Finding a Job is a Full Time Job By Cheryll Boswell

As the job market and employment rate continues to improve, finding a job is still a full-time job. Employers are looking to find the most skilled workers to fill positions in their company. After you’ve completed applications, written successful resumes and cover letters that have landed you an interview, the grind of getting a job … Continue reading Finding a Job is a Full Time Job By Cheryll Boswell

Grandparents…A National Treasure By Mae Catherine Godhigh

I thought I’d write about Thanksgiving or the history of Black Friday. My mind landed on a subject matter that trumps both; Grandparent’s Day! During the month of November, communities will be celebrating Grandparents. In the country of Japan, it is one of the most revered holidays. In America, we place a high premium on … Continue reading Grandparents…A National Treasure By Mae Catherine Godhigh

Heighten Cultural Awareness: Use the Holiday and Tradition as a Teaching Tool By Latasha Schraeder

A succulent, stuffed turkey, jellied cranberries, candied yams and all the trimmings are what we’ve come to expect on the fourth Thursday of each November. During the holidays each family continues their traditions and perhaps establishes new ones, too. Amidst the festivities, take the time to discuss the origin of each tradition with your children. … Continue reading Heighten Cultural Awareness: Use the Holiday and Tradition as a Teaching Tool By Latasha Schraeder