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Jessica Nagra
about 2 months ago

Tech Support Virtual Internship

GAO Tek Inc. is currently hiring virtual tech support interns! This is a great opportunity for students and new graduates to gain hands on work experience remotely.

If you are interested please send your resume to HR-Canada-TeamF@Gaotek.com with "Attn. Teodora" in the subject line.

#nowhiring #technology #techsupport #tech #students

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Jessica Nagra
2 months ago

Chinese Speaking Virtual Internship

GAO Tek Inc. is currently hiring virtual Chinese speaking interns! This is a great opportunity for students and new graduates to earn hands on work experience remotely.

If you are interested please send you resume to HR-Canada-TeamF@Gaotek.com with "Attn. Teodora" in the subject line.

#nowhiring #bilingual #Chinese #internship #tech #engineering #students

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Jessica Nagra
3 months ago

HR Virtual Intern

GAOTek Inc. is currently hiring virtual HR interns! This is a great opportunity for students and new graduates to earn hands on work experience remotely.

If you are interested please send you resume to HR-Canada-TeamF@Gaotek.com with "Attn. Teodora" in the subject line.

#nowhiring #hr #humanresources #internship #students

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Eleana Bowman
Community Specialist
4 months ago

Did you know Amtrak offers opportunities for students?

The #Amtrak Management Associate Program is a 1 - 5 year commitment, which includes training rotations with relocation that will familiarizes students with the wide range of business activities across the Amtrak organization!

The purpose of this program is to develop high potential participants by providing skills and experiences to prepare individuals for leadership positions. Learn more here.

#careerdevelopment #students #jobsearch

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L.J. Morgan
over 6 months ago

Kellogg offers “Student Support” roles for students and entry-level job Seekers.

Kellogg is working to make it easier for people to get into the workforce. They’re offering “Student Support” roles, which are designed specifically for students, new graduates, and entry-level workers. Check it out: http://www.kelloggcareers.com/global/join-our-team/apply.html

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Hasnia Mabrouki
over 6 months ago

need help

hello can you help me .i am a new member in this great site..i look for students who want learn Arabic language..thank you

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Laura Nicholson
over 6 months ago

Because I live working with students

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Find Your Future LA
over 6 months ago

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Emma Smith
6 months ago

about the current global problem

10 hints on conversing with kids about race and prejudice

As youngsters, a significant number of us was shushed or reprimanded by grown-ups at whatever point we brought up individuals' disparities, for example, skin and hair tone. Or on the other hand, we may review an instructor suddenly finishing the discussion when an inquiry with respect to race or prejudice was raised in the homeroom. From these collaborations, we probably discovered that discussing race wasn't right. At the point when instructors and guardians try not to discuss the inquiries and concerns kids have around race and bigotry, it can additionally propagate errors, inclinations, and racial unfairness.

In view of these discussions and my own insight as a mother and teacher, here are 10 Hints to help you on this excursion.

Analyze your own comprehension of race

On the off chance that race wasn't examined in your family growing up, do some examination all alone and ponder what it raises for you. The more you comprehend what race means and how it penetrates our general public, the better prepared you are to show your youngsters it. Also, check out some feature and documentary films about racism and discrimination. This will help to better understand this problem. For example, here https://www.mikethefanboy.com/5-movies-to-watch-to-educate-students-about-racism/ you can read the recommendations of movies to watch to teach students about racism. Don't forget to get information from different sources. Only then will you gain an understanding of the issues of discrimination and racism.

Become alright with wording and acquainted with how certain ideas are utilized

For instance, race and culture are not equivalent. It's critical to be unequivocal and give kids precise terms so they can figure out how to apply them.

At the point when your kid raises a theme identified with race, don't be hesitant to make a big difference for the discussion

This tells youngsters it is alright to discuss what they notice. Rather than advising children to stay silent, abstain from utilizing specific words or mention explicit objective facts for all to hear, converse with them. Ask them what they saw and talk about it.

Discover freedoms to pose inquiries

For instance, when perusing a book to or with your kid, ask them for what valid reason somebody is being dealt with a specific way? Is it on account of their sexual orientation or skin tone? Give this lead access to a rich discussion.

Allow youngsters to start to lead the pack

While I suggest that guardians purposefully start discussions about race and bigotry, youngsters will frequently raise these considerations all alone as well. It's imperative to invest energy on what they've taken note. Approve their inquiries or perceptions ("that is a particularly incredible perception… ") and afterward move into a conversation. Explanations and questions, for example, "I'd love to hear more about that," "That is truly fascinating, what made you think about this?" or "How did that cause you to feel when that occurred?" are useful approaches to extend your discussions.

Include your youngsters in exercises to assist them with learning their own social, racial and ethnic foundations

This will assist them with building up a more prominent feeling of what their identity is, which will at that point empower them to make more good associations across different racial-ethnic gatherings.

Assist your kids with intuition basically

It is regular for youngsters to zero in on concrete and noticeable highlights to portray others, for example, skin tone or accepted sex. Challenge them to consider other significant individual measurements. For instance, if your youngster alludes to a companion as "my white companion" or "my earthy colored companion," request that they disclose to you more about their companion (e.g., "What does your companion like to do?" and "What sorts of things do you play together?").

Perceive your kid's cutoff points and realize when to stop Contingent upon age and abilities to focus, discussions with kids about these points may just most recent a moment or two.

Start a book club or discussion bunch with different guardians who are keen on figuring out how to chat with their kids about race.

Sharing difficulties you experience will standardize the trouble in discussing socially charged points.

It's alright to commit errors!

Numerous guardians didn't grow up talking about race or prejudice, so there is a serious steep expectation to absorb information. You will stagger over your words and may share wrong data. Tell your youngster you are as yet sorting out some way to discuss these significant subjects as well, that learning is a long lasting interaction which you are focused on and that you are so upbeat you will have these discussions together.

#education #students

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