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Every year, the National Women’s History Project selects a unifying theme to be shared with all who want to promote women’s history.
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There’s an old, abandoned state mental hospital called the Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center in Dover, New York, about one and a half hours north of New York City. Everyone who lives in the area knows the stories about it being haunted.
In honor of the Labor Department’s 103rd birthday on March 4, here are some facts we bet you didn’t know.
My first job was at a small grocery store, and it was an important rite of passage for me. Like millions of teens who work part-time and during school breaks, I gained valuable skills from this early exposure to the world of work. My employers made sure that my work was safe and fairly compensated.
Let’s face it − navigating government services and benefits can be tough. And for those individuals whose primary language isn’t English, the process can be even more daunting.
Bertha Gonzalez not only appreciates fashion, she loves the work that produces it. “I love what I do.
As a medical librarian for Kaiser Permanente in Vacaville, California, Rachel Stark spends her days supporting patient care and patient-centered research. And like any librarian, when a call for information comes in, Rachel just needs a good source.
There is nothing that matters more to me than the safety and security of our students.
I officially took over as national director of Job Corps in November, 2014 and was tasked with modernizing and reforming the Labor Department’s single largest program. I’ve been preparing for the job for a long time – ever since my own adolescence, when I was a participant in a Labor Department-funded job training program known as the Neighborhood Youth Corps in New York.
Editor's Note: The following originally ran in the New Jersey Community College Consortium magazine. It has been published here with permission from the original author.