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Open enrollment for the program available for Dallas, Houston and Beaumont campuses

DALLAS, Aug. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Evolution Academy Charter School, along with Texas Education Agency and Region 10 Education Service Center, now offers a Community Health Worker (CHW) Certification as an option to help students prepare for the workforce as part of its College and Career Readiness requirements.

Community Health Workers (CHWs) are non-medical public health workers who connect communities to health care and social service providers. CHWs have been identified by many titles, such as Community Health Advisors, lay health advocates, promotoras, outreach educators or community health representatives. Community Health Workers are a necessary link for hospitals, churches, insurance companies and nonprofits to connect with diverse populations and promote healthy behaviors.

This is the first year this program was offered to high school students and Evolution Academy Charter School Richardson took advantage of the opportunity by enrolling fourteen students to participate in the pilot program in partnership with Region 10. These students were required to meet 120 hours of core competency in eight areas: communication, interpersonal skills, service coordination, capacity building skills, advocacy skills, teaching skills, organization and knowledge base.

"Our students completed individual and group projects. They also gained hands-on experience by hosting a Health & Wellness Fair as well as a blood drive earlier this spring," said Cynthia Trigg, superintendent and founder, Evolution Academy Charter School. "We are so proud of all the work they have accomplished and for the jumpstart this certification will give them in their careers."

Seven students have completed the program thus far. These students will receive their Community Health Worker Certification from the Texas Department of State Health Services and Region 10 Education Service Center, which will allow them to have an advantage at landing a job in the healthcare Industry.

Following the success at the Richardson campus, Evolution Academy is now launching the Community Health Worker Certification program on all three of its campuses, located in the Dallas, Houston, and Beaumont, Texas. Programs like this support Evolution Academy's ability to provide students with access to college, career and military readiness skills while they earn a high school diploma, ultimately providing students with increased opportunities post-graduation.

In addition to the Community Health Worker Certification program, Evolution Academy Charter Schools also offers additional professional certification options including Microsoft Office Specialist, OSHA 30-Hour Construction, Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Educational Aide I, and ServSafe Manager certifications.

As Evolution Academy celebrates its 20th school year, it is revitalized in its mission to help students achieve academic, social and career success. This is accomplished by providing a comprehensive, integrated instructional program, demonstrated through a variety of innovative programs such as a 4-hour school day, online learning programs which predate the COVID-19 pandemic, and more. Evolution Academy is currently enrolling for the upcoming school year on all three of its campuses. To enroll, visit any location in person or visit

About Evolution Academy

Founded in 2002, Evolution Academy offers one-on-one attention with a mix of traditional and computer-based instruction, enabling students to earn two or more credit hours every nine weeks, allowing them to catch up or graduate early. The school also offers multiple career and technical education courses that prepare students for certificates in professional fields. Evolution Academy has graduated more than 3000 students, many of whom were unsuccessful in traditional school settings. Evolution Academy has campuses in Richardson, Beaumont, and Houston, Texas, and has open enrollment year-round for all three campuses.

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Tue, 02 Aug 2022 16:00:00 -0500 en text/html Killexams : Sign Up for Professional Food Manager Certification Course by July 29th

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, McLennan County and McLennan Continuing Education Department are offering a Professional Food Manager Certification Training Course. This program will be offered on Monday, August 1st and August 8th from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., at the McLennan County Extension Office located at 4224 Cobbs Drive, Waco Texas 76710. The cost will be $125.00 which includes training, materials, and ServSafe National Food Manager Certification Examination. The food manager’s certification will be valid anywhere in the state of Texas for five years.

This program is designed to not only prepare food service managers to pass the ServSafe certification examination; it will provide valuable education regarding the safe handling of food, sanitation, food flow, HACCP (Hazard Analysis Control Point) and managing the operation.
Foodborne illnesses can be prevented by following simple food safety practices.

For more information and/or to register for “Food Safety: It’s Our Business,” the Professional Food Manager Certification Training course of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, call Colleen Foleen as soon as possible because space is limited. Please reserve your space by calling (254)757-5180 no later than Friday, July 29th, 2022.

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Killexams : CDL and SCS Receive Plastic Neutrality Certification for Buildings

Statistically, the world consumes about 396 million tons of plastic waste annually. Unfortunately, only 25% of this plastic waste is recycled, leaving out the 300 million tons of plastic in nature.

