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21. 11.435 - Southeast Area Monitoring And Assessment Program
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22. College Education Information - University Degree Programs
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Jennifer Hawley of Surfside Beach, south carolina, always wanted to One class wasaccounting and financial management. job is to fund county programs that make
» Learner Profile Jennifer Hawley, Master's Student in Nonprofit Management
Jennifer Elaine Hawley, 26
Job: Program coordinator
Company: Horry County First Steps, Loris, South Carolina
First Job: Sportswriter for local newspaper
Key to Success: "Find passion and enjoyment in everything you do. You will be loyal and committed to yourself and the individuals and organization in which you are serving, and you will carry yourself with a special zeal that will attract and inspire others."
• BS in nutrition, Pennsylvania State University, College of Health and Human Development, 1994-1998
• MS in management of nonprofit agencies student, Capella University, School of Human Services, June 2001-present (expected graduation December 2002)
PLAY Pastimes: Golfing, kickboxing, spending time with family, preparing for a January wedding and building a house in Myrtle Beach Favorite Web Site: Dave Matthews Band newsletter Last Book Read: Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson, MD Favorite Drink: Margarita on the rocks, no salt Best Getaway: Any golf course Mastering Nonprofit Management by Heidi LaFleche Monster Contributing Writer Let the MBAs tackle the corporate world.

24. 2003 World Conference On Club Management Education Programs
Up to Par?, Deborah Fowler, Ph.D. (University of south carolina). financial Toolsfor Managing Your Club, Raymond S GoalSetting and Time management, Bryan Dodge
Monday, February 3, 2003 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Board Dynamics II, Richard Kopplin (Kopplin Search, Inc.) Club Web Sites: Straight from the Horse's Mouth, Bill Boothe (RSM McGladrey, Inc.) Creating a Uniform System of Financial Reporting for Clubs, Panel Moderator: Raymond S. Schmidgall, CPA, Ph.D. (Michigan State University) Is Your Pro Shop Performing Up to Par?, Deborah Fowler, Ph.D. (University of South Carolina) ... Objective and Measurable Performance Reviews in English and Spanish, Arturo Castro (Spanish Systems, Inc.) Tuesday, February 4, 2003 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Kids and Clubs - The "Kids-Only" Clubhouse, Gregg Patterson and Andrea Curthoys (The Beach Club) Financial Tools for Managing Your Club, Raymond S. Schmidgall, CPA, Ph.D. (Michigan State University) How to Build a Better You, Bryan Dodge (Dodge Development, Inc.) Making Culture Pay - Solving the Puzzle of Organizational Effectiveness, Jerry Haney (Visionomics, Inc.) Wednesday, February 5, 2003

25. DHHS Regional Office Web Sites - Family And Youth Services Bureau
the programmatic and financial management of ACF Kentucky,Mississippi, North carolina, south carolina, Tennessee
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Administration for Children and Families
Regional Office Web Sites
The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) Regional Offices oversee the administration of programs, including the Family and Youth Services Bureau's Runaway and Homeless Youth (RHY) Program. The Regional Offices administer the programmatic and financial management of ACF programs in the region and provide guidance to grantees and other entities responsible for administering these programs, such as State and local governments. The Regional Office Web Sites are accessible through the ACF Office of Regional Operations' Regional Contacts page. Or, you may wish to visit the following ACF Regional Office youth-related Web pages: Region I (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont)

26. Walker And Company, LLP
directs to improve their financial management practices. Examples of programs PreviouslyAssisted, Louisiana south carolina Commission on National and Community

