From Bandit to G.E.D.
Ocala, FL | In this podcast episode, special guest host R.J. Jenkins sat down with his former student, Manuel (Manny) Cortes Roldan to talk about earning his GED.
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Employee Investment
Ocala, FL | Staff members that have a personal stake in an organization and the future of it will treat every decision as if they were the owner. This is a statement that every business owner wants.
12/01/2022 02:00 AM - Comment(s)
Cookie Art
Ocala, FL | One firm, sweet, buttery bite of Jessica Crouch’s amazing cookies and there’s no doubt this Marion County baker is doing exactly what she was meant to do.
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Out of Chaos
Ocala, FL | Sit down with Margaret Dixon for just a few moments and you will be delighted with her joyful attitude and infectious laugh.
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Ocala, FL | “Access, to me, is more about my attitude and the attitudes of other people,” Tony DeLisle says. He believes there is a distinction between tangible and intangible access.
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The Horse Life
Ocala FL | Some people outgrow their childhood obsessions, leaving them behind as fond memories. Others channel their passions into successful careers that shape their lives. Justine Dutton chose the latter.
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Ocala FL | “I was introduced to the Literary Council, because they needed a part-time data entry person,” shares Yamila Acosta, Director of Programs and Services for the Marion County Literacy Council.
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Dream Job
Ocala FL | Mary Beth Mutarelli’s life has always revolved around helping people. “I’m hooked on helping people move toward their goals.”
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Unsung Hero
Ocala, FL | “I had someone tell me once that I was being used in a divine way,” shares Barbara Woodson, former Deputy Regional Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration of Region IX in San Francisco and Founder of the Marion Literacy Council.
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Ocala FL | Manuel Cortes Roldan was in the fifth grade before he became acquainted with the United States’ education system. Linguistically, he felt little discrepancy in the change.
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