Sunday, February 03, 2008

Making ends meet

Tomorrow I have a substitute teaching job as an educational aide for a third grade boy with cerebral palsy. The job includes heavy lifting...specifically "transfer and toileting". I've worked with him before, he's a good kid. Some things keep you humble.

Whatever it takes to stay a ranger, Dirk Kempthorn, are you listening?


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hmm, perhaps Sec. Kempthorne WAS listening...

Gettysburg National Military Park (PA)
GS-0025-9 Interpretive Rangers (Two Positions)

The park is recruiting to fill two GS-9, full-performance interpretive park ranger positions. The primary duties include research, development, and presentation of a full range of interpretive and educational programs (both on and off site) to the general public, schools and organized groups. The rangers in these positions are expected to be part of the partnership team that will open the park’s new museum and visitor center in April. Persons interested in joining a highly motivated and creative team are encouraged to apply. The announcement number is GETT-08-10 and the closing date is February 15th. Click on the link below for a copy of the announcement.
[Submitted by Brion FitzGerald, Chief Ranger] More Information...

(today's Morning Report)

--signed, the Mannie Employment Fairy. :)