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JUST TWO WEEKS LEFT! For all of the great

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Bachelor's degree in marketing, computer
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Must be knowledgeable of, and engaged in,
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Specialist is responsible for optimizing site
content, in-bound links and construction to
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Must have in-depth knowledge of the latest
SEO techniques and trends, proven track
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excellent writing skills with ability to develop
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Should have a basic knowledge of outdoor
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For more information, visit
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TUTOR POSITIONS (THE READING AND
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• Full Time
Multiple
Bachelor's degree required, education
degree preferred;
Teaching and/or tutoring experience
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Areas of education include: comprehension,
vocabulary development, written expression,
higher level thinking skills, test taking and
study skills;
All tutoring is on-on-one. Current openings
are at Lake Orion, Plymouth and Farmington
Hills locations;
For more information, submit a cover letter
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Farmington Hills
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination
of education and experience;
Minimum four years of multi-line underwriting
experience and minimum three years outside
sales experience;
Insurance license preferred;
Broker will find and build agent relationships
to promote business growth;
Must be creative in developing solutions for
individual risk placement as well as program
business development;
For more information, visit https://
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HILLEL OF METRO DETROIT

An organization of Jewish college students and
young adults, 18-30 years old, in the Detroit area.
Visit www.hillel-detroit.org or call (313) 577-3459.

support the community has shared with the
Southeastern Michigan Jewish Alliance so far, we
would like to offer a FREE one-year subscription
to anyone from the college graduation years 1990-
2010 and still living in Michigan who is not already
a subscriber. This offer is valid now through May
1. Please send all requests to Rachel Lachover at
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DATES TO KEEP IN MIND:

Yom HaZikaron- Monday, April 19
Yom Ha'Atzmaut- Tuesday, April 20

Please check your local synagogue listings
for programming.

4.- 2010 SPRING EDUCATION

SEMINARS

Thursday, April 22, and Friday, April 23,

EOB Conference Center, Waterford

Michigan Festivals & Events Association
presents a high-impact workshop
discussing the latest industry trends and
issues on promotions, social media,
marketing and sponsorship. Workshop
session topics include music licensing,
outdoor advertising, grants, sponsorship
and writing press releases. For more
information, visit http://mfea.org/seminars.cfm.

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Wednesday, April 28, 5:45 p.m.,
Congregation Beth Ahm, West Bloomfield

ORT America Michigan Region is hosting
"WINGO," a night of bingo games exclusively
for women. Cost for general admission is $45,
which includes dinner and one bingo card.
Additional bingo cards and raffle tickets are
available for purchase at the event. This year,
ORT is asking participants to bring a school
supply item to donate to the Hermelin ORT
Resource Center, in the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield. For more informa-
tion and to register for the event, contact (248)
723-8860 or www.ortmichigan.org .

What do you wish
Southeastern Michigan
could offer and what
changes would you like
to see happen here?
I would like to see a more centralized and
vibrant downtown area. Today, young people
from Michigan choose to relocate after
college to big cities like New York, Chicago
or Los Angeles because these places offer
better jobs, entertainment venues, social
scenes, etc. I would like to see Detroit re-
invent itself as a "big city" and become a
more desirable place for young people to
want to live and work.

What do you like about living Jewishly
in Southeastern Michigan?
I enjoy all aspects of Jewish living in
Southeastern Michigan. I recognize and
respect the significant role that the
Jewish community has played in the growth
of Southeastern Michigan over the years. I
like being a part of a close knit community of
families, friends, colleagues and peers who
share a common background and heritage.

What is your line of work? Do you feel
Southeastern Michigan has provided you
with sufficient work opportunities?
I am a leasing agent at The Taubman
Company in Bloomfield Hills. Being a
Michigan-based company with a strong
Detroit history, Taubman has certainly
provided me with sufficient work
opportunities in Southeastern Michigan. In
my role, I am responsible for leasing retail
space at all 26 of Taubman's premier
shopping centers. My position has allowed
me the opportunity to conduct business on
a local, regional and national level. I was
trained by the best leasing team in the
shopping center business. And I am very
fortunate and proud to be working for an
industry leader like The Taubman Company.

In your eyes, what does Southeastern
Michigan, or Michigan in its entirety,
have to offer that other cities or states
perhaps do not?
Anyone who is from Southeastern? Michigan
knows and understands the great history
and culture that exists in this area. Detroite's-
especially can appreciate all of the wonderful
pastimes that the area has to offer. Whether
you are on a family outing at a Tigers game,
roiling the dice at the casinc, walking down
Woodward Avenue during the Dream Cruise
or spending an afternoon (ar - rig and shop-
ping, Metro DentA really has some;thina for
everyone.

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Ken Wohl

•Farmington, MI
•Leftos.com , Troy, MI
• Graduate, Michigan
State University,
Bachelor of Science

I am the co-founder and head of market-
ing of Leftos.com . It's extremely exciting
to build and market a company that can
help people around the world. Because
Leftos.com lets people anonymously
discuss issues related to male and fe-
male interactions (like a Yahoo Answers
meets Loveline or Dr. Phil), I get to see
people have their problems solved on a
daily basis.

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