Why Become a Notary

If you like the idea of being a Notary to make additional income, becoming a Notary Signing Agent (NSA) is right up your alley.

Why Become a Notary

By Chamber Coalition (Chambercoalition.org) Want to enhance your resume? Why not become a Notary Public. Most employers expect their paralegals to be notaries and trust they know what they are doing!  Being a Notary Public is definitely an asset. According to the National Notary Association, here are the top five reasons why you should consider becoming a Notary […]

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In the United States alone, there are over 2.5 million breast cancer survivors, which can be attributed to earlier detection and better treatment. It is crucial that women over the age of 40 get a mammogram every year.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is a month devoted to breast cancer awareness, an annual health campaign, where communities gather and host walks, share knowledge, and celebrate survival. Breast cancer has touched so many of the closest people in our lives, from family members, dear friends and work colleagues. Through donations, planned giving, participating in walks, or volunteering, there […]

How People Make 6 Figures A Year On Fiverr

"When I started, I had zero feedback and referrals after my name, so I was doing resume revamps for $5." - Charmaine Pocek, 41, Houston, resume writer, career consultant and recruiter, $38,000-$48,000 a month

How People Make 6 Figures A Year On Fiverr

By Laura Shinn from Forbes.com On gig site Fiverr, freelancers offer their services for $5 and up apiece in areas as diverse as graphics and design, writing, music and audio, video and animation, programming and more. While $5 for a project seems like a pittance — actually $4 once Fiverr takes its cut — a […]

Around the Globe: Jamaica Celebrates Emancipation Day

"Each year, the Emancipation celebrations give us an opportunity to reflect on the struggle of our ancestors for freedom, against a system that denied them their dignity and humanity, often through brutally oppressive and violent means. It must have been a euphoric day, today the first of August, 180 years ago, when our forebear gathered in their village, and churches to rejoice and give thanks." - Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness

Around the Globe: Jamaica Celebrates Emancipation Day

Jamaica is celebrating more than 100 years of liberation on the 21st annual Emancipation Day. Starting in the mid-1800s, the African colonies in the Caribbean were freed from slavery. Throughout the Caribbean, emancipation allowed natives to slowly piece together lives that were shattered by British colonization. In the early 1960s, Jamaica gained independence from the […]

Trump’s erratic trade war undermines US exports

"Retaliatory tariffs from our trading partners will be soon be imposed on an estimated $1.8 billion worth of Washington exports, including more than $1 billion in agricultural products, according to the Washington State Department of Commerce." - Gov. Jay Inslee

Trump’s erratic trade war undermines US exports

By Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Published 10 July 2018  CNBC.com Washington state consistently ranks as one of the best states to do business. Our state has shown that it is possible to grow your economy while investing in workers and protecting the things that make our state the most beautiful place to live and work. […]

Civil Rights Training 5-Week Program

A Brief history of Civil Rights Law and How it has evolved. Case Studies: Trayvon Martin, FL and Abner Louima, NY.

Civil Rights Training 5-Week Program

Where: New American Chamber of Commerce 26 Court St, Suite 701, Brooklyn, NY. When: Date: September 12, 2018 Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Issues That Will be Addressed: My Civil Rights was Violated, Who Can I Sue? Filing a Notice of Claim against a City, Town, or Municipal Agency in NY. Statute of Limitations […]

100,000 New Jobs for New York: Will Enough Go to Poorer Workers?

Some fear that Mayor Bill de Blasio’s program to create jobs paying at least $50,000 is not reaching people in the city’s poorest neighborhoods.

100,000 New Jobs for New York: Will Enough Go to Poorer Workers?

By The New York Times Since graduating two years ago from a small private high school in Queens, Ya’seen Madyun has completed a culinary training program and has attended security training courses, all in the hopes of landing a job that pays anywhere near $50,000. In January, Mr. Madyun, now 22, sought assistance at one […]