The following are game schedules for Auburndale, Columbus Catholic, Marshfield, Spencer, and Stratford for Sept. 26-Oct. 2. Unless otherwise indicated in parentheses, events will take place at the home team’s school.Friday, Sept. 26FootballMarshfield at Wisconsin Rapids, 7 p.m.Stratford at Chequamegon (Park Falls Sports Complex), 7 p.m.Auburndale football is on a bye week.Saturday, Sept. 27Cross CountryAuburndale, Marshfield Columbus Catholic at Stevens Point Pacelli Invitational (Iverson Park), 9 a.m.FootballEau Claire Regis at Spencer/Columbus Catholic (Beell Stadium, Marshfield Middle School), 1 p.m.Girls TennisMarshfield Columbus Catholic at Great Northern Conference Meet at Antigo, 10 a.m.VolleyballSpencer, Stratford at Abbotsford Invitational, 9 a.m.Monday, Sept. 29SoccerPhillips at Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Griese Park), 5 p.m.Tuesday, Sept. 30Boys SoccerMarshfield at D.C. Everest (D.C. Everest Middle School), 4:30 p.m.Cross CountryMarshfield at Chippewa Falls Invitational (Lake Wissota Golf Course), 3:30 p.m.Marshfield Columbus Catholic at Edgar Invitational (Nine Mile Forest, Rib Mountain), 4:30 p.m.VolleyballAntigo at Marshfield, 7 p.m.Marathon at Auburndale, 7 p.m.Wisconsin Rapids Assumption at Stratford, 7 p.m.Colby at Spencer, 7:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2Cross CountryAuburndale, Stratford at Athens Invitational, 4 p.m.Marshfield Columbus Catholic at Spencer Quad (Frey Field), 4:30 p.m.Girls SwimmingWausau East at Marshfield, 5:30 p.m.Girls TennisWisconsin Rapids Assumption at Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Boson Courts), 4 p.m.Marshfield at Wisconsin Valley Conference Tournament at Wausau East & West high schools, 9 a.m.SoccerMarshfield Columbus Catholic at Wausau Newman Catholic, 4:30 p.m.VolleyballStratford at Abbotsford, 7 p.m.Loyal/Granton at Marshfield Columbus Catholic, 7:15 p.m.Spencer at Neillsville, 7:15 p.m.
When you’re good at what you do, you don’t typically spend a whole lot of time thinking about what your next job might be or the next company you might work for, let alone the need to construct a better resume. In our work lives, we challenge ourselves to succeed and excel, and make the sacrifices necessary to set ourselves apart. We focus our efforts on building a future; working hard, working smart, and making the right decisions. We see this as the key to our professional development plan. But sound decisions aren’t limited to what we do on the job. What we do beyond the workplace can have a real and vital impact on how our careers unfold.Serving as the gateway to a professional development plan, crafting a quality resume can be one of the most important tasks in your professional career. Unfortunately, it also happens to be one of the most underrated and under-used aspects of professional growth for far too many of us.This is a place where we summarize our experience, our abilities, and our accomplishments. But that alone isn’t enough. To best serve our needs, we have to recognize—and mobilize—the ultimate purpose of the resume. This isn’t intended to be a book report on what you’ve done or the positions you’ve held during your career. It’s not just a snapshot of who you are today. It also must serve as a beacon that leads the reader towards what you’re capable of doing in the future.- Sponsor – The job interviewer isn’t simply interested in what you’ve done or how much you’ve accomplished—other than how that applies to the position that they are looking to fill. What we’ve done in the past has to be seen as an indicator of future performance, and how that information is presented can make a tremendous difference in the way that we are perceived.The resume has to be more than an accumulation of dates and facts. It has to tell a story. It has to grab attention. It has to send a message. But it also has to be honest and genuine. It should be dynamic and confident. It should be organized and concise. It should show the building blocks of your career. It should help you stand out, and stand tall. This document is intended to represent who you are as a professional. It is a point of first impression. As such, it demands your effort and attention to ensure that it fills that role.Every job search is a competition. A company is trying to match their needs with an individual that will best meet all of the different aspects that a particular position entails. Those involved in hiring decisions typically begin the search process by narrowing down the field of potential candidates from among those that have applied. Various strategies may be used to assist decision makers in the process, but one common denominator almost always comes into play – the resume.The resume is a visual and informational representation of the candidate throughout the hiring process. It is a gateway to a successful professional development plan. From entry level positions to the pyramid heads for some of our largest companies, this remains a constant. If we want to set ourselves apart from the pack, then our efforts should start here.For more information on loss prevention careers, visit www.lpjobs.com. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