As a result, pollution can be found on bodies of water and landscapes, putting wildlife at risk and in danger. This problem has a significantly damaging effect on islands, maritime nations, and marginalized communities.

To solve a decade-long pollution problem, companies around the globe must achieve plastic neutrality by removing and recovering plastics from nature. One commercial property, 11 Tampines Concourse by City Developments Limited (CDL) and Seven Clean Seas (SCS), has achieved plastic neutrality certification.

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Image: Tampines Concourse Building

Receiving plastic neutrality certification

Apart from receiving certification on plastic neutrality, CDL decrease their plastic usage by reviewing the annual plastic used, manufacturing, hotspots, and plastic trash composition. They have extended the plastic credit market through the SCS’s initiative to neutralize and remove plastics from the ocean. Because of this, CDL is the first real estate firm in the world to be awarded a plastic neutrality certificate.

CDL Chief Esther An shared that the ocean collects 90% of the heat and 30% of the carbon dioxide created by human activity. In light of that situation and the problem of pollution on the environment, she says that this initiative is a response to curb the problem.

Meanwhile, Singapore-based marine cleanup organization, SCS, has collected approximately 180,000kg of plastic waste from the water environment since its launch in 2018. In addition, they focus on infrastructure and technological solutions to prevent plastic from reaching the ocean.

Seven Clean Seas and City Development Limited Collaboration
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This has inspired people to make life sustainable by choosing products they support. One such company, Datu Puti from the Philippines, was also rewarded with plastic neutrality certification by Plastic Credit Exchange.

Photo credit: The photos used are owned by CDL x SCS and have been provided for press usage.
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Killexams : Pearl Certification Awarded Climate Change Investment Initiative (2c2i) Funding

Pearl Certification Honored to Be a 2c2i Recipient

Pearl Certification Honored to Be a 2c2i Recipient

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., July 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pearl Certification is a proud 2022 funding recipient of the Climate Change Investment Initiative (2c2i), a 10-year, $20 million initiative for supporting startups that advance sustainability.

"Pearl Certification is honored to be recognized as a leader and ally to sustainability initiatives throughout the country," said Cynthia Adams, CEO and co-founder of Pearl. "Improving homes' performance and energy efficiency reduces carbon emissions and improves home quality and equity. The problem is that few homeowners know where to begin. Pearl Certification provides homeowners and the industry professionals who serve them with the resources to advance the high-performing residential market."

2c2i was developed by the Exelon Foundation and the Exelon Corporation, a Fortune 200 company and the nation's premier energy transmission and distribution utility company.

"At this critical point in the fight against climate change, we are focused on finding innovative solutions to mitigate the increasingly devastating effects," said Chris Crane, president and CEO of Exelon. "Through our direct and indirect 2c2i investments, we are investing in the latest sustainable technologies to reduce those impacts in the communities we serve, particularly in under-resourced areas, which are disproportionately affected by climate change."

The Exelon Foundation and the Exelon Corporation recognize Pearl Certification for promoting a greener future by making the value of high-performance homes visible to homeowners and industry professionals. They commend Pearl for providing a "clean technology certification solution" and for transforming the national housing market for the better.

"Pearl was founded to provide a new approach to scaling residential energy efficiency," said Pearl's President and co-founder Robin LeBaron. "The traditional methods of education and encouraging homeowners to Excellerate the efficiency of their homes doesn't drive change at the scale that our energy system and the planet need. Pearl has created a suite of innovative approaches that will rapidly increase the number of home upgrades — a win for homeowners, utilities, industry professionals, and the environment."

About 2c2i

Launched in 2019, 2c2i (Climate Change Investment Initiative) combines the social and environmental impact objectives of the Exelon Foundation with the investment objectives and approach of venture capital. Exelon invests in startups developing new technologies aimed at reducing GHG emissions and mitigating climate change within Exelon's service areas, particularly in underserved communities. In addition to the Exelon Foundation's $10 million financial investment in the startups, Exelon Corporation matches that investment with an investment of up to $10 million of in-kind support, including mentoring entrepreneurs on ways to access other sources of capital, structure business plans, allocate financial resources, and meet regulatory requirements.

