Career

“Learn While You Earn:” Upgrade Your Career While Working

Crown Heights Career Hub, an innovative employment training program for the Anash community is launching a brand new “earn while you learn” program geared specifically for working Anash men. Full Story

DO YOU WANT TO UPGRADE YOUR WORK SKILLS BUT DON’T HAVE THE TIME?

ARE YOU STUCK IN A DEAD-END JOB THAT YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO QUIT?

CH CAREER HUB PRESENTS THE BRAND NEW EVENING “EARN WHILE YOU LEARN PROGRAM” FOR WORKING ANASH MEN !!!

ONLY 2 NIGHTS PER WEEK REMOTE CLASS TO UPGRADE YOUR JOB SKILLS FROM THE CONVENIENCE OF YOUR HOME !!!!!

-Men’s Microsoft Office/Sales/Business Management Course

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Why Mariah Carey Went By ‘Debby’ Early In Her Career

Mariah Carey has a lot of different nicknames. Everyone knows her by her name, her fans call her “Mimi,” and her immense talent has led to people calling her “The Voice” and “Songbird.” You have to be a pretty big diva to live up to these names, and Carey has certainly done so, from her extravagant backstage demands to her memetic feud with Jennifer Lopez.

At the same time, she has the talent, and she’s put in the work, so her fans — dubbed Lambs — are willing to eat up whatever Mimi serves them. But Carey might not have

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High school baseball: All-time career home run leaders

Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa thrilled Major League Baseball fans in 1998 with their race to break Roger Maris’s home run record. High school baseball has its own version of the McGwire-Sosa battle when Jeff Clement of Marshalltown (Iowa) and James Peterson of Winterset (Iowa) competed in 2002 to become the nation’s all-time home run leader.

Clement entered his senior season with 59 career home runs, including 21 in both his freshman and sophomore season. Peterson, meanwhile, started his junior season 12 home runs behind Clement, but closed the gap to one, 59-58, after out homering Clement 28-17 during their

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Outgoing Madison superintendent Geoffrey Thomas reflects on 37-year career

Photos of Dr. Geoffrey Thomas throughout the years courtesy Madison School District 321

REXBURG — To those who know Madison School District 321 Superintendent Dr. Geoffrey Thomas, it’s clear that the pursuit of education, both to himself and others, is very important.

After decades of teaching, himself being taught, and overseeing the teaching of others, the longtime administrator plans to retire and turn over the leadership of Rexburg’s school district to someone new.

To Thomas, education was about giving students the chance to grow, learn, and develop in their own way.

“Most times, if you open the door, people will

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Photographer Chris Burkard talks ambition, Iceland and taking career risks

Chris Burkard started his career as a surf photographer and has since branched out into other types of photography and filmmaking.
Portrait by Ben Moon

Chris Burkard began his career with a simple goal: become a photographer and use his job to see the world he couldn’t afford to see otherwise. He succeeded in short order, becoming one of the planet’s most sought-after surf photographers, with assignments taking him to tropical paradises from the Caribbean to the South Pacific. But the devout Latter-day Saint soon realized that amid his regular trips to vacation destinations, something was missing. He tried to

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How Brexit ‘tore away’ one man’s life and career plans

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In the UK, a country where three out of five people can’t speak any language other than English, the fact that Nick Pawley is fluent in both German and French makes him a bit of a rarity – part of an exclusive 18 percent of Britons.

His decision to study foreign languages, which he pursued during university, was always led by a passion and curiosity for “the world beyond the country borders,” as he calls it.

After a journey of “self-exploration” in Germany and France consolidated his love for Europe, Pawley embarked on a Master’s degree in European political

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