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Educational Psychology - Teacher Interview - Educational Psychology - Teacher Interview I interviewed a teacher from the Philadelphia School District and here is the result from my interview. I am a teacher in the head start program of Philadelphia .I have been with the head start program for 10yrs. I see children younger than kindergarteners with special needs. I see this problem not only with education but behavioral. Children with special problems can learn. You have to know how to deal with children period. Regular children and special educational children all learn....   [tags: essays research papers] 329 words
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Interview of a Health Education Consultant - " Deleted name of the health educator." I chose to interview a health education consultant for the Peoria Health Department. She has been working for the health department for 10 years and loves what she does. She graduated from Illinois State University with a degree in community health and a minor in nutrition. With that she started working for a small health club in Bloomington, IL. Her job specifications included providing advice for the members in areas of healthy eating, disease prevention and stress management....   [tags: essays research papers] 346 words
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Interview With The Vampire - This novel, “Interview with the Vampire';, by Anne Rice, is by far one of the best book I’ve ever read. It started with a young boy interviewing a vampire, and the vampire related him the whole story of his life, how he became a vampire, his thrilling adventures through the centuries and his complex relationships with both the mortals and the immortals. In my opinion, Anne Rice had done the best of jobs. The writing and the detailed descriptions, the composing of this novel, had brought out every emotion of the characters like the flick of a whip....   [tags: essays research papers] 357 words
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Interview Follow Up or Thank You Letter - Kara Kreme 1234 Tennis Court Sports, CA 95616 (530) 765-4321 kkreme@email.edu March 1, 2001 Ms. Kristi Krispy, Coordinator The Internship and Career Center University of Somewhere One Chance Avenue Sports, CA 95616 Dear Ms. Krispy, Thank you for the opportunity to interview for the position of Student Advisor this afternoon, Friday, March 1, 2001. It strengthened my interest in the position and reinforced my confidence in my ability to excel should I be selected for the position. My experience working with fellow Somewhere students, organizational skills, and work ethic would benefit students visiting the ICY, and would allow me to grow professionally....   [tags: Interview Follow Up Thank You Letters] 359 words
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Interview about the Great Depression - When were you born. March 6, 1924 How did the Great Depression affect your life (childhood) at the time. Didn't know we were poor Had to wait for things During the Depression, where did you live. How was that geographic area affected by the Depression. Lived in Queens, NY Everyone was the same Only people that had more were civil service employees When did your family or community first feel the economic impact of the Depression. By 1933 Had some money It was all used up Father lost job, knitting mill How was the school in your community affected by the Depression....   [tags: Interview Essays] 412 words
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Interview With a Business Manager - I have to admit when I first got word of this assignment I was very eager to run out and interview President Obama. However, as the semester went on and speakers came into talk, my views changed. I decided that I wanted to interview someone in a position that I would like to be in one day. I contacted the General Manager of the Lowell Spinner's and the Pawtucket Redsox's, believing that a job like that would not completely be out of reach someday. Once again I changed my mind after listening to speech....   [tags: Interview Essays] 437 words
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Interview with an Artist - Interview with an Artist The artist/illustrator I chose to contact was Mark McKee. He’s an illustrator/designer for World Industries, a skateboard and snowboard company. Some of his work has been very controversial and lawsuits have been filed on several occasions. Specifically for a board with a Winnie the Pooh look-alike and also for a design similar to a L. Ron Hubbard book. But I particularly liked his original work, specifically flame-boy and the smiley devil guy. Contacting him wasn’t too hard; I found the number for World Industries in a snowboard magazine....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Interview with Lenin - Interview with Lenin Question: What were the historic events that led up to revolution, and why did you become involved in revolution. Lenin’s answer: To answer this question we have to go way back in 1812, when Napoleon came to Russia. Russian people stood up and fought against the invader by burning the villages and supplies, thus helping Czar Alexander I. After such sacrifice, people were not rewarded for their devotion to the Czar. In December of 1825 in St. Petersburg, Russia, a group of military officials staged a revolt against Tsar Nicholas I....   [tags: Russian History] 479 words
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Interview Essay - Regina McArthur - Regina McArthur was born on December 16, 1929. She is a proud mother of five children, and is also a proud grandmother. She says that her greatest love, after her family, is teaching. Regina is a retired school teacher and she currently works informally at a local museum. She says that religion plays a big part in her life, and she describes herself as a real church goer. She is continually trying to develop new skills with all the wonderful things that are out there to learn. Regina is a very curious person and believes that everyone should be too....   [tags: Interview Essays] 483 words
