’m getting less,” Goodin said. “I have to go to food banks to support my family.”

Goodin is right, everyone gets less for their money. The price of groceries has risen almost 12% year over year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

“With inflation, food prices skyrocketed, so we really wanted to make sure we were here, and service for families,” said community liaison Ellen Denizard.

Denizard said that with state funding, St. Luke’s can offer meals Monday through Friday at its Allentown location from noon to 2 p.m. and at its Quakertown location from 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. In addition to state reimbursement, the program also receives private donations, which help fund take-home items for families. This included salad shakers on Mondays and a bag of fresh produce on Thursdays.

“On Fridays we give them a bag full of food to have on the weekend,” Denizard said.

The program serves approximately 750 families per summer, but this number could increase. At the end of June, the federal government will begin requiring families to prove they meet the income requirements to get free lunch at schools.

“It’s actually very difficult. They determine how much you earn and whether a person works or not. They determine by age group, like my son. At first he was not eligible because he is not at school. He’s only four years old. He’s supposed to be early, but he’s still on the waiting list, he hasn’t made it yet,” Goodin said.

But this income requirement does not apply to St. Luke’s Meals Program.

“We’re not asking any questions, but we know that with this waiver over, we expect more families to come to us for a free meal,” Denizard said.

A free meal and relief for moms like Goodin.

“Your kids come first, no matter what,” Goodin said.

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The festival grant program is now open https://flworfound.org/the-festival-grant-program-is-now-open/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 05:32:13 +0000 https://flworfound.org/the-festival-grant-program-is-now-open/ Here for you: Grants are now available from the Strawberry Fields Music Festival in Tocumwal to support community organizations and programs. Pictured is the April 2022 event. Photo by Contribution Applications are now open for the Strawberry Fields Local Community Grants Program, which funds projects in the Tocumwal community. Funds from the grant pool come […]]]>

Here for you: Grants are now available from the Strawberry Fields Music Festival in Tocumwal to support community organizations and programs. Pictured is the April 2022 event. Photo by Contribution

Applications are now open for the Strawberry Fields Local Community Grants Program, which funds projects in the Tocumwal community.

Funds from the grant pool come from a portion of every Strawberry Fields festival ticket sold with the goal of supporting small non-profit and community groups.

Organizers currently have $35,000 to award to a slew of projects, sourced from March and April proceeds from the Strawberry Fields Festival.

Grants are awarded based on the number of Berrigan Shire residents who will benefit, the level of community support and the overall quality of the application.

Since the program’s inception in 2016, it has donated more than $100,000 to community causes, including Tocumwal Public School, Biralee Preschool, Berrigan Football Club and Cancer Patients’ Assistance Society (Can Assist).

In 2018 and 2019, the event donated over $35,000 in grants to local causes.

Strawberry Fields festival director Tara Medina said she wanted to bring the program back to Berrigan Shire after a two-year hiatus.

“We are so excited to bring the grant program back to Berrigan Shire and to really share the benefits of the festival with as many locals as possible,” she said.

“These grants are intended to provide a much-needed boost to small, grassroots community organizations in particular, which often fall through the cracks when it comes to government funding and do not necessarily have the resources to coordinate regular fundraising.”

Festival organizers invite projects and groups in need of additional financial support to apply on the Strawberry Fields Local Community Grants webpage.

Applications close at midnight July 31 and all successful applicants will be contacted by the end of August.

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Lending Program: County Partners with Businesses, Nonprofits and Government Entities | New https://flworfound.org/lending-program-county-partners-with-businesses-nonprofits-and-government-entities-new/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 13:15:00 +0000 https://flworfound.org/lending-program-county-partners-with-businesses-nonprofits-and-government-entities-new/ The Columbia County Department of Public Works operates a loan program that allows local businesses, non-profit organizations, and government entities to borrow a variety of Department of Public Works-owned equipment, supplies, or materials. to the county. Borrowing of material by individuals or for personal use is not permitted. Links to the Loan Agreement Form and […]]]>

The Columbia County Department of Public Works operates a loan program that allows local businesses, non-profit organizations, and government entities to borrow a variety of Department of Public Works-owned equipment, supplies, or materials. to the county.

