Thieves target Cape Coral to steal and ‘clone’ vehicles

first_imgRELATEDTOPICS AdvertisementIn this case, it was easy work for the thieves. The car door was unlocked, the keys were inside and the crook just hopped in and took off.A few weeks later, Findley said police found the car — ditched — up in St. Petersburg. “My guess is they were using it to like, either just mess around in or they used it for like, maybe a drug run or… I don’t know,” Findley said.   AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments Advertisement Cape Coral man tries to figure out meaning of his 25-year-old tattoos June 16, 2021 Cape Coral applies for FWC grant to improve Yacht Club Park’s marina June 16, 2021 The NBC2 Investigators discovered the theft isn’t a one-off.The Cape Coral Police Department is seeing a concerning new trend: teenagers from the Tampa area come down overnight, often in groups, to steal unlocked vehicles and whatever’s inside. Two teens under 16 were recently busted in St. Pete for driving a car stolen from the Cape.Angel Rios III, from Bradenton, was arrested in the Cape for stealing a car. Police say Rios told them he was ‘car-hopping’ in a group of about 19 people and 7 cars. “They find the unlocked cars and steal the car, maybe go for a joyride and then basically discard the vehicle at that point,” CCPD Detective Dan Costa explained to NBC2. The thefts are contributing to a rise in stolen vehicles in the Cape. From January to early April, 34 vehicles were reported stolen in the city — about one every three days. In rarer cases, the thieves are more sophisticated. A group of several people swiped 5 new rides from a dealership in the Cape last month. They used a laptop to unlock and start the cars, which were traced to Miami in the morning but then off the radar for good.In the past, those stolen cars may have ended up at a ‘chop shop’ to be taken apart for parts. Police say that isn’t happening as often anymore. The thieves have gotten more sophisticated in what they do after the vehicle is stolen as well.“A lot of the vehicles, they don’t necessarily get chopped up. They’ll get re-vinned and what are called ‘cloned vehicles’ and they’re sold to unsuspecting buyers,” Costa explained. “And then the other portion of those vehicles may end up in cargo ships, containers and sent, being exported to other countries as well.”Cracking those cases and finding the ‘cloned’ cars is a major challenge for police — and there are big implications. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles explains that if you buy a cloned car and it’s discovered as such, it will be confiscated and you’re on the hook for any outstanding loans. The FLHSMV has put together a list of things to watch out for to make sure you don’t end up buying a cloned vehicle.Costa said CCPD is working with several police agencies to solve cases, but there are simple things residents can do to help cut down on the spike of stolen cars.Buy a steering wheel lock for your vehicle and cameras for the outside of your house. And of course, always lock your car doors and never leave the keys inside. The Findley’s learned that the hard way. “This earth we live on, there’s a lot of people that don’t have the right intentions,” Findley said. “You gotta just keep an eye out.”  Advertisement AdvertisementTags: Cape CoralCar theftinvestigators AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments CAPE CORAL, Fla. (WBBH) — Judah Findley is a fast car fanatic. He buys wrecked sports cars, rebuilds them and shares it all on social media. “This is a 2016 Hellcat,” Findley said, showing off the car in his Cape Coral driveway. “It’s the 6.2 Supercharged.”That’s why it was ironic earlier this year when a car — not his, but his mom’s — was stolen right from that very driveway. A neighbor’s surveillance camera captured it all in the dead of night. “They pulled up. Stopped. Put their lights off, came in, and within 30 seconds — they were gone,” Findley recalled.  WATCH: Porch pirate targets newly moved in Cape Coral residents June 16, 2021 Cape Coral break in foiled by barking dog June 17, 2021last_img read more

