By Mladiinfo says: June 9, 2010 Published by Site Default Global Intern 2014: 3 Months in 3 Different Countries! Career Days 2011, Skopje, Macedonia Share 0 Dear Sabina, Unfortunately there is an age limit – you can apply until 30th birthday. Regards,Mladiinfo team ← Visualizing the Changes of 1989, Berlin Volunteer at English Academy in Tbilisi, Georgia Pocket Log in to Reply Log in to Reply Hello! I turned 30 in september. Am I eligible to apply for an AISEC internship? Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. 5 Simple Resume Tips for College Students With No Experience. Do you know how to get your resume to stand out? How do you get your Resume Noticed?www.happyschoolsblog.com/resume-tips-college-students-no- By Mladiinfo says: on December 18, 2012 at 11:37 am By Eumfebb says: Log in to Reply on January 6, 2012 at 3:45 pm Deadline: all year Open to: university students and recent graduates Duration: 6 weeks to 18 monthsProfessional internship is the most intense learning experience that we offer and links together our global network. Each year, AIESEC provide over 5,500 members the challenging opportunity to live and work in a foreign country in areas of management, technology, education, and development. AIESEC is the world’s largest student?run organisation in over 107 countries and territories and with over 45,000 members.Details and logistics* Duration: 6 weeks to 18 months* Salary covers living costs except some development internships* It takes between 2 – 7 months to find an internship and complete the selection processes* Application fee varies by country* Airfare is usually not includedTypes of internships* Management – internships related to administration, finance, accounting, marketing, project management and HR.* Development – usually with NGOs, internships usually relate to wide variety of issues in community development.* Technical – internships related to management and development in web, software, networks, and databases, plus some engineering.* Education – internships related to promotion, curriculum development, teaching, and counseling in the education sector.Selection and ApplicationAfter joining and understanding AIESEC, you can enter a review process to assess your experiences and motivation for going on an AIESEC exchange. This is a physical process consisting of selection interview, language tests and other steps depending on the country that you are applying from.The selection process aims to ensure that everyone participating in an AIESEC exchange is suitable and will have a positive experience while on exchange. It is comprised of at least 1 stages:Selection Review Board: a board that will interview you to assess your suitability to become an exchange participant in several areas. You may find additional selection requirements based on the country that you are applying from.If you have any questions please select your country from the AIESEC Offices Worldwide.AIESEC international By Anthony Patrick Bere says: By sabina says: Hi AIESEC,Glad to have you as one of the most outstanding student exchange programme organization. You have been of emmense benefit to students worldwide through your programmes.Unfortunately, my country Sierra Leone do not have an existing office here. Above all, there are couple of students here in the social sciences who wish to have the opportunity extended to our country. It is in this direction, i write to make a plea onbehalf of MAMA SALONE (Sierra Leone).I intend to be the focal person who will be contacted for all correspondences. Kindly give us a chance to benefit from your overwelming gesture and support.Please attach processes and procedures in establishing an AIESEC office in my country, Sierra Leone.Thanks in anticipation of your favourable consideration.Anthony P.Berewa on January 6, 2012 at 5:35 am +1 5 thoughts on “AIESEC International Internships” Similar Stories LinkedIn 0 Log in to Reply AIESEC International Internships Tweet on December 18, 2012 at 12:22 pm Summer School: Europe and North America → Dear Anthony, Please note that Mladiinfo is not the AIESEC organization, and we cannot help you with your request. If you wish to contact them go to the official website, of you can contact them through this telephone number +31 10 443 4383 , or just simply go here http://www.aiesec.net/cms/aiesec/AI/partners/requ…and fill out the Partners interest form. Kind regardsElenaMladiinfo on August 30, 2013 at 5:58 pm Log in to Reply Reddit
