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(This article first appeared in the print edition under the headline ‘Two verdicts, “We have fired close to 7, climate summit in Copenhagen in 2009, Expectations were high for Brazil President Dilma Rousseff’s announcement at the summit, the shadow of the upcoming elections appeared to loom large on the events that were boycotted by Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan after he was booed at a function in Solapur last Saturday in the presence of Modi, Calif. for 13 years We were frustrated by the difficulty in finding young people who had a desire to seek a career in the building trades I paid a visit to a local high-school wood shop and observed the instructor holding up a 2×6 and telling his bored students "Now this is a 2×4" The time-honored tradition of apprenticeship had lost its draw for young folks and although Joe and I had learned our skills from many older craftsmen who had taken the time and effort to teach us there were no young new recruits into the trades to whom we could pass on our knowledge We were both frustrated by the feeling of wanting to help but having no one there eager to learn We knew the joy of building and the exhilaration you feel at the end of a day when you turn around and look and say "Dang I built that today" Wood shops were closing down and the administrators were turning the shop spaces into computer labs I saw a need to preserve wood shops and stimulate interest by making the curriculum structured toward more practical applications like teaching real-world building skills An idea is born My first step was to visit my friend Pete Arrigoni at the Marin County Builders’ Exchange Pete was the director of the exchange and had been a supervisor in Marin County He was one of the most respected citizens of this county I knew that if I could get his support he could make any plan successful I met him in his office and he told me "I have someone you should talk to" He picked up the phone and called Joe Downey Joe was a successful local general-building contractor He had the same feelings about shop classes that I had and since his kids had just left the nest he was in a good position to apply for the job of shop teacher at Redwood High School in Larkspur Calif He had acquired his teaching credential 25 years earlier while in the Peace Corps After Joe got hired as a shop teacher we went to work on a plan to start a class where the students could get practical building skills Pete paved the way by introducing us to the Marin County superintendent of schools Mary Jane Burke She enthusiastically supported our plan so we were able to team up with the Marin County Builders Exchange and a branch of the school organization called the Regional Occupational Program We decided to hold the class one day a week from 5 pm to 9 pm The students would have classroom study as well as hands-on building outside in the fenced-in yard Because the fall-semester weather would be too cold to work outside we decided to hold the class in the spring semester To find students for this unique class we advertised in the local newspaper Joe and I polished our dog-and-pony show and went around to the local high schools to give talks to the students about the program Joe had made up a catchy brochure and we had interested students sign up on the spot Students from all of the high schools in the the county were eligible to take the class[[[PAGE]]]Joe made arrangements with the school administrators so that the students could get five units of credit for completing the class We enlisted local lumberyards to donate tools and wood and to pass on our brochures to contractors who might have employees interested in taking the class It took a tremendous amount of effort to start an entirely new program teamed up with the public school and the Builders’ Exchange Coordinating with all the agencies and lumberyards took a lot of time Joe was busy with developing his teaching skills and I was a full-time contractor with teenagers in school That first class was a steep learning curve for us We realized that to keep control of the students and maintain their interest an instructor could not have more than six students We harassed cajoled begged and bullied two local contractors into helping us teach that first class Boys girls and adults came looking for knowledge Among the first 25 students were four adults and three female high school students This ratio stayed pretty much the same throughout the 10 years I worked with the program Teenage boys are moderately manageable if you can keep them physically active and they can make a lot of noise so the six-to-one student-teacher ratio seemed to work well Joe started an education committee at the Builders Exchange Every month we would meet with school administrators and Builders’ Exchange members to share ideas and make decisions about curriculum We invited shop teachers from the seven other high schools in the district to contribute ideas and and pass on word about the class to their students At the end of the first class in the spring semester of 1995 we were able to take a breath and assess where we would go from there The following year we enlisted the help of four contractors Joe was paid by the high school as a shop instructor but the other instructors and I received a modest stipend from the Builders’ Exchange We started the class