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  • Top Sessions at San Diego Education Conference Shed Light on Industry Pain Points

    Hearing Sir Richard Branson’s take on innovation, watching the audience sit entranced as Janice Driver drew on her law enforcement background to present ways to better communicate, the opening night Rock the Block party and close to 200 veterans who took part in our first NAAEI Military Career Fair – those are just a few of the items that make up my own top 10 list from last month...
  • Take Charge of Your Own Career

    One of the best pieces of advice I was ever given was by one of my early managers who told me to take charge of my own career. She told me that it was my job to "figure out what I wanted to do when I grew up" and then do it. Now lots of us still think it's our manager's or our employer's job to make sure we make the most of our knowledge, skills and experience, develop new skills and move up the...
  • Maintenance Day at 2013 NAA Education Conference & Exposition

    Maintenance Training at the NAA Education ConferenceNew this year - Maintenance Day! Join us on June 20 at the 2013 NAA Education Conference & Exposition for maintenance training.This all-day event seeks to honor and educate the sometimes unsung heroes of our communities: The Maintenance Technician.$99 for a day PACKED with maintenance learning opportunities!Starting at 9:00 a.m. the day...
  • Father Knows Best

    My Dad has been a high school English teacher for over 30 years. Naturally, he couldn’t help but teach his own daughter a few things, too. 1. All of life’s answers can be found in “To Kill a Mockingbird.” My Dad is a faithful husband, but if he crossed paths with the 87-year-old author, Harper Lee, I would most likely have a stepmother. He dedicates approximately three...

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