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  • Nov 02, 2017
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    Mary Tulumovich Hello team, I am part of a program that gives back to teachers and other heroes when buying or selling a home. I partnered with lenders, home inspectors, title companies and we all give part of our commissions back towards closing cost or as a credit for down payment. If you know anyone who could benefit from this program please contact me. I am very excited about this and cant wait to help my next client.
  • Aug 10, 2017
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    Lynda Bast Hey teacher friends! What are you doing this summer? From Educator to Entrepreneur! ✏️ Kindergarten teacher 🙈 Immense amount of debt ❌ Zero interest in R+F 😩 Working 3 jobs to just make ends meet Sydney Boyle said no multiple times, but what drew her in was the fact that after a couple years of teaching she was still making the same amount of money, still working those extra two jobs, still living paycheck to paycheck. She was ready for a change and decided she would at least give R+F a try. She had to borrow the money for her business kit, but in 9 months was able to match her monthly teaching salary! A few years later she has completely retired from her kindergarten classroom, but is still able to use her passion of teaching💗 Take a quick listen and then let's talk. #whatareyoudoingthissummer #summerCEO
  • Jun 08, 2017
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    LaRhonda Johnson Horton Greetings NAPW, I am new to the association and looking forward to connecting with wonderful professional women. I am an experienced higher education professional who has worked in various capacities at community colleges and senior insitutions throughout the Southeast. Originally from North Carolina, I currently reside in Southwest Virginia and work at Virginia Tech #GoHokies. My ultimate goal is to reunion to the university state in North Carolina, preferably Raleigh - Durham or Greenville areas. Outside of my 8-5 I serve as a consultant, grant writer, trainer, and peer reviewer. I would love to connect with others.
  • May 04, 2017
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    Lynda Bast Hi everyone! I've been given a gift that I want to share with you! If you are needing something more in your life and career, please listen to this recorded phone message to learn about how a Teacher took a leap of faith and partnered with this huge opportunity! This is authentic and can seriously give you more out of life. I invite you to listen & just think about it...Do you want to spend more time with your family, take more vacations, be more available for things YOU want to do? This is a game changer! Teachers are surpassing their incomes in less than a year just by doing a this side business!! I'd love to help get you there!!
  • Jan 21, 2017
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    Michelle Monk Everyone must live somewhere! I am a Real Estate. Some lenders have special mortgage rates for teachers. If you are anybody you know is looking for a home to buy let me know. Rents keep getting higher every year, mortgage with a fixed rate don't. Stop wasting money in rent and own your dream home before the end of the year
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    Anti-Hunger Program Associate
    Position Available D.C. Hunger Solutions seeks a highly motivated and skilled individual to join its staff as an Anti-Hunger Program Associate.  Through advocacy, research, client outreach, coalition-building, technical assistance, public education and program monitoring, the Anti-Hunger Program Associate will be responsible for working to increase participation in the SNAP/Food Stamp Program in the District of Columbia.  The Associate also will work on nutrition issues related to hunger among older residents.  As part of the D.C. Hunger Solutions team, the Associate also will work to advance the overall goals of D.C. Hunger Solutions, to support the efforts of partner coalitions, and to address broader food security issues in Washington, D.C.   The ideal candidate must be committed to addressing hunger and poverty in Washington, D.C. This full-time position reports to the Director of D.C. Hunger Solutions. Organizational Background The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) is the leading national nonprofit organization working to improve and implement effective public policies and public-private partnerships to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United States. FRAC engages in research, policy analysis and advocacy, coalition-building, technical assistance and training, and an array of communications strategies. Founded in 2002, D.C. Hunger Solutions is a separately staffed and budgeted initiative of FRAC, seeking to end hunger in the nation’s capital.  By leveraging substantial available federal dollars and improving D.C.’s operations of federal and local nutrition programs, D.C. Hunger Solutions work has helped to feed tens of thousands of District residents struggling with hunger and has increased access to healthy, affordable food. D.C. Hunger Solutions also leads or plays a key supporting role in the efforts of the various anti-hunger and anti-poverty coalitions throughout the city (e.g., the D.C. Fair Budget Coalition, D.C. Farmers’ Market Collaborative, the Language Access Coalition, the Senior Advisory Coalition, and the Mayor’s Commission on Healthy Youth and Schools).  