Vermont Business Magazine Weekly unemployment claims in Vermont fell to their lowest level in memory last week. There were 309 new, regular benefit claims for Unemployment Insurance in Vermont, a decrease of 37 from the previous week’s total and 89 fewer than they were a year ago. Generally, claims have been running below last year’s totals. Total claims were down in most regions of the state. By industry, claims fell in manufacturing but otherwise held steady with very low total. As has been the trend, Services led all categories with 48 percent of all claims.Altogether 3,212 new and continuing claims were filed, a decrease of 267 from a week ago, and 336 fewer than a year ago. The Department processed 0 First Tier claims for benefits under Emergency Unemployment Compensation, 2008 (EUC08). The total for all programs was 3,212 claims, 267 fewer than last week, and 339 fewer than the same time last year.For the week by industry, Services claims were up slightly in number and as a percentage from the prior week and still represent the preponderance of claims for any one sector, at 53 percent of all claims. Manufacturing claims were down after a spike the previous from the prior week. By region, Total Claims in every region of the state was down for the week and mostly down from last year. The Unemployment Weekly Report can be found at: http://www.vtlmi.info/(link is external). Previously released Unemployment Weekly Reports and other UI reports can be found at: http://www.vtlmi.info/lmipub.htm#uc(link is external)Vermont’s unemployment rate held at 3.6 percent in August, as total employment fell and unemployment was up, but the total labor market was also down. SEE STORY.NOTE: Employment (nonfarm payroll) – A count of all persons who worked full- or part-time or received pay from a nonagricultural employer for any part of the pay period which included the 12th of the month. Because this count comes from a survey of employers, persons who work for two different companies would be counted twice. Therefore, nonfarm payroll employment is really a count of the number of jobs, rather than the number of persons employed. Persons may receive pay from a job if they are temporarily absent due to illness, bad weather, vacation, or labor-management dispute. This count is based on where the jobs are located, regardless of where the workers reside, and is therefore sometimes referred to as employment “by place of work.” Nonfarm payroll employment data are collected and compiled based on the Current Employment Statistics (CES) survey, conducted by the Vermont Department of Labor. This count was formerly referred to as nonagricultural wage and salary employment.
Vermont Business Magazine The third meeting of the Solar Siting Task Force will take place on Thursday, October 22, 2015, from 1:00 – 3:00 pm in Room 11 of the Vermont State House, 115 State Street, Montpelier, Vermont. The Solar Siting Task Force was created in Act 56(link is external) of the 2014-2015 legislative session. Details on the membership, duties, and timeframe of the Task Force can be found in Act 56, Sec. 26g.The draft agenda for the October 22, 2015 meeting is listed below. The remaining meetings of the Solar Siting Task Force will occur as follows:Tuesday, November 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 11 of the Vermont State HouseFriday, November 13, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 11 of the Vermont State HouseThursday, December 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 10 of the Vermont State HouseThursday, December 17, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 10 of the Vermont State HouseSolar Siting Task Force October 22, 2015 Draft Meeting AgendaI. Welcome and Overview of Agenda and Discussion of Future Meetings (5 mins)- PSD Commissioner Christopher RecchiaII. Approval of 9/17/15 Minutes (5 mins)III. Overview of Act 250 and Section 248 (30 mins)- Lou Borie and Jon Groveman, Natural Resources Board and Jeannie Oliver, Department of Public ServiceIV. Overview of VSA Title 24 Chapter 117, State Land Use Goals and Energy (20 mins)- Sharon Murray, Vermont Planners AssociationV. Town Experience and Suggestions for Solar Development (20 mins)VI. Invitation pendingDeveloper Experience and Suggestions for Solar Development (20 mins)VII. Chad Farrell, Encore RedevelopmentPublic Comments (20 mins)VIII. Other BusinessIX. Next meetings:Tuesday, November 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 11 of the Vermont State HouseFriday, November 13, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 11 of the Vermont State HouseThursday, December 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 10 of the Vermont State HouseThursday, December 17, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 10 of the Vermont StateX. Wrap UpAll meetings of the Solar Siting Task Force are open to the public.The Public Service Department is an agency within the executive branch of Vermont state government. Its charge is to represent the public interest in matters regarding energy, telecommunications, water and wastewater.