About Pearl Certification

Pearl Certification provides national third-party certification of high-performing homes to bring visibility to the valuable features that make them healthy, safe, comfortable, and energy- and water-efficient. Pearl is the only national sponsor of the U.S. Department of Energy's Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® program and is a partner with the National Association of REALTORS® Green REsource Council. Pearl has certified and provided appraisal addenda on over 90,000 homes in 44 states and Washington, D.C. Pearl Certified homes sell on average for 3.5-6% more than comparable homes, according to independent appraiser studies.

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Killexams : Certified arborist training, exam to be offered Aug. 25 in Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas Urban Forestry Council will offer in-person training for anyone interested in becoming a certified arborist or getting advanced training in arboriculture on Aug. 25 in Fayetteville.

The training will take place 8:15 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Washington County office of the Cooperative Extension Service, part of the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. The center is located at 2536 N. McConnell Ave. in Fayetteville. The International Society of Arborists (ISA) Certified Arborist exam will be administered after the training from 4-7 p.m. 

“The course prepares people for the exam to become certified arborists,” said Krista Quinn, an extension agent, certified arborist and member of the forestry council. “It’s also useful to anyone who maintains trees and is responsible for their care. We have many people who attend the workshop without registering for the exam.”

Certified arborists often work for utility companies, golf courses, parks, universities and  landscape companies. Those already certified and seeking recertification can receive six continuing education units with the training. To register, visit

The cost is $35 for members of the Arkansas Urban Forestry Council and $60 for non-members.

The Arkansas Urban Forestry Council, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of urban and community trees, offers the annual training, which typically alternates between sites in central Arkansas and Northwest Arkansas.

Topics and speakers include:

  • Pruning – Krista Quinn, UADA Cooperative Extension Service
  • Tree Risk Assessment — Harold Fisher, Arkansas Department of Agriculture Forestry Division
  • Soil Science and Management — Colin Massey, UADA Cooperative Extension Service
  • Test Taking Strategies — Krissy Kimbro, Arkansas Department of Agriculture Forestry Division
  • Worker Safety (Safe Work Practices) — Jeremy Williams, Tree Climbers LLC
  • Diagnosis and Plant Disorders — Sherrie Smith, UADA Cooperative Extension Service
  • Tree Biology/Tree ID — Jennifer Ogle, University of Arkansas Department of Biological Sciences

For more information about the certification and the exam, contact the Arkansas Urban Forestry Council at 501-944-8099 or

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Killexams : July Was Great, This Week? Not So Much, Yet I'm A Buyer
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I have been saying this for too long. Growth is where you want to be.

As long as this economy will allow technological innovation to gestate and be birthed then growth is where you should be for the most part. If they have any kind of dividend then certainly salt some away for long-term investing. Many commentators and money managers were thrilled when tech and other growth areas lost their sheen. I will grant that there are still plenty of fast-growing names that are on the mat; TKO’d is a very apt way to put it. The stocks that have a bright story but are really not able to generate meaningful cash flow may just run out of money and have to vastly dilute their shares by selling more shares at reduced prices. More than a few will eventually end in bankruptcy like Electric Last Mile (OTC:ELMSQ). In fact, I still am short of EV names that are third-tier, even second-tier like Fisker (FSR), perhaps not go bankrupt but lose the initiative as other E-SUVs are debuted. They claim to be asset-light and have outsourced their manufacturing to Magna. The plan was to be manufacturing 50,000 trucks by 2020 at a price of 37,500. Perhaps that is with government subsidies but still, that is not anywhere near where it will likely be today. Am I being unfair? Tesla (TSLA) kept putting out a lot more cars than expected throughout 2020. Still to the question of fairness, it is more than halfway through 2022, where are these trucks? One can pick any number of EV companies and know that they are in danger of running out of money. There are going to be plenty of such companies, many not even in tech as broadly defined. With the money supply being tightened there is just not enough available for the riskiest of stocks. I have digressed, many of the value-oriented money managers that spent decades in the wilderness were crowing that finally, value stocks will win out over growth, huzzah! Alas, their time in the sun might have been glorious but will likely be cut short.

So if I am so bullish on tech, why am I throwing shade?