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Group Collaboration on Student Interviews - Group Collaboration on Student Interviews During this course the students were required to interview students in their school and parents about the use of technology in school and at home. The questions and answers were then to be shared with others in their group. After both interviews were shared, the group then collaborated, using Titanpad, and made the data easier to understand. Interviewing the students showed how the students liked to learn and the ways that they found boring in the classroom....   [tags: technology, research, interview] 526 words
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Adoption Process Interview Report - Adoption process interview report When I heard the clicks of heels in the hallway, I sat up attentively on the waiting couch. A pleasant looking woman came to greet me. She was in her mid fifties and introduced herself as Celeste Drury. She worked with the children home society, an adoption agency that is located in Oakland. I found Celeste through a family friend. The family friend knew my interest in learning about adoption and the criteria used for adoption processes. I was excited to meet Celeste and to learn about what she did....   [tags: Celeste orphanage] 528 words
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Preparing for your Phone Interview - The telephone interview is the new first impression. Time was you filled out a long application and waited. And then you waited. When your name was finally called, your palms were sweaty and butterflies were turning summersaults in your tummy. Presenting your resume via the internet and taking the initial interview in the comfort of your home could be a good thing. You'll be more relaxed and able to think with clarity. We'll make an action plan, guaranteed to calm your anxieties and help you land the all-important face-to-face meeting....   [tags: first impression, responses, question] 540 words
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My Interview to a Lutheran - ... After talking a bit about what the religion was about and how it started, I started asking him some other questions. I asked him what Lutheran's thought about the Sacraments and why they feel that way. He said that the sacraments are important to the religion, but they are not necessary for a person's salvation. Faith alone is enough for a person to be saved. This is a different view than the way I was taught. I was always taught that the Sacraments were an important and required step that a person needed to go through....   [tags: religious views] 556 words
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Evaluation of Patient Interview - For my interview I decided to interview someone who thought they were pregnant. While interviewing the patient there were a lot of things I felt I shouldn't have done. When I welcomed the patient into my office I didn't close the door behind them and so all the noise from outside was coming in and it was hard to hear what she was trying to say to me. There was also lack of privacy lack of confidentiality; as everyone would be able to know all about the patients problems. I wasn't very professional during the interview as I didn't wear the appropriate clothes, I just had casual, every day clothes, and I felt I should have worn something smarter....   [tags: Patient Interview Essays] 569 words
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JFK Interview - The JFK Assassination This interview was conducted with my friend’s father on the assassination of JFK, and the impact it had on life in America. Q: How old were you when JFK was assassinated. A: I was only 15 at the time, but I can vividly recall it Q: What was your very first reaction. A: Well, I was shocked I really couldn’t believe it. I mean, you hear about the Lincoln’s assassination but it never seemed real. Now JFK was assassinated and it seemed like it could never happen, it was just like a dream....   [tags: essays research papers] 570 words
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Information Gathered from an Interview with John Mackey - ... The purpose of business is commonly perceived negatively by the general public. Most people believe that businesses are started solely for the purpose of making money for its investors. However, according to Mackey (2013), “business has the potential for a higher purpose; to improve our lives and create sustainable value for all stakeholders of a business”. During the interview Mackey (2013) says that “business creates the goods and services that make our lives better”. At any rate, most people still view business as a necessary evil until more businesses adopt the conscious capitalism philosophy....   [tags: CEO of Whole Foods Market] 574 words
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Interview a Manager - The manager interviewed for this assignment was Chief Warrant 3 Linwood Bowers, the Chief of the Personnel Support Directorate of the White House Communications Agency (WHCA). Chief Bowers has held his present position for four years. The focus of the interview was the unique challenges of good communication. One of the unique challenges Chief Bowers has had to face is the different language that permeates throughout the organizational culture of the Agency. WHCA is a joint command with individuals of all DOD services present....   [tags: essays research papers] 584 words
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The Interview - The Interview I never thought I would have to go as far as Australia to write a story on a fellow High School alumnus, Monica Confides. I was of course always familiar with her track breaking record all through school, but I never had the opportunity to talk with her one on one. Now here I am in beautiful Sydney, waiting patiently with pen and paper in hand for Monica to finish her interview with NBC. It’s a delightful day with a temperature of about 85 degrees, and the sun shimmering down brightly....   [tags: essays papers] 588 words
