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NASA Announces New Director of Ames Research Center
4 May 2015, 4:30 pm

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced Monday the selection of Dr. Eugene L. Tu as the next director of the agency’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California, effective immediately.

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA Langley to Be Recognized for Advancing Helicopter Research
4 May 2015, 12:16 pm

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden will be at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, Friday, May 8 to participate in a ceremony recognizing Langley’s decades of contributions to improving helicopters and other vertical flight aircraft.

Source: NASA Breaking News

The Salary Question During an Interview
7 January 2015, 11:00 am


Q: How do I answer when I’m asked about my salary preferences?

A: This question is tricky because answer too high and you’ll seem too expensive of a candidate. Answer too low and you’re effectively selling yourself short.

Before you go into any interview, whether it be through phone or in person, make sure you perform a quick research of the position you’re interviewing for. Check your salary estimates using sites such as glassdoor.com, salary.com or payscale.com. Unfortunately, not all of these are accurate based on the level of experience you have and the importance of your skills relative to that company, so be sure not to base your salary entirely on these estimates. However, definitely use these sites as a good reference point.

Next, always answer this question as a range. For example, saying that your salary expectations are 40,000 to 50,000 broadens your chances of answering within the range that the employer is willing to offer. Be prepared to receive an offer towards the lower side of your range. If this is not something you’re willing to accept, don’t say that lower range just for the purpose of having a range.

If possible, deflect the question if you are at an early stage of the interview. Put the focus on understanding the job requirements instead by saying, I’d love to learn more about this job’s requirements and how well I meet these needs before discussing salary. Another approach is to try and ask them what kind of range they’re offering instead. Say, I’m sure you’ve budgeted a salary range for this position and I’m certain we’ll reach an agreement if I am your preferred candidate. What is this budgeted range?

Finally, make sure you practice answering this question. Money talks are always sensitive subjects, so to prevent yourself from choking up during the interview, practice before hand.

To brush up on other interview related skills, read on for some more interviewing tips!

The post The Salary Question During an Interview appeared first on Job Search, Job Organization Blog | Startwire.

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The Strategic Value of Organizing Your Job Search
3 November 2014, 10:30 am

If you find it hard to keep track of your job search progress and history, consider using a site dedicated to job search organization. Doing so allows you to keep your job search information all in one place.3223920178_85c26133df_m

If you don’t like the idea of extra work, the good news is that these sites do most of the work for you and keep it as simple as possible.

What are the benefits to organizing your job search?

  • Keep track of your applied jobs history – the exact job title, company, and dates you applied to a job
  • Keep track of the status of your job applications – how long it’s been since applying to the job
  • Set reminders for scheduled interviews
  • Save your job searches and apply to an interesting job at a later time
  • File for unemployment benefits easily with proof that you’ve been job searching
  • Jot down any notes you’d like to remember for the job application
StartWire, a free job search organization tool, does all of the above and also comes with additional free tools, such as:

  • Tracker – a smart browser plug-in that saves the jobs you’ve viewed and applied for at leading job search sites
  • Express Apply Jobs – jobs that require no applications and take 60 seconds to apply
  • Automatic Status Updates – Have they received your application? Is the job still open? Get your questions answered with status updates.
Don’t underestimate the strategic value of clean organization in your job search!

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Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Tsiribihina River, Madagascar
« on: Mon May 04, 2015 - 00:08:29 »
Tsiribihina River, Madagascar
4 May 2015, 12:00 am

Tsiribihina River, MadagascarMuddy river flow builds up the delta and the coastline on the island’s west coast.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Connecting Islands in the Pacific
« on: Sat May 02, 2015 - 21:03:53 »
Connecting Islands in the Pacific
3 May 2015, 12:00 am

Connecting Islands in the PacificThe eruption of an undersea volcano gave rise to new real estate between two islands in the kingdom of Tonga.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Landslide in Langtang Valley
« on: Sat May 02, 2015 - 00:13:09 »
Landslide in Langtang Valley
1 May 2015, 12:17 pm

Landslide in Langtang ValleyA powerful earthquake in Nepal triggered a destructive landslide that buried the village of Langtang.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Power Outages Plague Nepal
« on: Fri May 01, 2015 - 18:03:44 »
Power Outages Plague Nepal
1 May 2015, 12:52 pm

Power Outages Plague NepalDarkness descended on much of Nepal after a powerful earthquake rattled the country’s already stressed electrical grid.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Return to Miyakejima
« on: Fri May 01, 2015 - 00:03:42 »
Return to Miyakejima
1 May 2015, 12:00 am

Return to MiyakejimaAfter an eruption in 2000 forced all of its residents to evacuate, some people have returned to this small Japanese island.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

NASA Administrator Statement on House Authorization Bill
30 April 2015, 5:31 pm

Statement from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden on the House of Representatives’ NASA authorization bill

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA Completes MESSENGER Mission with Expected Impact on Mercury's Surface
30 April 2015, 4:19 pm

A NASA planetary exploration mission came to a planned, but nonetheless dramatic, end Thursday when it slammed into Mercury’s surface at about 8,750 mph and created a new crater on the planet’s surface.

