Learn whatever you can about the company you wish to work for prior to an interview. Look at their websites. Also, find out if the company has any social media pages. You want to know as much as you can about them. Taking the time to research the company shows that you are prepared to go above and beyond in your pursuit of a job.
Keep your hands firmly on the steering wheel and gently steer in the direction you want your car to go. If you skid on ice: Grasp your steering wheel firmly, and steer in the direction you want to go. Take your foot off the accelerator. Do not engage the brake. Let gravity begin to slow your car down. And then if youre still skidding and turning, put your vehicle in neutral. Avoid freeways and highways if you can, because the overpasses freeze first. Increase the following distance between you and other cars: In rain, at least 100 -200 feet stopping distance and in a snow 300-400 feet. If it is foggy: always use your fog lights. If you dont have fog lights, use your low beam headlights and not your high beam head lights. Double your time for travel.
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Gayle All aboard. interview skills 101Come in your PJs and join Ms. Gayle, a Boulder educator for 35 years, for a magical evening as we host our annual Polar Express Storytime. Coloring and activities to follow, including writing a Dear Santa letter. A little elf told me a very special guest will be joining us from the North Pole, 7 p.m., Barnes & Noble Boulder, 2999 Pearl St., Boulder; free; stores.barnesandnoble.com/event/9780061828530-0 . HOLIDAY Holiday Festival 2016 A lively program of seasonal music and festive holiday decorations in Macky Auditorium inspire sold-out audiences and make the Holiday Festival a beloved annual tradition. Choirs, orchestra, ensembles and faculty soloists from the CU-Boulder College of Music invite you to share the joy and warmth of the season with your family and friends, 7:30 p.m., Macky Auditorium, 1595 Pleasant St., Boulder; $50; cupresents.org/events/series/holiday-festival . no dataCountry Christmas & Parade of Lights Local choirs, roast complimentary s’mores around open fire pits, enjoy kettle korn, brats and more; Living Nativity scene; parade on Briggs Street traveling north from Maxwell to Wells; Santa arrives at the end of the parade and visits with children in his workshop, 5 p.m., Historic Downtown, Erie, CO 80516, Erie; free; 303-828-3440 or erieco.gov/Calendar.aspx?EID=1129&day=5&month=6&year=2016&calType=0 . THEATER “The Sea” 3rd Law Dance/Theater opens it’s season with an original work to the commissioned Paul Fowler. “The Sea” reveals humanities relationship to the natural environment through the signature movement and provocative imagery of 3rd Law, interwoven with the hauntingly beautiful perspective of Fowler’s music played live, 7:30 p.m., Dairy Arts Center, 2950 Walnut St., Boulder; $15-$30; 303-641-7165.
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