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DCS Talks, is a podcast production of the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services. The intention of DCS Talks is to promote dialogue among child welfare professionals, foster parents and the entire community about ways to prevent child abuse and neglect.
 
Talking Health in the 406, where we are one community under the Big Sky, is a communication on a variety of wellness topics designed to raise awareness of health issues that impact the daily lives of Montanans. Talking Health in the 406 is intended for everyone, all Montanans, their families, friends and those visiting our great state. Disclaimer: Podcast content does not necessarily represent the views of Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.
 
Get ready to be inspired by stories about people who are passionate about helping Kentuckians reach their full human potential! CHFS Community is a bi-weekly conversation with ordinary people doing extraordinary work at the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS). Join our community and watch for the Podcast Preview in your email so you'll never miss an episode. And while you're at it, tell your friends about the show. Until next time: Stay healthy, Kentucky!
 
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Hope + Healing Podcast

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Hope + Healing Podcast

National Indian Health Board + Native News Online

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Hope + Healing is a podcast for Tribal citizens and Tribal leaders who want to learn about health options that offer more care and better care to Indian Country. The host for the podcast is Levi Rickert, editor and publisher of Native News Online. In each episode, he is joined by one of the experts at the National Indian Health Board, a national nonprofit organization that provides a variety of health-related advocacy and technical assistance services to Tribes, area health boards, and feder ...
 
The Child Welfare Information Gateway Podcast shares the innovations, lessons, and perspectives from those working to improve child welfare system. Our mission is to help adoption, foster care, and child safety caseworkers by exploring new ideas and practices making a difference in the lives of children, youth and families. Child Welfare Information Gateway is a service of the Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
 
Join us as we bring together real adoptive families and adoption experts to showcase how unexpected and rewarding adopting a teen from foster care can be. Whether you're thinking about adopting from foster care, have already adopted, or are just looking to learn more, these stories and resources will help you navigate the process, with inspiration and information along the way. Brought to you by AdoptUSKids, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Fa ...
 
Looking to make a difference but don’t see how you can have an impact on your own? Business Forward helps tens of thousands of business leaders brief policymakers on how best to accelerate the economy and create jobs. With the help of more than 50 of the world's most respected companies, Business Forward is making it easier for tens of thousands of business leaders from across America to advise Washington on policy issues that affect their businesses. Business Forward is active in over 100 c ...
 
A podcast of in depth interviews with health leaders to share their experience and knowledge with future health leaders. For more information see our homepage: http://www.healthleaderforge.org Health Leader Forge is a production of the University of New Hampshire's College of Health and Human Services and the Northern New England Association of Healthcare Executives.
 
The Department of Veterans Affairs Human Capital Services Center proudly presents Are You Future Ready: AdVAncing Your Professional Development, a podcast about the skills you need to thrive at work and in life. In each episode Amy Parker, VA’s Chief Learning Officer, and learning leaders from across VA will share strategies you can use to develop essential skills like emotional intelligence, problem solving, and critical thinking. Listen in as podcast guests share insights gained from leadi ...
 
Getting To Work is the official podcast of NCI Works. NCI Works' mission is to work hand-in-hand with business, service, government, education and non-profit organizations to enable workers to work and businesses to compete. To learn more, visit http://www.nciworks.org/
 
If you’re looking for services created specifically for the aging population of Northwest Georgia—look no further. Designated by the Georgia Department of Human Resources, the Area Agency on Aging in Northwest Georgia coordinates programs and services designed to assist older Georgians in their desire to live in the community instead of a long-term facility. At your Area Agency on Aging, our number one concern is the health and well-being of seniors and elderly citizens of Georgia.
 
Between Games is designed to support community sport as another avenue for volunteer club administrators to gain some valuable information on club development, up to date sport and recreation information as well as relevant and topical issues. Proudly presented by GippSport, a Regional Sports Assembly in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. Supported by VicHealth and the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.
 
Let’s Talk About Race (LTAR), a new intergenerational, roundtable discussion of independent national journalists featuring rigorous conversations and analysis of news coverage and the role race plays in politics, government, economy, education, and health. LTAR currently airs on KBOO Community Radio in Portland, OR, and Pacific Radio NetworkLTAR brings independent journalists from all over the country from New Jersey to Texas and Pennsylvania with a home base in Portland, Oregon. The hosts b ...
 