Daily NK in the News – July 2020

first_img Facebook Twitter AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] By Daily NK – 2020.08.21 4:10pm July 2020: International News Citation HighlightsNEW YORK TIMESJuly 28: In North Korea, Coronavirus Hurts More Than Any Sanctions Could THE DIPLOMATJuly 15: North Korean Citizens Desperately Need the China Border to ReopenARMS CONTROL WONKJuly 10: The Wolli-ri suspected nuclear warhead manufacturing facilityRFAJuly 7: Coronavirus Causes Early Vacation for North Korean Schools From July 1QUARTZJuly 22: North Korea claims to have no coronavirus cases but is working on a vaccine anywayASIA TIMESJuly 3: North Korea crackdown can’t block phoned in newsJuly 14: North Korea’s first sister forges aheadKBS WORLDJuly 30: Flooding in N. KoreaEND – June 2020 International News Citation Highlights TAGSdaily nk in the newscitations SHARE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Daily NK in the News Daily NK in the News (June 2020) center_img Daily NK in the News Daily NK in the News Daily NK in the News – July 2020 Daily NK in the News Daily NK in the News – August 2020 Daily NK in the News (May 2020)last_img read more

Australian F-35A Lightning II achieves Initial Operational Capability

first_imgAustralian F-35A Lightning II achieves Initial Operational Capability Joint media release:Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSCAustralia’s F-35A Lightning II fleet can now be deployed on operations, with Initial Operational Capability being officially achieved today.Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC said the F-35s are the most advanced, multi-role stealth fighter in the world.“The fifth-generation F-35A, along with the F/A-18F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler, is key to our air combat capability and critical to achieving the objectives set out in the 2020 Defence Strategic Update to Shape, Deter and Respond,” Minister Reynolds said.“For the last two years, Defence has rigorously tested the F-35A fleet to assess aircraft and system performance, and declare this important milestone.“I would like to thank everyone that has worked so hard to get us to this point; to have accomplished all the required testing and materiel delivery is remarkable.“The Australian Defence Force now has an F-35A squadron ready to conduct technologically advanced strike and air combat roles, and another squadron dedicated to providing world-class training here in Australia.“While 2020 presented significant challenges to all of us, and travel restrictions made it difficult to ferry our aircraft to Australia, the huge efforts of Defence, industry and our partners in the United States made today’s achievement possible.”Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price said cooperation with industry had set Defence up for long-term success.“Our defence industry has played a critical role in achieving today’s milestone, which continues the success story of Australia’s involvement in the F-35 global program,” Minister Price said.“Just last month we announced that more than 50 Australian companies have shared in $2.7 billion in contracts, demonstrating the Morrison Government’s commitment to backing Australian industry and supporting Australian jobs.“Australia will continue to work with the United States F-35 Joint Program Office and our industry partners as more aircraft are delivered through to 2023, and a mature capability is achieved.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:aircraft, army, Australia, Australian, Australian industry, Defence, defence force, Force, Government, industry, Minister, Morrison, Morrison Government, navy, strike, testing, travel, United Stateslast_img read more

Digital inclusion starts with ID

first_img Sigve Brekke, CEO of Telenor Group, said lack of ID was one of the biggest stumbling blocks to digital inclusion. Speaking at yesterday’s keynote session – Creating a Better Future for Everyone – the CEO highlighted that 1.1 billion people in the world do not have an official ID.“In the eyes of government they basically don’t exist,” said Brekke. “Think about what that means when it comes to rights on medical care and education. Think about what that means when governments are planning schools, hospitals or doctors. Think how important it is for new-born kids to have an ID, so we can fight child marriage, child labour and child trafficking.”Telenor is addressing the ID problem in emerging markets where it has a presence, with special focus on Bangladesh, Pakistan and Myanmar.In Pakistan, in cooperation with UNICEF, Brekke explained that children can now be registered using a specially-designed mobile app. After details such as name and data of birth are logged in, it is sent to the personal ID database. An SMS is then sent in reply with an ID number.Telenor’s plan is to register 700,000 children in Pakistan during 2018. In the coming two to three years, said Brekke, the plan is to register 7 million children across Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar with the relevant authorities in each country.The scale of the problem Telenor is tackling is vast. In Pakistan alone there are 60 million people not registered, but it’s something that the CEO is keen to address. “Digital inclusion starts with ID,” he said.Another area where Telenor is helping governments, NGOs and aid agencies is the ability to depict the movement of people – using anonymised data – on special maps where higher concentrations of light indicate greater density of people. In this way, aid efforts in times of disaster or emergency can be better directed.Enrica Porfcari, CIO of the World Food Programme, said working with mobile operators and exploiting big data to determine where people are was key in providing food assistance to where it is needed most. Previous ArticleEricsson CEO: North America, Asia driving 5GNext ArticleUN, GSMA highlight “twin challenge” of the unconnected Ken has been part of the MWC Mobile World Daily editorial team for the last three years, and is now contributing regularly to Mobile World Live. He has been a telecoms journalist for over 15 years, which includes eight…More Read more HomeMWC18 Articles Digital inclusion starts with ID Telenor Ken Wieland AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 27 FEB 2018 Tags Authorlast_img read more

