Medical Assistant Tuition Grants of $6,000, Offered by Bryant & Stratton

By 2022, medical assistant positions are expected to grow to 150,000 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Medical assistant courses online are one of the fastest growing segments of online training due to this growing demand for skilled workers.  Grants and the ease of access to training is expected to help individuals fill these positions over the coming years.

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The Decision to Replace Your Roof, a Tough One, According to John Galeotafiore, Associate Director of Home Improvement Testing for Consumer Reports

A pair of binoculars are necessary when deciding to repair or replace your roof.  According to John Galeotafiore, associate director of home improvement testing for Consumer Reports, the home owner should inspect his roof from the street level with a pair of binoculars.

Other factors posted by this Williamsburg Va roofing company explain that you should take into account the age of the roof and the cost of the repairs compared to the new roof.

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Super Bowl Weekend Brings Out The Cars For Rent From The Exotic Car Collection

Some of the major rental car companies, such as enVus Motors exotic rental cars, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Hertz have a fleet of exotic cars.

Lamborghini and Maserati are included in the collection of exotic cars that are going to be available to those that want to use Enterprise Rent-A-Car as their rental choice, when they travel to the big game.

Hertz has over 50 gold-plated Lincoln Navigators ready for rental just in time for Super Bowl weekend, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the big game.

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Pilot Program Creates Wi-Fi Hub on School Buses

Kathy Rains, DCS technology director, is part of an 11 member committee that has created a digital plan that among other things eliminates textbooks and gives students 24/7 access to the classroom via the internet and now Wi-Fi on buses.

Brick and mortar schools are hurrying to keep up with the same technology used by online schools offering laptops, as demonstrated by this pilot program.

Cedar Ridge student Destin Ishman used his school-issued laptop to check his semester grades during a trial run with on board Wi-Fi, Destin and other students that have limited access to the internet at home feel that the on board Wi-Fi will help them be more productive.

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Independent Consulting Group Evaluates DPW and Wastewater operations: Suggest Rate Hike

After an evaluation of the Tisbury sewer rates and local trash removal service fee schedule, Douglas Gardner, president of Pioneer Consulting Group, offered his advice.

In a seven page report, Gardner offered many recommendations including rate and fee hikes.  The reasoning for the rate hikes according to the report was that future increased expenses will not be covered by the current fee structure.

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