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CHCI Scholarships Is Looking for Volunteers to Read and Review Student Applications

2015-04-10T18:07:15.739Z

CHCI wants to extend an invitation to join us this year to be part of the 2015 Scholarship Review Committee!

We hope you are interested on helping us identify the next generation of college leaders nationwide!

Below you will find more information along with the sign up page you must complete to register as a 2015 review member. If you know other colleagues that might be interested, please feel free to share with your network.…

CHCI wants to extend an invitation to join us this year to be part of the 2015 Scholarship Review Committee!

We hope you are interested on helping us identify the next generation of college leaders nationwide!

Below you will find more information along with the sign up page you must complete to register as a 2015 review member. If you know other colleagues that might be interested, please feel free to share with your network.


2015 CHCI Scholarship Program Review Committee 

Reviewers will:

  • Read and score approximately 10-15 electronic applications, with opportunities to review more.

  • Receive an email with pertinent information in May

  • Have approximately 2-3 weeks to submit their scores

  • To Sign Up: Click here. Deadline is Friday, April 24, 2015

For any questions or comments please contact us at scholarships@chci.org and we will assist you properly.




Physician Burnout

2015-01-28T23:47:41.195Z

The Yoshi Effect: The Absence Of Health and Well-Being By Robert A. Beltran, M.D., M.B.A. President/CEO of Wounded H.E.A.R.T.S. Foundation Minister of Health and… The Yoshi Effect: The Absence Of Health and Well-Being By Robert A. Beltran, M.D., M.B.A. President/CEO of Wounded H.E.A.R.T.S. Foundation Minister of Health and Well-being   Who knew? Who would have suspected? Why did he do what he did? These are the many questions asked by colleagues, friends and family that remain unanswered.    In December of 2014 Dr. Yoshi Makino spoke to his family, friends and to all of medicine. It was only then that we all would understand the seriousness of his message.     He spoke with finality, clarity and amazement. His message was simple and clear: No one is immune from the perils that fall on those who lack health and well-being as physicians- healers of those with hurting bodies and minds.   Dr. Yoshi Makino , Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, GI Specialist chose to commit suicide on the Keck School of Medicine of USC campus.        Dr. Makino’s suicide is a stark reminder of the vulnerability and fragility of our minds and souls.   So what is the Yoshi Effect? In layman’s terms it is what Dr. Dike Drummond calls-  “When Working Harder Isn’t Working !!!” ( 1)    It’s hitting that proverbial “brick wall.”    A more formal definition of physician burnout is  ” … an erosion of the soul caused by a deterioration of one’s values, dignity, spirit and will.”  (2) Many if not most physicians are struggling to understand and appreciate the rapid pace of change which is taking place in medicine today. One of the most unfortunate consequences of this change is the erosion is the loss of Physician Autonomy, Physician Leadership and most importantly a loss of  Influence and Governance over our Medical Profession.  The end game for many of these physicians and society is a huge loss.   Here are just a few of the realized losses (3): Lower quality of care Lower patient satisfaction rates Higher medical error rates Higher malpractice risk More frequent disruptive physician behavior Higher turnover in physician and staff members Higher rates of physician divorce Physician alcohol and drug use and addiction Suicide Burnout is bad:   For the doctor For their family For their parents For their staff, colleagues and co-workers For their organization   Burnout is everywhere, all the time . ( 3)   Now is the “once in a life” opportunity, a zeitgeist opportunity, to create a culture of transformational change that will put out the fire of physician burnout.   No doubt, it will be challenging and complex, but a Coalition of the Willing must come together- medical schools, hospital systems, organized medical groups, medical societies, state and national medical associations – in a collaborative , integrated and coordinated manner to “Stop Physician Burnout” as Dr. Drummond espouses so clearly in his book.   Yoshi is definitely a True SC ( Strong and Courageous) Trojan. We all bestow upon him the honorary degree of Emeritus Professor of Health and Well-Being from the Keck School of Medicine of USC (University of Strength and Courage) from this day forward.   Fight On !!!! Keck Trojan Warriors !!!        1. Drummond, Dike. “Stop Physician Burnout” Heritage Press Publications, 2014   2. Physician Burnout: Why its not a Fair Fight http://www.thehappymd.com/blog/bid/295048/Physician-Burnout-Why-its-not-a-Fair-Fight?utm_campaign=Blog%20Post%20Promotions&utm_content=10890240&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin   Dec. 29th, 2014        [...]



2014 Southern California Job Market for Hispanics

2014-09-26T19:00:33.438Z

How is the Southern California job market for Hispanics these days?

Thank you for your comments and observations!

How is the Southern California job market for Hispanics these days?

Thank you for your comments and observations!




