Lead Programmer Job Opening
We have a gaping hole in our soul. We’re looking for a new lead programmer since our last one is walking the earth (we think he probably watched Pulp Fiction one too many times). In any case, we need someone to … Continue reading →
On Friday May 10th, 2013 the world changed forever. No longer was it beholden to a sad pair of stagnant yellow rain boots. The world demanded more. It demanded style! Sass! And a certain “je ne sais quoi” when wearing … Continue reading →
- Lead Programmer Job Opening
#FollowFriday: Johnnie Walker
14 Jun 2013
Our “Best Of” series this week highlights some TV ads from Johnnie Walker. Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. What’s your favorite TV show? That’s really the start of a very long discussion as there are so many fantastic … Continue reading →
- #FollowFriday: Johnnie Walker
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At last night’s 3rd annual Celebrity Apprentice event, the Green Team (consisting of our own Nelly Roach, Dean Runyan of Columbia Insurance Group, Lisa Pilkington of Midway USA, and David Coil of Coil Construction Company) took home top prize. The event is held each year as a benefit for JobPoint, who has connected Missourians with jobs since 1965.
The heroes of our tale put their professional reputations on the line and filed this video that took home the top prize. Celebrity Apprentice is one of our favorite events to be involved with each year. Whether it’s winning this year (and yes. You’ll be hearing about this win for the next 365 days), or donating to the cause, any attention we can help bring JobPoint is awesome.
No matter how great or awful the economy is, there are always unemployed people. JobPoint’s mission is to connect those people with jobs that fit their skill set. Specifically, they focus on creating opportunities for persons with disabilities, economic disadvantages and other barriers to employment. They prepare individuals to enter the workforce, while meeting a critical need of the business community.
There are many noble causes to be found in Columbia, but this is one that often goes overlooked. Getting a job doesn’t just help solve, or at least soften, an income issue for people. It increases self esteem, self confidence, and makes a person a productive member of society. It touches so many different issues in our country. So, even if you weren’t able to attend last night and see Nelly and the Green Team bring it home JobPoint Style, consider making a donation to JobPoint and help change the life of someone.