Comcast Cable,Vermont Business Magazine Comcast announced that Xfinity Mobile(link is external), a new wireless service designed for the way people use their phones today, is beginning to roll out in Xfinity Stores in Vermont. Comcast is introducing the service in its retail stores market-by-market and it is now available at the Xfinity Store in South Burlington. “We’re excited to be one of the first areas of the country to unveil Xfinity Mobile at Xfinity Stores,” said Michael Parker, senior vice president for Comcast’s Western New England Region, which includes Vermont. “Xfinity Stores are the ultimate showcase for consumers to experience how Xfinity Mobile integrates with our other Xfinity products including X1, Xfinity Home, and xFi – and our goal is to ensure our customers leave knowing a lot more about our capabilities and the benefits of being a Comcast customer.”The press release says Xfinity Mobile combines the nation’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network with the largest WiFi network of more than 17 million hotspots(link is external) nationwide to support a seamless internet and entertainment experience inside and out of the home. Available to all Xfinity Internet customers, the service is designed to save customers money with up to five lines included, unlimited nationwide talk and text, and no line access fees.Each Xfinity Mobile customer receives 100 MB of shared data across all lines on the account to get them started, and the freedom to choose from two straightforward data options:Unlimited – $45 per month, per line on up to five lines with no usage limits1.By the Gig – $12 per GB of shared cellular data across all lines on an account each month.Using the Xfinity Mobile app, customers can easily “switch and save” on their data plan – changing from “By the Gig” to “Unlimited” data options at any time during their billing cycle for no additional cost and then switching back to “By the Gig” at the beginning of the next billing cycle. In addition, with Xfinity Mobile, families can mix-and-match on an account so that each individual has the data option that makes sense for them.Xfinity Mobile offers the most popular devices(link is external) on the market today. Payment options for devices include monthly installments across a 24-month period, or a one-time, upfront payment of the full retail price of the phone.Sales of Xfinity Mobile, both online and through call centers, began in all of Comcast’s service areas on May 17.About Xfinity MobileXfinity Mobile is the nation’s first wireless service combining America’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network with 17 million Xfinity WiFi hotspots to deliver a great wireless experience, for less money, on the most popular devices. With Xfinity Mobile, customers can choose to pay only for the gigabytes they use, one gigabyte at a time, or select the unlimited data plan – easily switching from “By the Gig” to “Unlimited” at any time and no cost using the Xfinity Mobile app. For more information on Xfinity Mobile, go to www.xfinitymobile.com(link is external).About ComcastComcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA) is a global media and technology company with two primary businesses, Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal. Comcast Cable is one of the nation’s largest video, high-speed internet, and phone providers to residential customers under the XFINITY brand, and also provides these services to businesses. It also provides wireless and security and automation services to residential customers under the XFINITY brand. NBCUniversal operates news, entertainment and sports cable networks, the NBC and Telemundo broadcast networks, television production operations, television station groups, Universal Pictures and Universal Parks and Resorts. Visit www.comcastcorporation.com(link is external) for more information. Source: South Burlington, VT (July 17, 2017) – Click here(link is external) to locate the closest Xfinity Store. For more information and to purchase Xfinity Mobile online, visit http://xfinitymobile.com(link is external).1. Speeds reduced after 20 GBs.
