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Monday, 4 March 2013

Picnic Party

Picnic Party

A picnic is a pleasure excursion at which a meal is eaten outdoors (al fresco or en plein air), ideally taking place in a beautiful landscape such as a park, beside a lake or with an interesting view and possibly at a public event such as before an open air theatre performance, and usually in summer. Descriptions of picnics show that the idea of a meal that was jointly contributed and was enjoyed out-of-doors were essential to a picnic from the early 19th century.
Picnics are often family-oriented but can also be an intimate occasion between two people or a large get-together such as company picnics and church picnics. It is also sometimes combined with a cookout, usually a form of barbecue; either grilling (griddling, gridironing, or charbroiling), braising (by combining a charbroil or gridiron grill with a broth-filled pot), baking, or a combination of all of the above.
On romantic and family picnics a picnic basket and a blanket (to sit or recline on) are usually brought along. Outdoor games or some other form of entertainment are common at large picnics.
Some picnics are a potluck, an entertainment at which each person contributed some dish to a common table for all to share. When the picnic is not also a cookout, the food eaten is rarely hot, instead taking the form of deli sandwiches, finger food, fresh fruit, salad, cold meats and accompanied by chilled wine or champagne or soft drinks.

Picnic Party

Picnic Party

Picnic Party

Picnic Party

Picnic Party

Picnic Party

Picnic Party

Picnic Party

 

Picnic Party

 

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

 At the colleges of DCCCD, you get the same course, same learning objectives and the same quality of instruction at a better price!  How can the colleges offer the same course and charge so much less?
“Community” is key to the answer about cost at the colleges. As community colleges, the colleges of DCCCD are college for the people, funded by the people. A portion of local property taxes collected annually by Dallas County supports the colleges. Those tax dollars, in addition to funding from the state of Texas and tuition charges, make it possible for the colleges to provide high-quality course offerings at one of the lowest tuition rates in the state. Because state and private universities don’t have a local tax base for additional support, they must charge higher tuition ratesAs a Dallas County resident, the colleges of DCCCD are your community colleges. Take advantage of an affordable college education at one of the best community college systems in the country.

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

Community Colleges In Dallas

Continued Education

Continued Education

What does "Continuing Eduaction" mean?
If I tell you that some ways of having continuing education are: going to conferences, part-time graduate courses, full time graduate courses, refresher courses, or having distance courses, would you guess what Continuing Education is useful to?
Each of these types of Continuing Education activities has its advantages and disadvantages,  and they also have particular characteristics.
This time I chose going to a Conference about a Full time graduate course, that has the particular advantage of giving you the opportunity of studying almost any level and major/speciality you want, and what is better, it gives you the chance of having a government support for paying your rent, food and/or school fees.
The conference was at the Social an Political Sciences' Faculty, at CU in Mexico's City on August 29th, 2012.
At the conference titled "Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre Francia y Québec" [All you need to know about France and Québec], the conferencists remarked how important is to know languages if you want to study in other country, specially if you want to study and international program, but much more specifically, for schools in France and Québec, to know French (an English)

Continued Education

Continued Education

Continued Education

Continued Education

Continued Education

Continued Education

Continued Education

Continued Education

Continued Education

Continued Education

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Dr. Jill Wakefield is a visionary leader who is recognized for developing strategic partnerships and innovative solutions and for the depth of her experience in higher education.She became Chancellor of the Seattle Community Colleges in January 2009 after serving five years as president at South Seattle Community College, where she directed the development of leading-edgeprograms and an architecturally vibrant campus.
While she was President, the college was the first in the state to offer an applied bachelor’s degree (in Hospitality Management), and as Chancellor, she has championed several more.She led a district-wide initiative promoting green and sustainable curriculum and programs, and stimulated numerous grants and initiatives supporting student success and retention, such as The Gates Foundation’s Pathway To Completion and the city’s Pathways to Careers grants.She also created a new leadership team, hiring new college presidents to replace interim and retiring presidents at the district’s three colleges.
Prior to her service as a college president, Wakefield held a variety of positions during a 30-year career at South, gaining extensive knowledge of community college administration, the region, and the state’s higher education system.
Wakefield is a community college graduate who earned her associate’s degree from Centralia College, bachelor’s degree in education from Central Washington University, master’s degree in public administration/public policy from the University of Washington, and doctorate in educational leadership from Seattle University.
She has taught as a part-time faculty member at Washington State University, Seattle University and Centralia College and serves as a Regional Accreditor for the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities. Her research, presentations and publications have focused on business and college partnerships that lead to more effective training and fund development.
Regionally, Wakefield serves on the boards of Workforce Development Council, Economic Development Council of Seattle and King County (EDC), Pioneer Human Services, Council for Adult & Experiential Learning (CAEL), and Higher Education Research and Development Institute (HERDI); she is a member of the RC-2020 association of selected urban community colleges or districts in North America, Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Australia and Saudi Arabia. She serves on the city of Seattle Economic Development Commission and is a member of Seattle Rotary, Education Results Project Sponsors Group, the Seattle Chamber of Commerce Steering Committee, and Seattle City Council Families & Education Levy Planning Committee.
Her service in higher education includes membership on the boards of Seattle University, League for Innovation in the Community College, National Council for Resource Development, and Council for the Advancement of Secondary Education.She serves on the national Advisory Committee of Presidents for the Association of Community College Trustees; is president-elect of the Washington state Community and Technical Colleges Presidents Association; and she is a member of the National Council on Black American Affairs.
Seattle Magazine named Wakefield to its list of Most Influential People of 2012.She has been honored as a Woman of Influence by the Puget Sound Business Journal and Communicator of the Year by the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations. She was selected for the Institute for Executive Management at Harvard University and the Executive Leadership Institute sponsored by the League for Innovation in the Community College. Centralia College named Wakefield its 2007 Alumna of the Year.