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Interview with the Poet of the Piano, Chopin - Interviewer: Good day Ms. Brown and 1303 Music Appreciation Class. I will be giving an interview with Frederic Chopin also called the “Poet of the Piano”. I read that you come from a musical family. Is that true. Chopin: My family was not wealthy, but we had a strong appreciation for music. My mother could hold her own on the piano and my father played the violin and flute. I was even told that when I was a baby, when my mother would sing, I would be moved to tears. At what age did you pick up your first musical instrument and what was it....   [tags: personal narrative] 590 words
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Main Point of an Interview: Thomas Frank’s Interview with Bill Moyers on Conservatives - ... Frank emphasized the reason why they are able to start fresh is because they use language to change people perception, and by showing their antiestablishment against the system they gain supporters and proceed with the conservative agenda that purposely destroys the government. When it comes to Obama as a president, Republicans see that he is trying to create the government for the people, which will provide them with vital services that will improve the lives of millions. By doing so, the government will regain the trust of citizens, and that drives Republicans insane because by helping ordinary people the government will gain more power, which can be very problematic, since their main...   [tags: government, obama, bush, financial crisis] 592 words
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Face to Face Interview: A Bosnian Immigrant - A girl from Sarajevo Bosnia settled in Florida along with her family after escaping Bosnia as war refugees. Since her aunt lived in Florida, she helped facilitate the proper paper work for acceptance into America. In the interview we discussed, gender roles, spiritual beliefs, food, in addition to the benefits and disadvantages of being part of this cultural group. It was a fascinating experience to learn about her family, history and culture. Family and Culture The male in Bosnian culture is considered the provider....   [tags: Eastern Europe, War, Muslim] 598 words
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Interview of an E.M.T. - I had the opportunity to interview an E.M.T. The E.M.T. I chose to interview was my friend Matt from the Highland lakes squad. I chose to interview him because it is easier for me to talk to someone I know than someone I don't know, and also I wanted to find out whats its like being an E.M.T.. Q: Why did you become an E.M.T.. A: I enjoy helping people, and I felt that I wanted to be able to do more than just basic first aid and CPR. Q: What does it mean to be on call. A: It means that if the alarm goes off you are the person that responds to the call....   [tags: interview essays] 610 words
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Mom Interview Project - ... After hearing her story, it seemed like her birthing experience was not as bad as the stories said by other mothers. The reason my mother had a caesarian section was because she was in her mid-forties and she did not want to risk giving birth naturally. Her doctor recommended that caesarian would be safer for her. For the first few years of my life, my mother bottle fed me because she had to work all the time and could not breast feed me. She had a nanny who would often take the baby formula and make the milk to feed me....   [tags: My mother, personal reflections] 623 words
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Interview with Friar Lawrence - Interview with Friar Lawrence Detective: How did it all begin, Friar. Friar L: Well I suppose it started when Romeo came to me one morning and I suspected that something was wrong because Romeo was all bright and cheerful. I guessed that he had spent the night with Rosaline… Detective: Who is Rosaline. Friar L: She was Romeo’s Girlfriend. Then I asked if he was with Rosaline and he said that he had forgotten her name and the woe it brought. I then asked where he had been. Romeo then said that he had been feasting with his enemy....   [tags: Interview Essays] 627 words
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Outside Global Flow Interview: My Philippine Friend - ... She adapts American culture quicker than she images because all of her friends in Crescent City are Americans. She enjoyed her life in the U.S, and had no problem to fit in this society and being friends with different ethnic people. Differently, her mother had a little bit “homesick” at the very beginning. Faye described that her mother always on the phone or skype with her aunts and uncles after they came here, but Faye just rarely contacts her cousins or friends on facebook. During the interviewed, Faye stated that the migration had strongly influenced her everyday life....   [tags: Student, Immigration] 627 words
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Hot 107.1- Interview With A Radio Personality - When I'm in a car riding down the street there is only one radio station that I really enjoy, KXHT 107.1. The music they play is quite specific. They are a hip-hop and R&B station that plays mostly southeastern groups. Hip-hop is quite new to me having really only gotten into it in the early years of high school were as I liked rock since childhood. It was for this reason and a few others that I decided to interview a personality from Hot 107 as they are nicknamed. Memphis is the first city that I have been to that has a station such as Hot 107 that plays only rap and R&B....   [tags: essays research papers] 632 words
