Morning Buzz

04.25.2015

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Good morning! Today’s buzz features the country’s first female African-American Attorney General, the secret to partisanship and banning palcohol in NC. On this day in 1990, Violeta Chamorro took office as the first female President of Nicaragua. In light of Loretta Lynch’s confirmation, today’s visuals are female leaders from around the globe. 

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Local Government Confidential

The April Confidential: Do You Get Paid More than the Mayor?

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Kent Wyatt – LinkedIn and Twitter – provides the latest in local government, pop culture, and random musings in this members-only post. 

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04.26.2015

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Good morning! Today’s buzz features a look at Twitter maps can be useful in times of disaster, news of hackers getting into Pres. Obama’s non-classified emails, and look into why pregnant women in Mississippi keep dying. Right Now with Ian Davidson What I’m Watching: BookTV on C-SPAN2–Darn good television What I’m Reading: Fast Company’s May issue What I’m [...]

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Allow Myself to Introduce Myself

ELGL Team Expands with Fab Four

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Our pet peeve is local governments and professional associations that don’t provide meaningful work experience for students and practitioners. We address our pet peeve by “hiring” public affairs assistants to develop our initiatives – #13Percent and #WeBuiltThisCity – and serve on the ELGL management team. It’s important to note that when we say “hire” that [...]

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Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

UNC Job Listings 4.24.2015

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Celebrate the weekend with this list of public sector jobs. With everything from budget analyst positions to town managers you can find your next opportunity. Download the list: UNC Job Listings 4.24.2015

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State of Local Government

Part II: Governing the California Republic

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In Part I, Stephen wrote about the characteristics of California. Link: Part I: Making Civic Sense of California — Six or Otherwise. He follows up with a description of governance in California. Part II: Governing the California Republic By Stephen Harding – LinkedIn In their text, Public Administration-Understanding Management, Politics, and the Law in the Public Sector, David [...]

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Job Posting

Job Openings: City of Pearland, TX

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The City of Pearland, TX has several new job openings. Take a look below, and check out their jobs website for more!

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Morning Buzz

4.24.2015

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In today’s Morning Buzz we tell you about the Hubble telescope celebrating 25 years, why the western United States may soon be doomed and why those working in Chicago will never have to leave their offices again.

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State of Local Government

Part I: Making Civic Sense of California — Six or Otherwise

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ELGL continues to expand in California. With this expansion, we are developing more original content relevant to the local government arena in California. Stephen Harding leads us off by writing about the recent initiative to split California into six separate states. Stephen has served as the City Manager of the Cities of Murrieta and Jurupa Valley, [...]

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Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

04.23.15: Rethinking Your Resume with Graham Caulfield

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Each week Graham Caulfield, Expert Resume Man, will provide tips for improving your resume. Graham is an expert at helping career transitioners present themselves to their best advantage with potential employers.

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Morning Buzz

04.23.2015

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Today’s Morning Buzz is dedicated to Earth Day. The official Earth Day was yesterday, April 22 but lets face it, every day is Earth Day!  

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