Don Martinez is Proud to announce his upcoming book “PRINCIPLES OF A CAREER SEARCH”

2012-11-28T04:32:50.100Z

PRINCIPLES OF A CAREER SEARCH

 

Don Martinez is Proud to announce his upcoming book “PRINCIPLES OF A CAREER SEARCH”

 

Publisher House: Self Published

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Author: Don Martinez

 

Publish Date: December 2012

 

Don Martinez | 2012…

PRINCIPLES OF A CAREER SEARCH

 

Don Martinez is Proud to announce his upcoming book “PRINCIPLES OF A CAREER SEARCH”

 

Publisher House: Self Published

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Author: Don Martinez

 

Publish Date: December 2012

 

Don Martinez | 2012 | 255 pages

 

“Principles of a career search” is a complex process design to help you navigate you career to success. To be successful requires mastering the ability to see clearly and focus on your desired outcome.  You must have a strong desire to go after what it is that you want. This comprehensive book takes you through five basic principles that will help guide you to career success. We will teach you the formulas of the Three P Principles and how to go from F.A.B to Fabulous.  POCS is about gaining control of your search, finding a job, negotiating a better salary using the many tools to land an outstanding career. 

 

POCS is a must read for all academics, and professionals. I have dedicated a great number of examples to women in the market place. The information inside was design to help you go after what you desire and get it. If you are faced with unique challenges when navigating through the career market you will want to buy this book.   My methods have helped hundreds of professional across North America and it will also help you

 

Related soft cover book: Guide, Career, eBook, Graduate School, Education, design, Career  

 

www.coachwithdon.com

 

For more information email me at dmartin@domargroup.com




Breaking The Silence in Hispanic Communities: Bullying

2012-02-25T21:41:55.449Z

What is not voiced on negative behaviors in Hispanic communities affects community wellness, as in the case of youth bullying. Peer pressure, an adolescent "code of silence," marianismo as well as machismo come into play at high-Hispanic density campuses across the… What is not voiced on negative behaviors in Hispanic communities affects community wellness, as in the case of youth bullying. Peer pressure, an adolescent "code of silence," marianismo as well as machismo come into play at high-Hispanic density campuses across the nation and Latino leaders are stepping up to address this. Latina inspirational education advocate, Magdalena Gomez, has just launched her national campus speaking tour, “Breaking Silence, Saving Lives,” in conjunction with the release of her anthology, “Bullying: Replies, Rebuttals, Confessions, and Catharsis,” a must-read title this year for teachers, parents, community and youth leaders.  Magdalena Gomez, an award-winning Hispanic performance poet, playwright, art educator, columnist, and inspirational speaker, seeks to bring national attention to bullying in multicultural communities as she tours with “Breaking Silence, Saving Lives” to cities and schools across the nation. Maria Luisa Arroyo joined her in developing the ground-breaking “Bullying: Replies, Rebuttals, Confessions, and Catharsis,” anthology, following the tragic 2009 suicide death of Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover. The book is unique as the first multi-cultural bullying anthology ever published in the United States and features Dr. Albert Bermel, a legend among theater scholars; Judith Ortiz-Cofer, author of over a dozen books that are part of U.S. school curriculums; our very own Judge William H. Abrashkin who reveals the poet within him; a 13-year old bully who confesses; youth who break silence for the first time; playwright Janis Astor Del Valle’s acclaimed play, Trans Plantations; and a 77 year-old elder who remembers how he stood up to bullies as a child; and so much more. It is also the first multi-generational work on the topic of bullying as its pages include poems, essays, testimonials, and plays written by first time writers from all walks of life and ages as well as content from acclaimed authors. Magdalena Gomez is a celebrated Latina community advocate, engaging role model, and has been recognized for her innovative youth leadership development programs. She is also well known as the the founder and executive director of Springfield, Massachusetts’ Teatro V!da, The Other TV. Gomez’ “Breaking Silence, Saving Lives” campus tour aligns with her lifelong mission to build youth leaders of conscience and creativity. Her “Breaking Silence, Saving Lives” keynote presentations and half-day seminars advance student training as peer educators in bullying prevention and are available to middle-schools, high schools, colleges, and university campuses as well as community forums, school districts, and teachers’ meetings. As an educator herself, Magdalena Gomez shares insights and tools based on her extensive experience and success with city youth programs as well as directing students in performing bullying prevention shows for their peers. Magdalena Gomez’ program “Breaking Silence, Saving Lives,” and the book , “Bullying: Replies, Rebuttals, Confessions, and Catharsis,” represent tools not only for identifying and educating about bullying, but for acknowledging the triumphant outcomes of breaking silence and modeling creative ways out of victimization.  “As an artist and educators working with students on a daily basis, I know the value of engaging youth with information that modifies behaviors and leadership training that elevates them to guide social change in their social networks. As we launch this tour and book, I celebrate the many voices of healing who stepped up to participate in this project and[...]



