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Online Learning

Questions?

American University offers an expanding number of online programs and classes to help you reach your professional and educational goals. Our online classes retain the rigorous academic standards and high quality of instruction expected in all AU courses while offering you the convenience and flexibility of online learning. AU’s unique online graduate programs are designed to fit the schedules of working professionals seeking the advanced knowledge and skills needed in today’s competitive world. Although we do offer undergraduate online courses, we do not offer undergraduate online degrees .

Accreditation

American University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and authorized to offer online learning in most states. For further information, please consult the current list of states in which American University is authorized to offer online learning.

Current AU Students

Current AU students can select from over 100 online classes offered during the Fall, Spring and Summer sessions. AU undergraduate and graduate students can find many options to fulfill curriculum requirements, to explore special topics, or to work toward degree completion while studying or researching aboard. Online summer classes offer a great way to earn AU credits, even while you cannot be on campus!

Visiting Non-Degree Students

Visiting Non-Degree (Non-AU) Students seeking to supplement the courses offered by their home institutions or to earn credits during the summer sessions may enroll in AU’s online classes. Always consult with your academic advisor at your home institution to ensure that classes taken at American University will be accepted for credit, since the transfer of course and degree credits are determined by the receiving institution.


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Affordable Self Storage in Hampton, VA #affordable #self #storage, #reviews, #ratings, #recommendations, #best, #worst,

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Affordable Self Storage

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6 locations to serve you6 va locations to serve youavailable-boxes andceilings-truckscobbs creek shacklefordcontrolled unites-highgloucester matthews hampton poquoson safe-clean-climatethe friendlier morethe friendlier more affordable alternative 223910attr:climate controlledstorage household & commercial

Posted on May 08, 2015. Brought to you by localcom.

Affordable Storage Inc is located at the address 1635 W Pembroke Ave Ste A in Hampton, Virginia 23661. They can be contacted via phone at (757) 723-6551 for pricing, hours and directions.

Affordable Storage Inc has an annual sales volume of 0 – 500K. For more information contact Dan Bolkhel, Owner or go to www.affordablestorageva.com

Affordable Storage Inc provides Dry Storage Units, Self.

Posted on September 02, 2014. Brought to you by chamberofcommerce.

We offer self storage to keep your personal items safe while you are moving, haveing work done to the house, TDY, or just need a place to put your access items till you can make room for them. We are open 7 days a week and will stay later if needed to assist with your move in. We are the friendlier more affordable storage company.

Posted on July 20, 2014. Brought to you by facebook.

Posted by Anonymous on June 30, 2009. Brought to you by merchantcircle.

Average Rating 20

I rented a unit for one month back in July 2007. As of today, March 4, 2008, I have not received my $10.00 deposit. I have spoken to them several times. I will not stop until I get my money. Are there others who have not gotten their deposit?

Posted by jj9801 on March 03, 2008. Brought to you by localguides.

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Affordable Storage can be found at W Pembroke Ave 1635. The following is offered: Warehouse Storage. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Hampton there are 6 other Warehouse Storage. An overview can be found here.

Posted on September 20, 2015. Brought to you by opendius.

Business, Climate Controlled, Home, Packing Supplies, Personal

Posted on November 03, 2014. Brought to you by merchantcircle.


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High schoolers create business ideas at summer boot camp #investing #in #stocks


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Jeong Lee, left, of Ithaca, Asaru Turner, of Atlanta, Vlad Smarandache, of Bucharest, Romania, and Woocheol Hyun, of Ithaca participate in the Life Changing Summer program.

Eleven high school students from as far away as Romania and as close as Ithaca spent three weeks on campus creating new businesses with entrepreneurial Cornell student mentors this summer.

Ithaca high-schooler Freya Ryd’s idea for an app called “Commun” would allow people at social events or conferences to connect with like-minded folks in the same room. Asaru Turner of Atlanta has an idea for a “Detective” device that would detect contaminants in household water. And Romanian Vlad Smarandache’s “Wavekit” would help high school students teach themselves electronics by using a circuit board plugged into their computers.

“What they achieve in a three-week span is amazing and inspiring,” said Peter Cortle ’11, founder of Life Changing Labs and marketing specialist for Entrepreneurship at Cornell.

The LCL high school program includes morning classes taught by Cornell students covering the basics of entrepreneurship, computer science and design, with afternoons spent conducting research and developing business ideas into products. Students also meet with alumni entrepreneurs, guest speakers and professors who offer business advice.

Additional activities include question-and-answer sessions with graduate students and workshops on everything from 3-D printing to resume creation.

The high school students also make key connections with student and alumni company founders who are on campus this summer working on their businesses at an LCL summer incubator.

