Personal Journeys At JPCD
By Kate Rainey
Lauren Barlow, a certified career services professional, will lead an interactive presentation about personal journeys 7-8:30 p.m., Feb. 4, at Media Presbyterian Church’s Hassler Chapel, 30 E. Baltimore Ave., Media, PA 19063. The chapel can be accessed from Baltimore Avenue, to the left of the main door, or around back on East Franklin Street. All are welcome, without regard to religious affiliation.
Attendees will reflect on their professional journey, learn how to incorporate their story into a LinkedIn profile and interview answers to attract the right type of employer.
Ms. Barlow, who is a Senior Career Counselor at Widener University and has a private practice, is a Certified Myers-Briggs Practitioner and Global Career Development Facilitator. As a career coach, Lauren’s goal is to help job seekers find meaningful careers by exploring personal attributes, learning about different industries, developing a networking strategy and utilizing effective job search techniques. Lauren earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Master’s in Education from Salisbury University.
JPCD is a joint program of Media Presbyterian Church and St. Laurence Church, Upper Darby and is affiliated with Joseph’s People, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing guidance and support to unemployed and underemployed workers.
JPCD also has an active, free forum on LinkedIn. To become part of it, search for “Joseph’s People of Central Delaware County-Free Job Search Group” through the LinkedIn directory. Shared on the page are job postings; information about upcoming meetings and events; tips and strategies, to increase the effectiveness of the search; strategies to deal with stress; and success stories from “graduates” who share their first-hand experience. For more information, send a message through the LinkedIn group listed above, visit www.josephspeople.org or email email@example.com.Come to the meeting of the Central Delaware County Chapter of Joseph’s People.
Personal Journeys At JPCD
Delco Dem Refugee Resettlement Scheme Spawns Petition — The new all-Democrat Delaware County Council started its term, Jan. 8, by voting 5-0 to send a letter to the Department of State, directing them to authorize “refugee resettlement consistent with the authorization provided by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”
A petition is being circulated to stop the madness and you can sign it here.
What Pennsylvania’s Democrats want to stick us with is the Pennsylvania Refugee Resettlement Program (RRP) which provides federally-funded services to refugees in accordance with federal statutes and regulations and the Commonwealth’s State Plan.
So does this help starving children fleeing religious oppression? Frankly, it seems more likely to bring in MS-13.
The Pennsylvania Refugee Resettlement Program provides a continuum of employment, educational, case management, health, and financial support services to newly arrived refugees in the Commonwealth. So rather than helping newlyweds, single moms, the elderly or veterans it seems far more likely that it will make the newlyweds, single moms, the elderly and veterans help MS-13.
its services include:
- Employment Programs
- English as a Second Language (ESL) programs
- Targeted Assistance
- Interpretation and Translation
- Citizenship Preparation courses
- Asylee Outreach Project
- Services to Older Refugees
- Information Referral
- Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program
- Vocational ESL for Cuban and Haitian refugees
- TANF employment and training programs
Sign the petition. If someone in the Pennsylvania swamp — likely Democrat but not necessarily – tries to make you feel hardhearted about not wanting to give your hard-earned resources to assist those whose need is dubious and who have presented an historic danger, ask why they are not giving their far greater and not-so-hard-earned resources to you.
Update: We have been told that the Democrat-controlled Chester County Board of Commissioner has also consented to refugee resettlement.
Delco Dem Refugee Resettlement Scheme Spawns Petition
Honesty is the first chapter William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-15-20
Pmji mw levh; mx’w levhiv mj csy’vi wxytmh.
Answer to yesterday’s puzzle: Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.