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81. Announcement Of Position Vacancies
of Duties Teachcomputer science and Qualifications Bachelor's degree accounting required...... hours, and 10 hours professional development activities.
Announcement of Position Vacancies
Below you can find a listing of all position vacancies at the college itself. We also have several postions available throughout the community using the CFCC Job Placement and Co-op Center's Patriot Placements Faculty Positions Administrative Positions Career Service/Professional Positions ... Foundation Positions
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR POOL: Central Florida Community College is seeking qualified candidates for the following Adjunct/Part-Time Faculty positions. This is an open continuous applicant pool positions are filled as needed. (Masters degree with 18 graduate credits in the field required, except where noted) OPEN - CONTINUOUS: Ocala Campus Positions:
  • College Preparatory English (BA or higher in English or related field) College Preparatory Mathematics (BA or higher in Mathematics or related field) College Preparatory Reading (BA or higher in Communications or related field) Computer Applications English as a Second Language English Composition skills I (Writing) English Composition skills II (Literature) Lighting Design for Theater Mathematics Nursing (ADN) (Requires BSN and at least 2 yrs Clinical experience) Nutrition Oracle (Information Tech.) Certified Trainer

Server Applications Development; accounting Information Systems research and professionalactivities in Finance Faculty will teach various courses offered in
DHAHRAN, SAUDI ARABIA Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Positions: 1) - COLLEGE OF SCIENCES: Chemistry (Ref: 520/COS) Candidates with Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry with emphasis on Polymer Chemistry or Catalysis. Positions for all professorial ranks. Mathematical Sciences (Ref: 540/COS) Faculty positions at the levels of Lecturer, Assistant Professor and above - in the areas of: Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Numerical Analysis, Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes and Statistics Physics (Ref: 550/COS) Candidates with Ph.D. in Medical Physics or in a closely related field. Individuals graduated from an AAPM accredited medical physics program will be preferred. Computer Engineering (Ref: 382/COE) Faculty positions for all Professorial ranks including Lecturer. The department also invites applicants for visiting positions. Areas of interest include Computer Networks (Internetworking, High Speed Networks, Wireless Networks, Mobile Computing, Multimedia, Network Security), Digital System Design, Microprocessors, Data Communications, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Performance Evaluation of Computer Systems, and Real-Time Systems. Faculty positions for the ranks of Lecturer, Assistant and Full Professor. The department also invites applicants for visiting positions. Areas of interest include Software Engineering, Networking, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Database Systems, Operating Systems, Programming Languages, Information Science.

83. Browse Opportunities
teach remediation and GED Prep skills to approximately 15 DE Food If you have accountingskills and would like to 8. activities assistance Wilmington, DE 19809.
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Abington, PA 19001 - Sponsored by Abington Memorial Hospital Volunteer opportunities may include: Accounting, advocacy, assist with arts/crafts, board member, bookkeeping, clerical support, typist, counseling, data entry, friendly visiting, hospice support/respite, marketing, fundraising, mentor, provide music/entertainment, answer telephones, assist with special events, senior support, patient escort, work in the more Academic Coaching
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84. Accounting Honorary Society The Accounting Honorary Society Promotes Scholastic
and provides mentoring for beginning accounting students to learn, practice, and teachAmerican Sign their experiences through involvement in campus activities.
Accounting Honor Society
promote scholastic achievement, ethical behavior, and provides mentoring for beginning accounting students. Advisor: Patricia Parker, NH, 416, 287-5171 e-mail
African American Woman's Support Group "Sister Friends"
to promote morality and character on campus by teaching Christian values to every student that shows an interest. This will be accomplished through group bible discussion, personal bible studies, and various approved service projects. Advisor: Chandra Bell , UN 048, 287-5414 e-mail
Campus Outreach
to promote morality and character on campus by teaching Christian values to every student that shows an interest. This will be accomplished through group bible discussion, personal bible studies, and various approved service projects. Advisor: Jonathan R. Baker, DH, 416, 287-3833 e-mail
Columbus State Architecture Association (CASA)
provides the opportunity to bring students together outside of classes, with each other and with industry professionals, for the furtherance of student education and opportunities in the field of architecture and its related disciplines Advisor: Thomas G. Robbins, AB 205, 287-5434