“The high school students have so much energy, and our company founders are passionate about their ideas,” said Alexandra Voinea ’18, a mechanical and aerospace engineering major who stayed on campus this summer to help with both programs. Along with entrepreneurial and computer science skills, the students learn many “soft skills,” she said, such as making presentations, working in teams, dealing with setbacks and networking.

Ryd said the three-week process helped her gain confidence in herself and in her business. “It also helped that we could bounce ideas off of each other and receive constructive criticism and feedback,” she said. Along with the Commun app, Ryd is also involved with another business team developing a pill-reminder device that could be worn on the wrist.

“The program provides the opportunity for students to identify problems and generate solutions entrepreneurially and confidently pitch their ideas, opportunities that are not very accessible at the high school level,” said Michael Raspuzzi ’16, co-founder of the summer program and managing director of LCL. “Ultimately, the experience helps them learn more about how they can combine and apply their specific interests moving forward with their academic and professional goals.”

Kathy Hovis is a writer for Entrepreneurship at Cornell.

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High schoolers create business ideas at summer boot camp #business #quiz


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Lindsay France/Cornell Marketing Group

Jeong Lee, left, of Ithaca, Asaru Turner, of Atlanta, Vlad Smarandache, of Bucharest, Romania, and Woocheol Hyun, of Ithaca participate in the Life Changing Summer program.

Eleven high school students from as far away as Romania and as close as Ithaca spent three weeks on campus creating new businesses with entrepreneurial Cornell student mentors this summer.

Ithaca high-schooler Freya Ryd’s idea for an app called “Commun” would allow people at social events or conferences to connect with like-minded folks in the same room. Asaru Turner of Atlanta has an idea for a “Detective” device that would detect contaminants in household water. And Romanian Vlad Smarandache’s “Wavekit” would help high school students teach themselves electronics by using a circuit board plugged into their computers.

“What they achieve in a three-week span is amazing and inspiring,” said Peter Cortle ’11, founder of Life Changing Labs and marketing specialist for Entrepreneurship at Cornell.

The LCL high school program includes morning classes taught by Cornell students covering the basics of entrepreneurship, computer science and design, with afternoons spent conducting research and developing business ideas into products. Students also meet with alumni entrepreneurs, guest speakers and professors who offer business advice.

Additional activities include question-and-answer sessions with graduate students and workshops on everything from 3-D printing to resume creation.

The high school students also make key connections with student and alumni company founders who are on campus this summer working on their businesses at an LCL summer incubator.

“The high school students have so much energy, and our company founders are passionate about their ideas,” said Alexandra Voinea ’18, a mechanical and aerospace engineering major who stayed on campus this summer to help with both programs. Along with entrepreneurial and computer science skills, the students learn many “soft skills,” she said, such as making presentations, working in teams, dealing with setbacks and networking.

Ryd said the three-week process helped her gain confidence in herself and in her business. “It also helped that we could bounce ideas off of each other and receive constructive criticism and feedback,” she said. Along with the Commun app, Ryd is also involved with another business team developing a pill-reminder device that could be worn on the wrist.

“The program provides the opportunity for students to identify problems and generate solutions entrepreneurially and confidently pitch their ideas, opportunities that are not very accessible at the high school level,” said Michael Raspuzzi ’16, co-founder of the summer program and managing director of LCL. “Ultimately, the experience helps them learn more about how they can combine and apply their specific interests moving forward with their academic and professional goals.”

Kathy Hovis is a writer for Entrepreneurship at Cornell.

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5 Summer Business Ideas for Kids: PowerHomeBiz Blog #current #stock #prices


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It is summer time and the kids are out of school. One way to preoccupy them during the warm summer months is to introduce them to the joys of entrepreneurship.

One way to make this summer memorable for them is to help them start a business – one that they enjoy and are passionate about. A summer business venture can teach them the basics of business. They get to have a taste of becoming a business owner. It will be a great exercise to expose them to the value of hard work and dedication. They’ll also start learning about money, even the concept of cash flow. Plus, it will help them take pride in their creations and work.

Here are some summer business ideas for kids:

With your help, your child can create an online store and start selling on the Web. The key is choosing the right items to sell, preferably products that resonate with them. One option is to choose items that they think will resonate with other kids in their age group. Read the story of Hannah Altman: A 10-Year Old CEO’s Success with Pencil Toppers .

An easier way will be to become an affiliate for other companies. This will allow the kid to earn commission from the sale, without spending money for inventory. This is the business model followed by the 15-year old entrepreneur Lachy Groom with his iPadCaseFinder.com website.

Cool Zips products from 10-year old entrepreneur Hannah Altman

The neighborhood lemonade stand is the most common business for kids in the summer. It is a fun, easy business for kids.