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Interview with the Director of Habitat for Humanity - ... Response: The process consists of screening and interviewing potential candidates through online posting boards and third party listing sites. Once a candidate pool is acquired the top qualified individuals are passed onto the Directors of the respected department. Once the candidates resumes are reviewed they are called in for a first round interview. Members present at the interview at the department heads and the CEO/Executive Director of the organization. A second and third round interview is conducted to narrow down the candidates based on strategic questions....   [tags: housing, ceo, employees] 633 words
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The Importance of a Library: An Interview with the Asotin County Librarian - The Importance of a Library I had the opportunity to interview Jennifer Ashby. She has been the director of the Asotin County Library since February of 2001. She oversees just about everything that goes on in the library. She is in charge of budgets, facilities, personnel, collections, technology, programs, services, and public relations. She gave me a lot of great information on the history and current events of the library. Before the original library was built in 1913, books were sent from an Episcopal congregation in Vermont to the Episcopal Church in Clarkston....   [tags: construction, meeting, history]
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Veteran interview - Veteran Interview      My grandfather, Larry, served in WWII. He enlisted and stationed at Camp Polk. He went through places like New Guinea and the Philippines during the war.      When I asked him if he experienced any combat he said; “yes, I experienced some combat. But most of the time I spent in combat was in a tank. Not too much action there.”      A typical day in my grandfathers’ life at the time was to wake up at the crack of dawn and get ready for a full day of combat, well at least for the ground troops that didn’t have a tank to be protected by....   [tags: World War II Essays Papers] 664 words
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Personal Experience During an Interview - ... A personal factor that I made sure I did correctly was arriving to the assessment dressed appropriately. This allows a professional theme to be set from the start of the interview. I started the interview off well by introducing myself, and the purpose of this interview. This allows her and letting her know clearly that nothing that is spoken today leaves this room, and I followed that with making sure she understood this and if she had any concerns prior or during to just ask. She responded well to this and we began the interview....   [tags: personal narrative, skills, strengths] 670 words
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Interview With a Family Friend - For my interview, I interviewed a woman by the name of Mrs. Miskell. She is a close family friend and also teaches at the elementary school that I used to attend. Mrs. Miskell has been teaching for fifteen years. She has a class of 21 including 2 special education children who are mainstreamed into her class for a few areas of study. She team-teaches one day a week with the remedial math teacher, and one day a week with the remedial reading teacher. Her children switch classes with one other class for social studies and science....   [tags: Interview Essays] 674 words
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Interview: Facilities Operations Manager - ... Another responsibility is to manage the Control Center to insure that all systems are being monitored, proper emergency response protocols are followed, service calls are answered and responded to properly and promptly. Lastly Joe, is also responsible for the overall operation of the Parking and Access Control Office by ensuring that updated parking plans include parking for staff, visitors, and special events, badging, card access control, parking ticket and are managed appropriately. What are the things you like about your job....   [tags: job, challenges, position, management]
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Ethnographic Interview on Sports in American Culture - ... How are sports a part of the culture in America. What do you think about the amount of money spent on spectator sports. I started off the interview by asking how sports have affected his life. Sports are an important part of most American’s lives, including Andrews. Andrew is a big sports fan and played soccer on his high school team. “Sports have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Starting from when my dad first taught me how to throw, kick and hit a ball.” “It was a way for me to bond with my family and friends as I was growing up.” From this interview I learned that athletics/sports were a way that Andrew bonded with his dad/family....   [tags: professional athletes, payment] 694 words
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Interview With My Mom - I interviewed a fifty-five year old female named Theresa Geis. She is married to Robert Geis and they have four daughters including me. They reside in Denver, Colorado with one daughter still in the house. Theresa graduated with a master’s degree in teaching with a focus in special education. She grew up in Greeley, CO but enjoys Denver and where she is currently at. Theresa and Robert have had the same house in Denver for twenty-one years now and have recently bought a cabin in Estes Park which is on the border of Rocky Mountain National Park....   [tags: Interview Essay] 699 words
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An Interview with a Speech Pathology - ... Mrs. Kirsch also shared with me that she thought that the best and the worst parts of this career where the same thing. She said that she really enjoyed helping other people after strokes, or with other cognitive issues, and she even really liked talking to the families. Yet, the worst part about it was that, there is only so much that you can do for a person. She said that finding that line was difficult, because she really wanted to help. Not only that, but she had to tell the patients and their family members that she could no longer do the treatment because the individuals were not progressing....   [tags: therapy, swallowing, nursing homes] 706 words