Borrowing of material by individuals or for personal use is not permitted.






Links to the Loan Agreement Form and Policy can be found on the Columbia County website in the Loan Agreement section of the Public Works Permits and Applications page at, https://www.columbiacountyor.gov/departments/PublicWorks/permits




Organizations must receive prior approval before borrowing any item from the Columbia County Department of Public Works. The first steps in completing the Columbia County Public Works Loan Agreement are to review the Loan Agreement Policy and submit a completed Loan Agreement Form.

Then, submit a completed Loan Agreement Application to the Columbia County Department of Public Works by the date the items are needed, allowing ample time for review and approval by Public Works staff. .

Items that can be reserved include:

  • Variable Message Reader Card(s)
  • Roll-Up Flag Panels & Stands
  • Orange cone(s)
  • Light Tower(s)/Generator(s)
  • Barricade(s)
  • Stop/slow paddle sign(s)
  • Safety vest(s)
  • Warning plate(s)
  • Incident Response Trailer(s)

Links to the Loan Agreement Form and Policy can be found on the Columbia County website in the Loan Agreement section of the Public Works Permits and Applications page at, https://www.columbiacountyor.gov/departments/PublicWorks/permits

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Launch of a new Antioch program to encourage local purchases https://flworfound.org/launch-of-a-new-antioch-program-to-encourage-local-purchases/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 21:00:02 +0000 https://flworfound.org/launch-of-a-new-antioch-program-to-encourage-local-purchases/ ANTIOCH Bludot and the City of Antioch have partnered to launch Open Rewards, a citywide rewards program to incentivize consumers to shop local in Antioch. A consumer application can be downloaded online from the Apple Store at bayareane.ws/antiochrewardsapple or from Google Play on bayareane.ws/antiochrewardsgoogle. In the program, when consumers shop at participating Antioch small businesses, […]]]>

ANTIOCH

Bludot and the City of Antioch have partnered to launch Open Rewards, a citywide rewards program to incentivize consumers to shop local in Antioch. A consumer application can be downloaded online from the Apple Store at bayareane.ws/antiochrewardsapple or from Google Play on bayareane.ws/antiochrewardsgoogle.

In the program, when consumers shop at participating Antioch small businesses, they earn 5% credit rewards. They can then spend their accrued rewards at any participating Antioch businesses listed by the app. Over 45 companies are now participating. New businesses wishing to participate can find details of doing so online at bludot.io/rewards-businesses.

— city of Antioch

DANVILLE

More than 100 groups expected to participate in the July 4 parade

The Town of Danville and the San Ramon Valley Kiwanis Club are preparing for the return of the 4th of July Kiwanis Parade to downtown Danville. The parade is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. at the north end of Hartz Avenue near San Ramon Valley High School. To improve logistics management, the parade route was changed to end at Town and Country Drive.

More than 100 groups are expected to participate in the parade, which takes around 2-3 hours to walk the entire route. For more information on the parade and route, visit the Kiwanis of the San Ramon Valley webpage at srvkiwanis.org/parade or contact Lianna Adauto at 925-314-3309 or ladauto@danville.ca.gov.

— town of Danville

WALNUT STREAM

The free summer festival Made in the Shade will take place on June 26

The Shadelands Business and Lifestyle Center in Walnut Creek is hosting the community-wide Made in the Shade Summer Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 26 at the Shadelands SportsMall, 2640 Shadelands Drive in Walnut Creek.

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J&K ROC Office Legal Internship Program https://flworfound.org/jk-roc-office-legal-internship-program/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 06:58:03 +0000 https://flworfound.org/jk-roc-office-legal-internship-program/ J&K ROC Office Legal Internship Program The Union Department of Corporate Affairs has granted competent authority approval to extend the Legal Internship Program for new law graduates and undergraduate law students for one year. posted on June 18, 2022 | Author Agencies The Union Department of Corporate Affairs has granted competent authority approval […]]]>


J&K ROC Office Legal Internship Program

The Union Department of Corporate Affairs has granted competent authority approval to extend the Legal Internship Program for new law graduates and undergraduate law students for one year.

posted on June 18, 2022 | Author Agencies



The Union Department of Corporate Affairs has granted competent authority approval to extend the Legal Internship Program for new law graduates and undergraduate law students for one year.

