Description*This recruitment is to establish an applicant pool for futurevacancies. Individuals will be contacted as vacanciesoccur.*Olympic College is continuously recruiting for ScreenwritingAdjunct Faculty (part-time) to teach multiple level/cluster coursesin script writing, and serve as mentors for our screenwritingstudents. This position will primarily teach courses in person atthe Shelton Campus.Olympic College is home to award-winning Associate andBaccalaureate degree programs in Filmmaking. The programs combinethe more traditional theory approaches of film studies withextensive hands-on instruction and active student engagement ineach course. OC is seeking adjunct faculty members in the area offilmmaking that can incorporate this teaching approach into theirpedagogy. Emphasis is on the practical and artistic elements ofnarrative storytelling.Olympic College’s Filmmaking department features a media productionstudio, dedicated editing suites, a sound stage, all new filmproduction equipment, a screening theatre, and Mac computers withindustry software. The program grants Bachelor and Associatedegrees in Filmmaking, and is taught by current and former industryprofessionals. The department currently enrolls over 250 students aquarter and is rapidly growing. Olympic College is seeking adjunctfaculty who can help maintain cutting edge instruction, bring anentrepreneurial spirit necessary to collaboratively assist ingrowing and guiding a department dedicated to serving the authenticneeds of the digital filmmaker in the 21st century, and help takethe department to the next level of national prominence.Click the “How to Apply” button for more information.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Fast Start, created by Purdue in partnership with the philanthropic online learning program Modern States, is designed to help Indiana high school students earn access to up to a year of college credit through free online courses and the corresponding College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams.Students receive assured admission into Purdue if they complete five courses, pass the corresponding CLEP exams and meet the University’s standard admissions requirements.“Every promising Indiana student deserves the opportunity to pursue an affordable, world-class education. With its new Fast Start program, which could easily save Indiana families thousands of dollars, Purdue University has taken yet another step toward making this possible,” the press release stated.Learn more about the program here.
English giants Chelsea and Manchester City are under investigation by world football’s ruling body, FIFA, over their recruitment of young players under the age of 18.Chelsea are being investigated by FIFA for the third time, and one of the previous investigations culminated in a two-year transfer in 2009. On the other hand, Manchester City were fined £300,000 and banned from signing academy players for two years in May by the Premier League.FIFA has strict rules in place when it comes to the signing of young players under the age of 18 in a bid to prevent trafficking and exploitation.On the new development, Chelsea are adamant that they “comply with all Fifa statutes and regulations when recruiting players” while Manchester City claim they are not aware of any investigation.Chelsea were banned from transfers for two years in 2009 after they were found guilty of prompting Gael Kukuta to break his contract with French side Lens before the ban was lifted on appeal. Seven years later, they were investigated for the 2014 signing of Burkina Faso international forward Bertrand Traore from Association Jeunes Espoirs De Bobo-Dioulasso.Manchester City were punished by the Premier League after they were found guilty of approaching the family of two young players who were on the books of other clubs.According to FIFA rules, the transfer of under-18 players to different countries is prohibited unless they meet strict criteria.Under-18 players can only be transferred abroad if:The player’s parents move to the country in which the new club is located for non-footballing reasons.Both clubs are in the European Union or European Economic Area and the player is aged between 16 and 18. Even then, the buying club must meet more criteria relating to education, training, living conditions and support.They live within 100km of the club. RelatedManchester City Get Slap On The Wrist For Breaking FIFA Transfer RulesAugust 13, 2019In “England”FIFA Bans Chelsea, Drops Heavy Fine On English FAFebruary 22, 2019In “England”Chelsea Plan Panic Buying Ahead of FIFA Transfer BanNovember 18, 2018In “England”
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Having been in the market for help on the blue line and in the crease throughout most of the season, the Fort St. John Huskies made a number of moves prior to Sunday’s midnight NWJHL trade deadline. The club has acquired a pair of defencemen as well as a goaltender.Coming to Fort St. John are defenders Tanner Braid and Wyatt Griffiths. Braid is the brother of current Huskies player Austin Braid and has spent 10 games this season with the Princeton Posse of the KIJHL totalling two goals and an assist along with six penalty minutes.Griffiths was acquired from the Beaverlodge Blades after lacing up the skates in 26 games for the club. In those games he racked up six goals and eight assists for 14 points and 24 penalty minutes.- Advertisement -Prior to being acquired by Fort St. John Brody Nelson split time this season between the Revelstoke Grizzlies and Golden Rockets of the KIJHL. Nelson posted an .880 save percentage with the Rockets, and a .920 save percentage with the Grizzlies.Huskies general manager Jeremy Clothier said the back end has had its issues throughout the year and the club is hopeful these new pieces will help clean up those problems.“We’ve obviously had some holes that we’ve been looking to fill all season. Adding the right pieces we hope here at the deadline will make a difference in how we proceed forward,” he said.Advertisement The trio of players are expected to take their first skates with the club this week at practice.