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Blood Donations Needed
You can donate by going to www.bloodhero.com
Bilingual Nurses Wanted
South Mountain Community College will be accepting applications to the award winning Bilingual Nursing Fellowship Program (BNFP). The program is designed to increase the number of nursing graduates who speak, read and write English and Spanish fluently.
BNFP is a collaboration between South Mountain Community College, Phoenix College, Gateway Community College and Arizona State University (ASU)
It is anticipated that each Fellow will complete an AAS in nursing and obtain a nursing license within three and a half years after acceptance into the program. A BSN option is also available with ASU.
To qualify for the program and receive an application, students must attend an information session. They must also speak, read, and write English and Spanish proficiently, have a high school diploma or GED, be a citizen or eligible non-citizen of the United States with a valid social security number, and place in or is prepared to take ENG 101, CRE 101, and MAT 140 or higher.
Information Session Dates:
June 8 and 22, 2016 | 5:00 PM- 6:30 PM
July 6 and 20, 2016 | 5:00 PM- 6:30 PM
Location: South Mountain Community College | Room CB-301
For more information call 602-243-8269 or visit nursing.southmountaincc.edu.
World Ocean Day-Sea Life Arizona
The aquarium's new resident, a blue-spotted whip tail stingray, was born onsite March 11, and after several months in an off-exhibit nursery, he is officially ready for his big reveal. He'll enter into aquarium waters alongside other species Wednesday, June 8 as part of World Oceans Day, where he'll be available for aquarium guests to see for the very first time.
For additional information on SEA LIFE ARIZONA AQUARIUM's newest sea creature or to plan an upcoming visit, call 1-877-526-3960, email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.VisitSeaLife.com/Arizona or stay connected socially via Facebook or Twitter.
5000 S. Arizona Mills Circle, Ste. 145 Tempe, AZ 85282
Ever heard of Mexican-sushi... it's one of the craziest new Mexican food trends that's fast becoming all the craze! The first and original real Latino Fusion Sushi Bar in Phoenix is called Senor Sushi and you can find this and at least five other mex-sushi spots in metro Phoenix, clustered around 35th and 43rd avenues. Mexican sushi can seem over the top, a sort of anything-goes, high-caloric mashup
4324 W Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ
The Wildlife World Zoo
The Wildlife World Zoo is located at 16501 W. Northern Ave. in Litchfield Park.
For more information on all the zoo's exciting attractions and events, call 623-935-WILD or check out their website: www.wildlifeworld.com.
KISS: Keep it simple, sister. Avoid too many buckles, laces, belts etc. esp. at the airport.
Stick with one color story: keep solids and patterns in same color family for mix and match ease
What to wear on the plane: Comfy but not schleppy. Think cozy chic.
It's a numbers game: count number of different outfits you'll need in advance
Mentally dress yourself: for each event/day of your vacation and write them down so you know you've covered your bases when you start to pack
One Two Punch: one or two pieces of jewelry will make your outfit for a night on the town
This is how we roll: pack rolled socks in your sneaks to save space
Adapt well: do research on what version of adapter is needed for electronic devices
For more information visit: www.fawncheng.com
You're Only As Sick As Your Secrets-Kirsty Spraggon
At some point everyone is touched by shame, secrets & stigma. Whether it be an eating disorder, PTSD, rape, addiction or mental
health few of us escape life lesson.
Kirsty Spraggon shares her own experience with keeping her secret for 18 years and of her work with those who have discovered the transformational
power of living in their truth. Keeping secrets has the potential to erode away at our sense of self insidiously over time as shame and guilt literally make us sick. However our stories have the potential to heal ourselves and others when shared consciously with purpose.
Kirsty discusses the lasting impact that secrets, shame & stigma can have & how we can move forwards into a new way of living more freely.
Kids Tech Time
School's out and summer temperatures are hitting the Valley! As summer heat sets in, one big challenge parents face during school break is how to manage and monitor their kids' time online too much time and freedom online can lead to bigger issues including online addictions, stranger danger, increases in cyberbullying and increased anxiety and depression.
Dr. Strohman is the founder and director of the Technology Wellness Center, one of the first organizations to address the global issue of technology addiction and overuse. As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Strohman has spent more than a decade working with individual, family and adolescent clients struggling with issues including depression, anxiety and addiction.
Dr. Strohman is regularly featured on Dr. Drew with a technology wellness segment and has also been featured on Kim Komando talking about how technology addiction and overuse is impacting individuals. She's also the co-author of Unplug: Raising kids in a technology addicted world.
Dr. Lisa Strohman
8757 E Bell Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
BioCorRx® Recovery Program
D'Backs Kids Free
D-backs President & CEO Derrick Hall announced via Twitter that the D-backs are offering free tickets for kids 15 and under to kick off the summer break. The offer is valid for games beginning today, June 6 through this Sunday, June 12, with the purchase of a full-price adult ticket for any section in the ballpark, excluding the All-You-Can-Eat, Home Plate Box, Dugout Box & 1st/3rd Box sections, and cannot be combined with any other offer.
Every D-backs game offers tons of fun for kids, including the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot, an area dedicated just for kids. The Sandlot is open for every D-backs home game and includes age-specific playground areas, Futures Field and a batting cage. D-backs Baseball Academy coaches offer free clinics at Futures Field in the Sandlot one hour before first pitch and at the end of the fourth inning. In addition, kids can sign up to be a part of the free D-backs Kids Club, presented by Raising Cane's, in the Sandlot to earn prizes for every game they attend.
Adult tickets for games next week start at just $12 and are available at the Chase Field Box Office, by calling 602-514-8400 or online at www.dbacks.com/kids.