It’s all about time scales, last week’s rush into shares was way over-blown. A lot of cautionary statements about inflation were overlooked and a Panglossian sheen was sprinkled on the equity market. Perhaps market participants already discounted Powell's hawkish remarks, and as the market soared commentators interpreted the statement as a dovish reaction. There was certainly a rush of money coming in but I think it was as I said “window dressing” and repositioning. Before you ask, “window dressing” is the notion that hedge funds and money managers have to show how smart they are. At the end of the month, a portfolio is “marked to market” and they need to show they have the best performing names. It sounds dumb it is what it is. Whoever is concerned about losses can see if the stock was bought but I guess if your overall fund is doing ok, they aren’t about to drill down. July was the best month since November 2020, the S&P 500 was up 9.1%, and the Nasdaq Composite was up roughly +12%. You can bet there was some “window dressing”. Repositioning is merely a recognition by professionals that there’s a sector rotation and they need to move their allocation where the action is. They are similar actions but the latter can happen at any time. The fact that they came together I think was the gasoline on the fire. Why can’t I accept that Powell has turned Dove, and be happy with that? Because it would be a dumb move on his part. He reiterated that inflation is way too high and that latest inflation numbers are still going higher. He needs to project hawkishness without creating financial panic which is a difficult “needle to thread”.

Here are some June Numbers:

Meat +8%

Eggs +33%

Fish +11%

Milk +16%

Veggies +8%

Coffee +16%

Gasoline +60%

Airfare +34%

Used Cars +7%

Cereal +13%

Market participants glommed on to him being data dependent, and even though he said 3.8% as the terminal FFR and that would be at the zero real interest rate. Everyone just heard that the real rate was at zero. That means that the FFR equals the inflation rate. Under normal liquidity, these are not words to celebrate. He also said that he won’t be satisfied until we are at 2% inflation. Let’s not forget that the terminal rate means the rate at which the Fed stops hiking is 3.8%. Look, I am not saying that we are doomed. I am just saying we should see some retrenchment in the first half of the week.

I have been watching the Fed since Greenspan's "Briefcase" indicator which purported to predict whether the Fed will raise rates by the thickness of his briefcase. In those days whether the Fed would or would not raise was a mystery. It was felt that the less prepared the market the more effective either the rise or drop would have effect on the economy. Now the Fed has evolved its openness to such an extent, that today perhaps the Fed has realized that oversharing may have contributed to the economy overheating. I think Greenspan was very skillful in making a statement that was so inscrutable that it was awarded the appellation of "Fed Speak". The art of interpreting the meaning of Fed policy was nearly as arcane as "Kremlin Watch" where photos of parade attendance and who sat closest to Stalin were a hint to the future strategy of the hermetic Kremlin. More interesting were older photos of the same seating order with some people removed completely from attendance and what that ominous indicator meant. Perhaps Powell took a page out of chairman Greenspan's playbook and carefully put together a statement that meant different things to different participants. Where I focused on the terminal rate of 3.8% noted by Powell, others have glommed onto being "data dependent".

I thought the market would ignore the .75% rise but be spooked by Powell

So maybe I’m having sour grapes. It certainly had me rocked for a day or two trying to understand what pushed the market up. Perhaps I expected a sharp retrench to be unrequited. Then I will just have to let my positions fly. My medium-term outlook is a very sharp shot higher. That is if there is any news of deflation, and less of inflation. The truth is we ought to dust off “transitory” because some of this is. We will be pumping more oil. The Baker Hughes Rig Count was 767, and Canada’s was 200. July 2021 for the US was 488. The biggest issue is not crude, it is refining capacity which also can be fixed very easily. There's a huge refinery in the US Virgin Islands that has a 600,000 per day capacity that is sitting idle. It is behind on its pollution standards, they could give them 6 to 10 months of operation to get us over the hump. That doesn’t mean anti-pollution retrofit can’t go on at the same time. There are other examples, this is about policy, not true inflation. Inflation is a monetary phenomenon, if you create too much money you create inflation.

I hope I am not confusing you. The selling of the market is just for the next few days because in my humble opinion last week, we had a hugely overbought condition.