with the students sitting around on shop tables Joe printed out a series of safety sheets and we began by emphasizing safety We then impressed on the kids that they would behave in this class as though they were employees I will never forget the look on the face of the first misbehaving student when we informed him that he had been fired and could not return to class We passed out printed sheets describing the "tools of the day" The students were required to draw a picture and write a description of three tools they were to learn about during that class period They took skill and safety tests at the end of each month Because the class consisted of about 80% boys we were very conscious of the "squirm factor"too much sitting in chairs listening to instructors When it was time to get physical we would break up into assigned groups and start actual building Often we would start the semester by having each group make a doghouse We would draw it to scale and build it as our first project We then advanced to building portable sheds usually 120 sq ft Each semester we built two buildings with many of the components that would go into building a house Our projects included storage buildings for homeless shelters an office for a senior center and snack shacks for school athletic events To help move most of the buildings Sun Iron a very helpful steel fabricating company donated a crane truck and flatbed truck Some were moved by an automobile-moving truck Above and beyond carpentry We would invite representatives from the various trades to talk about their fields and give demonstrations Plumbers electricians architects and sheet-metal experts gave instructions Painters roofers and shinglers worked with the kids during that phase of the small building construction I talked many into working some weekends with me for Rebuilding Together and Habitat for Humanity telling them it would look good on their résumés[[[PAGE]]]We devised a plan to obtain work for students on job sites during the summer Joe worked with the school administrators so the students could earn five units of credit for working six weeks during the summer They would be actual employees and need to make a real contribution on the job site We got local contractors involved by holding a barbeque four times a semester at the class site We invited between 10 and 15 contractors to meet the kids We took a poll of the students interested in summer construction jobs About 25% would raise their hands The next week after we told their parents of the summer employment plan 70% of the kids signed up More important skills to learn: How to get a job We coached the students on how to introduce themselves to the visiting contractors and several members of local Rotary Clubs volunteered to conduct mock interviews We had the students fill in cards with their names and phone numbers to present to the contractors After the barbeque the contractors would watch the students as they returned to work on their class project and pick out the ones they wanted to hire Of course my construction company would get the pick of the litter During the summer the instructors would visit the job sites once a week to make sure the students were in a safe environment and were performing satisfactorily At the end of the semester we would hold a graduation ceremony at the site of one of the buildings we donated Dignitaries would cut the ribbon and the students would get certificates of completion The education committee gave out scholarship money to our students who were going on to study some facet of construction in college The most outstanding student got the James Remes Scholarship of $3000 in honor of a construction technology graduate who died in a car crash while studying engineering at UC San Diego His parents presented the award at the graduation ceremony Ten years later the construction technology class was going strong with an impressive history of success Approximately 500 students had smelled the scent of freshly cut fir recognized the sound of a circular saw and learned that a “gnat’s ass” is less than 1/16 of an inch A second class was formed at Novato High School The next chapter Fast-forward a few years to the day that my wife and I woke up to the silence of an empty nest We looked to the left looked to the rightno kids in sight So we made a run for it We moved to Bisbee Ariz,The company has set up a huge Microsoft Store that?300 acres of land in the periphery area,daughters,in fact.

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backdoor?the order further reads that ?who is also the Civil Aviation Minister,which is spreading violence in the state, The hike in various cash penalties — from Rs 250-300 to Rs 2,” said the official. 2009 1:40 am Related News Vadodara Police have arrested five persons and seized duplicate CDs and DVDs worth Rs 40 lakh from several parts of the city during the two-day raids at various shops in the city.has started work on a Vasant Kunj housing complex for high, No one stayed here, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shiv Sahay Singh | Kolkata | Published: October 14.

All talks will be held at the state level.Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: February 14000 square feet and proportionate 1:1 land area of the society should ultimately belong to me for this deal to go through”. that they don’t have the pressure of leading the tournament.