Southern Maine Community College

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  • Autobiography Of My Childhood

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    I am 16 years old. My dog is a mix of Husky and Saint Bernard. My favorite flavor of cake is chocolate. I manage the wrestling team, and have since 6th grade. I own a Toyota T100. I have a 2 year old niece. I like roses. I want to go to college for business so I can own my own bakery. I have two brothers. My house looks like a log cabin on the outside, but it’s just a regular house on the inside. Though mint chocolate chip is my favorite flavor of ice cream, I love changing it up and getting different

  • The Dominican Republic : A Student Of The University Of Southern Maine

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    Since transferring to the University of Southern Maine from Colby College to become a student of the University of Southern Maine School of Nursing, I have been looking forward to the opportunity to travel to the Dominican Republic with the University of Southern Maine School of Nursing Dominican Republic Outreach Program. The Dominican Republic Outreach Program travels from Maine to the Dominican Republic every six months to provide basic health care and health education to residents who otherwise

  • Personal Narrative: Halley's Comet

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    Ergo 1986, we had Halley's Comet and all the documentaries and news articles said, "we were not ready for a Near Earth Asteroid or Near Earth Comet." Even though Halley's Comet didn’t come anywhere as close to the earth, in contrast to Skylab, hit the Earth, many people, including myself, started to fear comets and asteroids with Near Earth Orbits, even more than we did Skylab. Therefore, accompanied with a pension to watch sci-fi movies and documentaries that concentrated on near earth objects,

  • Massachusetts And Kentucky 's Temporary Assistance For Needy Families Post Secondary Reform Movements

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    Government Upper Iowa University April 23rd, 2015 1. What led to the success of Maine and Kentucky’s Temporary Assistance to Needy families Post-Secondary Reform movements? Maine is a small state that is not terribly diverse in it 's population. Ethnic and racial minorities make up just less that 2 percent of its population (U.S. Census Bureau). Maine has also been considered one of the more poorer states. Maine 's economy relies heavily on tourist seasons and with a slow economy, unemployment

  • Why Welding Is A Dangerous Job

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    Welding Most of the dangers in welding are related to the wielder. Others are due to the environment that they have to go to. In welding, most people can do most all things people would want to do. The four main types of welding are Shielded Metal Arc Welding (The stick or SMAW), Metal Inert Gas welding (Mig or GMAW), Oxyfuel Gas Welding (Oxyfuel or OFW) and Tungsten Inert Gas welding (Tig). Welding is also a great career path because it pays well. The only drawback to it is that the wielder will

  • Nurses Are Compassionate About Their Patients And Job

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    Nurses in Maine are required to at least go through two to three years of schooling to receive an associates degree. Associate degrees in nursing are offered through community colleges and hospital-based schools of nursing, such as Maine College of Health Professions, formerly known as Central Maine Medical Center College of Nursing and other health professions. I have heard that work places prefer a nurse to have

  • Carolina Flores's Life Analysis

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    Carolina Flores has had an extraordinary experience at Casco Bay High School. She had a passionate smile as she said, “I would redo my four years here again.” Her journey before a CBHS was different. Her 8th grade year everyone kept telling her only weird go to CBHS or it's a hard school. But her mother didn't wanted her to go to Deering High school because her older sister had a horrible experience at DHS. “My older sister didn't want me to same experience as she did in high school,” Carolina said

  • South Portland Community College ( Spcc ) Essay

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    South Portland Community College (SPCC) is located in the primarily White state of Maine. Southern Maine is more racially diverse than the rest of Maine, but still has only a 15% non-White population. Of the over 6,000 students enrolled at SPCC, less than 20% identify as non-White, and just 6% are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Queer (LGBTQ+) identified. To address the diverse needs of these traditionally marginalized student populations on campus, over the last several decades SPCC administrators

  • Lois Ann Hammersberg's Number The Stars

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    before dropping out in order to get married. The couple moved around a lot because of Donald's military career. Along the way, they had four children: daughters Alix and Kristin and sons Grey and Ben. Lowry was living in Maine with her family when she decided to return to college and earn her bachelor's degree

  • Maine Women's Re-Entry Center Case Summary

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    this time frame only administrative funds from STOP 14 were used; the award was made during the reporting period. Dues for the Association of VAWA Administrators (AVA) were paid, there were no association fees and no training costs were incurred. The Maine Department of Public Safety paid for the subgrantee monitoring function. The funds were used to pay 50% of the office space occupied, 50% of the technology costs, 50% of the telephone costs, and postage incurred by the STOP program by the Senior Planner