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Seattle Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Dr. Lawrence Galizio is the seventh president in Clatsop Community College's 50 plus-year history.
Before coming to CCC, Dr. Galizio served as the Director for Strategic Planning for the Chancellor's Office of the Oregon University System.  Prior to his position in the Chancellor's Office, Galizio directed the Portland Community College speech and debate program and served as a full-time faculty member for 16 years. Under Galizio's leadership, the PCC program earned four community college national championships in parliamentary debate.
Since becoming president at CCC in 2010, Dr. Galizio has been appointed by Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber to the North Coast Advisory Committee for Regional Solutions.  In addition, Dr. Galizio was selected to serve on the American Association of Community College's Commission on Academic, Student and Community Development.  At the State level, President Galizio was chosen by his peers to serve as Finance Director for the Oregon Community College Association and to serve on that organization's Executive Committee.  Dr. Galizio is also Chair of the Hospital Facilities Authority for Columbia Memorial Hospital in Astoria and a member of the Warrenton Sunrise Rotary Club.

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Community Colleges

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Ellen Alberding is president and a board member of the Joyce Foundation, which has assets of $800 million and makes grants of $40 million a year for projects to improve the quality of life in the Great Lakes region. Foundation priorities include improving educational outcomes for low-income children; employment and workforce issues; and a particular environmental focus on energy efficiency and water quality.
In June 2011, Ms. Alberding was appointed Vice Chair of the City Colleges of Chicago, and she joined the board of Skills for America’s Future, which works to improve community college training programs through business partnerships. Ms. Alberding is also a founder and board member of Advance Illinois, which advocates for public education reform in Illinois. She is a board member of Independent Sector, where she has worked to establish improved accountability and governance standards for nonprofits. She is a board member of the Economic Club of Chicago as well as a trustee of the National Park Foundation.
She has served as president and chairman of the investment committee for the Chicago Park District pension fund (1993-2001); trustee of Aon Funds (2000-2003); trustee of the American University of Paris (2007-2008); treasurer of Grantmakers in the Arts (a national organization of arts funders); member of the Public Trust Task Force for the Donors Forum of Chicago; and member of the Cultural Advisory Board for the City of Chicago. She is a member of the Commercial Club, the Chicago Network, and serves on the advisory boards of several nonprofit organizations. Ms. Alberding holds an honors degree in English from Brown University and an MBA from Northwestern University.
- See more at: http://www.joycefdn.org/about/our-board-and-staff/ellen-alberding-biography/#sthash.QZoJ97zd.dpuf
Ellen Alberding is president and a board member of the Joyce Foundation, which has assets of $800 million and makes grants of $40 million a year for projects to improve the quality of life in the Great Lakes region. Foundation priorities include improving educational outcomes for low-income children; employment and workforce issues; and a particular environmental focus on energy efficiency and water quality.
In June 2011, Ms. Alberding was appointed Vice Chair of the City Colleges of Chicago, and she joined the board of Skills for America’s Future, which works to improve community college training programs through business partnerships. Ms. Alberding is also a founder and board member of Advance Illinois, which advocates for public education reform in Illinois. She is a board member of Independent Sector, where she has worked to establish improved accountability and governance standards for nonprofits. She is a board member of the Economic Club of Chicago as well as a trustee of the National Park Foundation.
She has served as president and chairman of the investment committee for the Chicago Park District pension fund (1993-2001); trustee of Aon Funds (2000-2003); trustee of the American University of Paris (2007-2008); treasurer of Grantmakers in the Arts (a national organization of arts funders); member of the Public Trust Task Force for the Donors Forum of Chicago; and member of the Cultural Advisory Board for the City of Chicago. She is a member of the Commercial Club, the Chicago Network, and serves on the advisory boards of several nonprofit organizations. Ms. Alberding holds an honors degree in English from Brown University and an MBA from Northwestern University.
- See more at: http://www.joycefdn.org/about/our-board-and-staff/ellen-alberding-biography/#sthash.QZoJ97zd.dpuf
 Ellen Alberding is president and a board member of the Joyce Foundation, which has assets of $800 million and makes grants of $40 million a year for projects to improve the quality of life in the Great Lakes region. Foundation priorities include improving educational outcomes for low-income children; employment and workforce issues; and a particular environmental focus on energy efficiency and water quality.
In June 2011, Ms. Alberding was appointed Vice Chair of the City Colleges of Chicago, and she joined the board of Skills for America’s Future, which works to improve community college training programs through business partnerships. Ms. Alberding is also a founder and board member of Advance Illinois, which advocates for public education reform in Illinois. She is a board member of Independent Sector, where she has worked to establish improved accountability and governance standards for nonprofits. She is a board member of the Economic Club of Chicago as well as a trustee of the National Park Foundation.