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My Interview with Our School Psychologist - I had the opportunity to interview with the school psychologists on our campus. She currently holds a master’s level degree in psychology and has worked for the district for 10 years now with 3 of those years at this location. Discussing what she does on a regular bases she explained how she reaches out to contacts within the community to help parents and children with unresolved issues to help them find answers. She creates activities that help to nurture a better lifestyle for these families. I discussed with her in length about these events and she described them as a social environment conducive to a higher quality in learning, social interaction and family lifestyle....   [tags: students, campus, education] 709 words
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Interview And Death - "Everyday life seems unbelievably minuscule when faced with the prospects of death and dying." These are the words of Dr. David Avery. David is thirty years old, unmarried, a successful doctor, and has recently been confronted with the knowledge that he is suffering from a terminal form of acute leukemia. The living room in which Dr. Avery and I sit in his Monterey home is beautifully decorated with portraits of angels. On nearly every wall these images of ethereal beauty give one a sense of safety and calm....   [tags: essays research papers] 727 words
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Description of My Interview - ... I found out the question number 2 was a bit broad as it directs to the understanding of the differences between “24-hour news cycle” and “traditional style”. I was hoping to get the information about the negative effects of inconsiderable decline in journalistic standards because of the profit-oriented media activities and sensationalism issues. He responded by saying that there is a need to innovate and cater the needs of the growing population. He referred the 24-hour news cycle as a means of innovation in the face of growing demand of the people for information about crime in the communities....   [tags: writing assignment] 733 words
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The Analogous Delusional Characters of The Wog and The Interview - The Interview by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and The Wog by Khushwant Singh are two stories with a lot in common. Some of the things they are similar in are the setting, the Indian tradition, and the character’s personalities. The settings of the stories are held in India, and they describe Indian culture as well as help you image the basic Indian rituals. Indian traditions are different than American traditions especially when it comes to getting married. For example in The Interview, the main character describes his wife and then states,” My wife is not beautiful at all....   [tags: Characters, Interview, Wog, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, ] 748 words
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An Interview about the Pagan Religion - ... Pagan traditions do not have harmony on how to understand humans or the meaning of life, just for each to find their own purpose. They do however, believe that humanity is part of nature, not greater or inferior to the other things in the universe. Through mythology, Pagan religions glorify being human in nature. The Fates usually decide when individuals’ age, sicken, and die, but the ideas of these Fates are part of the human search to find meaning in nature. Pagans see suffering as a part of nature and a part of life....   [tags: nature, practices, bonfire]
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interview - The family member that was interviewed was Erin. The relationship between the interviewer and the interviewee is third cousins through marriage. The interview took place in Erin’s apartment living room. Since she is an RA she lives in one of the apartments of Sara Tracy Dorm. When the interviewer walked into the room he could tell that she was very clean and rather sophisticated, just by the way her room was set up. The interviewee was sitting on her futon and was very alert. There were pink and yellow carnations on the table, which I found out that they are not real....   [tags: essays research papers] 759 words
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Interview Essays - A Local Rock Star - Local Rock Star Sitting at the table with long, thick, blonde hair and a hint of Brad Pitt’s facial features sits Brian. He is a 17 year old high school junior, a guitarist in a local band, and he is my interview. He will begin nearly all his sentences with “uhh…” but then proceeds to long, interesting answers. I started by asking him about when he became interested in music, and who his influences were. “I’ve always listened to music,” he said, “my first album ever was Nirvana’s Nevermind; it was a cassette tape....   [tags: Interview Essays - A Local Rock Star] 774 words
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Missionary Interview - To most, missionary work consists of distributing food, medical clinics, spreading the gospel, and other various types of humanitarian work. I must admit, I also pitched my tent in this camp for many years. I had never sat down face to face and talk "ministry" with a missionary before, it wasn¹t until this interview that I really got a personal look into the heart of a real life missionary. First to be interviewed was Jonathan Burmeister with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Jonathan was very open and willing to share with me "his story" as a missionary....   [tags: Religion Christian Christianity] 774 words