For more information on D.C. Hunger Solutions, visit: www.dchunger.org. Responsibilities ·         Promote participation in and improvements to the SNAP/Food Stamp Program as a key defense against hunger and an important nutrition and income support strategy. ·         Have ongoing responsibility for the development and implementation of strategies to increase participation in the SNAP/Food Stamp Program in the District. This will include site visits, outreach, presentations, training, research, technical assistance, public education, policy advocacy, assistance to partner groups, work in coalitions, media and social media outreach, and the development of materials. ·         Coordinate SNAP/food stamp outreach in partnership with the D.C. EITC Campaign during tax season.  This includes training and assisting 40+ volunteers, pre-screening potentially eligible clients, and coordinating the filing of SNAP/food stamp applications with the D.C. Department of Human Services.  ·         Analyze policies and practices that foster or inhibit program participation in the SNAP/Food Stamp Program. ·         Manage the collection and reporting of data related to SNAP/food stamp participation rates and outreach efforts (e.g., materials distributed, residents pre-screened) for quarterly reports required under work on the state SNAP outreach plan. ·         Assist in the development and implementation of strategies to address hunger among older residents and increase participation in federal nutrition programs available for seniors through site visits, outreach, research, technical assistance, public education, policy advocacy, work in coalitions, media and social media outreach, and the development of materials. ·         Work, as part of the D.C. Hunger Solutions’ team, to engage and educate the public and policymakers about the issue of hunger in the District of Columbia and to identify solutions to end hunger in D.C. Skills and Qualifications ·         Commitment to working for social justice; background in anti-poverty work preferred. ·         Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years of relevant experience. ·         Strong oral, written and organizational skills. ·         Ability to reach out effectively to low-income families and community-based organizations eligible for program benefits. ·         Good conceptual, strategic thinking and creative skills. ·         Detail-oriented planning and implementation skills. ·         Willingness to work varied hours. ·         Ability to manage several tasks simultaneously. ·         Excellent interpersonal skills. ·         Strong teamwork capabilities. ·         Ability to speak Spanish a plus.   To Apply Send resume, writing sample (not to exceed three pages), and cover letter providing a summary of accomplishments and experience to:  D.C. Hunger Solutions Anti-Hunger Program Associate – SNAP Food Research and Action Center 1200 18th Street N.W., Suite 400 Washington, D.C. 20036   E-mail: employment@dchunger.org (Please include “D.C. Hunger Solutions Anti-Hunger Program Associate – SNAP” in subject line.) Fax: 202-986-2525.  No phone calls please.   Closing Date When filled.  However, FRAC/D.C. Hunger Solutions seeks to hire a qualified individual as soon as possible.  
    Anti-Hunger Program Associate
    Position Available D.C. Hunger Solutions seeks a highly motivated and skilled individual to join its staff as an Anti-Hunger Program Associate.  Through advocacy, research, client outreach, coalition-building, technical assistance, public education and program monitoring, the Anti-Hunger Program Associate will be responsible for working to increase participation in the SNAP/Food Stamp Program in the District of Columbia.  The Associate also will work on nutrition issues related to hunger among older residents.  As part of the D.C. Hunger Solutions team, the Associate also will work to advance the overall goals of D.C. Hunger Solutions, to support the efforts of partner coalitions, and to address broader food security issues in Washington, D.C.   The ideal candidate must be committed to addressing hunger and poverty in Washington, D.C. This full-time position reports to the Director of D.C. Hunger Solutions. Organizational Background The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) is the leading national nonprofit organization working to improve and implement effective public policies and public-private partnerships to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United States. FRAC engages in research, policy analysis and advocacy, coalition-building, technical assistance and training, and an array of communications strategies. Founded in 2002, D.C. Hunger Solutions is a separately staffed and budgeted initiative of FRAC, seeking to end hunger in the nation’s capital.  By leveraging substantial available federal dollars and improving D.C.’s operations of federal and local nutrition programs, D.C. Hunger Solutions work has helped to feed tens of thousands of District residents struggling with hunger and has increased access to healthy, affordable food. D.C. Hunger Solutions also leads or plays a key supporting role in the efforts of the various anti-hunger and anti-poverty coalitions throughout the city (e.g., the D.C. Fair Budget Coalition, D.C. Farmers’ Market Collaborative, the Language Access Coalition, the Senior Advisory Coalition, and the Mayor’s Commission on Healthy Youth and Schools).  