SCC Student Receives Highly Sought After Scholarship from North Carolina Health Information Management Association

first_imgErin Cahill, a recent graduate of Southwestern Community College was honored with a highly sought-after scholarship through the North Carolina Health Information Management Association.Cahill found out about the prestigious scholarship through SCC’s Health Information Technology Coordinator Penny Wells and decided to go ahead and apply for it because of her extraordinary GPA of 4.0. She doubted she would receive the scholarship, due to the fact that students all across the state of North Carolina would be applying, but to her surprise, NCHIMA emailed her with the news that she was the recipient of the $500 scholarship.While the scholarship helped her financially, Cahill cites the scholarship as something that helped her personally as well.“The scholarship helped my confidence in my future, and career, and showed me that hard work really does pay off, and that you should always keep your eyes on the prize,” Cahill said.Cahill was honored as the recipient of this scholarship at a luncheon for NCHIMA in Raleigh on May 3. As for future plans, Erin Cahill plans to take the RHIT exam, which would qualify her as an officially registered health information technician. She wants to work as a medical coder in the near future.For more information about the Health Information Technology program, contact Penny Wells at 828.339.4362.last_img read more

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Google bars AdSense publishers from using pop-under ads

first_img HomeDigital MarketingGoogle bars AdSense publishers from using pop-under ads Google bars AdSense publishers from using pop-under adsYou are here: Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019 Posted on 12th July 2017Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Google is shoring up its AdSense policies regarding pop-under and pop-up ads.On Tuesday, the company said it has clarified the policies around their use, explaining, “We do not believe these ads provide a good user experience, and therefore are not suitable for Google ads.”The basics of the updated policies:Google ads may not be loaded as pop-ups or pop-unders.Sites using pop-unders may not carry Google ads on any pagesThe gist of the change is that publishers using pop-unders will not be able to monetize their sites with AdSense.Additionally, AdSense publishers can’t use more than three pop-ups on their sites.From our sponsors: Google bars AdSense publishers from using pop-under adslast_img read more

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2009 NYC Draft Draw Released

first_imgPlease find enclosed documents in relation to the 2009 X-Blades National Youth Championships (NYC). Be aware that the Draft Draw may change due to factors including the following:·         Feedback from the Touch Football community·         We hope to have a showcase local school game on Field One sometime on Friday·         There may be the need the rotate the outside fields based on their condition and we will look to factor this in prior to releasing the Final Draw·         We hope to have as many Match of the Rounds on Field One although we wish for all teams where possible to be given the opportunity to play on Field OnePlease provide specific draw related feedback via your NYC Contact. This is to be passed onto TFA by Friday, 21 August 2009.Draft DrawDraw Structure and FormatFinals Structurelast_img read more

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first_imgAdvertisement Fellows will receive an industry pass to attend the Whistler Film Festival and Summit, where they will gain firsthand insight into the world of narrative short form storytelling through panel discussions, workshops pitches, networking events, and screenings with filmmakers and industry experts.Short scripts in all genres can be submitted for consideration. Writers must be Canadian citizens and of Indigenous descent. All rights remain with the filmmaker. WFF has no proprietary interest in any of the projects. The application deadline is August 30th, and the finalists and mentors will be announced in mid-October. Application details and information are available at Film Festival gratefully acknowledges the generous support and commitment to the Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship sponsored by Canada Media Fund, Creative BC and Eagle Vision, and is supported by the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler. Twitter Advertisement Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Whistler, B.C.: To support the voices of Indigenous Canadians, the Whistler Film Festival (WFF) has opened the call for applications for its 6th annual Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship. Formerly named the Aboriginal Filmmaker Fellowship, the four-day creative and business immersion experience will take place from November 28th to December 2nd during the Whistler Film Festival and Summit. The experience is open nationally for up to six emerging Indigenous Canadian film artists with short films, webisode projects or television pilots. The program is designed to advance Indigenous Canadian talent by focusing on strengthening and advancing short script projects by facilitating feedback from mentor filmmakers, broadcasters and industry leaders who are well-respected members of the Canadian film community.“The WFF Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship’s main focus is to support and highlight Indigenous stories and content creators from across Canada who are looking to advance their short form content from script to screen,” says Angie Nolan, WFF’s Director of Industry Programming. “The fellowship plays an important role in helping storytellers and their projects advance past the development stage.”Recent Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship success stories include: Allan Hopkins’ Indian Road Trip which grew from a short script into a feature and is currently in post production; Mary Galloway’s Unintentional Mother which was completed in 2016 with the assistance of the Foundation Artist of Choice Award, of which Mary was the first Canadian recipient, and world premiered at WFF 2017; and Daniel Foreman’s Raven and the Sea Wolf, which is part of an animated series of short stories now in production called Legendary Myths: Raven Adventures.last_img read more

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Rep Cole fight to lower auto insurance rates isnt over

first_img03Nov Rep. Cole: fight to lower auto insurance rates isn’t over Categories: Cole News State Rep. Triston Cole said he would continue the fight to lower auto insurance rates for all Michigan drivers.Cole voted in favor of House Bill 5013, which would guarantee lower rates for all drivers in Michigan – the state with the highest car insurance rates in the nation. The bill would have offered personal injury coverage options, fought fraud and abuse and reined in medical costs.The bill fell short in a vote late Thursday.“The current state of the auto no-fault insurance system is failing,” Cole, of Mancelona, said after the vote. “Everyone knows it. It’s disappointing a plan that would have brought much-needed reforms to the system was shut down.”Michigan’s costs are so high largely because it’s the only state mandating unlimited lifetime health care coverage through car insurance. The House plan allowed those currently using the coverage to keep it, and those who want it in the future to continue buying it – while providing more affordable options.“I will continue efforts to lower auto insurance rates with colleagues,” Cole said. “It’s a sad day when we vote against lifting the burden off many hard-working families.”The bill remains in the House.last_img read more

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