App.net cofounders Bryan Berg and Dalton CaldwellIf you haven’t heard much about App.net lately, there’s a reason: The developer-friendly alternative to Twitter and Facebook hasn’t had anyone working there full-time since May.Now its founder and CEO, Dalton Caldwell, has taken a new job as a partner at Y Combinator, the startup factory that produced Reddit, Airbnb, Dropbox, and Stripe, among other fast-growing tech companies.In May, Caldwell announced that App.net, a Twitter-like platform for information distribution which sought to operate through user subscriptions rather than advertising, would no longer have any employees, himself included.Instead, it’s been running through the use of contractors, with Caldwell and cofounder Bryan Berg “responsible for operations.” Since May, Berg has remained active on Alpha, a messaging service built on top of App.net. Caldwell, by contrast, went silent after the May announcement, and only recently returned to post about his new job at Y Combinator. (Caldwell told an Alpha user that he “needed a break.”)“I don’t think it means less of an involvement than what I anticipated when I wrote that post in May,” Caldwell told ReadWrite in an email. “Now that I have my full-time job figured out I think I will be able to have a better sense of how to balance my time across projects.”In a reply to an App.net user who asked about his continuing role at App.net, Caldwell also noted that Y Combinator was “the sort of gig where it’s OK/encouraged to work on projects that interest me alongside my full-time job.”App.net hackers at a company-sponsored hackathon in 2013.More than ever, this means that App.net’s fate is in the hands of developers building on top of it. Like Caldwell, who wrote about turning down a large offer to sell his company to Facebook, they are independent-minded sorts.While App.net offered them that independence, and freedom from the sometimes arbitrary changes Twitter and Facebook have made to their platforms, Caldwell’s salvo at the social giants has not delivered on other things a software builder might want, like a large set of consumers they can reach with their wares.It’s not clear, for example, how Backer, App.net’s service for raising funds to build software features, will deliver on its promise that App.net staff “will help out developers” with marketing and advice, given that App.net no longer has any staff.“At this point the main focus is on keeping the service running well, and trying to let things organically happen,” Caldwell told us. “For instance, will Backer start getting used more or less? Will new interesting tools or products that use the API be released?”Caldwell said he and Berg want to “let things settle down some more before deciding which direction to take.” Perhaps, at Y Combinator, Caldwell can spark someone else’s dream to build a successor to App.net—one that can thrive as an independent force and a counterbalance to the dominant social platforms that hem in developers.Photo of Bryan Berg and Dalton Caldwell and App.net hackathon by Jon Mitchell for ReadWrite Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid Related Posts owen thomas Tags:#App.net#Dalton Caldwell#Messaging Services#platforms#social networks 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Why You Love Online Quizzes How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees?
Having bounced from Engineering to Sales to Marketing in my career I have found some unique interactions between those organizations along the way. But I have recently come across something for the first time that seems particularly noteworthy. I am finding that many of the internal discussions I am having about our upcoming products are largely void of the usual marketing fluff. You could argue that this blog and my previous statement is itself marketing, but oh well. I am also not saying that I don’t still visit an end user who is having trouble picking out a server topology, an infrastructure to virtualize on or maybe they are having datacenter challenges or power constraints and we provide them with advanced product info. All of that still happens regularly and I expect it will continue for a long time. Rather, I am referring to the solutions we are starting to propose for those problems. I am sure everyone in marketing can remember some product that they were responsible for that kept them up nights. The feature set wasn’t quite right, the price was out of whack, competition was breathing down their necks or competition was the incumbent in a certain area. Those are tough days and you only hope that the future products in the hopper are leadership and there is balance to your present day effort. For a while I have seen segments where products are “unmarketable”. You can pretty much leave the marketing guys at the door when you walk in to a High Performance Computing account, Financial Services Account or Internet Portal Datacenter. They want hardware and you can take your PowerPoint slides and “shove them $#@^%.” That may be a direct quote J Still, that was certain segments. They did their own benchmarking and they made their decisions based on the exact workloads and configurations they are running. Many Enterprises, Datacenters and Small/Medium Businesses rely on third party data, benchmarks or word of mouth to make their purchase decisions. We have been talking to them under non-disclosure lately about our next generation Nehalem based products and the responses have been rather unique. In short, Nehalem appears to be “unmarketable”. I find myself pretty much trying not to mess things up when talking about the product. There have been some early public discussions about the performance and the message boards seem to be taking a keen interest in how the platform looks. The launch will happen later in Q1 and I for one am looking forward to seeing what exciting new things companies are going to be doing with them.