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NJ, NY, PA, PR, RI, SC, TN, VA, VT, WV Walker and Company, LLP 4200 Wisconsin Ave, NW, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20016 telephone: 877-363-9300 (toll free) fax: contact persons: Corland E. Forrester, CPA Ronald P. Walker, CPA Kristina Tecce e-mail: website: North Central and South Cluster: AL, DC, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KY, MI, MN, MS, NC, NE, OH, SC, SD, ND, TN, VA, WI, WV Coleman and Williams, LTD 316 N. Milwaukee St, Suite 350 Milwaukee, WI 53202 telephone: fax: contact person: William B. Coleman, CPA e-mail: Pacific and Southwest Clusters: AK, AR, Amer Samoa, AZ, CA, CO, Guam, HI, ID, KS, LA, MO, MT, NM, NV, OK, OR, Tribes, TX, UT

27. IREX - Building Civil Society > Completed Programs > Institutional Partnerships
offer courses in financial management strategies, and south carolina UniversitiesResearch Education Foundation (SCUREF and promote management training for
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Institutional Partnerships Project
List of Partnerships
Agriculture Partnership Projects
Project Partners Project Purpose To establish a continuing education center and produce a core of trained leaders in business, financial services, and agribusiness.
  • (College Station, TX)
    Russian Federation Ministry of Agriculture and Provisions (Moscow)
    Six regional agribusiness academies (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Krasnodar, Kazan, Irkutsk, Barnaul)
To enhance the management decision-making skills of professionals in the agribusiness sector through curriculum development, training seminars, and internships.
To establish a prototype training center where market-oriented skills and knowledge can be transferred to managers in the grain marketing and processing complex in the Russian Federation and to promote the development of the Russian Grain Union.
  • Volunteers in Overseas Cooperative Assistance (Washington, DC)

28. Welcome To Daniel Management Center
School of Business, University of south carolina, is a particular growth in largescalemanagement and leadership Sch of Bank Investments and financial Mgmt.
The Daniel Management Center (DMC) at the Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, is a comprehensive organization dedicated to helping its clients improve the practice of management and leadership. As one of the first management centers in the Southeast, the DMC has served nearly 250,000 managers from a wide range of organizations over the past thirty years. Our portfolio of products and services is always changing to meet the growing needs of our customers. We have expanded our focused seminars to address the most pressing business and leadership issues. Our custom programs have more than tripled over the past several years with particular growth in large-scale management and leadership programs. The Center's international business activities have expanded dramatically with both U.S.- and non-U.S.-based companies. We are pioneering distance education programming for front-line managers and have also engaged in several collaborative research/consulting services with clients. All of this demonstrates how our business is growing as we evolve from an organization that simply supplies training to an organization that engages in substantive human resource development partnerships with client organizations. Click here to see 2003 Calendar of courses
UPCOMING EVENTS Communication Strategies for Improving Performance Grad Sch of Bank Investments and Financial Mgmt Faculty Development in Intl Business CALENDAR

29. South Carolina Financial Counseling Resources
financial counseling resources are available to help you locate, access, and make the most out of your business finances. south carolina State Office. The SBDC work with hundreds of business owners on a variety of issues including general business management,
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The SBDC work with hundreds of business owners on a variety of issues including general business management, marketing, legal issues, tax, accounting, bookkeeping, financing, environmental, manufacturing and much more.

30. USCB: Opportunity Scholars Program
connections, and selfpaced learning programs. sessions on career advancement andfinancial management. Program University of south carolina Beaufort 801
Programs and Services
The Opportunity Scholars Program (OSP) provides academic support through services that help first-generation college students excel at USCB. Any student enrolled at USCB may apply to participate in the Opportunity Scholars Program. OSP offers its participants a wide range of services and programs, free of charge.
Academic Advising
Every OSP student receives academic advisement on an individual basis. Students' schedules, progress, and grades are closely monitored each semester.
Career Guidance
Every OSP student is provided with assistance in assessing career plans and setting realistic career goals. Career inventories are used to help identify student's career choices.
Computer/Internet Access and Support
OSP offers the latest in computer technology by providing students with access to 15 computers with Microsoft Office 2000, e-mail and internet connections, and self-paced learning programs. A scanner, digital camera, graphing calculators, and printers are also available to OSP students.
Financial Aid/Scholarship Assistance
OSP offers counseling in a variety of topics related to financial aid and scholarships. OSP staff also assist students in completing financial aid paperwork, informs students of relevant scholarship opportunities, and posts important university deadlines.