She has served as president and chairman of the investment committee for the Chicago Park District pension fund (1993-2001); trustee of Aon Funds (2000-2003); trustee of the American University of Paris (2007-2008); treasurer of Grantmakers in the Arts (a national organization of arts funders); member of the Public Trust Task Force for the Donors Forum of Chicago; and member of the Cultural Advisory Board for the City of Chicago. She is a member of the Commercial Club, the Chicago Network, and serves on the advisory boards of several nonprofit organizations. Ms. Alberding holds an honors degree in English from Brown University and an MBA from Northwestern University.
Ellen Alberding is president and a board member of the Joyce Foundation, which has assets of $800 million and makes grants of $40 million a year for projects to improve the quality of life in the Great Lakes region. Foundation priorities include improving educational outcomes for low-income children; employment and workforce issues; and a particular environmental focus on energy efficiency and water quality.
In June 2011, Ms. Alberding was appointed Vice Chair of the City Colleges of Chicago, and she joined the board of Skills for America’s Future, which works to improve community college training programs through business partnerships. Ms. Alberding is also a founder and board member of Advance Illinois, which advocates for public education reform in Illinois. She is a board member of Independent Sector, where she has worked to establish improved accountability and governance standards for nonprofits. She is a board member of the Economic Club of Chicago as well as a trustee of the National Park Foundation.
She has served as president and chairman of the investment committee for the Chicago Park District pension fund (1993-2001); trustee of Aon Funds (2000-2003); trustee of the American University of Paris (2007-2008); treasurer of Grantmakers in the Arts (a national organization of arts funders); member of the Public Trust Task Force for the Donors Forum of Chicago; and member of the Cultural Advisory Board for the City of Chicago. She is a member of the Commercial Club, the Chicago Network, and serves on the advisory boards of several nonprofit organizations. Ms. Alberding holds an honors degree in English from Brown University and an MBA from Northwestern University.
- See more at: http://www.joycefdn.org/about/our-board-and-staff/ellen-alberding-biography/#sthash.QZoJ97zd.dpuf
Ellen Alberding is president and a board member of the Joyce Foundation, which has assets of $800 million and makes grants of $40 million a year for projects to improve the quality of life in the Great Lakes region. Foundation priorities include improving educational outcomes for low-income children; employment and workforce issues; and a particular environmental focus on energy efficiency and water quality.
In June 2011, Ms. Alberding was appointed Vice Chair of the City Colleges of Chicago, and she joined the board of Skills for America’s Future, which works to improve community college training programs through business partnerships. Ms. Alberding is also a founder and board member of Advance Illinois, which advocates for public education reform in Illinois. She is a board member of Independent Sector, where she has worked to establish improved accountability and governance standards for nonprofits. She is a board member of the Economic Club of Chicago as well as a trustee of the National Park Foundation.
She has served as president and chairman of the investment committee for the Chicago Park District pension fund (1993-2001); trustee of Aon Funds (2000-2003); trustee of the American University of Paris (2007-2008); treasurer of Grantmakers in the Arts (a national organization of arts funders); member of the Public Trust Task Force for the Donors Forum of Chicago; and member of the Cultural Advisory Board for the City of Chicago. She is a member of the Commercial Club, the Chicago Network, and serves on the advisory boards of several nonprofit organizations. Ms. Alberding holds an honors degree in English from Brown University and an MBA from Northwestern University.
- See more at: http://www.joycefdn.org/about/our-board-and-staff/ellen-alberding-biography/#sthash.QZoJ97zd.dpuf

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Chicago Community College

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education

Learning doesn’t stop when you receive your diploma. That’s why NC State offers a range of continuing education courses and other opportunities for lifelong learning. The McKimmon Center for Extension and Continuing Education includes a Continuing Education and Professional Training Center that offers seminars, short courses, conferences, certificate programs and distance education opportunities for personal or career enrichment. Its Computer Training Unit has been providing computer and networking training and certification for almost 20 years.
Another McKimmon Center unit, NC State’s Encore! Center for Lifelong Enrichment, provide noncredit short courses, study trips, special events and extracurricular activities designed especially for adults aged 50 or over. Encore! also offers social events and study trips, and hosts active book, movie, and writers groups.
NC State’s Non-Degree Studies Program provides classes for students who currently do not wish to pursue a degree, while NC State’s Extension Programs offer numerous continuing education courses and seminars that are open to the public.

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education

Adult Continuing Education