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1. Hyatt Carmel Highlands Concludes Extensive Renovations with Centennial Anniversary
July 24, 2017

Hyatt Carmel Highlands, the acclaimed northern California hotel overlooking the Big Sur Coast with just 48 luxuriously appointed guestrooms, announced the completion of one of the most exciting transformations in its 100-year history. Carmel Highlands, CA, July 24, 2017 — Hyatt Carmel Highlands, the acclaimed northern California hotel overlooking the Big Sur Coast with just 48 luxuriously appointed guestrooms, announced the completion of one of the most exciting transformations in its 100-year history. Originally opened as the Highlands Inn, the hotel now features a remodeled lobby and re... (read more)

Author: John Paul

2. Polland & Sons Remains the Best Appliance Repair Denver Service Provider
June 01, 2017

There remains no doubt that in today’s world; science and technology have made one’s life easier than ever. Appliances and gadgets are those gifts of science that helps one to get the job done quickly. It is important to note that in this era one is simply surrounded by appliances. When an appliance malfunctions, one truly requires to get it serviced as soon as possible. If one is looking for high quality appliance repair service, then one’s ultimate destination is Polland & Sons. Over a significant span of time, this come has been providing top class service in terms of ... (read more)

Author: Sumanta Dutta

3. Harbor Light Hospice Provides Access to End-of-Life Care in Centennial, CO
April 21, 2017

Centennial, CO - Harbor Light Hospice , a professional hospice care provider based out of Illinois, extends their devoted hospice service to Centennial, Colorado . The team of professionals at Harbor Light Hospice strives to ease the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients facing a terminal illness. Harbor Light Hospice is devoted to improving creating the best quality of life possible for both the family and patient, providing comprehensive support through dedicated hospice caregivers. The Hospice Team at Harbor Light Hospice is committed to providing caring and compassi... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. US National Park Service Celebrates Centennial
August 25, 2016

Exactly 100 years ago, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson created the National Park Service. The goal was "to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wild life therein and to provide for the enjoyment of the same." Today, the National Park system maintains 412 places all over the country, covering more than 34 million hectares of land. These areas include national parks, monuments, battlefields, military parks, historical parks, historic sites, lakeshores,...... (read more)

5. Monterey Symphony's six-concert season opens in October, celebrates Shakespeare, Big Sur
August 17, 2016

The magic of one of the world's most-celebrated coastlines was the inspiration for Big Sur: The Night Sun, an original piece by Emmy Award-winning composer John Wineglass that will highlight the first of six concerts comprising the 71st season of the Monterey Symphony. Monterey, CA, August 17, 2016 - The magic of one of the world's most-celebrated coastlines was the inspiration for Big Sur: The Night Sun, an original piece by Emmy Award-winning composer John Wineglass that will highlight the first of six concerts comprising the 71st season of the Monterey Symphony. The three-time Daytime ... (read more)

Author: John Paul

6. Quilts Honor US National Park Service Centennial
June 11, 2016

To commemorate this year’s 100th anniversary of the U.S. National Park Service, 148 fiber artists have created quilts honoring many of the breathtaking public lands. Members of Quilters Unlimited in northern Virginia recently displayed their contributions, with subjects ranging from Yosemite National Park's giant sequoias to the Grand Canyon's nearly 2-kilometers-deep gorge to the Everglades National Park's wetlands. VOA’s Jessica Berman reports.... (read more)

7. US National Park Centennial Celebrated in Quilts
June 10, 2016

This year marks the 100th birthday of the U.S. National Park Service, which oversees hundreds of breathtaking public lands across the country. They range from the giant sequoia trees of Yosemite National Park in California, to the panoramic views of Arizona's nearly 2 kilometer-deep Grand Canyon, to the wetlands of Everglades National Park in Florida. To commemorate the anniversary, a group of quilters displayed fiber art celebrating each national park. VOA's Jessica Berman reports.... (read more)

8. Hyatt Carmel Highlands Celebrates 100 Years With a Centenial Facelift
December 29, 2015

Enhancements to include renovations to Pacific's Edge restaurant and hotel guestrooms Carmel Highlands, CA, December 28, 2015 - The renowned Hyatt Carmel Highlands, which overlooks the Big Sur Coast and features 48 luxuriously appointed guestrooms, prepares for its centennial anniversary with one of the most exciting transformations in its history. The hotel's award-winning restaurant, Pacific's Edge, along with the guestrooms, bar and lobby area will undergo a series of upscale enhancements inspired by the property's refined charm and classic seaside sett... (read more)

