Sha Walker from Jumpstart Test Prep stopped by The Gallo Radio Show Tuesday to share results from the recent round of ACT testing – half of the students improved, and there was a 68% improvement in math scores. Here’s the first segment: Segment 2:
The Mississippi Department of Human Services is partnering with companies around the state to create a “Better Me, Better Mississippi.” One such company is KLLM out of Richland, which is helping with training that isn’t just helping people get a job – but change their entire living situation. It’s important to our state for companies … Continue reading “Companies doing their part for a Better Mississippi #sponsored”
“Better Me, Better Mississippi” isn’t just a catchy slogan. It’s the mantra for those who work at MDHS – because they know when they develop themselves and help the personal development of others – they are creating a better Mississippi – for the long term. This is sponsored content from our partners at MDHS … Continue reading “Better Me, Better Mississippi: All about personal development #sponsored”
Learning another language is no longer just about learning Spanish or Mandarin, but also learning “coding” – the language of computers. Summer camps are getting some kids started as young as TWO! Edgar Serrano of OUS talks about the coding camp for two-year-olds.
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about the Mississippi Department of Human Services – including that the agency only gives “handouts”. But MDHS has been working on giving thousands of our neighbors a “hand up” – helping them with workforce development and opportunities to support their families in the long term. This is … Continue reading “MDHS giving Mississippians a hand up, not a handout #sponsored”
The Mississippi Department of Human Services exists to respond to the needs of Mississippians. Every day they answer that call, with the help of employees who are driven to help their neighbors and renew lives throughout the state. This is sponsored content from our partners at MDHS.
It can sometimes be a tough job, trying to help as many Mississippians as possible. So why do the workers at the Mississippi Department of Human Services do it? Passion for helping their neighbors. It’s what gets them out of bed every morning, helping Mississippi move forward. This is sponsored content from our partners at … Continue reading “MDHS: Helping Our Neighbors #sponsored”
The Mississippi Primary Election is Tuesday, August 6 and here are the candidates who qualified to run for state office: Governor Democrat: Jim Hood, Robert Shuler Smith, William Bond Compton Jr, Michael Brown, Robert J. Ray, Velesha Williams, Gregory Wash, Phillip West, Albert Wilson. Republican: Robert Foster, Tate Reeves, Bill Waller Jr. Independent: David R. … Continue reading “2019 Political Candidates”
The Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) is one of the largest employers in the state, with offices in all 82 counties. It can be a thankless job, but longtime employees will tell you – they don’t do it for the kudos. They do it because it helps them serve their neighbors – and so … Continue reading “MDHS Employees: Serving Mississippians”
SuperTalk Mississippi is hosting a free Business Marketing Workshop in Starkville on Tuesday, March 5. Award-winning storyteller Dawn Dugle (who just happens to be our Digital Marketing Director) will be presenting “How to create a business story that sells”. You’ll learn what a “business story” is, the three base stories every business needs and where … Continue reading “Learn to tell your business story better with a free workshop from @SuperTalk”
The United States makes up 5% of the world’s population, but consumes 80% of the opioids manufactured in the world (that includes 97% of all hydrocodone products.) The Opioid epidemic is at crisis levels, with 115 people dying from an overdose every day. But you don’t have to suffer in silence. Reach out to StandUP … Continue reading “Americans consume 97% of all hydrocodone products made in the world”
Every year, more than 55,000 people die from opioid overdoses in the United States. That is one person every ten minutes. Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with psychosocial counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole patient” approach to the treatment of opioid dependence. “Research shows that with the … Continue reading “The different treatments available for opioid addiction”