Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Internships Return By Angie Ostaszewski, Program Manager, Ameren Illinois

One mission of the Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Program is to bring new and diverse candidates into the energy efficiency industry. We want the energy workforce of the future to be as diverse as the communities we serve. One of the ways we do this is through our internship program. In 2018, Ameren Illinois launched … Continue reading Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Internships Return By Angie Ostaszewski, Program Manager, Ameren Illinois

Confession and Progression – Can’t Give Up By D. Rena’ Chaney

It is easier to build strong children than repair broken men – Frederick Douglass Terry Burnside is a changed man who is on a mission to do God’s will. His story as a youth is very similar to the challenges youth face today. He states that, “The actions and decisions teenagers made back in the … Continue reading Confession and Progression – Can’t Give Up By D. Rena’ Chaney

Was Racism the Catalyst that killed Billie Holiday? “Carter at Large” By Lorraine B. Carter

Billie Holiday, an American jazz musician and singer-songwriter with a career spanning nearly thirty years was the greatest jazz and jazz blues singer the world has ever known. She was born, Eleanora Fagan, April 7, 1915. She changed her name to her father’s last name of Holiday and her first name to Billie from actress … Continue reading Was Racism the Catalyst that killed Billie Holiday? “Carter at Large” By Lorraine B. Carter

Monitoring And Switching Antiretroviral Treatment For HIV

Once you start taking HIV treatment, it’s important that you take it every day. Your healthcare professional will explain how many pills to take, how often to take them, and whether you should take them with food. HIV treatment can only work if you always take it properly. If you have problems taking it, or … Continue reading Monitoring And Switching Antiretroviral Treatment For HIV

The Benefits of a Patient Advocate in a Hospital Setting By Katherine Young

Have you or a loved one ever had to go to the hospital? When you got there, did you feel like you were being treated unfairly or that your questions were not being answered with fidelity? While hospitals are not responsible to inform you, know that you have a right to request a patient advocate … Continue reading The Benefits of a Patient Advocate in a Hospital Setting By Katherine Young

Don’t Let the Good Weather Fool You By Meicka “J”

We have all been spoiled recently with the weather being beautiful and the temperature reaching near 70 degrees, but it is still winter. Recently, I have seen an abundance of flip flops and tank tops, but it is still winter. Please do not catch pneumonia while compromising your wardrobe for the current weather conditions. I … Continue reading Don’t Let the Good Weather Fool You By Meicka “J”