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Follow JewishJournal.com on First came Black Friday, then Small Business Saturday, then Cyber Monday and now Giving Tuesday. In its second year, Giving Tuesday takes place online on Tuesday, Dec. Jewish nonprofits, among others, hoping to raise money
JumpStart is a pilot program that provides three to five counseling sessions through West Yavapai Guidance Clinic for people who have neither private nor public insurance. "The West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation set fundraising for this need as
October 20, 2013 JumpStart Inc. wants to start a for-profit fund as a way to funnel more capital to high-tech startup companies in Northeast Ohio, according to several officials in Ohio's economic development community. The proposed JumpStart Next
However, graduating from the right school can help you get on the right track for a successful career. Twenty-seven percent of unemployed adults have been looking for work for more than six months. Even among the employed, the numbers are grim: 25
Here are five places to look for your golden opportunity: 1.With your competition. What do leaders in your industry have planned for the future?...These are big questions, but they can be answered in part by checking out your competitions ' patent
On Wednesday night, Tiffani Thiessen lit up New York's Empire State Building to kick off an annual literacy campaign. The White Collar actress launched the Jumpstart Read For The Record campaign by lighting up the Big Apple landmark in a red glow.
Another shiny day is unfolding here on the Pharmalot corporate campus as the short people begin their respective treks to the local schoolhouses, the official mascots pursue rabbit trails on the official grounds and we brew yet another delightful cup
File photo Here is a South Holland event worth getting out of the house for on Oct. 3. South Suburban Small Business Association hosts this event from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at South Suburban College, 15800 S. State St., South Holland, to showcase the South
That's the night her son, Ragee Clark, 16, was trying to get a cab home from the corner of Broadway and East 18th Street. Two guys jumped out and shot him to death, Holmes said, a matter-of-fact tone of resignation in her voice. For Tabatha Cox,
The foundation said JumpStart will use the grant to continue its diversity initiatives for small businesses, which include awareness building.