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Recruit Or Die

Author : Chris Resto
ISBN : 1101216468
Genre : Business & Economics
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A guerrilla guide to getting the best college graduates to work for you—without spending like Microsoft, McKinsey, and Goldman Sachs Recruit or Die is the first practical guide to the entry-level recruiting game—which is very different from other kinds of recruiting and vitally important to every company, large or small. Traditionally, only large and powerful companies recruit on college campuses, scooping up the best and brightest. But small and young companies can also get top graduates—without a Wall Street budget—if they learn the secrets of America’s top recruiters. The key is understanding today’s college students: They aren’t just looking for money and perks. More important, they are looking for opportunities to stand out, move around quickly, and rack up cool experiences and achievements. Any employer can compete with the big companies on these intangibles. The authors share dozens of anecdotes and research on more than one thousand students that show how successful recruiters work their magic—and how unsuccessful recruiters blow it. They offer practical strategies and advice in each chapter, along with case studies. Based on their experience working with hot recruits and the elite companies that pursue them, the authors show how any company can conquer the campus.

Ashamed To Die

Author : Andrew J. Skerritt
ISBN : 9781569769577
Genre : Health & Fitness
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By focusing on a small town in South Carolina, this study of the HIV/AIDS crisis in the South reveals the hard truths of an ongoing and complex issue. Skerritt contends that the United States has failed to adequately address the threat of HIV and AIDS in communities of color and that taboos about love, race, and sexuality--combined with Southern conservatism, white privilege, and black oppression--continue to create an unacceptable death toll. The heartbreak of America's failure comes alive through case studies of individuals such as Carolyn, a wild child whose rebellion coincided with the advent of AIDS, and Nita, a young woman searching for love and trapped in an abusive relationship. The results are most visible at the town's segregated burial ground where dozens of young black men and women who have died from AIDS are laid to rest. Not only a call to action and awareness, this is a true story of how persons of faith, enduring love, and limitless forgiveness can inspire others by serving as guides for poor communities facing a public health threat burdened with conflicting moral and social conventions.

100 Things Nebraska Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author : Sean Callahan
ISBN : 9781600788352
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is one of the most storied and decorated football programs in NCAA history—since its inception in 1890, the program has claimed five National Championships, all of which are explored in this essential guide, along with the personalities, events, and facts that any and every Cornhuskers fan should know. The book recalls the key moments and players from Tom Osborne’s reign on the Nebraska sidelines from the 1970s to the 1990s—an unprecedented period that included 13 conference championships and three national championships—as well as the program’s early years and recent success under head coach Bo Pelini. Author Sean Callahan also includes the unforgettable players who have worn the Scarlet and Cream, including Johnny Rodgers, Mike Rozier, Tommie Frazier, and Ndamukong Suh. More than a century of team history is distilled to capture the essential moments, highlighting the personalities, games, rivalries, and plays that have come together to make Nebraska one of college football’s legendary programs.

C P Snow S Strangers And Brothers As Mid Twentieth Century History

Author : Terrance L. Lewis
ISBN : 1433106620
Genre : History
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This book studies C.P. Snow's eleven-volume series of novels ("Strangers and Brothers") as documents detailing the social and political life of mid-twentieth-century Britain, and points out the uses for the novels in the academic study of that time period. Both Snow and his central character, Lewis S. Eliot, started from unremarkable origins in terms of their mutual background in the lower reaches of the middle class, their dreams of success in their teen years, and their early professional education in a new, struggling academic institution in the mid-1920s. Neither could really be considered typical for men of their class. Eliot's working life would include being a very minor town clerk, a barrister, an advisor to a powerful industrialist, a Cambridge don, a moderately powerful civil servant, and finally, in early retirement, a writer. Eliot would befriend members of both the traditional and Jewish upper classes, scholars and brilliant scientists, powerful behind-the-scenes civil servants, second-tier British and Nazi politicians, financiers and industrialists, Communists, and writers and artists, providing a fairly broad overview of parts of the middle class and ruling elites of the periods. Snow's sequence of novels is therefore useful to the historian of twentieth-century Britain, both in understanding the period as it recedes away from common experience and in presenting the period in the classroom. Snow was a classic twentieth-century writer who presented a more balanced account of the British -governing classes- of the middle third of the twentieth century than did the upper-class (and would-be upper-class) or working-class writers of the same period. His novels provide an insight that every student of twentieth-century Britain must have on hand."

Semper Fi Do Or Die

Author : Keith Laufenberg
ISBN : 9780615161884
Genre : History
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Follow a group of young men as they go through Marine Corps boot camp in 1962, at Parris Island, South Carolina, during the Cuban Missile Crisis, in 1962, and then on to their duty stations and, for some, Vietnam. If you want to know what the Marine Corps was really like in the 1960's and those that served during this tumultuous time in history this is the book for you!

Vollst Ndiges W Rterbuch Der Englischen Sprache F R Die Deutschen The New And Complete Dictionary Of The German And English Languages

Author : Johann Ebers
ISBN : ONB:+Z156914005
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100 Things Bulldogs Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author : Jon Nelson
ISBN : 9781600784132
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Knowledge and memory are an important part of the fabric of being a fan. So are experiences. 100 Things also includes things fans should actually see and do before they join their heroes at the Pearly Gates. This book contains numerous tips and suggestions for enjoying a team on a different, more involved, level.

Dreams Die Hard Truth Sets Free

Author : Dave Stone
ISBN : 9781490804262
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In May, she was in awfully bad shape, and it was clear that her time was getting short. Nevertheless, when the end came, it took me by surprise. I had been sleeping next to her and waking up at every little noise. She went into the toilet to relieve herself and had a heart attack while on the commode. I heard her fall and called her, but there was no answer. Jumping up, I rushed to her. She had fallen against the tub, gashing her head, and was bleeding heavily. I couldn’t get her to wake up or completely stop the bleeding and had to leave her to call the emergency squad. After rushing back to her, I managed to stop the bleeding and held her in my arms, trying to help as much as I could. The emergency team still didn’t come, so I called again, rushed back, and held her some more. I reminded her she had said she wouldn’t leave me and begged her to hang on. She told me she saw the most beautiful white light she had ever seen and had to go to it. I could not see it and was devastated to think that she was dying. Much more recently, as I have read the Bible and discussed it with my pastor, I have learned that this was the light of Jesus she could see, because she was seeing in the spirit. I find it very comforting to know that she was going to be with him. Just after she stopped breathing, they arrived at the door and resuscitated her. She was breathing as we got to the hospital. However, shortly after she arrived in the emergency room, the doctor came to tell me that she was dead.

The Vermont Historical Gazetteer

Author : Abby Maria Hemenway
ISBN : STANFORD:36105004944000
Genre : Vermont
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100 Things Longhorns Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author : Jenna Hays McEachern
ISBN : 9781623689919
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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With trivia boxes, pep talks, records, and Longhorn lore, this lively, detailed book explores the personalities, events, and facts every Texas fan should know. It contains crucial information such as important dates, player nicknames, memorable moments, and outstanding achievements by singular players. This guide to all things Longhorns covers the team's first live mascot, the season they broke the NCAA record for points scored, and the player that caught every single touchdown pass thrown in the 1972 season. Now updated through the 2013 season, McEachern has provided additional chapters bringing the book up through the retirement of Mack Brown and the hiring of Charlie Strong, as well as the 2009 perfect regular season and trip to the BCS title game.

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