January 15, 2017 Regular News Diversity panel wants to expand opportunities The Bar’s Standing Committee on Diversity and Inclusion is pursuing a variety of initiatives as it seeks to expand opportunities for all Florida lawyers. “We want to ensure the Bar will reflect the demographics of the state, that we develop opportunities for community involvement, and to make leadership roles in the profession and The Florida Bar accessible to all attorneys,” Chair Brittany Maxey told the Board of Governors in December. The Bar’s broad definition of diversity includes race, citizenship, gender orientation, gender, geographic location, and many other factors, she said, and the committee has 130 members, plus liaisons to Bar sections and divisions to work on its goals. The panel currently has five initiatives. Law Schools One is to work with legal education. “We want to be very visible at the Florida law schools,” Maxey said. Alumni from each school who practice nearby have been assigned to work with the schools, disseminate information about the committee and the Bar’s diversity efforts, and report on diversity and inclusion at each school. “We are also working on implementing a sustainable pipeline initiative for students who may have an interest in our profession and may need a little more guidance. . . than others,” she said. Diversity Grants The second undertaking is the annual $50,000 grant program to local bars to hold diversity and inclusion programs. For 2016-17, the committee approved 27 of 28 grant applications and each program must be completed before June 30, 2017, with a report submitted to the committee, Maxey said. Multicultural Development In the wake of the Pulse Nightclub mass shooting in Orlando, the committee set up its Multicultural Program Development Subcommittee, she said, to coordinate responses to bias-related incidents. “What happened in Orlando showed us we as attorneys are in key positions. . . to help when help is needed,” Maxey said, noting lawyers pitched in to provide legal help for victims and family members. “A second initiative is called ‘Know Your Bar.’ It’s being modeled after the United Nations’ HeForShe campaign, which is a campaign to understand gender equality is not a women’s issues, it’s a human rights issue, and to encourage men and boys to be change agents.” Leadership The fourth initiative is a subcommittee “to help diverse people who seek leadership positions, including on judicial nominating commissions and on Bar committees,” she said. “We’re also working very closely with the Judicial Nominating Commission Procedures Committee to ensure that diverse Bar members continue to apply for appointments to the JNCs and the judiciary.” Finally, the committee is working to set up a diversity and inclusion summit for November. The committee has submitted a proposal for review by the board’s Program Evaluation Committee, and the tentative date has been set for November 9-10 in Orlando. Maxey said the summit will look at implicit and explicit bias, gender bias under the federal Title IX laws (which were passed 45 years ago), and challenges in multiculturalism. Diversity panel wants to expand opportunities
Dec 28, 2010Global swine flu surveillance seen as seriously inadequateAn article published yesterday in Scientific American explores what experts see as the vastly inadequate global efforts to monitor influenza viruses in swine, in the wake of a pandemic caused by a swine flu virus that jumped to humans. Reporter Helen Branswell writes that most pork-producing countries don’t test their swine herds for flu at all. In the United States, pork producers generally test their animals, but they don’t usually share the results with public health officials, since they know that any news about swine flu scares people away from eating pork. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently worked with the US Department of Agriculture to launch a program to share animal testing results with the public health sector, Branswell reports. But the program has limitations, in that swine flu surveillance data are stripped of identifying information, so health officials know what state a sample came from but not what county or farm. And when a human case of swine flu occurs, the herd suspected as the source can be tested only with the owner’s permission. Flu experts are planning a February meeting in Italy to try to find ways to overcome the barriers to better surveillance, the article says.Dec 27 Scientific American articleSalmonella probe points to Illinois farm as source of sproutsPreliminary findings in an investigation of the 15-state Salmonella outbreak linked to Jimmy John’s restaurants point to Tiny Greens Organic Farm of Urbana, Ill., as the source of contaminated sprouts, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced yesterday. The FDA said consumers should not eat alfalfa sprouts and “Spicy Sprouts” (which contain alfalfa, radish, and clover sprouts) from Tiny Greens. The products were distributed in 4- and 5-ounce containers to farmers’ markets, restaurants, and grocery stores in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, and possibly other Midwestern states. In a Dec 23 report on the outbreak investigation, the CDC said 89 patients with a matching strain of Salmonella serotype I 