31. South Carolina Historical Records Priorities, Goals, And Objectives
Increase in Archives / Records management Week events and attendance; Increase PRIORITYB Increase financial Support for south carolina’s historical
SC SHRAB Strategic Plan, 2000-2005 The following are the key elements of the SC SHRAB’s strategic plan to advance the state’s historical records programs and preserve South Carolina’s documentary heritage. It is much more than a plan for the Board, but is rather one for South Carolina. As such, it requires cooperation and collaboration from all the state’s historical organizations and institutions and from the widest range of the state’s citizens and leaders. The Board identified six equally important priorities and developed related goals, set objectives, and established indicators for measuring performance. It will review progress regularly and will disseminate the results widely through its annual and other reports. A full, illustrated, version of the state plan, Into the 21 st Century: A Plan for South Carolina’s Historical Records, 2000-2005 , contains detailed background on the planning process and findings and needs.
  • Public Awareness Financial Support Archival Education and Program Development Preservation and Public Access ... Productive and Visible SC SHRAB
  • PRIORITY A: Educate the Public on the Importance and Significance of Historical Records.
    Goal: Increase public awareness, support, and understanding of archives and records management

    32. South Carolina State Library Organization And Departments
    activities, including the south carolina Library Network Planning, Networking, andGrants management. of budgeting, financial management, personnel, procurement
    SC State Library Organization and Departments The South Carolina State Library is an independent state agency governed by a board of seven members appointed by the Governor, with one member from each Congressional District and one from the state at large. Members serve five-year terms and may be reappointed. The Director, James B. Johnson, Jr ., ( appointed by and accountable to the Board of the South Carolina State Library, is responsible for the operation of the agency. Six departments coordinate and perform the necessary work that enables the library to carry out its mission and goals. A brief description of each follows: Information Services
    Contact: Anne M. Schneider ,, Director of Information Services. Talking Book Services
    Contact: Christopher B. Yates ,, Director of Talking Book Services. Library Development Services Margie E. Herron ) administers and provides guidance on special library development projects, such as new public library construction, and serves as liaison to statewide Friends of Libraries groups and public library trustee boards.
    Contact: Dr. Curtis R. Rogers

    33. McKissick Museum Strategic Plan
    D. financial management. 8 Diversify funding to create a more stable base of financialsupport 1999 by the Board of Trustees of the University of south carolina
    McKissick Museum
    Bull and Pendleton streets
    Columbia, South Carolina 29208
    Voice: (803) 777-7251 / Fax: (803) 777-2829 University of South Carolina
    College of Liberal Arts
    Strategic Plan
    The evolution of McKissick Museum over the past twenty years into one of the largest university museums in the southeast is reflected in its commitment to establish and achieve strong long-term goals. In particular, the Museum's dual emphasis on programs dedicated to southern vernacular culture and graduate level education has given it a distinctive role among the many regional museums. Although McKissick was only established in its current building in 1976, the collections and some programs date back to the early 19th century and the beginnings of the South Carolina College. With this rich history and contemporary strengths it is understandable that the emphasis of the strategic activities for the coming year are in making the institutional resources, including staff expertise, holdings, and programs, better known. Through the many months of planning activities during the two previous years the staff established five areas of administrative and programmatic jurisdiction in which to ground the five-year goals and objectives. The goals and specific activities will be evaluated and reformulated during the 1999-2000 fiscal year.
    A. Institutional Philosophy