Medical airXpress and INCA Air Ambulance sign ageement

2012-02-19T01:27:28.116Z

we will provide aeromedical support from our Chino California base to this high quality service in Lima, Peru.http://aeromedicina.org

we will provide aeromedical support from our Chino California base to this high quality service in Lima, Peru.http://aeromedicina.org




A Latina Review of The Help, a Different Type of Movie

2011-12-09T18:28:57.753Z

I joined several generations as we watched the film, The Help, together this week at LA Live in downtown Los Angeles. I expected a time-constrained film about the Civil Right era in America, yet instead encountered a powerful, moving story that captured the perspective of employees experiencing the injustice of societal and personal race relations of the time. While the film centers on African American household employees, it brought home the current experiences of Hispanic housekeepers…

I joined several generations as we watched the film, The Help, together this week at LA Live in downtown Los Angeles. I expected a time-constrained film about the Civil Right era in America, yet instead encountered a powerful, moving story that captured the perspective of employees experiencing the injustice of societal and personal race relations of the time. While the film centers on African American household employees, it brought home the current experiences of Hispanic housekeepers nannies, and caregivers in many homes of Southern California. Whether recognized or not, their contribution of dedicated work, love, child care, and emotional support endures. The Help is a thought-provoking story on many levels and definitely worth watching.




Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA Honors Ozomatli

2011-10-22T13:22:39.888Z


The Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA celebrates 100 years srengthening the community of East Los Angeles at the 7th Annual Heart of the Family Award Luncheon pn Thursday, October 27, 2011, 11am to 2pm at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, 506 South Grand Avenue, Heart of the Family Honoree AEG, is one of the leading sports and entertainment presenters in the world and is working to bring the…


The Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA celebrates 100 years srengthening the community of East Los Angeles at the 7th Annual Heart of the Family Award Luncheon pn Thursday, October 27, 2011, 11am to 2pm at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, 506 South Grand Avenue, Heart of the Family Honoree AEG, is one of the leading sports and entertainment presenters in the world and is working to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles. Heart of the Community Honoree, Ozomatli are our Grammy award winning East L.A. hometown heroes and U.S. State Department Cultural Ambassadors. The Mistress of Ceremony is Alysha Del Valle of ABC7 Eyewitness News.

Tickets and sponsors at 213-639-7416, victordominguez@ymcala.org




NEED OLD FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING A CHEVROLET

2011-09-07T02:13:40.208Z

NEED OLD FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING A CHEVROLET

Shot anytime between 1910 – 1990. Any model year of Chevrolet in the photo.

Could be any model of Chevrolet, including Corvette, Impala, Camaro, Corvair, El Camino, Monte Carlo, Suburban, Fleetline, etc.

Cars, station wagons, sports cars, pick up trucks, etc.



You, your family, your ancestors, or your friends posing with your Chevy or any photograph showing a Chevy as well as people.

Can be 1910's through…

NEED OLD FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING A CHEVROLET

Shot anytime between 1910 – 1990. Any model year of Chevrolet in the photo.
Could be any model of Chevrolet, including Corvette, Impala, Camaro, Corvair, El Camino, Monte Carlo, Suburban, Fleetline, etc.
Cars, station wagons, sports cars, pick up trucks, etc.

You, your family, your ancestors, or your friends posing with your Chevy or any photograph showing a Chevy as well as people.
Can be 1910's through 1980's.
It can be a special occasion or just everyday life.
In the driveway or on vacation or wherever.
But it should not be a photo of only the car. We need to see people in the picture with the car.
We also need to know the location of where the photo was taken. Should be somewhere in USA.

Also looking for police officers posing with their police car or cowboys with their Chevy truck.

There will be a payment for any photo used in the final project.
Need photos by Wednesday, possibly could take some on Thursday.

If you have a great photo and are unsure of the make of the car, go ahead and email to us at chevy@nickersonresearch.com.
But if you can confirm that it is indeed a Chevy vehicle, please let us know when you email.
PHOTOGRAPHS only. No home movies this time.




employment

2011-08-02T19:26:10.743Z

Hi

I am actually in Bakersfield, ca.  My question is are other Latina/Chicana's having problems finding work.  I know I should let my daughter ask, but she is so frustrated. She has a  double BA. One is in History and the other is Political Science/honor society.  Because her father and I are both disable she spent her summer's home helping out instead of trying for internships.  So, now she has trouble finding something; she is either to qualified, because of her degree, or not…

Hi

I am actually in Bakersfield, ca.  My question is are other Latina/Chicana's having problems finding work.  I know I should let my daughter ask, but she is so frustrated. She has a  double BA. One is in History and the other is Political Science/honor society.  Because her father and I are both disable she spent her summer's home helping out instead of trying for internships.  So, now she has trouble finding something; she is either to qualified, because of her degree, or not qualified since she has no experience.  Any ideas on what she can do.  she is very interested in Latin American and the middle east.

my email corrine.madridnieto@gmail.com

thank you for ideas anyone my have.

.