For more information on D.C. Hunger Solutions, visit: www.dchunger.org. Responsibilities ·         Promote participation in and improvements to the SNAP/Food Stamp Program as a key defense against hunger and an important nutrition and income support strategy. ·         Have ongoing responsibility for the development and implementation of strategies to increase participation in the SNAP/Food Stamp Program in the District. This will include site visits, outreach, presentations, training, research, technical assistance, public education, policy advocacy, assistance to partner groups, work in coalitions, media and social media outreach, and the development of materials. ·         Coordinate SNAP/food stamp outreach in partnership with the D.C. EITC Campaign during tax season.  This includes training and assisting 40+ volunteers, pre-screening potentially eligible clients, and coordinating the filing of SNAP/food stamp applications with the D.C. Department of Human Services.  ·         Analyze policies and practices that foster or inhibit program participation in the SNAP/Food Stamp Program. ·         Manage the collection and reporting of data related to SNAP/food stamp participation rates and outreach efforts (e.g., materials distributed, residents pre-screened) for quarterly reports required under work on the state SNAP outreach plan. ·         Assist in the development and implementation of strategies to address hunger among older residents and increase participation in federal nutrition programs available for seniors through site visits, outreach, research, technical assistance, public education, policy advocacy, work in coalitions, media and social media outreach, and the development of materials. ·         Work, as part of the D.C. Hunger Solutions’ team, to engage and educate the public and policymakers about the issue of hunger in the District of Columbia and to identify solutions to end hunger in D.C. Skills and Qualifications ·         Commitment to working for social justice; background in anti-poverty work preferred. ·         Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years of relevant experience. ·         Strong oral, written and organizational skills. ·         Ability to reach out effectively to low-income families and community-based organizations eligible for program benefits. ·         Good conceptual, strategic thinking and creative skills. ·         Detail-oriented planning and implementation skills. ·         Willingness to work varied hours. ·         Ability to manage several tasks simultaneously. ·         Excellent interpersonal skills. ·         Strong teamwork capabilities. ·         Ability to speak Spanish a plus.   To Apply Send resume, writing sample (not to exceed three pages), and cover letter providing a summary of accomplishments and experience to:  D.C. Hunger Solutions Anti-Hunger Program Associate – SNAP Food Research and Action Center 1200 18th Street N.W., Suite 400 Washington, D.C. 20036   E-mail: employment@dchunger.org (Please include “D.C. Hunger Solutions Anti-Hunger Program Associate – SNAP” in subject line.) Fax: 202-986-2525.  No phone calls please.   Closing Date When filled.  However, FRAC/D.C. Hunger Solutions seeks to hire a qualified individual as soon as possible.  
    Seasonal Sortation Associate- Delivery Station, Phoenix, DPX5
    Seasonal Sortation Associate- Delivery Station Job ID: 180014476 | Phoenix, AZ   Come to our walk in hiring events! Location: DOUBLE TREE by Hilton Phoenix 2100 S. Priest Drive | Tempe AZ 85282 Tuesday, 5/29 – Friday, 6/1 9:00am – 3:00pm Location: HILTON Phoenix Airport 2435 South 47th Street I Phoenix AZ 85034 Monday, 6/4 -  Friday, 6/8 9:00am – 3:00pmAmazon Logistics’ (AMZL) Delivery Stations allow you to work part-time early morning or late night shifts. Amazon is looking for individuals who can thrive in a fast-paced warehouse environment that involves working with and around moving machinery and vehicles. Our AMZL Sortation Associates are the final step in ensuring that each and every package gets delivered to our customers on time. Pay Rate: $11.50/hrFlexible Shift Options (subject to change)Basic Qualifications Must be at least 18 years old High School diploma or equivalent English literacy skills Job Requirements Be willing to work an early morning or late night shift on a part-time basis Associates must, with or without reasonable accommodation, be able to lift up to 49 pounds, stand/walk for extended periods of time, and be able to frequently push, pull, squat, bend, and reach Managing the receiving of truck deliveries and packages Using a smartphone and handheld devices with various apps, and scanning bar codes Sorting packages based on size and destination Building, wrapping, sorting, and transporting pallets and packages based on destination Climbing and descending stairs safely (applies to sites with stairs) Working on a secure mezzanine at a height of up to 40 feet (applies to buildings with mezzanines) Benefits Weekly pay schedule Holiday overtime pay Basic Life, AD&D insurance On-the-job training and skill development Employee Assistance Program Casual attire Working in an AMZL Warehouse Safety first: Amazon is committed to providing one of the safest work environments, which means rules are to be followed Changing temperatures: Warehouse temperatures can widely vary based upon local weather conditions, and may occasionally exceed 90 degrees Customer obsession: Working vigorously to earn and keep customer trust Quality is key: Delivering results with the right quality in a timely fashion Be flexible: Associates should be open to extra hours, time off, and a fast paced environment Rotating tasks: Associates will rotate tasks multiple times throughout the week Various noise levels: Noise levels may grow loud at times Amazon.com is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation
    Seasonal Sortation Associate- Delivery Station, Phoenix, DPX5
    Seasonal Sortation Associate- Delivery Station Job ID: 180014476 | Phoenix, AZ   Come to our walk in hiring events! Location: DOUBLE TREE by Hilton Phoenix 2100 S. Priest Drive | Tempe AZ 85282 Tuesday, 5/29 – Friday, 6/1 9:00am – 3:00pm Location: HILTON Phoenix Airport 2435 South 47th Street I Phoenix AZ 85034 Monday, 6/4 -  Friday, 6/8 9:00am – 3:00pmAmazon Logistics’ (AMZL) Delivery Stations allow you to work part-time early morning or late night shifts. Amazon is looking for individuals who can thrive in a fast-paced warehouse environment that involves working with and around moving machinery and vehicles. Our AMZL Sortation Associates are the final step in ensuring that each and every package gets delivered to our customers on time. Pay Rate: $11.50/hrFlexible Shift Options (subject to change)Basic Qualifications Must be at least 18 years old High School diploma or equivalent English literacy skills Job Requirements Be willing to work an early morning or late night shift on a part-time basis Associates must, with or without reasonable accommodation, be able to lift up to 49 pounds, stand/walk for extended periods of time, and be able to frequently push, pull, squat, bend, and reach Managing the receiving of truck deliveries and packages Using a smartphone and handheld devices with various apps, and scanning bar codes Sorting packages based on size and destination Building, wrapping, sorting, and transporting pallets and packages based on destination Climbing and descending stairs safely (applies to sites with stairs) Working on a secure mezzanine at a height of up to 40 feet (applies to buildings with mezzanines) Benefits Weekly pay schedule Holiday overtime pay Basic Life, AD&D insurance On-the-job training and skill development Employee Assistance Program Casual attire Working in an AMZL Warehouse Safety first: Amazon is committed to providing one of the safest work environments, which means rules are to be followed Changing temperatures: Warehouse temperatures can widely vary based upon local weather conditions, and may occasionally exceed 90 degrees Customer obsession: Working vigorously to earn and keep customer trust Quality is key: Delivering results with the right quality in a timely fashion Be flexible: Associates should be open to extra hours, time off, and a fast paced environment Rotating tasks: Associates will rotate tasks multiple times throughout the week Various noise levels: Noise levels may grow loud at times Amazon.com is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation
    Student Help Manager, Academic
    About Magoosh   Magoosh is fixing a broken test prep industry.   Why should students have to put up with exorbitant prices for boring test prep classes and books that might not even work? With Magoosh, they don’t have to. Our mission is simple: create products that give students everywhere access to enjoyable, affordable, and quality test prep. We help millions study at their own pace, on their own time regardless of location, social status, or background. Our team is driven to create the best content and study tools because we’re out to change the test prep experience for all.   Magoosh started in 2009 with four co-founders and a few computers. Today, our team is growing fast and our products are used all over the world in more than 180 countries. Millions have studied with us, downloaded our apps, and watched our videos. And every day, we work with thousands of students to help them get the scores they need to get into the schools they want.   If you’re a friendly, passionate, lifelong learner who’s looking to make a real difference in students’ lives, we want you to help us level the educational playing field. We also believe it's really important that our team reflects the diversity of our students. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups and people of diverse backgrounds to apply.   Check out our values here!   About the Job   Magoosh creates excellent content that helps students prepare for gateway exams like the ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, IELTS and TOEFL. Our talented teams of Remote Test Prep Experts and Online Tutors, who are spread across the country, provide email and Skype academic support to students as a supplement to their self-studies.   We are looking for an empathetic, organized, and passionate people manager to manage our remote teams of Test Prep Experts and Online Tutors with the ultimate goal of providing fast, high-quality academic support to our students when they need it. We aim for 98% student satisfaction and you’d be working to ensure that we maintain this high level of quality.   This position is a full-time, in-office position based in the Magoosh office in Berkeley, CA with an annual salary of $96,000 - $114,500, depending on experience. You must be authorized to work in the US.   