Monday Scramble: Rory’s Irish ail

first_imgSteven Bowditch won his second PGA Tour event, the Byron Nelson turned into a sloppy mess in the second round, Rory McIlroy missed a second consecutive cut, and I’m writing a second consecutive Monday Scramble: There is reason to be concerned following McIlroy’s 80-71 showcase at Royal County Down. Not necessarily for the U.S. Open, but for further down the road. Golf Digest’s Jaime Diaz said the same thing much more eloquently and intelligently than can I, so I encourage you to click here and read it. It’s good to hear a powerful and well-respected voice in the game question McIlroy’s willingness to grind. We’ll say in the future, “McIlroy turned a 75 into a 71 today.” But in the present, that 75 is an 80. And 71’s should be 68’s. This is disconcerting from a world No. 1. Even more so when you consider McIlroy should go down as one of the top 10 players of all time. He may win the U.S. Open by eight shots in a few weeks, and if so, some will say ‘Eat crow.’ (People still say that?) But that would be missing the point of this Takeaway. Rory will win many, many times. He will win majors and win by large margins. But, eventually, at some point, he will miss consecutive cuts again. He will get loose with the driver early and never straighten the wheel. One missed 4-footer will turn into four missed 4-footers. That’s just who is he for now – not necessarily forever. Big deal. It happens to everyone. But McIlroy is special. His game is brilliant, of legendary proportions. He’s good enough to win events by multiple shots without his best. He doesn’t need to sustain that brilliance for long periods of time. He just needs to add in a consistency of averageness (by his standards). If he does that, forget a top-10 all-time player. We’re talking a historical Big 3: Jack, Tiger and Rory. 1. Last week around these parts we exalted the PGA Tour for its bevy of fabulous finishes. Like during a no-hitter, perhaps we shouldn’t have made mention, because the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship went and did this. That’s not to disparge champion Steven Bowditch. The 31-year-old Australian earned his victory with a final-round, 5-under 64 that included six birdies and several impressive par saves over his final 13 holes. Bowditch got married on the 18th hole at TPC Four Seasons and this is his second triumph in the Lone Star State (2014 Texas Open). He overcame the multiple weather delays and the akward setup. He’s as worthy a winner as there’s been on Tour this season. I just wish I could stop staring at his eyebrows. He looks like Sam Eagle. Was he bitten by a werewolf? I. Just. Can’t. Stop. Staring. 2. And, just to be safe, because one reader believed me to be serious last week when I said Chris Kirk’s fourth PGA Tour win got him into the Hall of Fame conversation, I offer this: Yes, it’s low-brow humor (OK, puns are worse than sarcasm) but it’s all I got. 3. Jordan Spieth, competing in his hometown event, finished T-30 at the Byron Nelson. The highlight of his week came in a 5-under 64 on Friday while grouped with friend Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka. Spieth, born in Dallas and still an area resident, is the Nelson’s saving grace. He’s 21, a major champion, a fan favorite and never likely to abandon this tournament. Tiger Woods stopped playing the Nelson in 2005. Mr. Nelson died in 2006. The event has struggled to stand out ever since. It’s still not on par with upper-echelon Tour stops, like this week’s Memorial Tournament, but Spieth’s involvement – along with his primary sponsor, AT&T, serving as title sponsor of the Nelson – adds enough weight to keep the event from floating into obscurity. 4. McIlroy stepped out Sunday with his new girlfriend, PGA of American employee Erica Stoll. Twitterverse and the tabloids were giddy. We created a photo gallery. Honestly, I just want to know who’s the sidler in the background? As far as his play in concerned – McIlroy has missed three consecutive cuts at the Irish Open, which his foundation hosts – here is a suggestion: the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Hosted by the Rory Foundation and Contested in Jupiter, Florida. 