Posts by Isaac Dayley

What Learning a New Language Can Do For You

Isaac Dayley on Jan 10, 2022 8:54:25 AM

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There are over 7000 languages spoken across the world today. The United States alone has between 350 and 430 languages spoken in its borders. Language connects us, allows us to express ideas and learn new knowledge. 

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New Year, New Classes, New You!

Isaac Dayley on Jan 3, 2022 9:24:54 AM

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It’s the new year and with it comes new resolutions. This year, Continuing Education and Workforce Training has classes that’ll help you grow, learn, and improve.

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Class Highlight: Healthy at Every Size

Isaac Dayley on Dec 13, 2021 1:47:11 PM

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“We, as a culture, have been outsourcing our body’s own intuition about food and movement to someone else.”

Nutrition is complicated and nuanced. Every year it seems like there’s a new diet, a new fad ‘guaranteed’ to help you lose weight. Every day we see ads telling us what we should look like, even if we haven’t looked like that for years. Maybe you have found yourself wondering where you can find helpful information and advice for yourself and not someone else.

If so, you need not look any further than CEWT’s upcoming Healthy at Every Size course.

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Community Health Workers: Support Where You Are

Isaac Dayley on Dec 6, 2021 9:58:00 AM

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“U.S. rural communities—from Appalachia and the Deep South to the Midwest and western states to Alaska and Hawaii—share common risks for poorer health. These challenges, including few local doctors, poverty, and remote locations, contribute to lack of access to care.”

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2022 Spring Semester Registration Now Open

A new year is right around the corner. With it comes new opportunities to learn new things and develop the skills you already have. Idaho State University’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training (CEWT) invites you to meet your new year’s resolution, develop a lifelong passion, and further your education.

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Chatting With An Expert in Graphic and Web Design

Isaac Dayley on Nov 15, 2021 9:12:00 AM

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“To make a living as a graphic designer, one must be good. Really good.” 

If there is someone qualified to make such a claim, it would be Michael Waite. Founder, CEO, and employee of Bonefrog Creative Group, Michael has over 30 years of experience in the graphic design field. With so much experience he has seen the industry shift and evolve many times over those years.

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Sho-Ban Youth Learn Valuable Carpentry Skills

Isaac Dayley on Nov 8, 2021 10:03:42 AM

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Not all the skills necessary for a rewarding career can be found in a traditional classroom setting. Many come through hands-on work experience, especially skills found in the trades industry. Unfortunately, opportunities to learn those skills often don’t come everyday. 

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5 Reasons to Become an EMT

Maybe you just graduated high school. Perhaps you are in college considering what career you want to pursue. Or you might be thinking about changing career paths later in life. Regardless of your situation, becoming an Emergency Medical Technician could be the career for you.

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Halloween Season 2021: (Nearly) Everything to Do in Southeast Idaho

Isaac Dayley on Oct 18, 2021 9:30:00 AM

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Halloween season is upon us, and with it comes a wide selection of spooks and attractions. From corn and straw mazes to haunted mills and hospitals, there is something for everyone in Southeast Idaho. So whether you are looking for activities and events in your town or want to travel a bit, here is (nearly) everything you can look forward to this October.

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Columbus Day or Indigenous People's Day?

Isaac Dayley on Oct 11, 2021 12:19:29 PM

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October 11, 2021 marks Indigenous People’s Day and Columbus Day. Only the latter is a nationally recognized holiday, but many across the country feel it should be the other way around.

What is the history of these two holidays and the people they represent?

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