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College of Charleston baseball's Sam Gjormand, 'she will be a star'

The Post and Courier 03 Jul 2022
But what really sets Gjormand apart, at an exciting time when women are making gains in college and professional baseball, is recruiting duty. She’s been recently designated as one of three “countable coaches” the NCAA allows to recruit on the road (Holbrook and pitching coach Will Dorton are the others) ... Sam has all the traits of a good recruiter.
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Bethesda Has Hired One of the Developers of the Fallout: London Mod

GamingBolt 03 Jul 2022
How fan-made projects and mods will be received from companies can vary wildly, based on the company in question ... Fallout ... The team behind the mod recently took to Twitter to confirm that its lead technical adviser Ryan Johnson has been recruited by Bethesda as an associate level designer ... Please read ... .
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Detroit police on the lookout — for recruits

Detroit news 03 Jul 2022
Detroit — With a painted face and whooshing down an inflatable slide, Jamison Lopez doesn’t look like the future of the Detroit Police Department. But looks can be deceiving. Jamison, 7, insists he will be a police officer one day. Unless he becomes the president of the United States ... Sgt ... All of this was designed to draw recruits ... Twitter.
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Sewickley area real estate transactions for the week of July 3, 2022

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 03 Jul 2022
Aleppo. Alderman Holdings 200 Deer Run LLC sold property at 200 Deer Run Road to North Way Christian Community for $4,125,000. Evan Michaelson sold property at 504 Sewickley Heights Drive to Nicole Kopel trste for $235,000 ... Bell Acres ... Franklin Park ... Edgeworth home wins design award. North Allegheny hosts July 13 open house to recruit school bus drivers.
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Drone shows instead of July 4 fireworks? More Colorado communities are making the switch for ...

Vail Daily 03 Jul 2022
Those cities, and at least two others across the state, have hired drone show designers in place of fireworks this year due to wildfire concerns ... This year, the town hired a Pennsylvania-based drone show operator to design a patriotic display with a nod to the town’s ski resort history.
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Why are cops leaving the San Diego Police Department? City sees biggest exodus since 2009

The Los Angeles Times 03 Jul 2022
SAN DIEGO —  ... The city of San Diego said in a statement that Mayor Todd Gloria had invested in a variety of initiatives designed to recruit and retain police officers, including a 10% pay raise in the most recent police contract, proposed bonuses for lateral moves from other police jurisdictions and increasing the budget for recruitment.
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LIV Golf: 10 Takeaways on first U.S. tournament, from Ryder Cup controversy to Ari Fleischer ...

The Ledger 03 Jul 2022
NORTH PLAINS, Ore. — The most polarizing golf league in history is off and running ... Here, they’re encouraging us to do stuff.”Recruiting efforts ongoing ... In 2023, 12 permanent captains will be chosen and they will select, recruit and coerce others to join their teams. This year, each event is designating $5 million to the team pot ... .
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Ex-Georgetown coach gets 2 1/2 years in bribery scandal

Messenger-Inquirer 02 Jul 2022
Prosecutors had sought four years behind bars for Ernst, 55, who admitted to accepting nearly $3.5 million in bribes over a decade to designate the children of deep-pocketed parents as recruits even though they weren't Georgetown-caliber players.
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How the military is boosting recruitment through video games

WPTV 01 Jul 2022
military recruitment ... military has also collaborated with game makers behind franchises like Call of Duty or Doom, sometimes using modified versions of games to teach recruits, at other times consulting with game designers to plan "realistic" war scenarios or even recruiting game designers for Washington think tanks focused on military strategy.
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Ex-Georgetown coach gets 2 1/2 years in bribe scandal

Omaha World-Herald 01 Jul 2022
Prosecutors had sought four years behind bars for Ernst, 55, who admitted to accepting nearly $3.5 million in bribes over a decade to designate the children of deep-pocketed parents as recruits even though they weren't Georgetown-caliber players.
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Ex-Georgetown tennis coach gets 2.5 years in bribe scandal

Al Jazeera 01 Jul 2022
Prosecutors had sought four years behind bars for Ernst, 55, who admitted to accepting nearly $3.5m in bribes over 10 years to designate the children of deep-pocketed parents as recruits even though they would not normally have been accepted into the university.
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New Zealand declared American far-right groups the Proud Boys, the Base are terrorist organizations

ABC7 01 Jul 2022
The two groups join 18 others including the Islamic State group that have been given an official terrorist designation, making it illegal in New Zealand to fund, recruit or participate in the groups, and obligating authorities to take action against them.
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Software firm Sage wants to create opportunities for people living with disabilities by getting them recruitment-ready

Independent online (SA) 01 Jul 2022
This is a global programme designed to help under-represented groups get into or back to work. In South Africa, it focuses on recruiting people living with disabilities into a 12-month internship programme. In 2021, Sage recruited 13 interns living with disabilities into its customer services and finance operations division ... IOL BUSINESS .
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New Zealand designates Proud Boys a terrorist organization

Artesia Daily Press 01 Jul 2022
The two groups join 18 others including the Islamic State group that have been given an official terrorist designation, making it illegal in New Zealand to fund, recruit or participate in the groups, and obligating authorities to take action against them.
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New Zealand designates 2 US far-right groups as terrorist organizations

Arab News 01 Jul 2022
The two groups join 18 others including the Daesh group that have been given an official terrorist designation, making it illegal in New Zealand to fund, recruit or participate in the groups, and obligating authorities to take action against them.

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