Easy to setup, your child needs to make a refreshing pitcher of lemonade (may need the help of adults) and sell it by the cup. The key is to find a high traffic area to set up the stand. The stand can be a simple table with chairs for the kids (umbrella preferred) or more complex with a wooden stand. The price of a lemonade cup can be anywhere from $0.25 to even a dollar, depending on how hot is it that day. However, check with your local county if there are any restrictions or tax implications for a seemingly simple business like a kid’s lemonade stand (the last thing you want is for your kid to be slapped with a fine for operating a business without a license.)

3. Pet sitting business.

During summer, some people go off on vacations but choose to leave their pets behind. If your kid loves pets and is capable of taking care of pets, one option is to start a pet sitting business. Your kid can take the dog for a walk, feed the cat or birds, and just make sure that the pets are being taken care of. For ideas, read the article “How to Develop a Pet Sitting Brand” .

If your kid is adept in creating and editing videos, your child can use the skill to make money. Your kid can make short videos and upload them to the massively popular Youtube. If the videos are able to attract a sizeable audience, your kid can join the Youtube Partner Program http://www.youtube.com/partners and start earning from the videos through advertising. Read the article “8 Ways to Earn Money from Online Videos” .

5. T-Shirt Design Business.

If your kid is pretty crafty and artistic, one option is to start designing t-shirts. Your kid can make it as colorful as he/she wants, even full of wacky design ideas. The key is to highlight that these are unique and one-of-a-kind t-shirts. You can then sell them online such as eBay or the handmade auction site Etsy.com. Another way is to approach a small boutique owner in your area and check if they would be interested in selling your kid’s t-shirts.

For any of the above business ideas, parental guidance is important (even necessary). Think of this time as a way you can bond even more with your kids. And have fun while doing it!


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Trudy s Flowers: Stunning arrangements and same day delivery #flowers, #flower #shop, #florist, #seattle,

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Trudy’s Floral Design

Contact Trudy’s Floral Design for all your same day deiivery requests. We carry the most fresh flowers for All Occasions, including Valentines, Anniversary, Sympathy, Funeral Flowers, Holiday, Birthday, Wedding or other special events. Order your flowers today with our Florist Shop in Seattle, WA. Your Local Florist Shop.

For the perfect floral arrangement, look no further! Trudy’s Floral Design offers elegant bouquets and arrangements for every occasion or just because. Trust in your local Seattle, Washington florist to fill your flower needs. We offer flower delivery to Seattle, WA and all of King county. Same day delivery is also offered at no additional cost!

Our customers are like family. The staff here at Trudy’s Floral Design are professional flower experts and will not let you settle for anything less than the best. Let us cater to your floral needs – you will not be disappointed! We listen to our clients and make sure that every order is handled with genuine care. Satisfaction is guarenteed when shopping at Trudy’s Floral Design.

Delight your friends and family with a beautiful, fresh arrangement from Trudy’s Floral Design in Seattle, Washinton
Local and trust florist

Other shops buy their flowers in bulk and without care – not Trudy’s Floral design . We use only the freshest flowers to fill your floral needs. If you want your friends and family to marvel at beautiful buds, place an order today. Our gorgeous arrangements will surely surprise and delight!

Trudy’s Floral Design in Seattle, WA provides flower delivery service to the following areas and zip codes in Washington:

98004, 98005, 98006, 98007, 98011, 98012, 98020, 98021, 98026, 98028, 98033, 98034, 98036, 98037,

98040, 98043, 98052, 98056, 98072, 98087 98101, 98102, 98103, 98104, 98405, 98106, 98107,

98108, 98109, 98112, 98115, 98117, 98118, 98119, 98121, 98122, 98125, 98126, 98133, 98134,

98144, 98148, 98155, 98166, 98168, 98177, 98178, 98188, 98199, 98204, 98208


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5 Summer Business Ideas for Kids: PowerHomeBiz Blog #owning #your #own #business


#business ideas for kids

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It is summer time and the kids are out of school. One way to preoccupy them during the warm summer months is to introduce them to the joys of entrepreneurship.

One way to make this summer memorable for them is to help them start a business – one that they enjoy and are passionate about. A summer business venture can teach them the basics of business. They get to have a taste of becoming a business owner. It will be a great exercise to expose them to the value of hard work and dedication. They’ll also start learning about money, even the concept of cash flow. Plus, it will help them take pride in their creations and work.

Here are some summer business ideas for kids:

With your help, your child can create an online store and start selling on the Web. The key is choosing the right items to sell, preferably products that resonate with them. One option is to choose items that they think will resonate with other kids in their age group. Read the story of Hannah Altman: A 10-Year Old CEO’s Success with Pencil Toppers .

An easier way will be to become an affiliate for other companies. This will allow the kid to earn commission from the sale, without spending money for inventory. This is the business model followed by the 15-year old entrepreneur Lachy Groom with his iPadCaseFinder.com website.

Cool Zips products from 10-year old entrepreneur Hannah Altman

The neighborhood lemonade stand is the most common business for kids in the summer. It is a fun, easy business for kids.