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Class Interview with Director Adam Burke - Director Adam Burke was born and raised from Green Bay, Wisconsin. He went on to get his Bachelors of Fine Art from the University and Arizona and his Masters of Fine Arts from Northwestern University in Theater Directing. Adam was the founding artistic director at Chicago Theatre for Young Audiences. In addition, he received a national Theatre Communications Group New Generations Fellowship; with this fellowship he spent two more years as an artistic associate at a local professional theater—Childsplay....   [tags: actor, crew, cast, theatre] 779 words
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My Interview With a Public Health Nurse - “A public health nurse is a nurse who works to promote and protect the health of an entire population” (Allender, Rector, & Warner, 2010, p. 839) the public health nurse I chose to interview was Barbara, she currently works for the Health department and has been there for three years. During the interview Barbara discussed the requirements for a public health nurse. The individual must have the ability to exercise independent judgment, planning and able to administer safe effective public nursing care....   [tags: Public Health Care Essays] 782 words
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Interview Essay - David Redding - Interview Essay - David Redding David Redding was born on June 20, 1919, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA, and his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He has three sons who live in Northern California. David began his career as a researcher, and then became an accountant, working to help less developed countries. He was married 17 years to his first wife before it ended in a divorce. He is happily remarried and has been for the last 9 years. What is your definition of happiness....   [tags: Interview Essays] 799 words
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Team Dynamics: Individual Interview - For the interview assignment in Team Dynamics, I chose to speak with Dan Kidd. He is a self-employed Certified Public Accountant (CPA), who lives in Cullowhee, NC. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting in 1972 from the University of South Carolina. For the next five years, he earned his CPA and increasing management positions in a CPA firm. Except for a couple of years, he has held a private practice since 1977. Due to recent changes in professional standards, Kidd has also received the credential of Chartered Global Management Accountant, (CGMA) which shows he “achieved proficiency and leadership in management” (“AICPA CIMA Joint”,...   [tags: Dan Kidd, certified public accountant]
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Interview with a Social Service Manager - It is Friday afternoon and I am walking from the bus station towards Dunkin Donuts to meet Regina Borden, the program coordinator of healthy family services of the Catholic Charity. I see white Toyota pulling up in front of me. Behind the steering wheel I see women in her fifties waiving her hand on me very warmly. I new it is her, Regina Borden, the person I am waiting for. Quite short, thin lady with a blond curly hair got out of the car. She walks towards me and shakes my hand. " I could have invited you to my office, but actually I manage three organizations, so I have three offices, and I exactly didn't know in which one I would be this afternoon, so I thought it would be the be...   [tags: Interview Essays] 815 words
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Flight Nurse: An Interview and Overview - ... A flight nurse must ensure the safety and comfort of a patient, assesse the needs of patients, and see to it that the proper equipment, supplies and medications are given as necessary. The care is given during the entire course of the flight until the destination is reached. Flight nurses also have to act as a communicator between the flight crew and flight medical team. Flight nurses must also make sure the supplies and proper medical equipment on the aircraft are thoroughly stocked. Lynn said flight nurses also must fill out a chart defining the mechanism of injury, medication history and record vitals every five minutes from the time they receive a patient, to the time they turn them...   [tags: Healthcare, ICU, Career] 823 words
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interview - Tuesdays With Morrie For the past day or two I have spent time with my sister, discussing different topics with her about life. I closely observed her feelings and I recorded what she had to say. We talked about regrets- Ever since my sister Erin started school she got excellent grades. She doesn’t really have any regrets. She only regrets some choices she made with her friends. She thinks she could have picked better friends because she doesn’t have any true friends. She also wished that she stayed with the sports she played in the past....   [tags: essays research papers] 827 words
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Interview Essay - John Tymkiw - Interview Essay - John Tymkiw John Tymkiw was born in the Ukraine on June 10, 1913. WWI broke out a year after he was born, and he lived through the Depression while Hitler and Stalin were fighting. When the Ukraine was signed over to Russian rule, many left, but John stayed and ran a cooperative association supply company. He came to America in 1951, through a sponsor in Chicago and then traveled to California in 1957. He was married in 1962, and had no children of his own, but had two-step children....   [tags: Interview Essays] 835 words
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An Interview with an Experienced Educator on Assessments - ... This teacher feels that so much information can be gathered from assessment. A scenario was giving to explain how assessment can be used in another form. “A student was being assessed on an Art project that was done for home work, and the child work was not even close to the standard of work done in school. When I was grading the projects I pulled the child aside and asked him if he was okay, to which he replied yes. I then asked him if mommy and daddy was okay, he halted and then replied yes....   [tags: evaluate, absorb, students] 838 words
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