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13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

bewerbung stärken schwächen

13+ Bewerbung Stärken Schwächen

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Alaska Accompaniment Library is accepting summer internship applications

The Alaska Accompaniment Library is accepting applications for two summer internships in accessible libraries. Interns will accept biking reimbursement, per diem ($60/day for 50 days), an honorarium and chargeless apartment during the eight-week internship. The internship is sponsored by the Alaska Library Network.

The Alaska Accompaniment Library Internship Activity is a grant-funded activity that will accompany two interns who accept afresh completed or are abreast achievement of their Master’s amount in Library or Advice Science to assignment in Alaska accessible libraries for two months in the summer of 2019. Added advice can be begin at http://lam.alaska.gov/library_internship.

Applicants charge accommodate a resume, archetype of actionable transcripts, two belletrist of advocacy (one charge be an bookish recommendation) and a one-page awning letter.

All abstracts except belletrist of advocacy can be emailed to julie.niederhauser@alaska.gov with “Internship appliance for [applicant’s name]” in the accountable line.

Letters of advocacy can be beatific to julie.niederhauser@alaska.gov by advocacy writers with the accountable band “Letter of Advocacy for [applicant’s name].”

The appliance aeon will abutting Feb. 16.

CBJ Docks & Harbors Marine Park bank blanket will booty place

Purcell Painting & Coatings from Tukwila, Washington, will be repainting the Marine Park area accumulation bank from Jan. 7-March 8.

Parts of Marine Park will be belted off during architecture activities.

Alaska Railroad seeks train-related artwork

The Alaska Railroad (ARRC) is gluttonous submissions from artists about the accompaniment depicting ARRC trains, routes and adventures.

Entries for the 2020 art book challenge are due by Friday, Feb. 22.

Once an access is selected, ARRC will agency the artisan to actualize a final adaptation to be the base for the railroad’s official 2020 commemorative print, affiche and allowance boutique merchandise.

From the completed artwork, the Alaska Railroad produces up to 750 active and numbered prints, several thousand posters and several thousand accessory pins. The railroad pays the artisan $3,000 and provides 10 artisan proofs and 20 posters. The artisan agrees to participate in print/poster sale-and-signing contest in Anchorage and Fairbanks. Signing contest may additionally action in an added community, depending on the accountable of the artwork. The Alaska Railroad pays for the artist’s biking expenses.

Artists should abide a account no beyond than 11-by-17 inches.

To accommodate some context, artists should additionally accommodate several samples of their accomplished artwork.

Mail submissions to the absorption of John Simmons, Passenger Depot Services Manager, Alaska Railroad, P.O. Box 107500, Anchorage, AK 99510-7500.

Blueprint City walking tours continue

The Blueprint City activity aggregation is hosting a alternation of accessible walking tours to analyze capacity such as business vitality, parking and sustainability. Each bout focuses on altered capacity from antecedent accessible affairs and includes a altercation on what is working, what is not and abeyant approaching improvements. The hourlong bout will end with 30 account of chat and abating up at a coffee shop.

Blueprint City is a planning accomplishment of the City and Borough of Juneau’s Association Development Department to set a association eyes for the approaching of city Juneau.

The additional bout is Saturday, Jan. 12, and it will focus on vehicles, parking and the banal experience. It will be 1-2:30 p.m. and meets at Heritage Coffee, at the bend of Front and Seward streets.

The third bout will focus on cultural identity, sustainability and the ambiance and will be 1-2:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 19, and it meets at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center at 350 Whittier St.

Interested associates of the accessible are encouraged to assurance up in beforehand for one or added tours at Media or by calling the Association Development Department at 586-0715. ADA apartment are accessible aloft appeal with at atomic 72 hours’ notice.