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Jul 23rd

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Ellison: American businesses must grow and compete

US Rep. Keith Ellison (DFL-MN) is organizing his new ‘Make it in America’ agenda, aimed at rebuilding America’s manufacturing sector.

Our manufacturing can be a source of national pride when businesses create good jobs for our nation’s workers. “America’s economy can only be made by our fellow Americans, when products are manufactured in America, creating living-wage jobs for American families,” Ellison says.
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Your resume: An invitation to interview

Your resume:  An invitation to interviewThink of the last big party you were invited to attend.  The one where someone sent a Save the Date card out in advance, and then followed up with an invitation in an envelope with a stamp on it.  What did that invitation look like? 

Did it provide a detailed agenda of everything that would take place during the party?  Imagine that invitation:  Please join us for a party in honor of Joe’s birthday.  Our party begins at five, but Aunt Betty will be early and many of you will be quite late.  By the time you arrive, the food will be cold and the drinks will be warm and Aunt Betty will have eaten half the cake, which is chocolate, by the way, with yellow frosting and little sprinkles on the top…
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Grants address homelessness

Grants to fund Housing Stability programs in the Twin Cities region in an effort to address the underlying issues which may cause homelessness, was announced by Greater Twin Cities United Way.  With an annual commitment of $4.6 million, the grants will support individuals, families and youth who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The three-year grants – awarded after an open and competitive review process – total nearly $14 million and supports 38 of United Way’s highest-rated housing stability programs in the metro area. Funding ensures individuals will have housing, be provided shelter and intervention services, and immediate emergency assistance.  United Way’s Director of Basic Needs Marcia Fink says investment in these programs focuses on providing housing services.  The faster we can move families from shelters to an apartment or sustainable housing, the better.  Stable housing means having a mailing address when seeking employment or for children going to school.”
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Grants address homelessness

Grants to fund Housing Stability programs in the Twin Cities region in an effort to address the underlying issues which may cause homelessness, was announced by Greater Twin Cities United Way.  With an annual commitment of $4.6 million, the grants will support individuals, families and youth who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The three-year grants – awarded after an open and competitive review process – total nearly $14 million and supports 38 of United Way’s highest-rated housing stability programs in the metro area. Funding ensures individuals will have housing, be provided shelter and intervention services, and immediate emergency assistance.  United Way’s Director of Basic Needs Marcia Fink says investment in these programs focuses on providing housing services.  The faster we can move families from shelters to an apartment or sustainable housing, the better.  Stable housing means having a mailing address when seeking employment or for children going to school.”
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Sixth Annual Conference for African American Financial Professionals

The sixth annual Conference for African American Financial Professionals in partnership with MetLife, the founding and presenting sponsor, and Northwestern Mutual, the platinum sponsor hosted by The American College will be held Tuesday, August 16 to Wednesday, August 17, 2011. Once again, leading companies from across the financial services industry will come together to help promote the education and advancement of African American financial professionals during this unique industry event. More than 250 African American financial professionals at all stages of their careers, representing financial companies from across the United States, will be in attendance.
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SBA disaster assistance still available

The Disaster Loan Outreach Center located at the Lucy Laney School, 3333 Penn Avenue North in Minneapolis closed, July 19, but survivors from the May 22 severe storms and tornados can continue to apply for assistance through the U.S. Small Business Administration low-interest disaster loan program.

Although the Center is closed., homeowners, renters, businesses and non-profit organizations of all sizes may obtain information on loan applications by calling the SBA’s Customer Service Center at 800-659-2955 (800-877-8339 for people with speech or hearing disabilities), Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET or by sending an e-mail to disastercustomerservice@sba.gov
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American Public Media Group selects David Kansas as new COO

David Kansas, has accepted the position of chief operating officer, announced the American Public Media Group, parent company of Minnesota Public Radio and American Public Media. Kansas, a Wall Street Journal veteran and digital startup pioneer who grew up in St. Paul, will succeed Jon McTaggart, who took over as CEO on July 1.
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