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Drexel University Sacramento Names Carvana As Manager of Career Services

Drexel University Sacramento Names Carvana As Manager of Career Services

SACRAMENTO – Drexel University Sacramento announced that it has named John Carvana to a newly created position as Manager of Career Services.

Carvana will play a key role when the university launches its full-time undergraduate program in business for students who have finished at least the first two years of their undergraduate education. He will also play a vital role in job placement and career advancement for students in Drexel’s graduate degree program.

The undergraduate program, which begins in Fall 2013, will include a cooperative education (co-op) experience where each student receives six months of paid professional experience.

Carvana joins the Drexel staff after spending the last three years as Executive Director for Career Development Services at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.

Crafting For Canine Comfort

Crafting For Canine Comfort

Northern California Entrepreneur Builds A Better Bed For Dogs

Elli Ketcherside, owner and creator of A Leg Up Dog Beds was inspired to build her business specializing in canine comfort over a year ago, after seeing a make shift hand crafted dog bed on a web site. “ I thought to myself…I can do that…and then some”, Ketcherside says.

More Than 524,000 Meals Packed At Sacramento Area Feed My Starving Children MobilePack™ Event

More Than 524,000 Meals Packed At Sacramento Area Feed My Starving Children MobilePack™ Event

 

More than 524,000 meals for malnourished children were packed by some 2,500 volunteers during a three-day Feed My Starving Children MobilePack™ event that concluded Saturday at William Jessup University in Rocklin.

The event, the third year in Placer County, was made possible by financial support from a number of organizations. Wells Fargo was the lead corporate sponsor, covering the cost of nearly 50,000 meals, while Randy Peters Catering and Event Planning helped cover the cost of nearly 25,000 meals.

While the event is concluded, organizers say they are continuing to seek donations to cover the cost of the meals that were packed. A $22 donation covers the cost of 100 meals. To donate, please visit www.sacfmscmobilepack.org.

Other sponsors were: