Spies go online to answer queriesOn 27 Jan 2004 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. The Security Service (MI5) has gone online to answer questions about theorganisation’s training and employment prospects. The service recruits more than 60 graduates a year, and has used Graduate Prospects’live online chatroom, Careers Chat Live, to discuss recruitment, training andcareers in the service. The service has a variety of graduate positions to fill, including posts asgeneralists starting their careers as investigative desk officers, and postsfor those wishing to use their language skills. A secret service recruitment manager said: “This is an excitingopportunity for us, and one which we are looking forward to. “Career opportunities in the Security Service are varied and fulfilling,and we hope to be able to convey some of that enthusiasm for our work toprospective candidates.” www.prospects.ac.uk/links/chatlive Comments are closed.
He stressed that the award has further placed more challenges on his shoulders, as an ambassador of the state and nation, in addition to his responsibilities as SWAN President.According to him, â€œthe honour came to me as a surprise, I never knew that my efforts at giving SWAN a rightful position and campaigning for sports as a huge revenue earner, in addition to ensuring that our people are properly appreciated were being noticedâ€He thanked the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike for the honour and for offering numerous platforms for SWAN to successfully carry out its responsibilities.In their remarks, both the National Ex-Officio, Foster Chime and Vice President (South-South) of SWAN, Bonny Nyong congratulated the president for the honour, saying it was the first time it has happened in the history of the association.They observed that the award was a confirmation that SWAN, as presently being piloted by the Rivers State born sports journalist was working and urged him to continue to deliver quality leadership to the association.Among those present were the President, AIPS-Africa, Mitchell Obi; SWAN chairmen of Rivers, Edo, Bayelsa, Delta, Akwa Ibom, Cross River, and veteran journalist and elder in the association, Ikeddy Isiguzo.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The President, Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN), Mr Honour Sirawoo has dedicated the recent award conferred on him by the Rivers State Government to sports journalists for their support and understanding since his election as the leader of the association.The Rivers State Government honoured the SWAN President with â€˜Governorâ€™s Medal of Honourâ€™ (GMH) for his contributions to the growth and development of sports in the State and Nigeria at large.Sirawoo, who spoke when he hosted some states Chairmen and National Executive Committee (NEC) members of SWAN at his residence in Port Harcourt shortly after the award ceremony, commended sports journalists for the confidence reposed in him and support at all times.
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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Iowa’s three major public universities are planning to resume in-person classes in the fall, but they are still working out the details of what that would look like during the coronavirus pandemic.Iowa Board of Regents President Mike Richards said the schools will follow state and federal health guidelines as they develop plans to bring thousands of students back to the campuses of the University of Iowa, Iowa State University and the University of Northern Iowa .Board of Regents spokesman Josh Lehman told the Des Moines Register that specific plans for the fall semester will be shared as they are developed.Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds is beginning to ease some coronavirus restrictions even though COVID-19 is still spreading in Iowa.The actual number of infections in the state is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested and studies suggest people can be infected without feeling sick.University of Iowa President Bruce Harreld said the school is taking a cautious approach to planning for the fall, adding that the situation is extremely fluid, and the specific steps they need to implement have yet to be determined.Iowa State President Wendy Wintersteen said in a letter to faculty and staff last week that the school is facing more than $80 million in losses and additional expenses since April 3 because of the coronavirus pandemic. That total includes nearly $17 million in refunds to students and families for housing, dining and other fees.Wintersteen said she will continue to prioritize the health of students, faculty and staff as plans for the fall are developed.