Fulfilling a commitment given by Minister Peter Bunting during his sectoral debate presentation in June that there would be a complete separation of juveniles from adults in the correctional system by the end of 2013, the Ministry of National Security is today announcing that all female juveniles are now housed at the renovated South Camp Road facility.Last week the female juveniles at Diamond Crest Juvenile Correctional Centre were transferred to South Camp Road Correctional Facility and today the remaining 25 girls from the Fort Augusta Adult Correctional Centre have been relocated to South Camp Road.The Government’s juvenile diversion policy has effectively reduced the number of juveniles in correctional facilities across the island. With respect to female juveniles, this number today has been reduced over the last two years by more than half to total sixty one juveniles in custody as at this morning.The renovated facility is designed to eventually be separated into two separate though adjacent facilities, to house both the islands female adult and juvenile inmates. Nevertheless, for the immediate future the juveniles will be the only occupants at the South Camp Road facility, as the adult females will remain at Fort Augusta until, and unless, the Port Authority has need for the facility. 25 girls from the Fort Augusta Adult Correctional Centre have been relocated to South Camp Road The Government’s juvenile diversion policy has effectively reduced the number of juveniles in correctional facilities across the island The move fulfills a commitment given by Minister Peter Bunting during his sectoral debate presentation in June Story Highlights
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Although the youngest athlete competing in Rio is 13-year-old Gaurika Singh, a swimmer representing Nepal, gymnastics is unique for its high concentration of teenage girls. This year, 16.8 percent of gymnasts are younger than 18, and all of those young athletes are women. Swimming has a higher total number of competitors under 18, but that group makes up only 9.1 percent of the field. That doesn’t mean there aren’t exceptions. Oksana Chusovitina, a 41-year-old from Uzbekistan, is competing in her seventh Olympics, making her the oldest female gymnast in Olympic history. Chusovitina will compete in the vault finals on Sunday.What about the other end of the age spectrum, where I might have a chance? With a median age of 36, equestrians are the oldest Olympians. More sedate sports also tend to have older athletes; golf and shooting are near the top of the list. Beach volleyball, tennis and cycling also have older competitors.The prize for the oldest Olympian in Rio goes to 62-year-old Julie Brougham, a rider from New Zealand who is attending her first Olympics. Brougham had her Olympic debut Wednesday, in individual dressage. But Brougham isn’t the only athlete in Rio who has lived at least six decades. There are four other Olympians who are 60 or older, all of whom are competing in equestrian events. Still, equestrian is not dominated by older competitors: Among Olympic sports, it has one of the widest distribution of ages, with athletes that range in age over a 44-year span. As I expected, gymnasts are among the youngest Olympians. Of all the groups I looked at, women’s artistic gymnastics (the “regular” gymnastics)2There are two other categories of gymnastics at the Olympics: trampoline and rhythmic. has the lowest median age — 19. That puts Biles in the very middle of her peers. Also, artistic gymnastics (along with golf) has the largest gap between the median ages of men and women participants — five years. That’s because of the sport’s high number of women and girls under 20. It’s not age holding me back from being an Olympian. If I want a shot at gold in 2056, I had better go find a horse. We’re on the ground in Rio covering the 2016 Summer Olympics. Check out all our coverage here.Most adults probably feel as though they missed their chance at making it to the Olympics. Even at 24, I feel decrepit and ancient watching 19-year-old Simone Biles execute flips and twists at the Rio Games with an athleticism that I will never attain. Still, Biles got me wondering which Olympic events I theoretically might still have a shot of participating in at my age (assuming I could change pretty much everything about my genetic makeup and lifestyle in a very short period of time). For each sport of the 2016 Games, I looked at the median age of the participants — overall, men and women — using data from athlete profile pages on the Rio 2016 website.1As of Aug. 3, there were 11,384 athletes on the site for which we obtained age data.
