***Times of Topics or Guests are subject to Change***
Friday, November 21st
10:15 Dr. Michelle I Spain, Deville School of Business(Walsh University)
Topic: IDebate Rwanda team @ Walsh until Nov. 24th
10:35 Margaret Wong, Immigration Attorney
Topic: Immigration Laws
11:15 Proffessor Bill Lyons, Political Science(Univ. Of Akron)
Topic: Immigration Laws
11:35 Al Caranza & Wilter Perez
Topic: Latino Business League
11:50 FRIDAY SHOWCASE: Playwright Edie Bowman
Topic: A Christmas Blessing
Thursday, November 20th
10:15 DISCUSSION: Shooting at Flordia State & Snow in Buffalo
10:35 Sheriff George Maire
Topic: Lawsiut over appeal, Job performance, stability in Office
10:45 Paul Henry, Rape Crisis center
Topic: How prevalent is rape, ways to prevent, and counseling
DISCUSSION: Bill Cosby & RAPE allegations
11:15 Attorney Dean Carro
Topic: MORE on Bill Cosby & statute of limitations, Grand Jury & Ferguson protest
Wednesday, November 19th
10:15 DISCUSSION: Keystone Pipeline, Ferguson & The Grand Jury, Immigration
10:35 Marie Fescke, Chairwoman of Holly Pine Lane
Topic: Canton Garden Center & Park development. 25th Annual Hally Pine Lane
11:15 Dr. Frieda Birnbaum, Psychologist
Topic: Professional Women in relationship
11:45 DISCUSSION: Bill Cosby rape allegations
Tuesday, November 18th
10:15 Dave Kirven, Stark Co. Oil & Gas Partnership, and Building Trades
Topic: Importance of pipelines for overall shale play
10:45 Doug Lane, North Canton Chamber
Topic: Role in pipeline & employment
11:15 Dave Kaminski, Canton Chamber
Topic: Role in pipeline, Global view of employment, Impact in Stark Co.
11:45 Peter Lidick, Dir. of Pipelines American Petroleum
Topic: Construction of pipelines across county & progression
Monday, November 17th
10:15 DISCUSSION: Bill Cosby RAPE allegations resurface
11:15 Black Republicans
Police breaks window after traffic stop
Information about opportunities in the Oil and Gas Industry
Descriptions of careers in the oil and natural gas industry: http://oogeep.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Workforce-Development-Careers-in-Ohio.pdf
Information on average wages (see pages 9, 12-13): http://ohiolmi.com/OhioShale/OhioShalereport-July2014-2013Q4.pdf
Information on careers determined as “in demand” by the Ohio Workforce Information Exchange — Job Forecast initiative as of July 2014 (see page 13): http://ohiolmi.com/OhioShale/OhioShalereport-July2014-2013Q4.pdf
List of Ohio oil and natural gas training programs by educational institution: http://oogeep.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Schools-and-Career-List-4-22-14.pdf
List of Ohio oil and natural gas training programs by career (with description of each career):http://oogeep.org/industry-workforce/careers/
To learn about training opportunities in Ohio’s building and construction trades contact Affiliated Construction Trades of Ohio (“ACT Ohio”): http://www.actohio.org/workforce-training/
Information on training programs across the country: http://www.oilgasworkforce.com/
While each educational institution may have their own programs for scholarships and/or financial assistance, two additional resources include:
Your local OhioMeansJobs career center may be able to link you to financial assistance for certain types of training: http://jfs.ohio.gov/owd/wia/Docs/OhioMeansJobs-Centers-by-County.stm
Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program and the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Foundation scholarship program: http://oogeep.org/teachers-students/scholarships/
To search for oil and natural gas jobs in Ohio: http://www.ohiomeansjobs.com/ (this site has jobs outside of the oil and natural gas industry as well)
To search for oil and natural gas jobs in Ohio: http://oil-and-gas.jobs.net/jobs/ohio.aspx
American Petroleum Institute workforce website to look for jobs across the county and world: www.oilgasworkforce.com
Ohio Oil and Gas Association job posting site: http://ooga.org/jobs/job-postings/
Energy In Depth Ohio job search site: http://www.eidohio.org/jobsearch/
Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program job search resource: http://oogeep.org/industry-workforce/ohio-oil-and-gas-jobs/
Your local OhioMeansJobs careers center may also serve as a resource for job searching: http://jfs.ohio.gov/owd/wia/Docs/OhioMeansJobs-Centers-by-County.stm
MISSING CHILDREN CONTACT INFO:
Call the Nation Center For Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE- LOST (843-5678)
GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS CONTACT LIST:
President Barack Obama (D)
The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington DC 20500
202 456-1111, Switchboard: 202 456-1414
Senator Sherrod Brown (D)
713 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington DC 20510
1301 E. Ninth St., Suite 1710, Cleveland OH 44114
Senator Rob Portman (R)
338 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington DC 20510
1240 E. Ninth St., Room 3061, Cleveland OH 44199
U.S. Representative (R-16th District)
U.S. House of Representatives
130 Cannon House Office Building, Washington DC 20515
District Office, 1 Park Center Drive, Suite 302, Wadsworth OH 44281
U.S. Representative (R-7th District)
U.S. House of Representatives
329 Cannon House Office Building, Washington DC 20515
District Office, Ashland County Office Building, 110 Cottage St., Ashland OH 44805
U.S.Representative (D-13th District)
1421 Longworth House Office Building, Washington DC 20515
District Office 1030 Tallmadge Ave., Akron OH 44310
Governor John Kasich (R)
Riffe Center, 30th Floor, 77 S. High St., Columbus OH 43215-6117
Ohio State Senator Frank LaRose (R-27th District)
1 Capitol Square, Columbus OH 43215
Born and raised in Lafayette, Georgia, Ron attended The University of Akron and Kent State University. You can hear him "pontificate" 10am-Noon weekdays on News-Talk 1480 WHBC. He is also the owner of PonderSystems media and marketing and as an independent television producer he produces programs for PBS affiliates, network affiliates, cable systems and corporate clients and documentaries, such as the history of Stark County and “The ESPN2 Local Sports Break”.
Ron is Chairman of the Board, Coming Together Stark County (formerly Town Hall on Race Relations), Board member, President William McKinley National Presidential Library and the former publisher/part owner of “The Stark County Advantage” newspaper, former president of Stark County branch NAACP and former guest columnist “The Canton Repository”.
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