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COVID-19 Immunity in Our Community

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COVID-19 Immunity in Our Community

iHeartPodcasts, ABC News, and the Department of Health and Human Services

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In COVID-19: Immunity in Our Community, a new podcast series from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, iHeartRadio, and ABC News, host Robin Roberts (Good Morning America) hears from Americans on the front lines: teachers, nurses, parents, and caregivers—many of whom were uncertain about the vaccines, and uncovers the scientific facts that convinced them to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated. Each episode will pair one guest’s journey with information from our country's to ...
 
In the world of economics, does a person’s well-being really matter? What is more important, social objectives or profit maximisation – or are they even compatible? During a trip to Burma in 1955, Ernest Schumacher pioneered the concept of Buddhist Economics, a set of principles based on the belief that the function of business is to supply goods and services for need and true well-being. Schumacher argued that Buddhist Economics could serve as a vehicle for human development to overcome sel ...
 
Welcome to “Camden City Senior’s Golden Podcast” bought to you by the Department of Human Services-Senior and Emergency Services Department. We are bringing you some of the greatest people that have paved the way for many in Camden NJ. We invite you to join us for some great memories, laughs, truths and special guests. Like, Listen, Follow and Subscribe to us on Spotify, Apple podcast, Google podcast, Anchor.fm. Remember “WE ARE CAMDEN STRONG”!
 
Paying for childcare is expensive. For families in the D.C. area, where I live, the average annual cost is $22,658. That’s absurd and, frankly, impossible to cover for many families. If you are employed and looking for assistance with childcare expenses, the government has a program to help. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers assistance in the form of the Child Care and Development Fund, which has state- and territory-specific allocations to assist with care expenses (ty ...
 
bOLDer People is a production of the University of Southern Indiana exploring the dynamic lives of older adults in southwestern Indiana and highlighting initiatives of the USI Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program. So, let’s listen, learn, and be inspired by their stories of triumph, love, uncertainty, perseverance and much more. Welcome to the bOLDer People podcast. This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Se ...
 
The Counter Tobacco podcast is a pre-produced, interview and research-based podcast dedicated to the eight million people that die from tobacco-related causes each year. This podcast aims to highlight the role the tobacco industry’s influence at the point of sale plays in tobacco use and tobacco-related harm. Episodes range from in-depth profiles of the demographics most affected by commercial tobacco to stories rooted in the history of the industry’s marketing tactics to coverage of what’s ...
 
The Firehouse Talk podcast is dedicated to preserving fire service history in general and firefighter stories in particular. Firehouse Talk is primarily focused on the human interest part of the fire service as opposed to strategy, tactics, apparatus and equipment. More information is on the website FirehouseTalk.com. The show is produced by Chuck Hampton, a former Battalion Chief who served over 37 years with the Dallas Fire Department.
 
“Careers in the Public Humanities” is a podcast exploring the broad range of positions and prospects open to humanities scholars beyond the tenure track. Produced by graduate students in the URI English Department, each episode features an interview with a scholar in the humanities who uses their disciplinary knowledge in unique ways. The series aims to inspire current and prospective graduate students to embrace cross-disciplinary learning and to consider engaging in research that serves di ...
 
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Immigration Nerds

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Immigration Nerds

Erickson Immigration Group

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Come join us beyond borders for all things immigration. Founded in 1978, Erickson Immigration Group provides comprehensive business immigration, global migration, and compliance solutions that enable companies to hire the best and brightest talent from around the world. We represent clients ranging from Fortune 500s to cutting-edge startups. Sectors represented by our firm include Technology (including CRM services, e-commerce, social and online news media, online entertainment and televisio ...
 
"Light 'Em Up" takes a deep dive on the criminal justice system, crime scene investigation and leadership. We take you under and behind the crime scene investigation tape to get at the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help us God! Justice comes to those that fight ... not those that cry!
 
Discussing public engagement in research into assistive living technologies. The podcast series comprises conversations between health services researchers, Museum experts and community members on wide-ranging topics relating to assistive living technologies including living with disability, ageing, conservation and ethics. Studies in Co-Creating Assisted Living Solutions (SCALS) is a five-year research programme (2015-2020) funded by Wellcome and led by Professor Trisha Greenhalgh of the Nu ...
 
