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The Ocean Exchange Mar 14
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DeSota Wilson Apr 27
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Rob Portman Jul 8
Good read from about how career & technical ed. creates meaningful opportunities for all students. Along w/ Sen I’ve taken the lead in helping students afford short-term training programs & closing the skills gap by introducing my bipartisan .
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Woken Token Jun 20
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PhoneClaw Jun 18
We're raising money for our startup with the Jobs Act and by promoting on social media. We're using LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram to generate leads. Here is our landing page
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Business Roundtable Mar 14
BRT is pleased Sens. Kaine & Portman introduced the . We look forward to working with Congress to improve the bill as it advances, particularly to improve rules on allowing the full range of Title 4 eligible providers to offer valuable training opportunities to students.
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Mina Mar Group Jun 28
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Rep. Anthony Gonzalez Jun 27
Without access to Pell Grant dollars to fund students interested in short-term and technical programs, the number of students in the talent pipeline is dwindling. The expands access so no NEOhioan is left behind. Thanks Cuyahoga Community College for supporting the bill!
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AndrewBuerger Jun 20
Since the was created in 2016, there's been $250 million raised for small business, especially women's and minority business. It's done through crowd funding sites.
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Rep. Anthony Gonzalez Jun 28
Closing the skills gap is good for NEO workers and our economy. Improving access to financial aid for technical education programs is critical to getting us there. Thank you, Venture Products, for supporting the !
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Rachel Unruh May 17
How do we respond to automation? says one important way is to support re-skilling by modernizing federal financial aid for flexible, responsive, short-term programs. Yes.
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Mina Mar Group Jun 24
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Kim LaFleur Apr 8
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Higher Learning Advocates Jun 27
There is some exciting momentum as the is introduced in the House. Let's expand options for by extending to students in high-quality short-term training programs.
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Lelle Lutts Hedding May 14
Inspiring talk with this morning for our meeting. I hope the work he has done on the gets the support it deserves. Give students a chance to choose a career in . Jobs are available today! Let’s get our students working!
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Jenner & Block May 22
Barbara Grayson, Debra Levin, Julie Olenn, Anne Brynn and Roni Cohen discuss certain changes brought about by the Cuts and and techniques to keep in mind when considering wealth transfer objectives in this client alert:
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Rob Portman Jul 5
Good read in about how my bipartisan will expand the Pell Grant eligibility to make programs more affordable & accessible for low-income students.
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Sandip Kale May 24
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The Startup Hour™ Jul 7
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Johnson Lambert LLP May 20
How does the & of 2017 impact exempt organization tax compliance? Find out tomorrow at John Huskins' session at the Not-for-Profit Accounting Conference:
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