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  • College Athletes -- Pay for Play? Essay

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    that they are asked to instruct gives them an edge on others who may be looking to get the same job, and therefore offers these students summer jobs without the hassle that others face finding work.      Also student athletes are given a monthly stipend to spend while they are on road trips, to pay for their food, laundry, and other things. On average students are given 200-250 dollars a month, that they can choose to do whatever like with. If the students wishes to keep the money and put it into

  • Benefits Of A New Internship Program Essay

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    The second method we will utilize to promote our message will be through a variety of online resources. We are aware that students have a strong online presence, and that they utilize the web for everything, including internship searches. With that being said, we plan to increase our presence on top tier universities’ recruiting websites. On these employment websites, we will promote our internship opportunities and let students know when we will be attending their campus. Additionally, we plan to

  • The Ins and Outs of Internships

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    Internships are positions providing students with practical experience. The department can offer internships to students as volunteers or for academic credit. Departments employ interns during the school year and also in the summer. Students can earn work experience by participating in an internship. Interning in a field of choice will stand out on a students resume and help them with their job search after graduation. Participating interns gain on-the-job training that integrates education, career

  • Internship Benefits For College Students

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    Introduction: Having a college degree is no longer enough to ensure that you secure a job upon graduating (Huhman, 2011). Therefore expanding your college experience through internship opportunities will not only give you valuable work experience, you can make a significant impact using your skills and abilities in causes you are passionate about. Increasingly, employers value candidates that have the academic knowledge, leadership, and technical skills set that can be applied to solving complex

  • Stipends for College Athletes

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    It’s about time: Stipends for College Athletes Imagine being a college football star and finding out that a jersey representing your school with your name and number on the back is not only selling for $110 in stores nationally, but it is profiting higher than some professional sports jerseys. Now, imagine that you as that student-athlete will not be making a single penny off your institution using your name for monetary profit. Why you ask? Because according to the governing body of collegiate

  • No Stipend for College Athletes Essay examples

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    No Stipend for the Athletes When people think of college they automatically connect it to football or basketball, because these sports are a major part of any college’s means of funding and advertising. Athletics in college over the years has become increasingly big amongst the social media and people. Today you could turn on the TV and almost always see a college football or basketball game playing. With the increasing interest in these sports and their players, people are starting to question if

  • Should Faith-Based Organizations Be Responsible For Stipends?

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    of faith-based organizations to navigate the transition from volunteer staff to providing stipends to some staff members. If the transition goes well the organization will likely reach the next level. If it goes poorly the stipends can cause more harm than good. In my experience there are two predominate errors when it comes to starting stipends. The first is leaders who wait too long to start stipends. For example, the Executive Director trying to get one more year of growth from an exhausted

  • Collective Bargaining Agreement Analysis

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    The most recent Collective Bargaining Agreement between San Luis Coastal Unified School District and the San Luis Coastal Teachers Association contains clauses that are of substantial benefit to the district, though some of the clauses included are not. A close analysis of the agreement reveals a wide variety of stakeholders with varying needs, from the school board and administrative personnel to all regular permanent and probationary certificated employees (full-time and part-time), including,

  • Time Commitment : A Personal Experience

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    Ventura office to the workshop site • Maintain records/reports as needed such as attendance in a timely manner • Teach and Facilitate discussions • Be a liaison with staff Training: 2.5-day training workshop Time Commitment: 2 6-week session per year Stipend Available: No Peer-to-Peer mentor Purpose: To mentor people with lived experiences Requirements: • Personal experience having a mental illness and living well in recovery • Willingness to share one’s own experience with course participants • Participation

  • The Success Of College Sports

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    Title In the past few decades college sports have grown immensely in popularity nationwide, especially when the bigger events such as March Madness and the College Football National Championship arise. Even though the NCAA considers themselves to be a non profit organization, March Madness is such a huge event that in 2011 the NCAA made an agreement with CBS Sports and Turner Broadcasting System to let them broadcast the games until 2024 for $10.8 billion, but during March Madness they make almost