A letter was sent by Haamid Bukhari, AROC and Official Liquidator (attached to the High Court of J&K) dated June 14, 2022 to all J&K UT Law Schools and Universities requesting them to nominate 4-5 students in fee for said program. Bukhari in the letter mentioned the terms and conditions of said internship.

Students are advised to apply only through the departmental route and no application will be accepted unless submitted through the appropriate channel.

Bukhari said this is the first program of its kind in which J&K law students would also be exposed to working with Indian government offices at both Jammu and Srinagar locations and learn the new aspects such as corporate law and related compliances. The development of corporate culture at J&K is very important and should serve as a first step in the right direction.

It is learned that in the past two years, only Kashmir University Faculty of Law has nominated students for the said program and two successful batches have peaked their legal internship program in the years 2020 and 2021 respectively.

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Taylor Creates Innovative Recycling Program for Signs and Graphics https://flworfound.org/taylor-creates-innovative-recycling-program-for-signs-and-graphics/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 15:14:00 +0000 https://flworfound.org/taylor-creates-innovative-recycling-program-for-signs-and-graphics/ NORTH MANKATO, Minnesota–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Taylor Company unveiled a new recycling strategy for the signs and graphics it creates for its clients. Taylor has partnered with raw material suppliers to introduce Preserving Earth x Taylor, a unique sustainability program that keeps unwanted signs and graphic materials from ending up in landfills and diverting them to a variety […]]]>

NORTH MANKATO, Minnesota–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Taylor Company unveiled a new recycling strategy for the signs and graphics it creates for its clients.

Taylor has partnered with raw material suppliers to introduce Preserving Earth x Taylor, a unique sustainability program that keeps unwanted signs and graphic materials from ending up in landfills and diverting them to a variety of creative recycling applications . Preserving Earth x Taylor allows customers to reuse packaging from recent signage orders to return old, obsolete signage to Taylor. These materials are then passed on to recyclers who specialize in the types of plastics and fabrics used in many forms of retail signs and graphics.

“Recycling programs are everywhere for post-consumer waste, but it’s always been very difficult for our customers to recycle things like signs and graphics,” says Alex Hill, the architect of this innovative program for Taylor. “As a leader in the retail signage industry, we felt we had a responsibility to do something about this. Preserving Earth x Taylor enables our clients to minimize their environmental footprint while maximizing their brand presence.

The Preserving Earth x Taylor program was created for agencies, retailers, architectural firms and trade show exhibitors who rely on Taylor signage products to build brand awareness and increase sales. Often made of rigid plastics and synthetic fabrics with limited reuse potential, these materials can now be recycled and turned into something else.

“The potential applications are quite exciting,” adds Sean Cushing, managing director of Taylor. “For example, many of the rigid plastics you see in trade show booths and retail displays can be made into flooring planks for decks and patios. We feel we are only scratching the surface of what is possible and are excited to lead the way. We want this program to become a movement within our industry.

About Taylor

Taylor is among the top five graphic communications companies in North America. Based in North Mankato, Minnesota, we are a team of more than 8,000 customer-focused experts with operations spanning 32 states and eight countries. We use deep industry knowledge to enhance your customers’ brand experience, improve business efficiency and improve bottom line profitability.

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Dr. Trina Gregory joins the 2022 cohort of the AASCU Emerging Leaders Program – Elizabeth City State University https://flworfound.org/dr-trina-gregory-joins-the-2022-cohort-of-the-aascu-emerging-leaders-program-elizabeth-city-state-university/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 23:51:20 +0000 https://flworfound.org/dr-trina-gregory-joins-the-2022-cohort-of-the-aascu-emerging-leaders-program-elizabeth-city-state-university/ Dr. Trina L. Gregory, ECSU Distance Education Student Support Services Coordinator and State Permissions Compliance Officer, will participate in the American Association of State’s Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Colleges and Universities (AASCU) in 2022. ELP helps prepare the next generation of higher education administrators to be effective leaders, considering every decision they make through the […]]]>

Dr. Trina L. Gregory, ECSU Distance Education Student Support Services Coordinator and State Permissions Compliance Officer, will participate in the American Association of State’s Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) Colleges and Universities (AASCU) in 2022.

