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Glassboro Intermediate School’s GLOW Club Becomes a Positive Force for Eighth-Grade Girls

Fiscella founded the club in 2012 when she saw a need for a girls mentoring group. Today, 35 eighth-graders participate and meet several times a month. From team-building fun, like visiting Glassboro’s Escape the Room venue, to enjoying women speakers, the club provides an upbeat, informative and empowering environment for girls.

The GLOW Club also dedicates time to talking about topics affecting girls today and enables girls to spend time with people who might not be in their homeroom classes. Fiscella has found that the club has even had a positive effect on how student get along together.

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Gloucester County Workforce Development announces the Mobile American Job Center. Simply text Gloucester to 56512

To keep up with today's trends and to make accessing job opportunities easier than ever, Gloucester County Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Heather Simmons announced the county’s next mobile initiative: the Mobile American Job Center.

Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, "Communication has changed over the years, and technology has taken a huge leap in how we get our information. By creating the Mobile American Job Center, county residents will be able to access new job information 24/7 regardless of where they are." 

The Mobile American Job Center, hosted by mobile application Engage by Cell, will automatically send out text messages on new businesses, hiring events and updated information on current job openings in the county and region. This technology is supported by a mobile website and landing page and is free to download.  The county’s Office of Economic Development maintains the information that will be distributed. 

To subscribe to text updates, simply text Gloucester to 56512

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