    34. Moore School Of Business - Leader In International MBA, Graduate And Undergradua
    A comprehensive business school noted for a focus in International business and offering Bachelors, Category Science Social Sciences United States south carolina...... in accounting, human resources, management, and economics financial Times ranked MooreSchool Number 45 of the 19952001, University of south carolina Board of
    We're a pioneer and leader in international business education at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
    Moore School of Business offers an innovative International MBA (IMBA) combining an international academic core with the real-world experience of an internship. Our reputation for international business and dynamic graduate programs in accounting, human resources, management, and economics attract students and faculty from around the world, bringing us recognition as a powerhouse of talent in teaching and research.
    View a video clip of why the Moore School is the best choice for your business education . . . by Carl Flesher of BMW, alumni Dave Russel '98, Eva Lind '98, students Jean Ngo '03, Ben Green '03, Ernest Hui '03 and prospective student Andrew Sicora.

    Good news . . .
    Financial Times ranked us Number 38 of the world's top 100 business schools with MBA programs on January 21, 2002. We're consistently among the very top schools. More
    Updated master's program builds on international strengths. We're taking MIBS to the next generation to better equip students in today's global job market. More
    again ranked our graduate international business program Number 2 in the nation for its April special issue of "America's Best Graduate Schools". We also rank Number 1 in the undergraduate international business specialty and among the top 50 business schools in their September, 2003 survey of "America's Best Colleges".

    35. Management
    degree from the University of south carolina and a in Seville, Spain, and brandmanagement at the Kenneth W. Marter Chief financial Officer and Treasurer.

    John E. Natili

    Lynn S. Abrams

    Susan M. Kenney

    Kenneth W. Marter

    John E. Natili
    President and Chief Executive Officer Jack Natili, president and chief executive officer, is directly responsible for leading Seibels Bruce's management team in their efforts to build a successful company, capitalizing on over 130 years of heritage and a strong commitment to the independent agency system. Jack is a seasoned insurance professional with extensive knowledge of the markets in which Seibels Bruce operates, which enables him to develop the strategic direction and organization of the Company. He has proven success in organizational management. Jack comes to Seibels Bruce from Unisun Insurance Company in Charleston, South Carolina, where he served as president and chief executive officer. Prior to that, he was executive vice president and chief operating officer after having served since 1991 in various executive-level claim positions for the company.
    Jack received a Bachelor of Arts from Slippery Rock State University in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania. He holds CCLA (Casualty Claim Law Associate) and AIC (Associate of Claims) certifications. Jack served the South Carolina Reinsurance Facility board of governors and operating committee. He was also secretary of the advisory board of South Carolina Associated Auto Insurers Plan.

    36. Executive Education - Profiles
    University of south carolina Darla Moore School of Center Managers, Type of course,General management. how the marketing, production, financial, and strategic
    University of South Carolina
    Darla Moore School of Business
    1999 Executive Education Profile Address: Darla Moore School of Business Columbia, SC 29208 E-Mail: Website:
    Primary Programs New Open-Enrollment Programs ... Back to Top Statistics
    ITEM % change Number of executive nondegree programs
    (excluding multiple sessions of the same program) Number of executives attending above programs
    (not including EMBA or part-time degree programs) Percent of attending executives
    who live within 45 miles of the school Percent of attending executives
    who live or work overseas Total participant days
    (total participants x total length of programs) Percent of professors with at least 5 years full-time corporate experience N/A N/A Total revenues generated by "nondegree" executive education programs (including open enrollment and custom programs) Total budget for nondegree executive education Percent of overall executive education revenue that comes from custom programs to a single company Percent of total revenues coming from custom programs to a specific group of companies or a consortium N/A Number of custom programs run Total revenues generated from custom programs Percent of participants from organizations with whom school has done business for three or more years N/A N/A Statistics Primary Programs New Open-Enrollment Programs Overseas Programs ... Back to Top Primary Programs Full course title

