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Elijah wakes up in a cage, and can barely remember anything about himself or his situation. He fights his way alone to escape a building full of bizarre and deadly monsters, while learning disturbing truths about himself. Once he finds the way out, he has to pass it up and keep fighting to rescue hiw wife and child from his nemesis.

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has previously published three other books and various short stories, as well as spending two years as a journalist for The Michigan Daily Newspaper. He studied creative writing under the tutelage of Jonis Agee, author of “Strange Angels” and “South of Resurrection.”

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Melissa6 portrait Growing up in Ontario, Canada, M.J. was the only child of a single mom.  Her passion for the arts ignited at a young age as she wrote adventure stories and read them aloud to close family and friends.  The dramatic arts became a focus in high school as an aid to understanding character motivation in her writing.  Majoring in Theatre Production at York University, with a minor in English, she went on to teach both elementary and high school for 10 years throughout Simcoe County. M.J. currently lives with her husband and young son in Caledon, Ontario.  She keeps busy these days with her emerging authors’ website Infinite Pathways: hosting writing contests, providing editing services, free publicity tips, book reviews, and opportunities for authors to build their writing platform and portfolio.  In addition she writes articles and edits freelance as she continues her own creative writing working toward completing the next book in the Chronicles Series. Time’s Tempest: The Chronicles of Xannia (1) is M.J.’s debut science fiction novel.  She firmly believes that if she hadn’t been born a Virgo, she wouldn’t be half as organized as she needs to be to get everything done from one day to the next.

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The Truth Behind Itt-Tech

Posted: April 22, 2014 in Uncategorized
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This is me being alil heated at my school. That just ended up being a giant scam. Learned for stuff from my aunt when she came to Missouri over the summers and helped me with school.

N.C. teacher fired after allowing students to reuse needles for blood testing experiment

 

 

Overhills HS biology teacher firedA North Carolina biology teacher is now out of a job after she allowed her students to share used needles to test their blood types.

Miyoshi McMillan, a teacher at Overhills High School in Spring Lake, was fired Oct. 24 after school officials learned that her students had pricked their fingers with lancing needles and left the needles on their lab trays so the students in the next class could use them.

McMillan’s students used a lab kit that included synthetic blood and seven lancets used to obtain drops of blood for testing, according to Patricia Harmon-Lewis, a spokeswoman for the Harnett County School District. The students had wiped down the needles with rubbing alcohol before placing them on the trays; however, that is not always a sufficient-enough way of killing blood-borne pathogens like hepatitis or HIV.

“We don’t want students to be, first of all, sharing a needle, and second, to have any type of human blood in the classroom,” Harmon-Lewis told the local CBS affiliate.

Students who chose not to take part in the experiment were instead assigned a five-page paper. School officials got involved when a concerned student excused herself and called her parents, who then told the assistant principals about the lesson.

McMillan believes she was unfairly scapegoated for the incident by the school district, as she was subbing in the classroom and all the equipment needed for the experiment was already in the room. ”I believe it’s really been blown up and it’s been a character strike against me,” McMillian told the local ABC affiliate, noting  that her “main concern is the safety of the children.”

“From my understanding, I thought, ‘Well, it’s OK to use (a lancet). It’s there,” she added to the local CBSaffiliate. ”If it was not OK to use, then I think it should have been taken out during the summer. I wanted to make sure that what I had within me, that I shared my knowledge to those kids.”

McMillan had participated in a statewide program that allowed professionals to work while earning their full teaching certification, according to DigiTriad.com.

The school sent letters home to the parents of the students involved in the experiment informing them of the situation and encouraging them to get their blood tested.

 

 

AUTOMOBILE SERVICE STATION MANAGER: ($72,000)

Essentially the role of the service station manager is to run the day to day operations of a gas station. The scope of the work includes setting the gas prices for the day, scheduling the rest of the employees that work at the station, ordering new merchandise to keep the shelves stocked as well as being the direct manager to the other employees. Some skills that would be helpful to obtain this job would be good personal skills as well as some managerial experience. Once again, you could probably obtain this type of a position by working your way up the ladder through on the job experience.

 

REAL ESTATE BROKER: ($71,000)

To become a real estate broker you will still need to take a couple of classes to become certified, but still much less of an expense to you relatively to a college degree. You will be trying to sell houses as well as filing the paper work for the transaction and helping with the loan agreements.

 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: ($66,000)

With this career you will have the option of whether you would like to be certified or not. However if you are certified you will have access to larger contracts and a wider scope of work. If you do not mind getting a little dirty and working hard for a living than this might be a good career for you. This career may require you to take some classes at a community college on horticulture as well as landscape design, but these types of classes are not required. Make sure you have a good eye for design and a strong work ethic to consider this career.

 

LEAD CARPENTER: ( $63,000)

This job will require you to have lots of experience in the field. This type of experience can be acquired through either going to a trade school to teach you the techniques, or by being an apprentice to a lead carpenter. By going to trade school you will actually have some type of certification which might make you more marketable in the field, but being an apprentice would most likely land you in a job replacing your teacher. Either way you can be very successful in this type of career, just make sure you enjoy working with your hands.