In this position, you will… Appropriately scale the Remote Test Prep Expert and Online Tutor teams to meet student demand and company goals Direct the activities of the Remote Test Prep Experts and Online Tutors through the remote Team Leads Manage and support the Team Leads so that they can successfully lead their teams and grow professionally Make our Student Help processes even faster and more efficient Ensure the accuracy and efficacy of the advice we give students Improve Online Tutor onboarding and training to bring it up to the level of the more developed Remote Test Prep Expert onboarding and training Understand different areas of work across the company in order to facilitate collaboration between the remote and in-house teams Set strategic quarterly goals that contribute to success on annual goals   You… Are passionate about education Have 2 years experience as a team leader or manager Can evaluate performance and provide constructive feedback Are a top scorer in one or more of the following exams: SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT Have 2 years test prep teaching or tutoring experience Have a deep sense of empathy for people from diverse backgrounds—you can always relate Are an outstanding writer Are always “plugged in” and very responsive online Enjoy participating in online communities Enjoy handling nebulous problems and coming up with solutions Are comfortable coordinating work across multiple departments and people   Extra credit if you... Have experience managing dispersed teams Have experience with CRM tools, like Zendesk and Intercom Have experience hiring and training   Note: Please feel comfortable applying, even if you don’t meet all the requirements for the position.   To learn more about our hiring process, check out our blog post. To learn more about our benefits and perks, check out our benefits and perks doc.   We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.  
    Student Help Manager, Academic
    About Magoosh   Magoosh is fixing a broken test prep industry.   Why should students have to put up with exorbitant prices for boring test prep classes and books that might not even work? With Magoosh, they don’t have to. Our mission is simple: create products that give students everywhere access to enjoyable, affordable, and quality test prep. We help millions study at their own pace, on their own time regardless of location, social status, or background. Our team is driven to create the best content and study tools because we’re out to change the test prep experience for all.   Magoosh started in 2009 with four co-founders and a few computers. Today, our team is growing fast and our products are used all over the world in more than 180 countries. Millions have studied with us, downloaded our apps, and watched our videos. And every day, we work with thousands of students to help them get the scores they need to get into the schools they want.   If you’re a friendly, passionate, lifelong learner who’s looking to make a real difference in students’ lives, we want you to help us level the educational playing field. We also believe it's really important that our team reflects the diversity of our students. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups and people of diverse backgrounds to apply.   Check out our values here!   About the Job   Magoosh creates excellent content that helps students prepare for gateway exams like the ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, IELTS and TOEFL. Our talented teams of Remote Test Prep Experts and Online Tutors, who are spread across the country, provide email and Skype academic support to students as a supplement to their self-studies.   We are looking for an empathetic, organized, and passionate people manager to manage our remote teams of Test Prep Experts and Online Tutors with the ultimate goal of providing fast, high-quality academic support to our students when they need it. We aim for 98% student satisfaction and you’d be working to ensure that we maintain this high level of quality.   This position is a full-time, in-office position based in the Magoosh office in Berkeley, CA with an annual salary of $96,000 - $114,500, depending on experience. You must be authorized to work in the US.   In this position, you will… Appropriately scale the Remote Test Prep Expert and Online Tutor teams to meet student demand and company goals Direct the activities of the Remote Test Prep Experts and Online Tutors through the remote Team Leads Manage and support the Team Leads so that they can successfully lead their teams and grow professionally Make our Student Help processes even faster and more efficient Ensure the accuracy and efficacy of the advice we give students Improve Online Tutor onboarding and training to bring it up to the level of the more developed Remote Test Prep Expert onboarding and training Understand different areas of work across the company in order to facilitate collaboration between the remote and in-house teams Set strategic quarterly goals that contribute to success on annual goals   You… Are passionate about education Have 2 years experience as a team leader or manager Can evaluate performance and provide constructive feedback Are a top scorer in one or more of the following exams: SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT Have 2 years test prep teaching or tutoring experience Have a deep sense of empathy for people from diverse backgrounds—you can always relate Are an outstanding writer Are always “plugged in” and very responsive online Enjoy participating in online communities Enjoy handling nebulous problems and coming up with solutions Are comfortable coordinating work across multiple departments and people   Extra credit if you... Have experience managing dispersed teams Have experience with CRM tools, like Zendesk and Intercom Have experience hiring and training   Note: Please feel comfortable applying, even if you don’t meet all the requirements for the position.   To learn more about our hiring process, check out our blog post. To learn more about our benefits and perks, check out our benefits and perks doc.   We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.  
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