5. Soren Kjeldsen won the Irish Open despite a final-round, 5-over 76 on “wind-swept and rain-batterd Royal County Down,” as the Associated Press described. Kjeldsen’s playoff victory, his fourth on the European Tour, got him into the British Open. The top three players inside the top 10 at the Irish, not otherwise exempt into the British, earned a spot at St. Andrews. That included Eddie Pepperall, who, along with Bernd Wiesberger, lost to Kjeldsen on the first extra hole Sunday, and Tyrell Hatten (T-4). Hatten edged out Rafa Cabrera-Bello, who also finished T-4, by virtue of his higher world ranking (142nd to 148th). Similar golden tickets will be available at the French and Scottish Opens, as well as the three PGA Tour events between the U.S. Open and Open Championship. 6. The Nelson nearly had a top-15 winner. World No. 10 Dustin Johnson and No. 12 Jimmy Walker were in contention on Sunday. Johnson chipped in twice and then made a quadruple bogey-8 at the par-4 sixth. Walker stumbled around the turn and wasn’t able to catch up late. We’ll have to wait to see if Walker can measure up to the Rickie Fowler post-victory-kiss standard.  7. Speaking of Fowler, he was in contention at the Irish Open until an 8-8 (quad-triple) finish on Saturday. His 76-73 weekend put him in a tie for 30th place. He was even par through two rounds, a notable accomplishment as his playing competitors, McIlroy (9 over) and Martin Kaymer (6 over), both missed the cut, with neither making a birdie in their first rounds. 8. The Stanford Cardinal won its first NCAA Women’s National Championship in golf, defeating the Baylor Bears in a compelling match-play final. You can nitpick the tournament all you want, but the new format (four days of stroke-play qualifying, followed by three rounds of knock-out match play) was a success. The semifinals and finals produced great theater, from the Lauren Whyte-Lisa Maguire Final-Four duel, to the Mariah Stackhouse-Haley Davis thriller to determine a champion. The men are competing now at Concession Golf Club, with Golf Channel airing the final round of stroke play and the entire match-play portion. 9. Switching to the professional ladies, Anna Nordqvist won for the third time in two years (fifth in her career) at the ShopRite LPGA Classic. Morgan Pressel missed another chance to end a seven-year winless drought, shooting 2-over 73 to drop from overnight leader to T-3. 10. Meanwhile, Michelle Wie returned from a hip injury to compete at the ShopRite. For two rounds. She missed the cut, shooting 74-72 (4 over). Following her breakout campaign last year, Wie doesn’t have a top-10 in 12 starts this season. Only two Americans have won this year: Cristie Kerr and Brittany Lincicome. How dare you? You cynical lot of people. Just because 12 players withdrew prior to the start of the Byron Nelson Championship, where the weather forecast resembled Picaso’s Blue Period, you go all Chuckie Sullivan (warning: profanity in video): Ian Poulter strained something in the gym. Jason Day was dizzy. Kevin Kisner, Louis Oosthuizen, Jason Kokrak, Scott Gardiner, Chris Stroud, Alex Cejka, George McNeill, Neal Lancaster, Fredrik Jacobson and Will Zalatoris had stuff. Al Czervick broke his arm. “There is no such thing as coincidence,” said a lot of people a lot of times. “Maybe some reasons are legitimate, but not all,” said the doubters. How can we unite as a society if we can’t believe the excuses and non-excuses our professional golfers give to us when they back out of tournaments? You say, these guys are spoiled and abhor inconvience. I say … well, you may be right: U.S. Open sectionals began this past week, with 36-hole qualifiers in Japan and England. Ten Stateside qualifiers will be contested on June 8. … Phil Mickelson was spotted practicing at Chambers Bay. … European Ryder Cup qualifying for the 2016 Matches begins in Russia, in Sepetember. It will still be more interesting than current Presidents Cup qualifying. … Rory McIlroy’s Northern Ireland home is for sale. It was on the market before this past week’s performance. … European Solheim Cup captain Carin Koch named Sophie Gustafson and Martina McBride Maria McBride (formerly Hjorth) her vice captains, along with previously announced Annika Sorenstam. … Alabama’s Emma Talley won the NCAA women’s individual title. … And, on the men’s side, the NCAA doled out four slow-play penalties during on Sunday. Hey, Finchem, you paying attention?last_img read more

