This Internship Program Is ONLY For Women Over 40

So much for an internship only going to ambitious college students. Forbes Magazine has exciting news about a company that figured out a way to give a similar opportunity to women looking to get back into the workforce. Wunderlich Kaplan Communications is a PR firm in New York City. They’ve created what they call The Entership. It’s described on their website as a four-week program for women “looking to re-enter the workforce in an exciting, fast-paced and productive environment. This newly

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Apple Making It Easier For You To Become An Organ Donor

Do your part to make the world a better place, to become an organ donor? Yep, there’s an app for that. Well, there is about to be. KTVU reports Apple’s new update to its iOs 10 operating system for the iPhone will include a simple way to register to become a donor. The option will be available in the Health app when the new update becomes available this Fall. Organ donation is very personal to the folks at Apple. Founder

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Governor’s Wife Takes Summer Job Waiting Tables

A governor’s wife is turning heads in a seaside town in Maine where she has taken a summer job waiting tables. Ann LePage is the First Lady of Maine. Sounds glamorous. Most of the year she works her tail off supporting causes around her state. Her husband, Paul LePage, makes $70,000 a year, making him the lowest paid governor in the country. The LePages aren’t exactly complaining, but it does mean things can be tight, especially if you want some

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9/11 Fire Chief Finally Gets Funeral 15 Years Later, A Twist Of His Own Generosity

A New York City fire chief finally received his proper funeral this week 15 years after he was killed during the 9/11 attacks. The beautiful twist of the story, the funeral was finally able to happen because of one of his own selfless acts. Batallion chief Lawrence T. Stack was 58-years-old when he died. He’d spent 33 years fighting fires. The New York Times reports Chief Stack died a hero rescuing countless other firefighters and civilians as the World Trade

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National Aquarium Moving Its Dolphins To Ocean Sanctuary By 2020

Dolphins at the National Aquarium in Baltimore have reason to smile today. The Aquarium is announcing plans to move its eight bottleneck dolphins its performing pool in Baltimore to nation’s first oceanside sanctuary in Florida or the Caribbean by 2020. The Baltimore Sun reports this is also a huge victory for animal activists who have protested for years that it is cruel to keep such large, intelligent creatures cooped up in such a small space. Aquarium officials envision a first-of-its-kind protected, seaside

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Total Joy As Girl Gets American Girl Doll With Prosthetic Leg-Just Like Hers

You want to see pure joy? Watch what happens when 10-year-old Emma Bennett gets an American Girl Doll that has a prosthetic leg just like hers. Little girls around the world long for an American Girl Doll that looks like them.  That usually means matching skin color, their eyes, their hair. And there are all sorts of varieties. But the company doesn’t make a doll with a prosthetic leg. Emma’s mom set out on a mission to make her daughter’s dream

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Shaquille O’Neal Goes Undercover As A Lyft Driver

Ever wondered what it would be like to get a ride from Shaquille O’Neal? Wonder no more. See what happens when Shaq tries to go undercover as a Lyft driver in Atlanta to surprise passengers. Turns out when you’re 7’1” and an entertainer on the court and in front of the camera, it’s hard to surprise anyone. I’ve seen a few of these undercover bits. This one made me laugh aloud more times than I can count. Kudos to Shaq

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Teen Turns Down $30 Million For Company He Created

It’s mind-boggling to think how many iTunes gift cards and video games a teen could buy with $30 million! Somehow, 14 year-old Taylor Rosenthal had the self-control to say, “No, thank you,” when a big health care company offered him that huge sum for the company he has created. Taylor came up with the idea of vending machines that sell first aid kits and supplies. His company, RecMed, is getting ready to roll them out at baseball and amusement parks

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Library-Hotel Where You Sleep Among The Bookshelves

Can you imagine a better place for a book lover to spend the night than in a library-hotel? Such a place really exists. The Guardian says Book And Bed opened late last year in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro district. There’s nothing fancy here. It sounds like it is more of a hostel than a high-end hotel. Book And Bed’s website explains what you should expect: “There are no comfortable mattresses, fluffy pillows nor lightweight and warm down duvets.” More than an upscale experience,

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Divorced Couple Become Successful Business Partners

Ken and Wanda Bass are one divorced couple worth paying attention to. They’ve become successful business partners long after their marriage ended. They did it by creating something they found they needed themselves— Greeting cards exes can give to each other. These two have been in each other’s lives a long time. They became a couple in 2002, we’re married 15 years and had two sons together before they divorced. Even though their marriage didn’t work out, they respected each

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