 

7DIRECTOR OF SECURITY: ($62,000)

This job will most likely be acquired by starting off in an entry level security position, then working your way through the ranks to become the director of security.

 

ELEVATOR MECHANIC ($61,000)

Just like the lead carpenter job, this job will most likely be acquired through a trade school degree or lots of years experience. Being an elevator mechanic does have a couple more stipulations. Lots of major corporations will require you to have a license and work for an insured company, which in this case would force you to go through the trade school route so that you could work on these large corporate jobs. Most of this industry is unionized so make sure you are willing to join a union before entering this line of work.

 

9CABLE SUPERVISOR: ($60,000)

This career would be a managerial type setting. You would be responsible for overseeing the maintenance as well as installation workers that set up cable boxes and internet connections. You would be responsible for the scheduling aspect as well holding the workers accountable to be where they need to be. A good way to acquire this type of a position is to either apply for the job with some type of managing/scheduling background, or to apply for the entry level position and work your way up by knowing the business.

 

FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER: ($47,000)

Being a freelance photographer takes dedication to ones tasks as well as a great eye for artistic detail. This type of a career may also require you to travel distances to be able to acquire the right “shot” for the right story. In a sense being a freelance photographer can take many molds such as taking pictures of nature for magazines, or taking picture of stories for newspapers, or even being a paparazzi type photographer and searching for the next big celebrity scandal. Whichever you choose to be, this career could pay well with no educational experience required.

 

PERSONAL TRAINER ($37,500)

This career will most likely require you to have a certification so that you are qualified to teach proper physical fitness techniques. This certificate is not very difficult to obtain however and is relatively cheap compared to any other type of trade school mentioned above. To be successful in this line of work you will most likely want to be a very physically active person yourself, as well as have a passion for this line of work. If you love the newest trends in fitness, and spend lots of time in the gym already, this could be the perfect career option for you.

 

So if you are looking to head back to school for some quick training, or have decided that college is not the right option for you, there are still plenty of careers out there for you to choose from. Whatever you do, don’t get distressed. Remember the following names: Henry Ford, Michael Dell, Walt Disney, Rachel Ray, and Simon Cowell. Guess what all these entrepreneurs had in common? Yup, you guessed it. No college degree.

 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR ($80,000)

You do need some training to be a funeral director, but once you have it, you can make as much as $80,000 a year. It is important that you be able to handle the macabre, and you do need to have a degree of tact and warmth, since you are dealing with people in difficult situations. However, if you can take the job, it is something worth considering.

 

COMMERCIAL PILOT ($50,000)

You can make more than $50,000 if you get on as a commercial pilot at the right airline. Training is required, but you will not need to get a college degree. It can be a fun job if you like flying, and you can get discount fares when you aren’t on the job. You do have to be away from home, though.

 

TRUCK DRIVING ($45,000)

After six to eight weeks of training, and after you obtain your commercial driver’s license, you can make $45,000 or more as a truck driver. Work your way up to becoming a trainer, and you can clear more than $70,000 a year. Team drivers, those with hazmat certifications and others can make different salaries as well. You do need to be able to deal with the monotony of driving, and deal with being away from home.

 

SALESPERSON (UNLIMITED)

For those with the right skills, sales can be a financially rewarding job without the need for a college degree. A salesperson might work on a commission structure, or base + commission. In either case, how much you end up making depends on how well you sell, whether you are selling cars, furniture, real estate, pharmaceuticals, credit card processors or high-end clothes. Depending on what you do, you may need to complete a certification or become licensed. A people person with the right talents can make six figures a year. But it usually requires a large amount of hustle.

 

17FIRE FIGHTING ($30,000)

The starting salary is often just a little more than $30,000, but you can make more than $50,000 a year, depending on where you work, and whether you reach a supervisory position.

 

EMT ($45,000)

If you are about to take your EMT classes to become an EMT, you will be happy to learn that the job outlooks in this field are very promising. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a growth of position by 9% from 2008 to 2018. However, chances of having a good job in the EMS are given to those who have more EMT certifications (like paramedics). The hourly wages can vary from $9.08 (10% of the work force earns less than this) to $23.77 (10% earn more than this bracket). The median hourly wages of EMTs is at $14.10 (as at May 2008).

 

RAILROAD JOBS ($75,000)

Do you like trains?  If so, a railroad job might be just for you.  There’s a variety of positions from engineers, conductors and management positions available.  Railroad jobs give you a chance to see new parts of the country while getting paid very well in the process.

 

MEDICAL CODER ($46,800)

The healthcare industry is currently booming and you can expect it to continue to with the Baby Boomer generation getting older. There aren’t enough doctors and nurses available. Behind all of the doctors is a team of medical coders that type up what procedures you had done and bill you or your insurance company the amount owed. This is a growing industry that doesn’t require a degree. The American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) released a salary study last year that showed on average a medical coder earned $46,800.