An audio blog in the Irish language.
By Conn O Muineachain
Hi, this is JT. Thanks for tuning in to my Podcast, "Wan An Taipei", where I'll talk about many topics about this city and life in general on Taiwan. There will be free Chinese lessons provided in each episode as well. For more infomation, log on to http://wanantaipei.blogspot.com/ or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Until next time, see you soon and WAN AN! (means "Good evening / night" in Chinese)
By JT Taipei (email@example.com)
The Korea Society, an organization that promotes greater awareness, understanding and cooperation between the people of the United States and Korea, presents the leading voices in public policy, business, education, intercultural relations and the arts.
By The Korea Society
The Life of a Law Student project chronicles the material presented to and learned by law students across the country and around the world. The project was created by Neil Wehneman, an incoming transfer student at Indiana University at Indianapolis and led by Rob Wiltbank, a Criminal Justice undergrad at Delaware Tech and the University of Delaware. Feeds are segmented by course.
By Rob Wiltbank
Your Second Opinion, brought to you by the Haym Salomon Center, a news and public policy group defending Western civilization, combating anti-Semitism and protecting religious freedom. Mike Siegel hosts a weekly interview with guests from around the country and around the world shining light on the growing anti-semitism movement.
By Mike Siegel and Paul Miller
The VR Workforce Studio is a podcast rooted in the State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The core mission and purpose of the VR Workforce Studio is to offer important compelling information and stories for Individuals with disabilities (IWD) who are "in" or "preparing to be part of" the workforce in Virginia as well as employers and the staff who help IWD become employed. The show is produced at WWRC, a comprehensive vocational rehabilitation center that serves over 300 IWD on any given day helping them prepare for employment. The Center is one of only seven such facilities in the United States and has been in operation since 1947 offering both comprehensive medical rehabilitation as well as vocational assessments, transition and jobs-driven training. In addition to the extensive array of IWD at WWRC, the Center's parent agency, The Department for Again and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) serves upwards of 20,000 consumers at any given time who also hope to go to work and demonstrate the value that IWD bring to the workplace. This exceptional array of consumers, employers and professionals working together provide an ongoing and unparalleled plethora of stories, interviews, strategies and opportunities listeners will find both informative and educational. VR Workforce Studio listeners can expect to hear WWRC chronicle the journeys and triumphs of IWD while spotlighting employers who hire them
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