The days in Bellingham are never boring! There is always a treat to everyone. Great climate and its beautiful surroundings!
During the First week of February, the Winter Snow has been around us, and it was fabulous, indeed. It was something that tickles my feet, enjoyed it for the day, then it goes away!
In the past week, the days were gloomy, rainy and frosty.
This week, the grand display of the Bellingham’s Winter Sunsets appeared on Monday and Tuesday, respectively.
To other Sunset enthusiasts, share us your photos as well… in the many weeks to come from Spring to Fall, there will be more grand display of sunsets in Bellingham! Can’t wait to be sitting at our outdoor deck everyday having cocktails and BBQs while watching the sunset.
H-1B Visa has always been the most used visas among technology driven organizations, however there have been instances that H-1B was abused. However, the season is chaotic when all companies will file and compete with the 65,000 cap for FY2015.
TN Visa: Mexican NAFTA Professionals – Consular Officer Adjudicates Eligibility “Approved Petition Not Needed”
Great improvement for the TN Visa – NAFTA Professionals from Mexico. How about the Canadians?
Learning is always a common denominator of effectiveness. Another level of advocacy by ReloNavigator’s Teams. More Power!
It is always great to see someone like Juntee Terrenal, with greater strategic understanding about people, organizations and how they all fit into given environments.
Indeed, quite a colder feeling than how the weather bureau saysl! Fascinating 🙂
Today’s generation struggles in coping up with the global stage because personal interaction among people has become lessened due to the existence of social media and PDAs. Unlike during the past tow decades where people were more interactive as professionals and demonstrate those skills that understand effective human interaction.
By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach
What do we need?
Recently, Western Washington University conducted their annual case studies competition under the guidance of Professor Thomas Roehl and Professor Jongwook Kim. Dr. Kwon Chan-Ho, Chief of Secretary, President’s Office, SangMyung University and Yoo Sang UK, Director General of Operations, Korean-American Culture & Society Development Association are the Advisers of the Exchanged Korean University Students. Salute to all the professors and advisers who helped in molding the critical thinkers among the participants.
The senior university students of Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington and the exchanged university students from SangMyung University in Seoul, S. Korea participated in the competition. All of them were pursuing international studies. All participants were actively involved during the competition. Team One bagged the accolades as the Winning Team.
The following photos were taken during the competition, courtesy of Yoo Sang…
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