85. RYERSON Human Resources Academic Career Opportunities
faculty to develop their scholarly activities in terms review and development of anaccounting curriculum relevant demonstrate an ability to teach, and possess

86. ROP: Course Descriptions
semester course is designed to teach basic medical in a variety of specific activitiesincluding market selling products and services, accounting, paying wages
Automotive Occupations
Bank Teller Training Careers With Children Computer Technology/Repair ... Restaurant Occupations
Santa Barbara HS BEGINNING AUTO BODY This two-semester course is designed to equip students with entry-level skills to enable them to obtain jobs as helpers in auto body and paint shops to: 1) do such jobs as remove, replace and repair the various parts of an automobile body such as doors, hoods, grills, and bumpers; prepare automobiles for priming, spot painting and complete paint jobs, 2) develop a knowledge of materials, tools and equipment used in auto body repair, 3) develop an appreciation of good, clean, safe, skillful and accurate working methods, 4) develop common trade practices, and 5) develop the responsibilities of an alert, safe worker. ADVANCED AUTO BODY This two-semester advanced course is designed to prepare students with current entry level job skills, for advanced job placement in specialized positions. Upon completion of the entry level training in Auto Body Repair, an advanced student will be prepared to obtain jobs requiring skills in:
1. Creating the surface angles and curves to a desired specification

87. Financial Management Trainings
session will also address the accounting of fundraising providers by reflecting fundraisingactivities in the the session, Mr. Berman will teach you Nonprofit

88. SEC Speech: Remarks At The Glasser LegalWorks SEC Disclosure, Accounting & Enfor
the Glasser LegalWorks SEC Disclosure, accounting Enforcement need to use our professionalactivities to expose the professional sense, to teach our children
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Speech by SEC Staff:
David M. Becker
General Counsel
San Francisco, California
May 2, 2002
The SEC, as a matter of policy, disclaims responsibility for any private publication or statement by any of its employees. The views expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Commission or the staff of the Commission. Thanks very much. The question of the moment is whether you could possibly bear hearing someone else pontificate about the lessons of Enron. To put it another way, could I possibly have anything new to say on the subject? The answer to both questions is "probably not," but, foolishly perhaps, I'm going to volunteer us all for the job and see what happens. What I'd like to do is look at things from a slightly different angle, not to deny the validity of anything we've heard so far, but just to see if there is any value to what perhaps may be a somewhat contrarian view about what we've been hearing for so many months now. Given the task I've set for myself, it will come as no surprise that the views I'm expressing here are mine alone and not necessarily those of the Commission, any Commissioner, or anyone else at the Securities and Exchange Commission. I have three basic points:
  • Blame, like charity, begins at home.
    CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK PROGRAM AREA: Business FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION EFFECTIVE DATE: July, 1995 PROGRAM TITLE: Accounting Operations CODE NUMBER: Secondary Postsecondary Florida CIP SECONDARY POSTSECONDARY ADULT SCHOOL CREDITS COLLEGE CREDITS VOCATIONAL CREDITS x x Postsecondary Adult Vocational _ Postsecondary Vocational x Other CERTIFICATION COVERAGE: BUS ED @4 1 @2; TEACH CBE @7; VOE @7; BOOKKEEPIN @4 @7 G; ACCTG @7 G I. MAJOR CONCEPTS/CONTENT : The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment as bookkeeping/billing machine operators, timekeeping clerks or bookkeeping and accounting and auditing clerks (55338322) or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in these occupations. The program prepares individuals to compute, classify, and record numerical data to keep financial records and ledgers, prepare monthly statements, verify accuracy of data, operate bookkeeping machines, and pay and receive money. II.

