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AT&T Hiring Event

AT&T Hiring Event

 

·         Special Technician Hiring Event in Tulsa!

 

·          September 19, 2015.  9am-2pm

 

·         DoubleTree Hilton / Tulsa Downtown

          616 W. Seventh Street

          Tulsa, OK 74127

 

• For the fastest experience, apply online prior to the event

• Bring your valid driver’s license for identification verification

• Bring your resume if applying on-site

Ten Years After the Flood by Adrienne Teague

August 29, 2015 marked the ten year anniversary of the day Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast and destroyed large sections of New Orleans. Over 1800 people died in that storm. Hundreds of thousands more were stuck in refugee camps in the Superdome, the Convention Center, and Houston, Texas. Before the storm, the people who could afford to leave went to Baton Rouge, Atlanta, Houston, wherever they could find a place to stay. Many of them never went back.

Free Welding Training

Cherokee Nation Career Services is accepting applications for a FREE, fast-track Welding Certification Pre-Apprenticeship Program.  The course is for individuals interested in making a career out of welding.  You do not have to be Native American to qualify. 

Classes will be held at 10837 E. Marshall St., Tulsa, OK.  Class size is limited. 

To determine eligibility and register, contact Cherokee Nation Career Services at one of these locations.

Tulsa office: 918-574-2749

Claremore office:  918-342-7450

Pryor office:  918-825-7988

Read thousands of newspapers from around the world online with PressDisplay!

You can access news from all over the globe with the library’s PressDisplay resource. The collection includes local periodicals such as the Tulsa World and the Oklahoman, but also branches out to news sources from over 100 countries in 60 different languages! PressDisplay features same day, full page access to the papers, including accompanying photos.

The Bigger They Are The Harder They Fall by Rebecca Howard

Robert Goolrick's The Fall of Princes is a voyeuristic morality tale of the excesses of 1980s New York. Written in first person, the novel tells the story of the dizzying rise and denigrating fall of the unnamed narrator. After failing as an artist, our protagonist, at the urging of his father, returns to the U.S. to study at the Wharton School of Business.

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