After Solheim controversy, Lee shares lead

first_imgKUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Alison Lee shot a 6-under 65 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead with China’s Xi Yu Lin in the LPGA Malaysia, the 20-year-old American’s first event since her emotional Solheim Cup debut. Lee birdied five of the first eight holes at Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club, and added birdies on Nos. 12 and 14. The UCLA student bogeyed the par-3 17th and – after rain and lightning delayed play more than three hours – got up-and-down for par on the par-4 18th. In the Solheim Cup last month in Germany, Lee was in tears after Suzann Pettersen called for the American to be penalized for picking up her ball when she mistakenly thought a short putt had been conceded in the completion of a fourballs match. Infuriated, the U.S. rallied to beat Europe in the biggest comeback in event history, with Lee winning her singles match. ”Not only did we win, but just to be able to be there and participate and be a part of something so great like that and to go into history with the biggest comeback ever,” Lee said. ”Definitely learned a lot from it.” She has been busy off the course. ”Right after Solheim I took one day off and started school right away and did my apartment and bought books and went to class, did rush,” Lee said. ”I don’t know how I’m sitting here right now. I don’t know how I survived, but I did it somehow. I feel like it’s all a great experience. I love still being in school.” Lin three-putted the 18th for her only bogey. ”I guess I was a little too aggressive trying to make another birdie,” Lin said. Michelle Wie was a stroke back along with defending champion Shanshan Feng, Yani Tseng and Chella Choi. Finally over hip and ankle injuries, Wie had eight birdies and three bogeys. ”Just feels so good to be out here and not thinking, ‘Oh, this swing is going to hurt my hip and my ankle,”’ Wie said. ”Just going out there and being actually able to hit balls and hit golf shots and play the way that I know I can.” Feng dropped out of a tie for the lead when she three-putted the final hole for her lone bogey. Top-ranked Inbee Park, the 2012 winner, was tied for 10th at 68. She won two majors this year and is tied with second-ranked Lydia Ko for the tour victory lead with four. Ko had a 71. The 18-year-old New Zealander is coming off consecutive victories in the Canadian Women’s Open and Evian Championship, where she became the youngest major champion. Pettersen opened with a 77. The Norwegian star had a double bogey and four bogeys. The event is first of five straight in Asia. The LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship is next week in South Korea, followed by stops in Taiwan, China and Japan.last_img read more

Electrical items stolen during weekend burglary in Twin Towns

first_img Electrical items stolen during weekend burglary in Twin Towns News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th By News Highland – November 24, 2020 Facebook Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Pinterest WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 center_img Facebook Google+ Previous articleDrugs worth almost €30,000 seized by Gardai in LetterkennyNext articleFurther calls for gates at Gartan proposal to be shelved News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Twitter A number of valuable electrical items have been stolen during a weekend burglary in the Twin Towns.The incident happened in Drumboe, Stranorlar between 6pm on Friday the 20th of November and 6pm on Saturday the 21st of November.Entry was gained to a house via an unlocked sunroom window. A rear window at the house had been prised open.A number of items were stolen namely a grey laptop, a silver Russell Hobbs toaster and a black 26 inch Panasonic tv and a black radio.If anyone observed any unusual activity or vehicles in that area over the course of those days are being urged to contact Gardaí in Letterkenny on 074-9167100. WhatsApp Homepage BannerNewslast_img read more

Zoo Atlanta Opening New Amphibian, Reptile Habitat

first_imgAdd to My List In My List Zoo Atlanta officials are preparing for the grand opening of a new reptile and amphibian habitat.The zoo is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday for the more than 9,700 square-foot habitat. Officials say the complex features 60,000 gallons of water, a 30-foot waterfall and interactive digital signage.Zoo officials say the habitat will be home to about 100 animals from more than 70 species around the world. Related Stories For Whom The Bell Rings Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Sharelast_img read more