    90. UMUC-Verizon Virtual Resource Site -- Module 1: Examples Of Authentic Inquiry
    of that profession; to succeed in a contemporary business environment, accountingstudents must range of online readings and sources and to teach students to

    Teaching/Learning Activities
    Conceptual Learning Problem Solving Object and Document Analysis ... Collaborative Learning Authentic Inquiry Authentic Inquiry This page includes examples of Web-enabled authentic inquiry from Accounting Group Project: Not-for-Profit and Government Organizations Kevin Michel and Frank Fronhoffer, Accounting 410 (Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations and Governments), University of Maryland University College This assignment asks study groups to use the Web and other resources to gather information about particular issues relating to not-for-profit organizations and then discuss findings and present a position paper outlining the conclusions reached in the online class conference. The assignment also pays particular attention to evaluating Web-based sources of information. Position papers are required to paraphrase and discuss rather than quote verbatim the concepts, ideas, and arguments found on the Web; only in appropriate contexts may direct quotes be used. The assignment, part of a course delivered entirely online, suggests ways to mine the Web for relevant documentation and typical practices and to use collaborative learning as a means of inducing accounting students to adopt practitioner stances in evaluating their profession. As the assignment makes clear, actuarial skills are only one part of that profession; to succeed in a contemporary business environment, accounting students must also learn to think critically, work in teams, and make group decisions.

    91. Online Courses: School Of Sports & Leisure Activities
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  • Running Basics So you want to be a runner! Running can improve your health, mood, appearance, and self-esteem. In this class, you will learn about proper running technique, choosing gear, racing, and more. Instructions are given to help the absolute beginner get started. Running safety is discussed. 'Run longer and faster' guides the advanced beginner or intermediate runner to improvement. Nutrition considerations and injury prevention are also covered. You can ask the instructor questions about your own running program through email. Get started in this great sport! Much of this information is also useful to fitness walkers. Instructor Joann Bally is a certified personal trainer, and has been a slow, but happy runner for 25 years.
  • 92. Benefits
    University Interscholastic League
    Benefits of Extracurricular Activities
    Case Studies Supporting the Position that Extracurricular Activities Play a Positive Role in Public Schools
    The following information is taken from various case studies and is provided by the UIL to anyone interested in extracurricular activities and the benefits derived from them. Activities Support the Academic Mission of Schools
    • They are not a diversion but rather an extension of a good educational program.
    • Students who participate in activity programs tend to have higher grade-point averages, better attendance records, lower dropout rates and fewer discipline problems than students generally.
    Activities are Inherently Educational. Activity programs provide valuable lessons for practical situations - teamwork, sportsmanship, winning and losing, and hard work. Through participation in activity programs, students learn self-discipline, build self-confidence and develop skills to handle competitive situations. These are qualities the public expects schools to produce in students so that they become responsible adults and productive citizens. Activities Foster Success in Later Life.

    93. UT Undergrad Cat 1996-98. The University
    Contents of This Chapter
    "The University" is published as several files. Use the following links to go to any part of the chapter. Statement on Equal Educational Opportunity
    The University of Texas at Austin

    The Mission of the University

    The University of Texas System
    Graduation under a Particular Catalog
    Statement on Equal Educational Opportunity
    To the extent provided by applicable law, no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under, any program or activity sponsored or conducted by The University of Texas System or any of its component institutions on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability.
    The University of Texas at Austin
    The University of Texas was established by the state legislature in 1881; by popular vote, the Main University was located at Austin and the Medical Branch at Galveston. The Austin campus was opened in September, 1883, with a faculty of 8 and a student body of 218; about three-quarters of the students were registered in the Academic Department and the remainder in the Law Department. In the intervening eleven decades, the central campus has grown from 40 to more than 360 acres, while the student body has increased to about 38,000 undergraduates and 12,000 graduate students. In 1967, with the creation of The University of Texas System, the name of the Main University was changed to the University of Texas at Austin. University students represent both the diverse population of the state and the full range of contemporary scholarship: an undergraduate may choose courses from more than 160 fields of study while pursuing any of more than 100 majors. Undergraduate study is supported by extensive mainframe and microcomputer facilities and by one of the largest academic libraries in the nation. Students also benefit from the broad range of scholarly and technical research conducted by the faculty and the research staff.

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