Education Matters goes outside their “norm” this month by bringing on some unique guests – students! Tracy and Lamar welcome Logan and Jacob from local high schools to speak about their current internship and apprenticeship. Is it guiding them to their ideal career path? Or does the “real world” intimidate students? Sharon Turner, the Career Development Coordinator for Catawba County Schools, steps in to explain the benefits of programs like these and how local businesses are not only helping students prepare for the future, but are benefiting from the experience as well. Listen in and see how you, your children, or business could gain from this program!Read More
As the Hospital CAHPS discussion is wrapped up, listen in to hear the “overall rating” score explained. How it’s measured, how it’s determined, and how to read it. Alan, Janette and Valerie also discuss ways to help improve your overall rating if your organization needs that extra push for better scores. From the importance of rounding and teamwork to how you share your score with the organization, this episode covers the basics you need to know.Read More
Your hosts Carol Anne and Mary-Margaret take a Quick Trip by talking about making mealtime easier for your busy, on-the-go lifestyle. Join in as we generate ideas to make feeding the family a little less hectic. Less time for planning means more time for enjoying your little ones! With tips about pre-chopping to freezer style, this Quick Trip is one you don’t want to miss.
Running Time: 10 minutes
On this month’s episode of New Stuff, your host Lee Yount is joined by guests Donnie Albert, Mary-Margaret Baker and Alan Jackson to talk about the latest in technology. Topics for this episode range from Cloud storage services like Dropbox and newcomer SkyDrive to 3-D printers to Hack-a-thons. The episode concludes with a summary of the panel’s favorite mobile apps.
Running Time: 1:05
Tea tree oil, baking soda, vinegar, oh my! This episode of Be Holistic! gets a little racy as the ladies talk dirty, about cleaning supplies, that is. With just a few ingredients in hand, Suzanne and Michelle discuss all things “green” in cleaning – they’ll even help you make your own. Are you a “lazy, well groomed hippie” or just curious about never having to call poison control for your kids. With the good, bad, and the ugly of household products out there, let these ladies talk dirty to you for a little while and guide you to better cleaning – holistically!Read More