Congratulations, Patricia McCarthy from NY was the 100th person to sign our petition: United States Congress: Pass the IRE Irish Immigration Bill.
This is a huge milestone for our campaign! Getting our first 100 signatures is the hardest part of any petition. Now that we’ve got a base of excited supporters, we need to take our petition to the next level – and recruit some promoters too!
Being a petition promoter is easy! All our promoters need to do is post our petition on Facebook, email or IM friends, or ask bloggers to post our widget.
Click on following link which has lots of ideas about how you as a promoter can help out: http://www.change.org/guides/promote-your-petition
Remember, word of mouth is still the most powerful way to gain support for any online campaign. So, if we can find just one other person to promote our petition as passionately as we do, we’ll double our impact. Just think what we can achieve with more than one promoter.
Since our last email, we have gone from 64 signatures to 145. However, we will need a lot more if we are to be successful in getting Congress to pass the IRE Immigration Bill. Please also forward our email to people you know, asking them to support this bill. We need to get this petition out to as many people as possible including friends, family, organizations, media etc. Everything takes time, but there is urgency behind this bill as it is a temporary measure that will afford Irish nationals both skilled and unskilled, with the much needed opportunity to live and work legally in the United States, and then after a few years return home to a brighter future.
Just click on the link below, and sign up. It’s that easy, and only takes a minute.
We always ask the community to try to help our newest arrivals from Ireland in their search for employment. Everything helps including job advice, a job referral etc. As always, we thank you for your kind support
From: leonard p. daniels email@example.com
Message: LEONARD P. DANIELS 590 WEST END AVE APT# 3C NYC, NY 10024 (212) 873-4532 OBJECTIVE: Obtain a challenging position in the accounting and or customer service/ call center/ market research etc.. field with a growing and progressive organization by utilizing my accounting skills and customer service background. EXPERIENCE Self-employed Tax Preparer and Financial Consultant, 06/79-Present TRI-STATE MEDIA GROUP PELHAM, NY EARLY SUMMER 2011 TO 2/1/12 OUTSIDE SALES,INSIDE SALES AND SALES ASSISTANT WENT DOOR TO DOOR AS WELL AS COLD CALL TO GET BUSINESS AND ALSO TRIED TO GET APPOINTMENTS FOR MY STAFF ( SALES STAFF ) 95% OF THE TIME BY PHONE BUT ALSO SOMETIMES IN PERSON AS WELL. Royal Chemical INC. Great Neck, NY, 10/04 – 07/04, Order Processing Representative Receive and process orders from customers, verify pricing, verify credit status, enter orders in the computer system. Performs sales order maintenance
and related administrative functions; resolve client billing and eligibility issues. Assist in follow-up on quotes and maintain customer files. CVS Pharmacy, New York, NY, 01/02-10/02, Sales Associate meeting hourly selling and express credit goals, providing product knowledge to customers and working as part of a team to meet individual and store
objectives. Display and supply stock work. Slomins Shield, New York, NY, 01/99-01/00, Appointment Setter Maintained a fully booked appointment schedule for outside sales representatives, organized paperwork associated with those sales, handled and directed incoming client questions. Assisted team in meeting project
deadlines and monetary goals. Handled sales to clients that prefer business to be handled exclusively over the phone, fax and email. Business Science International, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 11/93 – 01/99, Market Research Coordinator Planned and implemented telephone market research projects. Edited and coded surveys. Analyzed data to determine if quotas were met. Reported findings to upper management. Kay Bee Toys, New York, NY, 11/92-11/93, Assistant Manager Retail management supervision and discipline; bookkeeping and banking; merchandising and visual presentation; profit and loss; scheduling and customer service; store
repairs and product returns. NY City Dept for the Aging, New York, NY, 11/88-6/89, Accountant Conducted field and desk audits and presented reports of findings. Interacted with center personnel to develop action plans. Communicate with supervisors to identify areas of non-compliance. COMPUTER SKILLS MS Excel * MS Access * MS Word * MS Internet Explorer * MS Powerpoint
EDUCATION Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting, New York Institute of Technology, June 1988 3.0 Cumulative GPA, 2.9 Major Accounting G.P.A, Member of Accounting
AND Yearbook Staff Member of National Accounting Society
We received great feedback from one of the Summer J1 visa holders who was referred by Failte 32 to the recent Irish Business Organization event (www.ibo-ny.com) for the purpose of job networking. Particular thanks to Sheila Lynott, President IBO, and Garrett Doyle, President of the County Kildare Association of New York www.countykildare.org for all their support.
“Plenty of success Maurice at the IBO event. It was a brilliant night of networking and we made many contacts, including Sheila, and we will be keeping in touch with everyone!
I managed to land a job with Garret Doyles list.”
IBO JULY BREAKFAST NETWORKING EVENT
Date: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 · 08.00 AM Location: Fitzpatrick Manhattan Hotel, 687 Lexington Ave. (56th-57th St)
This month will see us joined by Dr. Alan Goldstein, who will speak about his experience as a life-coach, and doubtless will dispense some of his wisdom and advice along the way. Alan brings to coaching more that 30 years of unusually varied life experience — as a Vietnam veteran, activist, political and community organizer as well as a highly regarded author and lecturer to the dental profession.
$25 IBO current members who RSVP before 3pm on Monday, July 16, 2012. $30 for all others. (includes gratuity). You do not need to be a member to attend.
From Cathy Hogan, First Vice President of the United Irish Counties Association of New York (www.uicany.org)
Westchester County Parks
AmericanIrish Association of Westchester County
Sunday,July 15, 2012
Massat 12 Noon
Rain or Shine
Admission$5.00 per adult – Children under 14 Free
Foodand beverages available – No coolers please
Pleasebring your own blankets and chairs
Failte 32 Committee