ELP helps prepare the next generation of higher education administrators to be effective leaders, considering every decision they make through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The overall goal of the AASCU ELP is to promote equitable student success at each participant’s higher education institution.

“AASCU has a heritage of producing strong leaders to lead the nation’s institutions of higher education,” said Chancellor Karrie G. Dixon. “Other campus administrators – including myself – have completed programs through AASCU that focus on diversifying and growing the skilled leadership pipeline in our higher education system, which, in turn , leads to access and opportunity for our students.”

“I am thrilled about this wonderful opportunity with the AASCU ELP which will enhance my leadership skills,” says Dr. Trina Gregory. “I want to personally thank Chancellor Dixon for asking me to participate in the program and to be my mentor. As Chairman of the Staff Senate, it is important that ECSU staff have opportunities like this- ci, and I work to ensure that the professional development of all staff becomes a priority in our institution.

Dr. Gregory will participate in sessions that will include theoretical knowledge, practical applications and case study discussions. The 2022 cohort will practice leadership, project and change management, and team building skills to acquire the essential skills needed to lead institutional change. Additionally, each ELP participant will lead an on-campus project or initiative to demonstrate and strengthen their leadership skills while benefiting from the mentorship of a current campus leader.

AASCU’s 2022 PEL program will cover a number of areas, including Title IX, Finance and Administration, Enrollment Management, Student Affairs, and Staff and Faculty Management. Visit the AASCU Emerging Leaders Program to learn more.



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Appointed Agricultural Technology Program Coordinator | News, Sports, Jobs https://flworfound.org/appointed-agricultural-technology-program-coordinator-news-sports-jobs/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 07:02:21 +0000 https://flworfound.org/appointed-agricultural-technology-program-coordinator-news-sports-jobs/ ESCANABA — Tyler Sisson has been appointed program coordinator for the Forest Technology and Farming Operations programs at Bay College Escanaba as part of the Michigan State University Institute of Agricultural Technology (MSU IAT) partnership. Through the MSU IAT partnership, students can attend Bay College and earn an applied associate degree […]]]>


ESCANABA — Tyler Sisson has been appointed program coordinator for the Forest Technology and Farming Operations programs at Bay College Escanaba as part of the Michigan State University Institute of Agricultural Technology (MSU IAT) partnership. Through the MSU IAT partnership, students can attend Bay College and earn an applied associate degree in forestry technology or agricultural operations while earning a certificate from Michigan State University (MSU). These courses and credits can also be transferred to a bachelor’s degree at MSU.

The MSU IAT collaboration provides education and training to Escanaba and surrounding areas through face-to-face, online, hybrid and field instruction. Bay College is located 15 minutes from the MSU Forest Biomass Innovation Center and 45 minutes from the Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center, both of which provide students with rich experiences to learn outside of the classroom. class and network with leading professionals, according to Sisson.

“This partnership provides a platform for students to take a hands-on approach through various in-state and out-of-state internships, which in turn can help students land exciting jobs in forestry or agriculture”, Sison said. “Students generally want to know about potential salaries, lifestyle and where they can work. Competitive placement is a primary life goal for students who complete these programs. The Forest Technology program offers opportunities to become a Forest Technician, Supply Forester, Consultant Forester, Forest Firefighter, Geographic Information System Assistant, or Survey Assistant. Additionally, the Farm Operations program offers opportunities in equipment retail, farm operations, farm production management, production services, and crop processing facilities.

Sisson brings a real-world skill set and a student-centered approach to program management to MSU IAT. He is a military veteran with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Regent University. As part of the Michigan College Access Network initiative, Sisson has been working in higher education with Bay College since December 2020. Her primary roles as a college success coach and holistic counselor have helped students overcome barriers and earn degrees in the liberal arts and related health pathways.

To learn more about MSU IAT programs, email Tyler Sisson. Interested students should apply to Bay College and MSU IAT by August 15 for the MSU IAT fall semester.



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