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01 Feb 2014

The Jersey City Alumni Contact: L-Mani S. Viney, Director 201-965-8732 JCkappaLeague@gmail.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated Launches the National Financial Aid Awareness Initiative The Jersey City Alumni of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated and its youth leadership group, the Jersey City Kappa League, will be holding a Financial Aid workshop on Monday, January 27th of 2014 at 7:30pm at the Hudson County Culinary Center on 144 Newkirk, St. The event is open to all parents and students in grades 9-12 and we ask that all parents of graduating seniors please bring a laptop in order to complete the FAFSA form online. This event will be the first in a series of Financial Aid awareness workshops held from January through March in collaboration with the Kappa Alpha Psi National Financial Aid Awareness Initiative. To RSVP for the event please email: JCKappaLeague@gmail.com ABOUT THE INITIATIVE: In an effort to address the growing crisis of college access and affordability within underserved communities and students of color throughout the country, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated announces the launch of its National Financial Aid Awareness Initiative. From January 15th through March 15th of 2014, undergraduate and alumni chapters of Kappa Alpha Psi will hold financial aid workshops and seminars throughout the country to promote financial aid awareness and encourage early completion of the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) completion in order to improve college access and retention for students of color. The seminar will utilize the resources provided by the US Dept of Educations Office of Student Aid. For more information:

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PSI and Meritor: Keeping tire pressure up

Meritor announced back in May it will continue to distribute MTIS via renewal of a strategic alliance with PSI. Meritor is the exclusive distributor of new and retrofit MTIS installation kits and PSI remains responsible for the design and manufacture of the kits, including its ThermAlert system, a high-temperature wheel-end warning system available on all MTIS kits. ( See video from the event ) Frank Sonzala, executive vp of PSI, pointed out that tires remain a fleets number-one maintenance costs and that over 90% of the road gators that litter the highways are due to the under inflation of tires, regardless of whether the tires that failed were new or retreads. He said the problem has always been that checking tire inflation is seen as a time-consuming and dirty task and the gauges used are often inaccurate. And its the trailer tires that are most often the victim of this neglect. Sonzala said that even if tires are properly checked, air loss just via osmosis through the casing will amount to 1 to 4 PSI per month, depending on a given tires inner-liner compound. Then there are tread punctures and sidewall damage that release yet more air over time.

PSI Seminars Las Vegas Holds Event to Inspire Lives in August

Through this event, PSI Seminars Las Vegas has helped thousands of people set and achieve their life's biggest goals and dreams. Attendees will learn through group discussions and growth exercises, and they will be taught powerful systems that can be apply right away in both their personal and professional lives. The goal of PSI Seminars Las Vegas is to help individuals identify the results they want in their lives, develop the skills to achieve their goals and create a more abundant lifestyle as a result. Attendees of PSI Seminars Las Vegas Basic rave about the positive change they experienced after going to this event. "PSI's Basic Seminar is a personal growth must! Two days after attending, I created a brand new business and saved an existing one.

RM&PSI announces dates for 2010 national risk management seminar

The conference will take place April 26-27, 2010 at the Hotel 1000 in Seattle. This year's focus, "The Human Aspects of Health Care: Tools for Moving into the Future," will help providers address the "human factors" that occur in a health care environment, including information and strategies to: Implement a culture of patient-centered quality and safety Manage the human issues related to electronic medical records Identify and address "burnout" in health care providers Foster a positive work environment Employ practical leadership principles for an emerging era in health care that demands value and excellence "The Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute is excited to offer another national seminar that addresses the topics most relevant to today's health care providers and risk managers," said Karol Wareck-Russ, group vice president of the RM&PSI. "Over the years, we've started implementing new, more effective processes and procedures, but the human aspect remains the ultimate variable. We hope to address the topics that help our providers better manage the human condition and improve how people interact within the systems we've put in place." The deadline for the fall conference registration is March 17, 2010, with an early registration discount before Feb. 26, 2010. Additional conference and registration information can be obtained by visiting the institute's Web site, www.rmpsi.com..



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