employability, college recruiting, branding, student needs, career advice and so much more.
The event will feature a series of one hour discussion tracks, each hosted by a track leader with experience and expertise in the track topic. The agenda is determined by the participants, and the track leaders. Anyone can be a track leader, if you have a topic that you want to discuss, book a track leader ticket and mail us the topic, we will set up the rest. You will receive regular updates of topics and track leaders once you have booked tickets.
To date we have hosted over 150 events in 65 countries. The format always works, and participants leave energised with lots of new contacts and ideas to put in place. This is the place to network and learn from your peers, and everyone with an interest in college hiring.…
nior Olympic Track & Field Championship Meet - Gold Medals
---Broke National Senior Olympic Track & Field Meet Record for Discus Throw - 2003
5X Huntsman World Games Track & Field Meet Gold Medal Champion - Discus Throw
Multiple Gold Medal Wins in State Masters & Senior Olympic Track Meets in: California, Missouri, Kansas, Virginia, Illinois, Michigan, Tennessee, Florida, Texas, Indiana, Oklahoma, Colorado, Maine, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Louisiana and Pennsylvania.
21X Qualified for "All American" Status - Masters and Senior Olympic Track & Field Conmpetitions
New Mexico State High School Track & Field Championship Meet - Gold Medal Champion - Discus Throw
--Broke State Class "A" Discus Throw Record which stood for 17 years
--Established Discus Throw Record that stood for 22 years.
...no brag...just fact.
my event—the Discus Throw in track & field competition in high school.
Having broken several stadium records; the District & State High School Discus Throw record at the Class “A” Level at the New Mexico State Championship Track Meet—I became the target of a recruitment effort by several area universities. It was a new experience for me and besides being flattered the experience was instructive regarding the wooing process.
I eventually made a selection and I have to admit that besides the key aspects of the university I chose—the influence of the recruitment process experience factored into my final decision. So much so that it was mentioned as part of a research paper I wrote in graduate school entitled: “The Influence of the Recruiter on the Recruited in the Employment Process” by Valentino Martinez.
Photo - Discus Throw Article - Record Still Tops the Charts - Tino Martinez New Mexico State Class AAA Record set in 1967 Still Standing 1987 - Albuquerque Sunday Journal.2JPG…
tion here...translation...newspaper ads.
Much of this is because of the high volume of hourly workers and the assumption that many at that level aren't online. So, we still put ads with no way of tracking results or traffic.
The short of it is...I would like to insert an set of sms numbers linked to certain jobs. If you're interested in food and beverage, text xxxx, if you're interested in hotel, text xxxxx
This way we can at least track traffic and the ability to send a more informed campaign back to those who sent us a return text and maybe send them to an event.
I like the t-shirt idea also. sorry for the long message, but I'll try to track you down next week.…
decent grades. His class was a precursor to Algebra and what was to come in High School. At the time, I didn't think it was in my best interest to dive in so deeply and gain a real thorough understanding of it. A couple years later, I was singing a different tune and certainly 25 years later when I changed careers and went back to school, I wished I had retained what little I had understood.
Algebra? Who needs it? My children struggle with it, my friend's children struggle with it and I can remember, all too well, the pain. And through my academic pain, I can appreciate the work ethic it developed within me, the ability to conquer something that was difficult, that seemed bigger than I. And while I rarely use Algebra today (notice the respect it commands as I capitalize it), I have learned to remember it with the earthy dignity of pencil shavings and non-erasable frustrations.
When I went back to school to get my business degree, I had the unfortunate necessity to conquer multiple financial management classes. It was purely and simply hateful. Seriously. And, today I am required to pound out a budget and stick to it. Conquering hate: endless endeavor.
Work requires us to produce. If you are are not producing, are you worthy of that paycheck? Are you happy with the result or lack of result? My core needs deem it necessary that I bring value to the company where I hang my hat, the CEO that signs my check. If I lack, if I walk instead of run, if I am found wanting, if I fail, than I am not worthy of reward.
Recognizing your own value is not as difficult as remembering the quadratic equation. Maybe sometimes, it is. Acting on that worth is a must. Most folks need more than your word. Prove it.