In this episode we speak with Aleia Maculam, a Program Officer at the National Security Education Program (NSEP). We discuss federal employment, the Boren hiring authorities, and managing the NSEP exclusive job board.
In Turkish bakeries, you may notice bags of fresh bread suspended on a hook. Called “askıda ekmek,” this custom is an ancient example of paying it forward. “Askıda ekmek” translates to “bread on a hanger” and is a charitable act dating back to the Ottoman empire.
In this episode, we will hear from Mr. Anu Gupta, the Founder & CEO of “Be More America.” Anu is a sought-after expert in breaking bias, adult learning and psychosocial well-being.
Cheese didn’t make its debut in the Korean diet until 1964 when a Belgian missionary Didier t'Serstevens arrived in Imsil County. He wanted to help grow the parish's struggling economy and decided to raise two mountain goats.
Forests and woodlands cover one-third of Germany. Culturally, Germans have always embraced woodlands—a reverence that’s reflected in the practice of “waldeinsamkeit”—a type of nature therapy translating to “solitude of the forest.”