Easy to setup, your child needs to make a refreshing pitcher of lemonade (may need the help of adults) and sell it by the cup. The key is to find a high traffic area to set up the stand. The stand can be a simple table with chairs for the kids (umbrella preferred) or more complex with a wooden stand. The price of a lemonade cup can be anywhere from $0.25 to even a dollar, depending on how hot is it that day. However, check with your local county if there are any restrictions or tax implications for a seemingly simple business like a kid’s lemonade stand (the last thing you want is for your kid to be slapped with a fine for operating a business without a license.)

3. Pet sitting business.

During summer, some people go off on vacations but choose to leave their pets behind. If your kid loves pets and is capable of taking care of pets, one option is to start a pet sitting business. Your kid can take the dog for a walk, feed the cat or birds, and just make sure that the pets are being taken care of. For ideas, read the article “How to Develop a Pet Sitting Brand” .

If your kid is adept in creating and editing videos, your child can use the skill to make money. Your kid can make short videos and upload them to the massively popular Youtube. If the videos are able to attract a sizeable audience, your kid can join the Youtube Partner Program http://www.youtube.com/partners and start earning from the videos through advertising. Read the article “8 Ways to Earn Money from Online Videos” .

5. T-Shirt Design Business.

If your kid is pretty crafty and artistic, one option is to start designing t-shirts. Your kid can make it as colorful as he/she wants, even full of wacky design ideas. The key is to highlight that these are unique and one-of-a-kind t-shirts. You can then sell them online such as eBay or the handmade auction site Etsy.com. Another way is to approach a small boutique owner in your area and check if they would be interested in selling your kid’s t-shirts.

For any of the above business ideas, parental guidance is important (even necessary). Think of this time as a way you can bond even more with your kids. And have fun while doing it!


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5 Summer Business Ideas for Kids: PowerHomeBiz Blog #business #loan #rates


#business ideas for kids

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It is summer time and the kids are out of school. One way to preoccupy them during the warm summer months is to introduce them to the joys of entrepreneurship.

One way to make this summer memorable for them is to help them start a business – one that they enjoy and are passionate about. A summer business venture can teach them the basics of business. They get to have a taste of becoming a business owner. It will be a great exercise to expose them to the value of hard work and dedication. They’ll also start learning about money, even the concept of cash flow. Plus, it will help them take pride in their creations and work.

Here are some summer business ideas for kids:

With your help, your child can create an online store and start selling on the Web. The key is choosing the right items to sell, preferably products that resonate with them. One option is to choose items that they think will resonate with other kids in their age group. Read the story of Hannah Altman: A 10-Year Old CEO’s Success with Pencil Toppers .

An easier way will be to become an affiliate for other companies. This will allow the kid to earn commission from the sale, without spending money for inventory. This is the business model followed by the 15-year old entrepreneur Lachy Groom with his iPadCaseFinder.com website.

Cool Zips products from 10-year old entrepreneur Hannah Altman

The neighborhood lemonade stand is the most common business for kids in the summer. It is a fun, easy business for kids.

Easy to setup, your child needs to make a refreshing pitcher of lemonade (may need the help of adults) and sell it by the cup. The key is to find a high traffic area to set up the stand. The stand can be a simple table with chairs for the kids (umbrella preferred) or more complex with a wooden stand. The price of a lemonade cup can be anywhere from $0.25 to even a dollar, depending on how hot is it that day. However, check with your local county if there are any restrictions or tax implications for a seemingly simple business like a kid’s lemonade stand (the last thing you want is for your kid to be slapped with a fine for operating a business without a license.)

3. Pet sitting business.

During summer, some people go off on vacations but choose to leave their pets behind. If your kid loves pets and is capable of taking care of pets, one option is to start a pet sitting business. Your kid can take the dog for a walk, feed the cat or birds, and just make sure that the pets are being taken care of. For ideas, read the article “How to Develop a Pet Sitting Brand” .

If your kid is adept in creating and editing videos, your child can use the skill to make money. Your kid can make short videos and upload them to the massively popular Youtube. If the videos are able to attract a sizeable audience, your kid can join the Youtube Partner Program http://www.youtube.com/partners and start earning from the videos through advertising. Read the article “8 Ways to Earn Money from Online Videos” .

5. T-Shirt Design Business.

If your kid is pretty crafty and artistic, one option is to start designing t-shirts. Your kid can make it as colorful as he/she wants, even full of wacky design ideas. The key is to highlight that these are unique and one-of-a-kind t-shirts. You can then sell them online such as eBay or the handmade auction site Etsy.com. Another way is to approach a small boutique owner in your area and check if they would be interested in selling your kid’s t-shirts.

For any of the above business ideas, parental guidance is important (even necessary). Think of this time as a way you can bond even more with your kids. And have fun while doing it!


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