Interruptions is a podcast hosted by Rev. Odell M. Cooper and Cathy Patton, two parents whose lives were Interrupted - one by gun violence and the other by autism. The hosts use their voices to Disrupt the Silence caused by inherited faith and family traditions, cultural and societal stigmas, and fear. Each episode openly addresses racial and economic disparities and the impact on mental health in communities of Black and Brown people. Their guests share personal stories about how their live ...
 
Becoming a parent is beautiful journey, but one that can also be full of uncertainty and stress. Add to that navigating a pandemic through pregnancy, birth and your little one’s first years, and the anxiety can be overwhelming. After all, it’s not just your health you have to be concerned about anymore. That’s why Dr. Veronica Pimentel – a practicing OB-GYN, pandemic mom, and fierce vaccine proponent – is here to discuss the facts about COVID, vaccines, and motherhood. In Labor of Love, Dr. ...
 
Your five-year-old is growing so fast and is demonstrating more independence each day. They may no longer look like a toddler, yet they still need your support just as much as they did when they were smaller. Your child needs to practice and build their skills in listening, empathy, communication, and problem solving in order to thrive in school and in life. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to cultivate a trusting relationship with their child in or ...
 
Working K9 case reviews ~ real-life stories of K9 warriors, crime fighters, protectors, and rescuers as told by their Law Enforcement, Military, and Search & Rescue Handlers and Partners. Your host is Sonja Nordstrom, a retired FBI Special Agent and a Handler and Trainer of Search & Rescue/Recovery K9s for 25 years. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/k9-top-tales/support
 
Your healthy relationship with your six-year-old is essential to their development. Through relationships, your child develops a sense of belonging. They come to better understand themselves through their interactions with you, their teachers, and their peers. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to grow a positive relationship with their child. Parenting is so important and each day presents new excitement and challenges. The tools offered in this podc ...
 
Your fifteen-year-old needs to take risks in order to exercise their responsible decision-making abilities. Also, their need to belong becomes even greater as they assert their independence. These challenges are a normal part of your teen’s development. Now is the right time to grow a trusting relationship with your teen and encourage them to manage their own actions, problem solve, and make healthy choices. Knowing effective ways to support your teen is not easy. ParentingMontana.org offers ...
 
Your fourteen-year-old is in the process of learning to manage strong feelings, understanding their increased expectations at home, growing friendships, and attempting to meet academic standards. All of these new experiences can feel overwhelming. Now is the time to build a trusting relationship with your child/teen and support them in managing their own actions, solving problems, and making healthy decisions. Knowing how to offer this parental support is not easy. Parents and those in a par ...
 
Ten years old -- already a decade of life! Engaging and connecting with your ten-year-old now will make a huge difference in how well they are able to navigate the next decade of their life. Children are more likely to learn how to manage their own behaviors, solve problems, and make responsible decisions when they are intentionally engaged. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to support their child in growing confidence, respect, and the ability to make healthy c ...
 
Your sixteen-year-old needs to be in situations where they can practice healthy decision-making skills. Involving teens in establishing family rules and expectations makes a huge difference in their ability to safely experience the world. There are simple things parents and those in a parenting rule can do right now to build a healthy relationship with their teen while encouraging them to manage their own behavior, solve problems, and make healthy choices. Parenting a teen is not easy. Join ...
 
As your seventeen-year-old matures, they will need to test their limits and the rules in order to internalize them. This can lead to power struggles, especially since at times seventeen-year-olds feel like adults. Parenting a teen is not an easy journey. There are small things parents and those in a parenting role can do today to foster a strong relationship with their teen while supporting them to manage their own behavior, solve problems, and make healthy choices. ParentingMontana.org give ...
 
Your eighteen-year-old is legally an adult, but your relationship with them is just as important as ever. Your conversations won’t end when they graduate; they will change. Allowing teens to make decisions now while parents and those in a parenting role are able to offer support, will make them more successful when they leave home. Now is the time to make the most of conversations you have with your teen. Being the parent you want to be for your teen is not easy. There are numerous things pa ...
 
Four-year-olds are actively working to make sense of their surroundings and engage with those around them. The relationship you have with your child forms a solid foundation from which your child can feel safe to explore the world. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to grow a trusting relationship with their child. Parenting is an exciting adventure that does not come without its challenges. The parenting process and tools shared in this podcast from ...
 
