City Internships Announces New 2016 Summer Scholarship Competition

City Internships

Santa Monica, CA, March 25, 2016
City Internships offers four students scholarship places on prestigious Global Internship Program

Leading internship program provider City Internships announces the launch of a new student focused initiative, the 2016 Scholarship Competition, offering scholarships towards the summer Global Internship Program.

“Are young people prepared for work? 70% of educators say, ‘yes’. Less than 50% … Read more

AIDS & HIV [Infographic]

Awareness of AIDS & HIV

HIV AIDS Stigma Fear

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) and HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) are two conditions that have faced a lot of misunderstanding and panic over the years. Due a lack of knowledge and understanding at the outset, many of those who had the disease were very unfairly treated in terms of exclusion.

HIV and AIDS really came … Read more

Importance of Early Autism Intervention [Infographic]

Importance of Early Intervention for Children with Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder

It is widely known that our formative years are some of our most important ones developmentally. A child’s early years are when he or she learns basic cognitive functions as well as speech, physical hand-eye coordination and comprehension.

Did you know that today 1 in 88 children are identified with an autism … Read more

Fire Safety for People with Disabilities [Infographic]

Disabilities and Fire Evacuation Safety Guide

Fire Safety For Disabled

Fire is a thing that must not be taken lightly. In the United States alone, it kills roughly 3,400 people every year, while injuring more than 16,000 and causing property damage in excess of $11 billion. When it comes to escaping from fires, those with disabilities are especially disadvantaged and extra precautions must be … Read more

Save Money [Challenge]

Challenge of the Week: Save More Money, Spend Less Money

Money Saving Wallet

This is a follow-up to a previous challenge, Be More Aware Spending Habits, in which you were asked to become more aware of what you have been spending your money on, to understand the difference between your wants and needs, and to try and spend less on your wants … Read more

Avoid Facebook This Week [Challenge]

Challenge of the Week: Avoid Facebook

Facebook Website

Facebook is one of the best social media tools around and is very popular amongst many people of all ages. It allows you to connect with your friends, keep in touch with your past, and stay up to date with current events, not just in your friend’s lives, but allows you to share your … Read more

World Backup Day

World Backup Day: Don’t Be An April Fool!

Be prepared. Back up your files on March 31st

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Most people do not think twice about their data when it comes to taking photos, saving online documents, emails, etc. It is usually not even a thought on their minds to make a backup until the day they … Read more

Give Up A Bad Habit [Challenge]

Challenge of the Week: Give Up A Bad Habit This Week

Bad Habits Clean

Most of us would never know it, unless we are told about it, but we all have bad habits that we formed either in our childhoods or adulthood. The bad habit could be anything from biting fingernails, to smoking, to eating fast food, to drinking several sweet or sugary … Read more

Suicide Prevention – Be Aware and Care [Infographic]

My name is Helen O’Keeffe, Marketing Manager with HomeCare Plus. Depression and suicide in the elderly and infirm is often overlooked and I think depression is a subject we need to continually address for all age groups and people with and without mental illness. As a result, I have created an infographic entitled ‘Suicide Prevention – Be Aware & Care’.… Read more

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