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November Newsletter Items

Kissing Record

Which country set the record for the most people kissing in one place at one time? Mexico! Mexicans broke the record when 40,000 couples kissed in Mexico City on Valentine’s Day this year.

In addition to the kissing record, this [Read on...]

Census 2010 Offices Recruiting Now

Preliminary operations leading up to the 2010 Census are in full swing. The Census Bureau is looking for temporary, part-time, or full-time employees who know their local area. The next stage of census operations requires hundreds of people to visit homes, apartments, [Read on...]

Employment Opportunity

For our students and/or tutors who are interested in earning a little more money this winter, temporary, part-time, and full-time positions are needed to help prepare for the 2010 census. The following contains more information:

Census 2010 Offices Recruiting Now

Preliminary operations leading up to the 2010 Census are in full swing. The Census Bureau [Read on...]

Future Job Opportunities at the U.S. Census Bureau

The U.S. Census bureau has posted their new and varied paid employment opportunities which are available to everyone. The jobs include the following: Census Taker, Crew Leader, Recruiting Assistant, Crew Leader Assistant and Census Clerk. For detailed information call 1-866-861-2010 and follow the step-by-step instructions. TTY information at 1-800-877-8339. I tried it and it was very easy.

New Student Policy

Beginning this month, Project Read now needs new students to show proof of Utah residency before they can begin our program. This can be done by showing one of the following:

Utah Driver’s license

Utah State ID

Utah fishing or hunting license

Utah library card

Utility, house, or phone bill in the student’s name and uses a street address (not a PO box)

Current car registration

Utah [Read on...]

Using the Fall Elections for Instruction

It seems like the 2008 Presidential campaign has been underway for months, but the heaviest campaigning is yet to come. Once the conventions are held and Labor Day passes, the newspapers and radio and television airways will be jam-packed with information for voters.
The election coverage offers lots of opportunities for those working with adult learners.

ProLiteracy has compiled this extensive list [Read on...]

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