Author: John Paul

9. Year-long observance to honor U.S. suffrage martyr launched
October 15, 2015

There’s an increasing buzz about the “Suffragette” film that features the early 20th century women’s suffrage movement in England. The film has opened in the UK and is expected to be released on October 23 in the United States. “The United States has a parallel story that’s just beginning to emerge after a century of relative silence,” according to Marguerite Kearns, a journalist and granddaughter of NYS suffrage activist Edna Buckman Kearns. CENTENNIAL OBSERVANCE FOR AMERICAN SUFFRAGE MARTYR Marguerite Kearns is also co-chair with author Robert P.J. Cooney Jr. of the national c... (read more)

Author: John Doe

10. What Is Comprehensive Auto Insurance?
July 15, 2015

Comprehensive auto insurance plans, or discounted insurance policies that offer valuable and potentially financially life-saving security, are fairly common nowadays, especially as a form of coverage for younger drivers. Despite its name and the fact that it covers things like car theft and damage to auto glass in Centennial, CO, and elsewhere, comprehensive coverage is not totally comprehensive in that there are important things that are not usually covered under these plans. The following is a guide to how these insurance plans work and what exactly they typically cover as well as refus... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

11. Canadian navy throws centennial party in victoria - loader axial hydraulic pump - filter making mac
June 30, 2015

VICTORIA, Canada, June 11 (Xinhua) -- The Canadian navy started its centennial celebrations Friday by staging an international fleet review.The event, held in the western port of Victoria, involves 12 warships more than 8,000 visiting troops from other navies.It was sunny and locals witnessed all the pomp and ceremony associated with maritime forces worldwide in a full-uniform parade, the unveiling of a Centennial statue called "Homecoming" depicting the reunion of a child and her naval officer father, and a flyover by the famed "Snowbirds" squad from the Canadian Airforce.With participation o... (read more)

Author: wang dong

12. Why Grad School isn't a Refuge
January 26, 2015

It's an unfortunate cultural trend that college or university graduates returning to education after graduation are viewed as delaying adulthood, refusing to enter the real world in lieu of the safe space that is school. The reality is that realizing that a slog through a difficult job market when you lack necessary credentials is a waste of time and resources, and choosing to upgrade those credentials is one of the more adult decisions a young student can make. It's a reality in a crowded job market such as this that you need to stand out, and a post-graduate degree can move your resume to th... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

13. A Grad School Survival Guide for The Working Professional
January 18, 2015

It's a tough time to be a graduate seeking work, and if you're decided to go back to school for an Undergraduate Degree Program, you've taken a solid, career-enhancing step to put yourself above the crowd. But school will be pointless if you don't enter it with the right attitude. Here's what you need to know to make the most of your second, more focused dip into the post-secondary world: Don't quit your job, if possible If you're in grad school, it means you've had trouble finding the kind of work you want. If you're doing shift work, or part-time jobs, then it's still possible to earn ... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

14. Joint Programs Give Post-Secondary Students Double The Education
January 18, 2015

As you search for your ideal path through the world of post-secondary education, you may be confronted with the dilemma of choosing college or university, and the unique experiences offered in each. Fortunately, both institutions understand the need in the current job market for the skills the other one possess, and have offered a way for students to have it all in the form of joint programs. These specialized programs represent a partnership between a university and a college, and have students participating in a bachelor degree program at the university, before heading to the college for a p... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

15. How to Organize Your Life in College
January 18, 2015

Thinking about getting a career-oriented education at a Community College when high school is over? Or perhaps you're already enrolled, and are leaving soon. Either way, it will be a challenge, albeit a rewarding one, and you need to be ready. There's a lot of advice on how to prepare floating around the 'net, but I'm going to keep it simple, and base it on my own experiences navigating the college world. Decide right now if you're working or not This is an important decision to make, because it will shape your time and money situation for the rest of the year. There's ups and downs to b... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

16. How to Make Your Continuing Education Experience Worthwhile
January 15, 2015

In the constantly changing professional world, it's advantageous and even necessary to keep your skills up to date, and learn new talents for the sake of staying competitive. This is one of the reasons for college Continuing Education programs to exist. They come in several different forms, including weekend, evening and digital format, but all contain the same idea: Students learning the newest skills, practices and technology by engaging in practical on-your-feet learning. If you've decided to take the plunge into continuing Toronto Education, you may want to make sure your time and effort i... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