4,,12:i:-were reported by 15 states and Washington, DC, between Nov 1 and Dec 21, including 50 cases in Illinois. Among patients with available information, 23% reported being hospitalized, but there were no deaths, the CDC said. In other developments, J&D Produce of Edinburg, Tex., yesterday announced the “precautionary” recall of curly parsley and cilantro after samples tested positive in Quebec and Detroit. The recall applies only to products packed on Nov 30 and Dec 6, and no illnesses have been reported, the company said in a statement. The products were packed in red, white, and blue waxed cartons and sold under the Little Bear brand at retail outlets and wholesale terminal markets. A CNN report said the recall involved close to 7,000 cases of the products, which were distributed in several US states as well as Quebec and Ontario.Dec 27 FDA press releaseDec 23 CDC report on outbreak investigationDec 28 CNN story on Texas firm’s recallHaiti’s cholera cases approach 130,000Cholera continues to engulf Haiti, with nearly 130,000 cases and 2,707 deaths reported so far, the Jamaica Observer reported today. Even with ongoing international efforts to contain the epidemic, an estimated 40 people are dying each day, the Haitian health ministry said. Worst hit is the Artibonite province in central Haiti, but infection has spread all over the country. Adding to the strife currently are attacks on voodoo priests in the southwestern part of the country by mobs claiming that they are responsible for the outbreak; more than 40 priests have been killed.Dec 28 Jamaica Observer articleFlu vaccination policy in UK debatedThe UK Department of Health is coming under fire for not offering free flu shots to healthy children under 5 years of age this flu season. The shots are being recommended only for high-risk groups this season, including pregnant women and the elderly but not young children. The current vaccination policy follows the recommendations of the independent Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation. During last season’s H1N1 pandemic, all age-groups were urged to obtain vaccination. Some critics claim that preschoolers were left off the shot roster this season to save money, but the health department claims the decision was made because of age and risk considerations. No vaccination campaign has been directed at the general public this year; only high-risk people have been contacted to get the vaccine. Public schools in the United Kingdom reopen next week after the holiday recess, and concern is mounting that flu, which is currently seeing a surge there, will reach epidemic proportions.Dec 28 BBC articleDec 28 The Guardian articleDec 28 The Telegraph articleEgyptian girl dies of H5N1; Japan, Korea cite bird deaths A Dec 25 death in Egypt from H5N1 avian flu brings the number of deaths from the disease there to 11 this year and 38 since the outbreak began in 2006. The latest victim was an 11-year-old girl in the Luxor governorate who had been reported as hospitalized last week. Meanwhile, reports of H5N1 deaths in birds have come in from Japan and South Korea. Three cranes were found dead in the Izumi Plains of Kogoshima prefecture Dec 21 and subsequently tested positive for H5N1, according to a Kyodo News International article, bringing the recent total to five. In South Korea, the farm ministry reported today that 20 spectacled teal ducks had been found dead south of Seoul, apparently from H5N1. This is the third such report from the area this month.Dec 25 Kuwait News article on Egyptian deathDec 27 Kyodo News article on Japanese cranesDec 28 Yonhap News article on South Korea
COUNTY News:The New Mexico Property Tax Division will hold Valuation Protest Hearings Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, pursuant to section 7-38-27 of the New Mexico State Statutes. The hearings, which will be held remotely, are open to the public. Anyone wishing to observe these hearings should contact the Property Tax Division directly for instructions at 505.827.0870 or email [email protected] with questions related to the hearing process are asked to contact the Los Alamos County Assessor’s Office at 505.662.8030 or via email at [email protected] Hearings before the Valuation Protest Board are part of a process for property owners to challenge a County Assessor’s valuation of taxable property, the classification of property, or denial of exemptions or other tax-saving opportunities. There is no cost to property owners to engage in this process but hiring representation is allowed.Owners of property that may be subject to taxation receive a Notice of Valuation (NOV) in April each year and have until April 30 to challenge findings. County Assessor Ken Milder encourages property owners to contact his office with questions and they are offered the opportunity to protest NOV findings when questions cannot be resolved by April 30.“The goal is to have fair and equitable valuations,” Milder said, “Over-valuing property is unfair to the property owner; under-valuing is unfair to all other property owners who would pick up the additional burden of taxation.”The independent, three-member Valuation Protest Board is chaired by a representative from the Property Tax Division and two Los Alamos citizens selected by the Los Alamos County Council.