    37. USCS - University Of South Carolina Spartanburg | Academics
    day program, Information management and Systems D., English, University of SouthCarolina; acrosland@gw Registration, Grades, Tuition, financial Aid Information
    Offers traditional degrees in subjects like Mathematics and English as well as degrees in new fields like Graphic Design and Information Management and Systems. For details, see the units below. Division of Fine Arts, Language, and Literature
    Communication (Journalism), Communication (Speech), Communication (Theater), English, French, Graphic Design, Spanish; Courses offered in German, studio art, and art history; Music concentration in Interdisciplinary Studies available in collaboration with Converse College Division of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Computer Science, Computer Science (Applied Mathematics), Computer Information Systems, Mathematics Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Biology, Chemistry, Pre-Chiropractic, Pre-Dental, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medical, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Speech Pathology, Pre-Veterinary Medicine Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences
    Criminal Justice

    38. University Of South Carolina Spartanburg
    of south carolina Spartanburg south carolina's Metropolitan University. Design HistoryInformation management and Systems Tuition and Fees financial Aid Housing.
    University of South Carolina Spartanburg
    South Carolina's Metropolitan University ACADEMICS
    Bachelor’s Degrees Biology
    Business Administration and Economics (concentrations in accounting, economics/finance, general business administration, management and marketing)
    Communication (concentrations in journalism, speech and theater)
    Computer Science (concentrations in computer information systems and applied mathematics)
    Criminal Justice
    Early Childhood Education
    Elementary Education
    English French Graphic Design History Information Management and Systems Interdisciplinary Studies Mathematics Middle Grade Education Nursing Physical Education (concentration in corporate fitness) Political Science Psychology Secondary Education (concentrations in biology, chemistry, English, mathematics, French, social studies/history, social studies/political science and Spanish) Sociology Special Education: Learning Disabilities Spanish Associate's Degree Technical Nursing Master’s Degrees Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Special Education: Visual Impairment Certification Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Physical Education Secondary Education Special Education Pre-professional Programs

    39. Forest Health Protection, Southern Region, What We Do
    Virginia, North and south carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee sharing program providesfinancial and technical assistance for State forest pest management programs.
    [ Return to FHP Southern Region
    Forest Health Protection, Southern Region
    What Is Forest Health Protection?
    Who We Are
    Forest Health Protection (FHP) traces its roots to the early 1960's. Plagued by serious insect and disease outbreaks, such as southern pine beetle, chestnut blight, gypsy moth and fusiform rust, the Forest Service saw the need for a specialized unit designed to work exclusively on pest problems related to forest resource productivity and management. The unit provides technical assistance in the prevention, detection, evaluation, and suppression of forest insect and disease pest problems. In addition, expertise is available in the areas of seed orchard pest management, nursery disease problems, pesticide use, protection of wood in use, and remote sensing for monitoring insect populations and/or damage. FHP is comparable to other specialized Forest Service units, such as engineering, recreation, and wildlife. The most significant difference is that we provide forest health assistance not only to managers of National Forests, but to managers of all forested lands.

    40. Carolina Living - Financial Matters
    Advertising and marketing ~ Bookkeeping and electronic financial management In Northcarolina, the SBTDC Free assistance to start a south carolina or North
    Business in the Carolinas Wanted: 400,000 Skilled People A Year NC Tax Summary SC Tax Summary ...
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    Have some fun. Get some expert feedback. Post your Carolina Business questions, comments and experiences on the "Carolinas Message Board."
    Carolina Business ~ Why It Works
    ecently Forbes and announced the Forbes/Milken list of Best Places for Business and Careers for 2002. They rank 200 metropolitan areas based on the latest government data for employment and wage growth over one- and five-year periods. New to this year’s ranking process was a job momentum category that tracks employment during the first quarter of 2002 to gauge how the metro areas are handling the effects of 9/11 and the economy. Eleven Carolina towns made the list, a remarkable achievement until one stops to consider all the reasons business works in the Carolinas. Even now, in these times of economic fluctuation and uncertainty, this remains a great place to start a business, expand a business, or make a career shift.

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