Source: NASA Breaking News

SpaceX Targets May 6 for Pad Abort Test of New Crew Spacecraft
30 April 2015, 3:53 pm

SpaceX now is targeting Wednesday, May 6, for a pad abort test of its Crew Dragon, a spacecraft under final development and certification through NASA’s Commercial Crew Program (CCP). The test window will open at 7 a.m. EDT.

Source: NASA Breaking News

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Plume from Ambrym Volcano
« on: Wed Apr 29, 2015 - 18:03:44 »
Plume from Ambrym Volcano
28 April 2015, 2:31 pm

Plume from Ambrym VolcanoA plume from an active volcano in the Vanuatu archipelago extended over the South Pacific Ocean.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

NASA Awards Research Grants for Minority Serving Institutions
29 April 2015, 4:40 pm

NASA's Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP) has selected 10 minority serving universities for cooperative agreement awards valued at almost $47 million.

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA’s New Horizons Detects Surface Features, Possible Polar Cap on Pluto
29 April 2015, 4:14 pm

For the first time, images from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft are revealing bright and dark regions on the surface of faraway Pluto – the primary target of the New Horizons close flyby in mid-July.

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA's NuSTAR Captures Possible 'Screams' from Zombie Stars
29 April 2015, 1:01 pm

Peering into the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) has spotted a mysterious glow of high-energy X-rays that, according to scientists, could be the "howls" of dead stars as they feed on stellar companions.

Source: NASA Breaking News

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Fires in Central America
« on: Wed Apr 29, 2015 - 12:03:44 »
Fires in Central America
28 April 2015, 3:52 pm

Fires in Central AmericaSmoke streams from fires on the Yucatán Peninsula.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Tracking the Sulfur Dioxide from Calbuco
28 April 2015, 10:35 am

Tracking the Sulfur Dioxide from CalbucoAlong with copious amounts of ash, the volcano in Chile has been spewing sulfur dioxide gas that can have effects on climate.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

NASA to Hold Media Call on Latest Images of Pluto from New Horizons Spacecraft
28 April 2015, 4:17 pm

NASA will host a media teleconference at 3:30 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, April 29 to discuss recent images returned from the New Horizons spacecraft as it nears its historic July 14 encounter with Pluto. Officials also will provide an update on the timeline and significance of images the mission team will receive in the coming weeks.

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA Successfully Tests Shape-Changing Wing for Next Generation Aviation
28 April 2015, 3:58 pm

Researchers, working in concert with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and FlexSys Inc., of Ann Arbor, Michigan, successfully completed initial flight tests of a new morphing wing technology with the potential to save millions of dollars annually in fuel costs, reduce airframe weight and decrease aircraft noise during takeoffs and landings.

Source: NASA Breaking News

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Fires in North Korea
« on: Tue Apr 28, 2015 - 15:08:21 »
Fires in North Korea
27 April 2015, 1:32 pm

Fires in North KoreaSatellites often detect fires throughout North Korea in spring as farmers prepare for the growing season.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Russian Resupply Ship Experiencing Difficulties; International Space Station, Crew are Fine
28 April 2015, 1:20 pm

The six crew members of the International Space Station (ISS) are safe and continuing regular operations with sufficient supplies as Russian flight controllers plan for another attempt to communicate with a cargo resupply spacecraft bound for the station. The next attempt to link with the spacecraft comes at 8:50 p.m. EDT Tuesday.

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA Technology Day on Capitol Hill to Showcase Critical Journey to Mars Tech
28 April 2015, 9:54 am

To demonstrate how technology drives exploration, NASA will highlight key space technologies at its annual Technology Day on the Hill event from 3 to 7 p.m. EDT Thursday, April 29 in the Rayburn House Office Building Foyer in Washington.

Source: NASA Breaking News

Iceberg in North Star Bay, Greenland
28 April 2015, 12:00 am

Iceberg in North Star Bay, GreenlandResearchers hiked across sea ice and through polar bear habitat to see a spectacular berg off the coast of Greenland.  

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Statements on Senate Confirmation of Dava Newman as NASA Deputy Administrator
27 April 2015, 1:37 pm

Statements from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Dr. Dava Newman on Monday’s Senate confirmation of Newman as the new NASA Deputy Administrator.

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA Brings in Small Business for Further Development of Hypervelocity Vehicles
27 April 2015, 3:51 pm

NASA has awarded the Entry Systems Technology Research and Development (ESTRAD) contract to Analytical Mechanics Associates, Inc., a small business in Hampton, Virginia.

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA Awards Grants for Research, Technology Development
27 April 2015, 3:41 pm

NASA has awarded 26 grants totaling $9.9 million to help bolster the capacity and competitiveness of 28 states and territories (jurisdictions) in the area of technology research and development.

