Month: August 2010

Volunteer at the Buffalo Urban League

I just started volunteering for the Buffalo Urban League in downtown Buffalo. The BUL has various programs aimed at helping members of the community that might be struggling with various issues in their lives. They work with families, students/youth, senior citizens and others in the community. They run foreclosure prevention and financial literacy courses, a

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Another resource for unemployed New Yorkers

Last week the New York State Department of Labor launched a new website offering free services to both job seekers and businesses. The New York State Job Bank Website, http://www.laborny.jobs/, offers free resume postings for job seekers and free employment ad postings for qualified companies. A press release from the department of labor touted that

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Social media meet-up at Templeton Landing in Buffalo

Photos from a social media meet-up in Buffalo at Templeton Landing. Click to “embiggen”.

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What should Buffalo’s waterfront look like?

So Bass Pro is not coming to Buffalo’s water front, at least not anytime soon. Now what? Here’s your chance to have your ideas heard. Visit the City of Buffalo’s website to fill out an online form and tell Mayor Byron Brown what you think Buffalo’s waterfront should look like. The Buffalo Expat Network (BEN),

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Please excuse this blog from school

My apologies for my lack of writing, I have been extremely busy with interviews and other job-search related tasks. On top of that, I have also been sick for the past week. I seem to fluctuate every other day; one day I will feel better, the next day worse, and then better again, and then

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