This leads me to mention the Cash Management Discipline (CMD). As the market soared, I was following it and trimming one to three percent every day of every position. I am sitting with a nice hunk of cash, since the “D” in CMD, is the word discipline. To me, discipline should be automatic, reflexive even. That way you don’t have to be a prophet to know when to sell in order to prepare for a sell-off. Before I developed this style, I would get caught in the excitement of trading in an upmarket I would forget. Or I would agonize over it, and delay until again it was too late. Selling is much harder than buying, it generates the most angst because you almost never top tick a sale. Nothing gives buyers remorse more than watching a stock you just sold fly up seemingly through the roof. By automatically trimming small amounts gradually, and buying in by scaling into a position almost as gradually. Part of the community of Dual Mind Research is to instill this discipline. It has also morphed into a way to take advantage of market-moving occasions, which we call it a trading plan. Right now, the market is on a hair trigger because it is as opaque as any I have seen in memory. So I have about 12% cash and the market finally behaves as it should. I will come to scoop shares on sale. If I don’t get my way, I will sit with that cash unless an individual named I have my eye on falls for a temporary reason which takes me to…

My Trades…

This time I do have a number of new names to talk about. First, I trimmed my tech titan names, I may live to regret it. For Amazon (AMZN) I was influenced by the charts. To my eye, AMZN has a ton of overhead resistance at like $137.50. My heart was in my mouth when it went over $138. I am taking a chance because I worked my cost basis down to $103 per share. At this point, I am looking for AMZN to fall back into the low one teens. I will start buying a bit above that, and if I get lucky I will keep buying as low as it goes. I also sold quite a bit of Alphabet (GOOGL) as well. The price action encouraged me to aggressively trim it. It just wasn’t following along with the market let alone leading it. I had trimmed quite a bit of Meta Platforms (META) going into earnings. Earnings reports are a binary event, to me, that is just gambling so I almost always sell half of my position going in. So as it retreated I started scaling back into it. I bet on the Zuck, not because I believe in the Metaverse, I don’t. I just believe this project will be like the 1st effort to go to the moon. Everyone lamented that so much money was wasted on something so frivolous. Yet if it clearly examined all the technology that grew around making effort possible has paid off untold trillions in technological advances, in software development, computing, electronics, communications, and medical technology. I think that attempting to enable the Metaverse will push the development of new technology that could be used in other ways. Also, META will continue spinning profits out of Instagram, and Facebook. So now I am buying back and hoping it falls even more. Ok on to the new stuff. I am adding a lot of smaller names that I think will display a lot of beta if I am correct about August continuing where July left off. (BILL) I actually use BILL in my consulting business and I found it very useful. The stock went sky high, then it slammed down. I admit I started a bit high but if it does fall I will continue scaling in. Similarly, I started positions in HashiCorp (HCP), Pinterest (PINS), Procter & Gamble (PG), and Haleon (HLN). The last two might surprise, PG, they just missed their earnings report. The CEO was interviewed live on cable and I watched his body language. There was a lot of confidence there, also there was a lot to like in that report as well. PG is already down close to 30 points, and if the move to tech continues as I think, PG will continue to be sold as a source of funds. I want to be on the other side of that trade. As far as Haleon it was just spun out by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). HLN is the world’s largest consumer health manufacturer, from Sensodyne to Advil, and beyond. It’s selling for 19 times, almost a market multiple. For comparison, Colgate (CL) sells at 33 times. I expect that gap will close, so I am buying.

Finally, there is this little company. I am talking about Boxed (BOXD), I actually was in the SPAC that BOXD was merging into. This was before all SPACs became radioactive, I sold out all of my SPACs pronto and lost track of it. Now, something really interesting is happening, BOXD's original business is eCommerce for bulk selling of staples. What is going on is classic entrepreneurialism, they are pivoting. Apparently, eCommerce for bulk selling seems to be a niche that can be sold into. Or perhaps this is also a “Land and Expand” tactic. First, start with bulk eCommerce, and perhaps widen it to other targets once they establish themselves as a SaaS provider. They already announced two sales, one is international selling the technology to an entity in Vietnam, which will mimic the BOXD business. Then just recently they announced a brand for this new business Spresso, it is a fully productized version of the tech that currently drives Boxed bulk eCommerce operation. They simultaneously announced a sale to Jeffers Pet, one of the largest, privately held animal health companies in the U.S. of Spresso.

Needless to say, it is one thing for a tiny company to announce an ambitious product roadmap. It is quite another thing to have sales in rapid succession with the announcement of this new initiative. BOXD is less than 2 bucks a share. I have bought options at a much higher price than $2. Consider this as if it’s an option with no expiration date. I bought all of 50 shares. If they continue to announce more sales for this product, yeah, maybe I’ll make it 100 shares. This is a tiny market-cap company and it is entering a very competitive space. Maybe it goes nowhere, it could happen. I am not in any way betting the farm, you shouldn’t either.

Ok, that’s it, good luck this week!

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