Source: NASA Breaking News

NASA, Boeing ecoDemonstrator Jet Comes to Shreveport for Anti-Bug Research
27 April 2015, 12:02 pm

NASA will test non-stick wing coatings designed to minimize insect residue and help reduce aircraft fuel consumption during flights in Shreveport, Louisiana during the next two weeks.

Source: NASA Breaking News

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Florianópolis, Brazil
« on: Sun Apr 26, 2015 - 18:11:55 »
Florianópolis, Brazil
27 April 2015, 12:00 am

Florianópolis, BrazilAstronauts learn to sense the way sunlight brings out different features in the water and around coastal cities.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Nasa Newsfeed Forum / NASAearth... Ocean Color, Ocean Beauty
« on: Sat Apr 25, 2015 - 21:05:04 »
Ocean Color, Ocean Beauty
26 April 2015, 12:00 am

Ocean Color, Ocean BeautyA composite of six satellite images captures some of the planet’s southern charm.

Source: NASA Earth Observatory

Actor John Ratzenberger on push to bring shop class back
20 February 2015, 5:04 pm

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RallyPoint Blog Feed / RallyPoint... Military “Appreciation”
« on: Thu Feb 12, 2015 - 10:07:39 »
Military “Appreciation”
2 February 2015, 12:00 pm

LTC Jason Strickland, US ArmyWeb Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular TagsAction! That’s how you can show appreciation to our military.

While many an organization, a business, or a community group will show their “appreciation” by hoisting a banner, offering a discount, or giving a speech (which are all well and good), true appreciation comes from actions that demonstrate such a perspective. As a 20-year U.S. Army veteran, I’ve learned to decipher who is sincere in their gratefulness and who is just throwing me a bone and checking the box.

In May, at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association (APA), practitioners had the opportunity to learn about military mental health and battlefield stress. Placing this initiative on the agenda – for the second year in a row – was an excellent gesture from the APA to address a crucial issue among our military. Our own psychologist on Project Sanctuary’s Board of Directors, Lt. Col. (Dr.) David Tharp (please tag his name for a link within RallyPoint), serving both the Veterans Administration (VA) and the U.S. Air Force, understands this, too. “I serve with Project Sanctuary because the opportunities for moving forward in a positive direction in marriage, with your family, in mental health, and in life are endless, and there is nothing more important than doing that with loved ones, and people who truly care about you and your service to this great nation.” Thanks to the APA for including military mental health in the annual program. I’d call that appreciation with action!

Senator John Walsh (D-MT) is the first Iraq war veteran to serve in the Senate (that is, until the recent mid-term election results) – and he’s spearheading the Suicide Prevention for America’s Veterans Act. Among the many initiatives contained in this legislation, two of them are: extending special combat eligibility for health care from 5 years to 15 years and boosting the number of mental health professionals at the VA by underwriting medical school costs for psychiatrists in exchange for a VA work commitment. “We do a very good job of taking (a) citizen soldier and making a warrior out of him,” Walsh recently told CNN. “But we aren’t doing a very good job of taking that warrior and reintegrating him back into society.” Sounds – and acts – a lot like appreciation!

Now let’s take this appreciation from a different angle. What about appreciating the families of those in uniform? We didn’t hear a lot about that in November during Military Family Appreciation Month – or throughout the other eleven months of the year. “Way to go unrecognizable Army wife!” “We’re proud of you hard-to-identify Navy son!” “Support our Marine Corps reservist Moms in small towns everywhere!” You get the point.

More and more we’re hearing from family members and caregivers that they’re appreciated at our Project Sanctuary retreats – and we’re really excited about this feedback. One military spouse who attended a recent retreat wrote, “I had a great time – definitely time to reconnect… as a family. I had some time to learn from other moms…we remembered how to enjoy spending time together. We remembered we are fun!”

How do you feel most appreciated for your service?

About Project Sanctuary:Project Sanctuary has hosted 61 retreats since 2007, serving nearly 500 military/veterans and over 1,300 of their family members. Some simple math from this state-school-educated brain says that 29% of our retreat participants are military, and 71% are family members. Simply put, we’re passionate about serving our military community – those in uniform AND those families and caregivers of our men and women in uniform. We say it all the time: the best way to “support the troops” is by supporting the family. Now that’s appreciation with action to back it up!

Comment below or start the conversation here and connect within the military community.

Source: RallyPoint.com

Photos Through the Decades: Celebrating the USO’s 74th Birthday
4 February 2015, 6:42 am

In honor of the USO’s 74th birthday, we’re taking a trip through time to revisit some of the iconic images we’ve captured. Here are a few snapshots that show how the USO has supported troops and their families over the decades. 1940s The USO, which stands for United Service Organizations (don’t forget the “s” in “Organizations”) traces... Read More  in Photos Through the Decades: Celebrating the USO’s 74th BirthdayWeb Presence Consulting (#WPC) - Popular Tags

Source: The Official USO Blog

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