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Auditor Galloway announces legislation to protect students’ personal information

Bipartisan legislation requires schools to alert parents of any data breach involving student records JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (March. 3, 2017) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today announced a bipartisan effort to increase safeguards for students whose information is compromised in a cybersecurity incident. Senate Bill 478 would require school districts …

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Park University Receives Seven-Figure Gift for New School of Business Building

Parkville, Mo.—February 28, 2017 — Park University announces that the Robert W. Plaster Foundation of Lebanon, Mo., has made a substantial seven-figure gift toward a new building to house the University’s School of Business. When the approximate 20,500-square-foot project is completed, the building will be known as the Robert W. …

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Park University Hosting Spring Career Fair on March 29

Companies, organizations, agencies sought to participate Parkville, Mo.—February 27, 2017 — Park University’s Career Development Center will host its Spring 2017 Career and Internship Fair on Wednesday, March 29, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Breckon Sports Center on the University’s Parkville Campus. The event is open to the …

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Job Opportunities Targeted by Valentine Event

This year on Valentine’s Day, hundreds of Northland high school students got a firsthand look at something called “advanced manufacturing.” Sponsored by the Northland Education and Business Alliance, the student visits were part of Fall In Love with Manufacturing Day arranged to give students a look at locations that are …

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Park University Earns Honor as a Military Spouse Friendly School

Parkville, Mo.—February 16, 2017 — For the third time in four months, Park University’s recognition and respect for the contributions military personnel make to the country, as well as the University’s long history of serving those who serve our country, has been commended. Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs, Military …

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Scholarships available for Missouri students pursuing insurance industry careers

Deadline to apply is March 31 Jefferson City, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Insurance reminds Missouri high school seniors and current college students that the application deadline for Missouri Insurance Education Foundation (MIEF) scholarships is March 31. Four $1,500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors who …

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PragerU Kicks Off 2017 School Choice Initiative

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23, 2017—Today, PragerU marked the launch of a four-part yearlong “School Choice Now” campaign, with the release of the video, “Why Good Teachers Want School Choice”, and the unveiling of the SchoolChoiceNow.com website. This inaugural video features Rebecca Friedrichs, an Orange County public school teacher who was …

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Auditor Galloway identifies concerns with operations of higher education incentive program

Auditor issues recommendations related to management of program that provides additional funding to reward public colleges and universities for meeting performance goals JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (Jan. 5, 2017) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has released a review of performance funding for Missouri public higher education. The program is intended to …

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How to Request an Intern from the Northland CAPS Program

This is a brief note from North Kansas City Business Council Executive Director Rich Groves. We share his enthusiasm about the Northland CAPS program. We had an intern ourselves last year. It’s an outstanding program that gives real world experience to teenagers as they begin to make the choices about …

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