Royal Navy bomb disposal team detonated a WWII torpedo found during a routine seabed survey in Scapa Flow, Orkney.The torpedo is likely to have been one of those fired at HMS Royal Oak, as the battleship lay at anchor in Scapa Flow in 1939, Royal Navy wrote. The attack by the German U-boat U47 sank the Royal Oak with the loss of 833 lives.Lying in around 35 meters of water, the torpedo was first spotted during a sonar survey carried out by SULA Diving on behalf of Orkney Islands Council Marine Services.A Royal Navy Explosives Ordnance Team from the Northern Diving Group examined the torpedo on the seabed on March 01, and drawn up a plan for its safe disposal.The divers, on a return visit to Orkney, attached explosives to the torpedo on the seabed. When detonated, a section of the torpedo containing its own explosive charge broke free and appeared on the surface.“From our first survey, it was clear that there was no immediate threat to shipping, so we marked the location so that we could return to safely dispose of the torpedo when the conditions were more favourable,” explained Lieutenant Commander Tony Hampshire, Commanding Officer of Northern Diving Group.
Exxelia, a designer and manufacturer of high-reliability passive components, has announced the launch of its new broadband capacitor series – UBZ, UBL, and XBL. They will showcase these new capacitor series at the European Microwave Week tradeshow (EuMW) in Paris from October 1-3, 2019.They are available in standard EIA sizes (0402 and 0201) compatible with SMT pick & place and most soldering process. Based on their highly reliable ceramic material, Exxelia’s new broadband series ensures an ultra-low insertion loss and excellent return loss over a wide bandwidth up to 40 GHz. Technical Characteristics:EIA 0201 and 0402 Case sizesCapacitance: 100nFLow insertion loss up to 40 GHzRoHS CompliantThis new capacitor series have circuit applications like DC Blocking, Coupling and Bypassing. They can be used for Optoelectronics / High-speed data, Broadband test equipment, and Broadband microwave /millimeter-wave amplifiers, and oscillators applications.Click here to learn more about the XBL Series (0402), UBL Series (0402) and the UBZ Series (0201).Click here to know more about EuMW 2019.
The near pins went to Neil Harvey, Paul Davies and George Gamble.Daniel Oshiro.Thursday, Feb. 4, Greenwood – StablefordGreenwood was our venue for Thursday where we played the A & B courses, which were in excellent condition. This is a real value for money course and we had a very enjoyable day.Martin Hayes (H/cap 18) and Paddy Devereux were fighting for the win today. They both played well, but today Martin won with 40 points ahead of Paddy on 39. Tony Wakeling (17) came in third with 36 points.Near pins were claimed by Paddy Devereux, a single, and Willem Lasonder with two.Note: Siam Country Resort Pattaya, Restaurant & Bar is located just off Siam Country Club Rd, after going under the arch past the 7/11, turn right after 50 meters, with the venue on the left another 200 meters along. Golf from here is generally played on Tuesday & Thursday, with the Resort hosting prompt presentations on both days. As a PSC affiliated venue we welcome ALL golfers, including ladies & seniors (>60s) who have opted for the “Silver” tee option. Call 089 2535440 (Willem Lasonder) for scheduling or enquiries. PSC Golf from Siam Country Resort PattayaTuesday, Feb. 2, Crystal Bay – StablefordTuesday we went to Crystal Bay and played the B and C courses. It was a long time ago that we could play the B course which many consider the most exciting of the three layouts here. It was a little bit disappointing, that the condition of the course was not top notch after such a long period of maintenance and there were wet patches to negotiate also.(Left to right) Paddy Devereux, Martin Hayes and Tony Wakeling.There were no high scores on the day but Paddy Devereux (H/cap 19) confirmed his recent good form again with a winning 34 stableford points. He just beat the straight hitting Daniel Oshiro (19), who ended with 33 points.