Albany, Troy Boys and Girls Clubs offer remote learning help

ALBANY — Taylor Joseph wrinkled her brows in concentration as she painted her “kitty cat” at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Albany Thursday, carefully dabbing her white-coated brush over the Styrofoam as her mask barely clung to the five-year-old’s face.

Taylor had already finished her math and science remote classes earlier in the morning — now it was time for art.

She was partaking in the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Capital Area’s new full-day program, which launched last week at the Troy and Albany locations to help students adapt to remote learning.

“We’re trying to fill the gaps with some parents that really need child care, that really can’t allow their kids to be home, or their kids need guided instruction,” said David Gordon, program manager and lyricism coordinator. “Along with virtual, you just need a third body to make sure they understand how to get online,

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Citigroup to offer 6,000 jobs to youths in Asia-Pacific over three years to combat Covid-19’s impact on employment

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Banks that offer the lowest rates on education loans



a group of people sitting at a table using a laptop computer: Banks that offer the lowest rates on education loans


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Banks that offer the lowest rates on education loans

For students, September has been a crucial month this year. In India, lakhs of students appeared for the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE)  and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) after a prolonged tussle with the central government.

It’s also that time of the year when overseas-bound students pack their bags to head for their chosen destination country for higher studies.

Public sector banks show the way

While private and foreign banks vie hard for slices of businesses in other loan segments, particularly credit cards, public sector banks rule the roost in the education loan category.

At 6.80 per cent for a Rs 20-lakh study loan with a tenure of seven years, PSU major Union Bank of India offers the lowest rate at present, according to data compiled by BankBazaar.

It is followed by Central Bank of India and Bank

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Missouri Job Center to offer IT and web development classes | KOLR

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.- The Missouri Job Center announced Friday it will be offering IT and web development classes for free to those who meet eligibility guidelines.

According to a press release, the job center can do this with the help of The Geek Foundation. Classes will meet two nights per week and are tailored to adults wanting to change careers and get into the field of Information Technology and Web Development.

Below are the two tech classes offered:

  • Develop Yourself IT Class is a 24-week class that prepares students to take the CompTIA A+ exam and equips students with skill sets needed for entry-level IT job opportunities
  • Develop Yourself Full-Stack Web Development Class is 20 weeks and trains in JavaScript, Java, and the foundational programming concepts needed for Front-End and Full-Stack Web Developer careers

Both classes begin on October 27th and will be offered at multiple locations, the job center says.

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Amazon to offer 1,300 new jobs as it expands across South Florida

Amazon says it has more than 1,300 jobs to fill in South Florida as part of a North American hiring spree that would add 100,000 employees to the corporate payroll.

The hiring effort is part of a continent-wide campaign to add tens of thousands of full-time and part-time workers at distribution facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada, the Seattle-based company said Monday.

Amazon said only that the local jobs would be in the “Miami area,” without specifying how many of those jobs would be in Broward and Palm Beach counties. A company representative in Orlando didn’t respond to questions about the jobs’ locations.

The new employees would buttress a workforce of 30,000 people in Florida, the company said in the statement.

Florida, with its population of more than 21.4 million people, third largest in the nation, has been a major business development target of Amazon since early 2018. when

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Virtual job fairs for veterans, spouses to offer thousands of career opportunities | Article

By Joseph Lacdan, Army News ServiceAugust 27, 2020

WASHINGTON — Although pandemic conditions have restricted the attendance of hiring events, Soldiers transitioning from the Army and spouses will soon have the opportunity to attend several upcoming job fairs online.The Army’s Soldier for Life program has reached into the virtual realm to assist Soldiers and their spouses as they adjust from Army to civilian life and search for employment.Private companies and SFL will offer free online career fairs beginning with the National Virtual Career Fair Tuesday from 12 p.m.-4 p.m. EDT.The SFL and partner companies designed the fairs to connect Soldiers and spouses with jobs that match their skill sets and experiences, giving participants the chance to interact with potential employers. Jobs range from entry level to senior leadership positions and the fairs will give participants access to thousands of career opportunities across the country.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, companies

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Amazon To Host 2020 Career Day; 33,000 Jobs On Offer

(RTTNews) – Tech behemoth Amazon (AMZN) Wednesday announced it will host its 2020 Career Day on September 16 and said it there are 33,000 new corporate jobs on offer.

Amazon said it will give the attendees of 2020 Career Day the opportunity to learn about the 33,000 corporate and tech jobs currently available across the country, and the thousands of additional hourly positions in the company’s operations network to be announced soon.

Amazon will also mobilize 1,000 of its recruiters to provide 20,000 career coaching sessions to attendees in a single day.

Amazon currently has 33,000 openings for jobs that include Amazon’s smart home device, Alexa; Amazon Web Services (AWS); Operations Technology and Prime Video.

Anyone can participate in Career Day 2020 by going to amazon.jobs/careerday to register and book an appointment with an Amazon recruiter.

“COVID-19 continues to affect millions of people across the country, and people are eager

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Sweetwater Union High School District to offer free Adult Education courses

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — The Sweetwater Union High School District announced Tuesday its Adult Education Division will begin offering free career technical education courses in South Bay communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“During these unprecedented times, it is our priority to help and support our community through this global pandemic by offering free courses throughout the South Bay,” said Audrey Diedorff, a teacher in the adult and continuing education division.

According to a district statement, English as a Second Language and GED courses have always been free through the district, and adult education career training courses have historically been offered at a low cost. However, due to the global pandemic and its impact on community member jobs and finances, many students and families are experiencing difficult times and need support.

The adult education program provides adult students with career and technical education, so students can enter the workforce with

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NSU to offer fall 2020 Science Seminar Series | News

The fall 2020 Science and Technology Seminar Series at the Northeastern State University Tahlequah campus has been scheduled.

Presented by the Gregg Wadley College of Science & Health Professions and arranged by Dr. Mark Paulissen, professor of biology, the series includes speakers with topics of interest in varied areas of study.

“Affecting the microbiota to alter host health” will be presented by Abby Geis, representing the Department of Immunology, Microbiology & Pharmacology, Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine, on Sept. 16.

On Sept. 30, Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan, representing the Center of Indigenous Health Research & Policy, Oklahoma State University center for Health Sciences, will present “Restoring indigenous food systems to improve community health in Indian country.”

“How do plants grow where they do? Using DNA sequences to look at ecological evolution in plants” presented by Abby Moore, representing the Department of Microbiology & Plant Biology/Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma,

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Partners With ILX to Offer Programs in Digital Transformation Technology

With digital transformation rapidly advancing across the globe, ILX today extends its expertise from exclusive digital operations to digital transformation technology training, specifically in the areas of Big Data, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, and Cyber Security. Through this latest collaboration, Simplilearn will deliver digital skilling programs in these fields.

Simplilearn’s association with ILX reiterates its commitment to preparing a global workforce for a changing digital economy. This further adds to Simplilearn’s international partnerships with leading higher education institutions and online platforms, extending its global coverage and serving the training needs of an international clientele of individuals and organisations. 

Speaking on Simplilearn’s association with the ILX Group, Krishna Kumar, CEO & Founder, Simplilearn, said, “The UK is today one of the fastest growing global economies, and in today’s digital world it is important that the country’s workforce is enabled to support this growth. Digital skilling is a necessity

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