Four-year-olds are actively working to make sense of their surroundings and engage with those around them. The relationship you have with your child forms a solid foundation from which your child can feel safe to explore the world. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to grow a trusting relationship with their child. Parenting is an exciting adventure that does not come without its challenges. The parenting process and tools shared in this podcast from ...
 
Your thirteen-year-old is in the process of carving out their identity, and their measuring stick is often their peers’ opinions and approval. They come to better understand themselves through interactions with you, their teachers, and their peers. This is a critical time to teach your child/teen how to manage their own actions, problem solve, and make healthy decisions. ParentingMontana.org brings parents and those in a parenting role this podcast to provide a process and tools to support y ...
 
Your nineteen-year-old is in the process of learning and establishing lifestyle habits that will extend throughout their lifetime. Although your teen is considered an adult, they still have a lot to learn. Giving teens the chance to make choices now while parents and those in a parenting role are able to lend support, will make them better prepared when they leave home. Parenting a teen while also allowing them independence is not easy. Parents and those in a parenting role can do simple thi ...
 
Your nine-year-old is growing fast and is busy with friends and school. Supporting your child as they develop healthy skills, routines, and relationships is essential for their continued positive growth. As a parent or someone in a parenting role, you can choose purposeful ways to interact with your nine-year-old that build a strong relationship while developing their social and emotional skills. Now is the right time to support your child in growing their confidence, respect, and the abilit ...
 
Your twelve-year-old is working to assert their independence while still being dependent. They will naturally test limits and break rules. Although this is challenging for parents and those in a parenting role, it is a normal part of your child’s/teen’s development and necessary for their learning. Now is the right time to engage your child/teen in learning how to manage their own behaviors, solve problems, and make healthy choices. The information provided in this podcast from ParentingMont ...
 
As a parent or someone in a parenting role, you can choose to be purposeful and deliberate in ways you engage with your eight-year-old that build a healthy relationship while developing their social and emotional skills. Although your eight-year-old is growing more and more independent, they still look to you just as much as ever to navigate life. Now is the right time to support your child in growing confidence, respect, and their ability to make healthy choices. This podcast shares a paren ...
 
Challenges, chaos, threats and shadows are an innate part of our existence. How can we learn to interact with these elements of our world with peace and effectiveness, and exist in the garden of our minds and communities? Join Andy and Lev as they discuss practical ways to interact with the ever-present snakes in our world. Andy Prisco (he/him) is an acclaimed innovator and teacher of mental health crisis intervention methodology. He is the founder of national credentials and care system pro ...
 
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Welcome to this incendiary, investigative episode of Light ‘Em Up! As we wrap-up our multi-episode series where we’ve analyzed how nuanced and deadly policing the mentally ill has become – tonight, we dig deep into the killing of Brian Umana at the hands of 2 officers with the National City, CA Police Department (NCPD), near San Diego. Brian, 28, t…
 
Dr. Brian Hite, Founder and CEO of Begin Again Performance Psychology, joins the program to discuss how leaders and employees can perform at their best. Dr. Hite reveals a different way to think about motivation and the limitations of a reward and punishment approach to motivation. Dr. Hite also discusses his work as a stuntman and some of the proj…
 
In this episode of DCS Talks, Courtney Matthews, the Director of Independent Living at DCS is interviewed. The Independent Living program offers help to youth who are in foster care and who may turn 18 and as an adult will “age out” of the child welfare system. These services include creating a personalized transition plan with each child that addr…
 
Walking down the streets of San Francisco, today’s guest heard Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish and many other languages growing up. It was a desire to bring people together that propelled Child Support Enforcement Division Director Lily Chan Patteson to become a mediator in sixth grade. Later on, an undergraduate degree in criminal justice led …
 
Happy New Year to You! As we kick off our 4th Season, we are currently being downloaded in 98 countries – a fact that we are tremendously proud of and have worked extremely hard to achieve. Thank you for helping us achieve this momentous goal! On this premier, explosive, new episode, we drill vast, deep and wide to bring you the facts, not the fict…
 
In this episode, Business Forward welcomed Sarah Morris, Senior Advisor at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), for a briefing on the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program, the newly announced broadband maps, upcoming NTIA priorities, and steps businesses can take to get involved.…
 
