Tips That Will Help You Get a Job

one of the things that we really want to do is teach our students on how to move to the next step. So these guys are all going through college right now.  They’re getting their degrees, bachelor’s degrees or master’s degrees, maybe even a PhD out there in emergency management, but I really want to focus on those that haven’t really gone into the workforce yet.

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I’d Podcast That

I’m guessing you’ve had. The conversation goes something like this. I’ve got a great idea for a podcast. Maybe you had this conversation with yourself. Thoughts in the head, maybe you entrusted this information with a family member or friend. You jump online, you read a few blog posts, they reinforce your thoughts.

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The Emergency Managers Role in a Terrorist Attack

So terrorism has always existed in some form or fashion between tribes of people, right? Basically, it is a warfare tool, it’s also been legally defined by the FBI of what terrorism is. And so basically, terrorism is the unlawful use of violence and intimidation against civilians in the pursuit of political aims. And basically

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Creating A Successful Volunteer Program That Will Make You Proud

I want to share with you a speech that I did for an organization over at the American Red Cross regarding volunteer management and volunteer programs. The audio is not my favorite, although I decided I want to share this with you because I think, as students, you have to realize, number one, the potential starting out as a volunteer.

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EP 69 What is a Shake Alert? And Will It Save Lives?

Early Warning Labs is sort of part of the distribution platform and the automated responses in response to the earthquake early warning. So, our partners do a large piece of the hard work, actually monitoring and creating the raw data that goes into the earthquake early warning that we use.

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