Then-Temple-forward Anthony Lee (3) shields the ball from a defender during a game against Louisville at the Liacouras Center Feb. 14. Temple lost, 82-58.Courtesy of MCTAfter taking multiple hits to his roster, it appears as if Ohio State basketball coach Thad Matta has started filling the void left by four players who are no longer with the program.Per a Saturday report by ESPN College Basketball Insider Jeff Goodman, Matta has received a commitment from Temple transfer redshirt-junior forward Anthony Lee. Lee can as early as next season per NCAA transfer rules, as he is set to graduate in May.An OSU athletic spokesman did not immediately respond to The Lantern’s request for comment Saturday.Lee — who posted a video to his personal Twitter and Instagram accounts — @AntLee_3, of his tour at Ohio Stadium Friday, averaged 13.6 points per game last season while collecting an American Athletic Conference best 8.6 rebounds per game.Lee also sent a tweet from that account at 2:24 p.m. Saturday, saying how he is looking forward to playing at OSU.“Buckeye Nation! Too blessed, been thru 2 much an Coach Matta and the Buckeye family knows what I need for this last year. Blessed! !!!” the tweet read.Listed at 6-feet-9 inches tall and 230 pounds, Lee is likely to bring stability to OSU’s post game. Junior centers Amir Williams and Trey McDonald only tallied averages of 9.8 points per game and 7.5 rebounds per game between them last season, as OSU went 25-10 and bowed out to Dayton, 60-59, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament March 20.The report comes one day after forward LaQuinton Ross announced his intentions to leave OSU one year early to pursue a professional career. Guard Amedeo Della Valle also decided to leave the program March 22, to head back home to Europe and pursue a professional career of his own. OSU is also having to replace guards Lenzelle Smith Jr. and Aaron Craft, who it loses to graduation.The addition of Lee brings OSU’s scholarship players count to 11, two below the maximum 13 allotted by NCAA rules.
Answer Scripts of a public exam. Prothom Alo File PhotoAs many as 25 answer scripts of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination were recovered from Sonarpotti road in Joypurhat on Thursday night.The answer copies were of this year’s English 1st paper exam under Rajshahi secondary and higher secondary education board, reports UNB.Joypurhat police station officer-in-charge Mominul Haque said three passers-by found those answer scripts lying on the road and handed over to police.A general dairy (GD) was registered with the police station in this connection, said the OC.Read More: ‘Waves’ of question paper leaks hit childrenRead More: ‘Question paper leaks out of control’Read More: Govt asked to explain failure to stop SSC question paper leakRead More: 13 detained over SSC Chemistry question paper leak
Listen Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Metro Screenshot The Downtown District’s Bob Eury presented his ideas for expanded park and ride service before Metro’s Strategic Planning Committee.The Management District’s Transportation Committee is floating a new plan called Metro MAX. The proposal includes seven-day-a-week service from Metro’s park and ride lots with commuter buses running in both directions. Speaking before Metro’s Strategic Planning Committee, District Executive Director Bob Eury said a lot of people who live downtown now actually work out in the suburbs.“And it’s not all sort of the way it’s been where I live in the suburbs and come to work in the central part of the city,” added Eury. “The game has changed on us at this point.”Metro board member Christof Spieler said Houston already has the infrastructure in place to implement some of those ideas fairly quickly.“I think it would be a very worthwhile thing for us to do, to basically corridor by corridor, look at where are the low-hanging fruits in moving to this,” explained Spieler.And Spieler added that the I-10 corridor might be a good place to start.“It would be really great to have a transit center at Gessner and I-10 so that buses can stop there on their way to the Energy Corridor, which adds another major employment center to the mix,” said Spieler. “I could see a Memorial City circulator bus.”Metro said it’s currently reviewing the Downtown District’s suggestions as it develops a new regional transit plan. CEO Tom Lambert said they’ve also brought TxDOT into the discussion. 00:00 /01:05 X