Today’s guest is Program Manager Beth Jordan with the Children’s Mental Health and Recovery Services Branch at the Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities (DBHDID). We discuss her training and accomplishments from girl scout leader and horseback riding instructor to graduating from a clinical master’s program a…
 
Let’s Talk About Race (LTAR), is a new intergenerational, roundtable discussion of independent national journalists featuring rigorous conversations and analysis of news coverage and the role race plays in politics, government, economy, education, and health. LTAR currently airs on KBOO Community Radio in Portland, OR, and Pacifica Radio Network LT…
 
Let’s Talk About Race (LTAR), is a new intergenerational, roundtable discussion of independent national journalists featuring rigorous conversations and analysis of news coverage and the role race plays in politics, government, economy, education, and health. LTAR currently airs on KBOO Community Radio in Portland, OR, and on Pacifica Radio Network…
 
In this episode, podcast hosts Levi Rickert and Kristen Bitsuie welcome guest Adam Archuleta, who has over 30 years of experience working for the Department of Health & Human Services Indian Health Service agency. Together, they talk about Medicare and why it is essential to Tribes and their citizens. Medicare, unlike Medicaid, is federally funded …
 
From a law enforcement officer receiving a gunshot wound in a shootout to giving lifesaving care as an EMS provider, Francine continues her story, including how important AEDs and hands-only CPR have become in today’s society. Join host, Jennifer Van Syckle, with a new guest as we dive into Montana life and Montana stories. For resources, informati…
 
In this episode, podcast hosts Levi Rickert and Kristen Bitsuie welcome guest Angie Wilson from the Reno Sparks Tribal Center for a straightforward and jargon-free discussion of Medicaid and why it is essential to Tribes and their citizens. Medicaid provides health coverage to millions of Americans, including low-income adults, children, pregnant w…
 
We are ending the year with a revisit to our first episode of 2022 by reposting our sit down with Shanza Isom to discuss holistic well-being, mindfulness, and self-care. We think this conversation is the PERFECT way to start January, at a time when we’re all considering how we can better care for ourselves, and others, in the year ahead. Shanza Iso…
 
Too often, contracting is seen as a back-office function, even though many government programs are actually implemented with contracted service providers. In reality, contracting — and contracting reforms — can be a key driver of better results in human services, including for the most vulnerable families and individuals. We discuss specific steps …
 
Let’s Talk About Race (LTAR), is a new intergenerational, roundtable discussion of independent national journalists featuring rigorous conversations and analysis of news coverage and the role race plays in politics, government, economy, education, and health. LTAR currently airs on KBOO Community Radio in Portland, OR, and on Pacifica Radio Network…
 
Welcome to another edition of LTAR This is our Kwanzaa 2022 show- Now Kwanzaa is a nonreligious holiday that I have celebrated for decades- Kwanzaa is celebrated from Dec 26-Jan 1 -each day symbolizes principles -called the 7 principles for Kwanzaa. The panelist of LTAR picked a news event and connected it to one of the principles of Kwanzaa. These…
 
Episode 1 - Medicare & Medicaid in Indian Country This season, we are going to talk about the role that Medicare and Medicaid play in Indian Country and why that matters to tribes and tribal citizens. We plan to explain what Medicare and Medicaid are … how they work in Indian Country … and how using them can help tribes expand care for their tribal…
 
I hope you enjoy today’s discussion with Angela M. Kik, supervisor at the Emergency Preparedness and Response Branch with the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH). Kik is an RN with a passion for emergency preparedness, who has been on several strike team missions, most recently in Florida after Hurricane Ian. She shares fascinating insights…
 
Hope + Healing is a podcast for Tribal citizens and Tribal leaders who want to learn about health options that offer more care and better care to Indian Country. The host for the podcast is Levi Rickert, editor and publisher of Native News Online. In each episode, he is joined by one of the experts at the National Indian Health Board, a national no…
 
Kinship caregivers and families may be faced with needs, questions, and constraints that are different than those of resource foster care families. Child welfare agencies continue to address these unique needs through kinship navigator programs that help caregivers manage the foster care licensing process; connect families to available supports and…
 
It is great to be back with you! As we prep to close out another fantastic year filled with one accomplishment after another for “Light ‘Em Up” … which included new sponsorships … and new underwriters - we wanted to focus on what is most important to us other than searching out the truth. We wanted to take some special time to recognize you, our li…
 
