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Going through recruitment may be more about finding sisters that will last a lifetime, but finding a pretty sweet crib to live in with all your sisters isn’t too shabby.
If anything, that would give them a fillip of energy, a recruitment tool.
Recruitment, fundraising and adoption advice had been taking place via a club table at base community events.
Full-time career paramedic jobs are available making average starting salaries around $50,000 in the region, Burlington Fire Protection District's recruitment and retention coordinator Greg Schultz said.
But for all the aspirations to nobility of some of the students—or, more likely, their parents—the school itself prefers to highlight its rigorous academic credentials and increasing influence in the world of graduate recruitment.
An IHSA official for 29 years, Grohovena also serves as the recruitment chair for the Inter-Athletic Council of Officials, an organization composed of 17 sports officials associations throughout northeastern Illinois.
BIXBY, Okla. -- A former U.S. Air Force senior airman is facing federal charges for his alleged involvement in a pipe bomb explosion at a recruitment center Monday night in Bixby, Oklahoma.
Even one of those players leaving adds importance to Langford's recruitment.
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