Published on July, 2012


July 31st, 2012; By Gale Blaylock

Apprenticeship is an agreement between a person who wants to learn a skill, (an apprentice),  and an employer who needs a skilled worker.  Apprenticeship is a proven industry-based training system […]

10 Ways to Gear Up for School

July 31st, 2012; By Jamie Hadland

So, summer vacation is almost over, and you long to spend the last few weeks hanging with friends, soaking up the sun, holding hands with your sweetheart and thinking as […]

Sports and Volunteer Hours

July 31st, 2012; By Giulio Rocco

Finishing Your Community Hours in the Summer with Sports. When youʼre loving the summer, the last thing you want to think about is school especially completing those mandatory volunteer hours […]

Rotary Clubs Sponsor Exchange Students

July 31st, 2012; By Laurel Walsh

Very few clubs can claim to span the entire planet Earth, with members from Iceland to Antarctica. Few non-governmental organizations can hold a seat in the United Nations, too. So which club does? Which […]

Teachers Are People Too

July 30th, 2012; By Giulio Rocco

Contrary to popular belief teachers can be useful outside of the classroom by assisting you with everything from career advice, to acting as a source of reference for the next […]

Taking Time to Make Time

July 30th, 2012; By Teri-Lynn Friesen

School will be back in session in a few short weeks and will bring with it homework, exams, sports, and fun with friends. For many of you, summer vacation will […]

A Career to Consider: Ghostwriting

July 30th, 2012; By Erika Ferris-Baker

Not everyone is given a natural knack for putting words together. Often practice is enough to foster and fine tune writing skills, but not everyone has the time or the […]