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OPPORTUNITY THROUGH SERVICE: 143D ESC PROMOTES ARMY RESERVE AT ORLANDOJOBS.COM CAREER FAIR
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Image by 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
ORLANDO, Fla. – Soldiers from the 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) engaged with thousands of job seekers during a career fair conducted Nov. 18, 2016, at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla.

Army Sgt. 1st Class Tarshekia L. McNear, operations noncommissioned officer, 143d ESC, and Army Sgt. Eddie J. Washington, logistics NCO, 143d ESC, collaborated with members of the Army Marketing Research Group, Florida A&M University Army Reserve Officer Training Corps and local recruiting battalions to educate their resume-wielding guests about the hundreds of career opportunities open to the U.S. Army’s enlisted and officer corps. McNear and Washington shared their first-hand knowledge and experience serving in the Army Reserve with scores of candidates who seek to serve their country on a part-time basis.

Hosted by Orlandojobs.com, the fair comprised almost 100 employers who attracted more than 3,000 applicants living throughout Orange, Brevard and Volusia counties. As the largest Army Reserve unit in Central Florida, the 143d ESC continually seeks self-motivated men and women in the local area to train, lead and mentor Soldiers.

The career fair is one of the many Army-sponsored events connected to the Florida Classic, one of America’s largest college football rivalry featuring two historically black colleges: Bethune–Cookman University and Florida A&M University. McNear, Washington and other 143d ESC Soldiers will actively participate in these community engagement activities leading up to the Nov. 19 kickoff at Camping World Stadium in downtown Orlando.

Photos by Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 143d ESC

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OPPORTUNITY THROUGH SERVICE: 143D ESC PROMOTES ARMY RESERVE AT ORLANDOJOBS.COM CAREER FAIR
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Image by 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
ORLANDO, Fla. – Soldiers from the 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) engaged with thousands of job seekers during a career fair conducted Nov. 18, 2016, at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla.

Army Sgt. 1st Class Tarshekia L. McNear, operations noncommissioned officer, 143d ESC, and Army Sgt. Eddie J. Washington, logistics NCO, 143d ESC, collaborated with members of the Army Marketing Research Group, Florida A&M University Army Reserve Officer Training Corps and local recruiting battalions to educate their resume-wielding guests about the hundreds of career opportunities open to the U.S. Army’s enlisted and officer corps. McNear and Washington shared their first-hand knowledge and experience serving in the Army Reserve with scores of candidates who seek to serve their country on a part-time basis.

Hosted by Orlandojobs.com, the fair comprised almost 100 employers who attracted more than 3,000 applicants living throughout Orange, Brevard and Volusia counties. As the largest Army Reserve unit in Central Florida, the 143d ESC continually seeks self-motivated men and women in the local area to train, lead and mentor Soldiers.

The career fair is one of the many Army-sponsored events connected to the Florida Classic, one of America’s largest college football rivalry featuring two historically black colleges: Bethune–Cookman University and Florida A&M University. McNear, Washington and other 143d ESC Soldiers will actively participate in these community engagement activities leading up to the Nov. 19 kickoff at Camping World Stadium in downtown Orlando.

Photos by Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 143d ESC

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Image from page 66 of “Smith Alumnae Quarterly” (1921)
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Identifier: smithalumn2122alum
Title: Smith Alumnae Quarterly
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Alumnae Association of Smith College
Subjects: News by/about College alumnae
Publisher: Alumnae Association of Smith College
Contributing Library: Smith College Libraries, College Archives
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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osition which, in designing and in constructing with a living,changing medium, she is only able to begin. I said when I started my training, I refuse to be a misfit. If I find some-thing I like and can do better in the way of a vocation, though my hair is whiteand my steps tottering Ill claim it. Well, there is yet time, but so farhere I am. West of Boston and New York, at least, there is still an uncrowdedfield of labor. I may sit at my typewriter making out bills and O. K.ing othersfor someone else to pay. I may consult with the most charming of clients.For six months of the year I may spend a part of every day out in the openmeasuring and staking and talking Ital-English with Mike and Tony andJoe, and when .11 the rest is done I can put in the bright colors and the finishingtouches with my own hands, and watch the whole thing grow and improve aslong as the client and I shall remain friends! Who has a more alluring job orone with such infinite varietv of occupation within its scope?

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The ex-Russian Chapel, now the auditorium of Uie New York Smith Clubhouse IS IT A SUCCESS, THE SMITH CLUB ON STUYVESANT SQUARE? That is the question people are asking about the New York Clubhouse. There are threeanswers, all in the affirmative: Seventy-five per cent of the rooms are rented on yearly leases, running from October toOctober. The remaining 25 per cent are taken on monthly leases or by transients. Transienttrade has outgrown the number of rooms allotted to its use and people away on vacations oftenarrange with the management to sublet their rooms. The famous cubicles have proved bothcomfortable and popular. The moral of this is: write ahead. The Smith Club Realty Corporation paid interest on its bonds in July and expects to do soin January. It expects to pay off the second mortgage within the year. Rents have been reduced once already, a reduction amounting to 83- per cent on yearlyleases. A certain number of bondholders are waiving their interest in order that the rent of

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