17. How a Four-Year College Degree Can Help Your Career
December 24, 2014

Far from being separate institutions, colleges and universities communicate and learn from each other, and have begun to influence each other's programming. Universities are becoming more practical, and colleges are seeing the value of extending their programs to include a theoretical foundations. This has led to a special sort of college degree, a four-year bachelor program that offers students the hands-on abilities needed to get the job, combined with a foundation of knowledge that allows them to use those skills with confidence. This type of degree program is available in Toronto, and can ... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

18. Myths About Post-Graduate Programs, and Why You Should be Taking One
December 24, 2014

I'll start this off with an overall misconception I'd like to smash: Returning to school after graduation is not a sign of failure. Returning and taking an Undergraduate Degree Programs is frequently necessary to get the best possible career, and I'd consider it an investment in your future. Speaking as someone who managed to achieve success through a post-graduate program, here's some things you should consider. It's not about running back to safety That's the preconception you have to confront, and I have to deny, having been there myself. There's this backlash against post-graduate st... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

19. Four Ways to Make The Most Out of a Joint Education
December 23, 2014

First, a primer on what a joint program is, if you don't know. It's a unique sort of post-secondary program that allows you to participate in both college and university education, by taking a Bachelor's Degree Programs that involves classes at both schools. You'll get the theory from university, and the practical from college. Schools like Centennial College offer these programs in association with universities like Ryerson and the University of Toronto for programs including Journalism, New Media, and Paramedicine. The benefits of this unique combined experience should be obvious, and if you... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

20. Five Reasons to Curb Your note-taking in College
December 23, 2014

If there's one thing it's assumed you're going to be doing a lot of during your post-secondary education, it's note-taking. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself why you're taking them? Perhaps it's to ace the next test, or as references for your eventual career. Well, based on my own college experience, I can say there's a good chance you're hitting the notes too hard, and you need to ease up and spend more time listening, especially if you're at a Community College, where the emphasis is more on practical skills. This isn't to say that you should never take notes, but you should definite... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

21. Four Types of College Programs You Probably Didn't Know About
December 22, 2014

Everyone has a right to an education, no matter what your situation is. If you're looking to get your career moving, or enhance what you already have, then a college education can give you the practical background you need to succeed. But not everyone's situation is the same, and a traditional few years of college courses may not suit your needs. Fortunately, college programs in Toronto, such as those offered at Centennial College, are nothing if not flexible, and there are several alternative ways to get that education, including… 1) Fast Track If you already possess post-secondary cred... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

22. Continuing Education in Culture and Heritage Site Management - Points You Need to Consider
December 15, 2014

An advanced diploma in culture and heritage site management offers you a professional understanding of diverse relationships between culture, history, heritage, tourism and business. The curriculum lays a strong emphasis on major cultural and heritage issues, educational values of cultural tourism, aesthetic values of historic artefacts and environmental connection with natural sites. Centennial College's one-year culture and heritage management course combines both theoretical and practical understanding, preparing you for careers in the areas of heritage interpretation, conservation, pr... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

23. Post Graduate Programs: The Next Step in Your Career
December 04, 2014

If you're in your last year of your Undergraduate Degree Program in College, with your exams, final assignments, and graduation looming, you could find yourself too busy to take a moment to ask yourself a very important question: “What now?” What does your post-graduate life look like? Do you have the skills and focus needed to land that dream job? Or do you think you need a little bit more? If you're looking to specialize your existing education, or even refocus into another subject area, a post graduate program may be for you. Postgrads are short, running about a year in length, and focus on... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

24. The Benefits of a Summer Postgrad
December 02, 2014

Perhaps you've graduated college already, and want to focus your education further. Or maybe you've been in the job market for a few years, and are looking to enhance your personal brand with some further accreditation. Either way, if you're thinking of taking a postgrad, there's another potential advantage to consider. Several graduate programs in Toronto, such as the ones at Centennial College, have the option of a January start, with the second semester stretching into the summer. Anyone that comes from a traditional high school background probably has an almost instinctive fear of summer s... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

25. Green Energy - The New Career Option
December 02, 2014

"A major part of my work involves consulting on and installing green energy systems. I never thought that the alternative sources of energy would be such a big hit until I started working. I'm now proud of my decision of studying energy engineering because I'm in a better position to help clients than my other colleagues." Mark says. Mark enrolled in Centennial College's two-year diploma program in energy systems engineering technician in 2010. Though his parents tried to convince him to study computer science but he was keen in becoming a part of ever-growing green energy market. ... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

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