World Health Organization Photo Contest

first_imgWorld Health Organization Photo Contest Similar Stories Tweet Deadline: 15 October 2013Open to: anyone between the ages of 14-19 from all countriesPrize: opportunity to work with WHO, a bursary of $US 1000 to take photosDescriptionThe World Health Organization (WHO) is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.The WHO created a photo competition and want to see health and illness through the eyes of young people.The photos should be on the following themes:Adolescents are healthy (engaging in healthy activities)Adolescents learn about health (health education)Adolescents use health services when neededIt can be difficult to stay healthy (images about the environment and risk-behaviours)Adolescents are active in promoting health (advocating for health, participation)EligibilityThe competition is free to enter and is open to anyone between the ages of 14-19 from all countries. If you are under 18, you must have your parent or legal guardian’s consent to submit your images to the competition.PrizeThe prize of the competition is the opportunity to work with WHO as one of 10 contributing photographers for the Health for the World’s Adolescents report. Each winner will be provided with a bursary of $US 1,000 to take photos. The photos will belong to the winners, although WHO will have the right to use them in the report and for future publications.ApplicationThe deadline for entries is 15 October 2013. A panel will judge the photographs and winners will be contacted individually by 1 November 2013. Winners will be expected to provide their photographs by 1 December 2013.Please send an email to [email protected] with the subject line “photo” and include in the body of the email:Your contact informationYour age, sex and country of residenceWhy you want to be involvedWhich one of the 5 themes your photographs will focus on if you are one of the winnersYour experience in taking photographsA completed consent form available HEREBetween 5-10 photos together with captions (please certify that you have taken these photos yourself)What camera you used to take the photos you send in, and the details of any edits you have made (permitted editing includes minor burning, dodging, cropping and/or colour corrections)For more information please visit the official website. October 8, 2013 Published by tatjana ← Library Company of Philadelphia Postdoc Fellows Share 0 LinkedIn 0center_img University of Melbourne MA/PhD Scholarships → UNICEF State of the World’s Children Report Pocket Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Reddit +1last_img read more

UPG Sustainability Leadership Program 2021

first_img Share 0 For more information, please visit the official web page. +1 UPG Sustainability Leadership Program 2021 University of Winnipeg President’s Scholarships for World Leaders 2021/2022 Tweet How to Apply?Competition for the UPGSL is merit-based. After the deadline, all eligible applications will be reviewed by a selection panel. Individuals and Institutions of any nature interested in sending candidates, are entitled to apply for the program.When completing the application, please note:• Applications must be completed online; applications that are mailed, faxed or emailed to UPG will not be accepted;• Questions that are marked with a red asterisk must be answered;• Individuals may only submit one application. If an applicant submits two applications using different email addresses, then the individual will be disqualified; Pocket The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program 2021 Deadline: 30 November 2020Open to: candidates aged 18-35 years from all nationalitiesBenefits: fully fundedDescriptionUnited People Global (UPG) is a community that encourages and enables people to participate in making the world a better place. This is achieved in various ways and especially by contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). UPG works to raise awareness, strengthen belief, facilitate collaboration and foster community. UPG Sustainability Leadership mobilizes people and organizations to support positive citizen leadership on sustainability. UPG brings together people who are committed to impact by taking positive actions.In 2019 UPG successfully trained 60 UPG Sustainability Leaders from 30 countries around the world, due to the covid19 outbreak, it was not possible to carry out the 2020 edition, but it is with great joy that they officially announce the return of the program in 2021. For 2021 UPG is training and certifying 500 young leaders from all over the world and flying 60 of them to a complementary and immersive 1-week experience on an island in the USA, The program will be held in Rockland, Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership. This is a fully-funded program and all the expenses of the selected candidates will be covered.EligibilityCandidates must be 18-35 years of age.Candidates must be self-motivated, capable of overcoming major challenges and able to think outside the boxApplicants from all nationalities are eligible.The training will be in English, the participant must have a good command of the English language.Candidates from all genders and candidates with disabilities are encouraged to applyBenefits Participants will have the costs of the program covered – Training material. Accommodation, subsistence, local transportation, international flights (a round trip flight from participant’s hometown to the US). Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships 2021/2022 Reddit Similar Stories October 28, 2020 Published by Bojana LinkedIn 0 ← Apply to CEU and Study in Vienna with a Scholarship ChangeMakers Seed Grant Opportunity 2021 →last_img read more