In this episode, Business Forward welcomed U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Xavier Becerra and Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), for a briefing on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace Open Enrollment, Small Business Week of Action, and ways business leaders can get in…
 
From Getting to Work Podcast: This episode features an interview with coach, consultant, and author Oreste J. D’Aversa as he discusses the phenomenon of "quiet quitting" and "quiet firing." Discover what these terms mean, the problems that they create in the workplace, and how to address them. Oreste also shares advice for employers and employees a…
 
No longer just a ride to the hospital, ambulance services in Montana have come a long way, from using the local undertaker to an emergency department room on wheels. Learn more about Montana Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and how their role of care is changing in your community. Join host, Jennifer Van Syckle, with a new guest as we dive into Mon…
 
Leslie Hogue Hoffmann is Deputy Commissioner with the Department for Medicaid Services (DMS). Today we discuss her life, education and where our careers have crossed paths over the years. In addition to her other responsibilities, Hoffmann serves as a Medicaid racial and health equity champion tasked with ensuring that the program is diverse and in…
 
In this episode, Business Forward hosted a discussion on digital equity in education. In this conversation with Business Forward Executive Director Liz Fairchild, officials from the U.S. Department of Education discussed the Department of Education’s Advancing Digital Equity for All program, White House initiatives for advancing digital equity, and…
 
Welcome to this impacting episode of Light ‘Em Up! We are grateful to you for joining us. Please tell a friend about us! Remind them that they can find our full catalogue here on every major platform where you get your podcasts! How often do you see or hear where a person who is suffering extremely from some type of a mental health crisis which end…
 
As former Chief Resilience Officer for Louisville–Jefferson County Metro Government I was involved in discussions around equitable economic development, racial equity, homelessness, sustainability, infrastructure and the environment. Participating in homeless outreach during this time taught me that helping people reach their full human potential i…
 
In this episode, Business Forward and the Walton Family Foundation hosted a discussion on innovation in education and workforce development. In this conversation with Business Forward Executive Director Liz Fairchild, a panel of employers and leading innovators in education explored the role of education in connecting learners with in-demand skills…
 
In this episode, you'll hear about the efforts underway to close the digital divide in rural areas. Discover the growing importance of reliable connectivity for all areas of life, including education, telemedicine and flexible work. You'll also learn about digital equity and how people who live in rural areas can access financial assistance to help…
 
CLICK THIS LINK TO VOTE: VOTE TODAY - VOTE DAILY - PLEASE SHARE: https://www.landroverusa.com/experiences/events-and-sponsorships/defender-service-awards/vote/search-and-rescue.html October 21, 2022 – Today, Great Basin K-9 Search and Rescue was named a finalist among Search and Rescue organizations in the Land Rover ‘Defender Service Awards’. The …
 
In this episode, you'll discover dependable and affordable transportation options for those living in rural areas. Discover the difference between rural and urban models of public transportation, and some of the most common challenges facing transportation providers. You'll also hear about some of the biggest misconceptions that potential riders of…
 
Tonight, on this educational, empowering and explosive episode of Light ‘Em Up — our investigative journalistic focus is on the raw underworld of Confidential Informants or CI’s — a term that is often kicked around among the criminal element and the seedy underworld — but in the real-world very little is really known about CI’s and their intricate …
 
Continuing his story, Jacob Krissovich discusses his guide dog, Fife, including the process of applying for a guide dog, how guide dogs are matched to their owners, and guide dog retirement. Join host, Jennifer Van Syckle, with a new guest as we dive into Montana life and Montana stories. For resources, information, and more discussed in this episo…
 
Hillary Lantrip Croft has been part of the legal community for half of her life. Her father is a narcotics officer, and she took an early interest in criminal justice. At the age of 15, Croft became an intern at the Hopkins County Attorney’s Office and returned to her hometown after graduating law school. She’s come full circle as Assistant County …
 
Today’s guest is Dr. Jeffrey Fetter, the Chief Medical Officer for the New Hampshire State Hospital. Dr. Fetter is a board-certified physician in both internal medicine and psychiatry, and has spent his career caring for some of the most vulnerable patients in New Hampshire. The New Hampshire State Hospital is a secure, inpatient psychiatric hospit…
 
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