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2021.03.07 15:14 Michael_Therami RiteAidInvestor_RAD

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2023.06.07 00:57 SCP_radiantpoison I asked Chat-GPT for an original episode of Criminal Minds based on a cool idea I saw in another thread!

Title: "Blast from the Past"
Opening Quote: "The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another." - William James
Episode Summary:
The episode begins with a series of devastating bombings across the city, leaving the population in a state of fear and panic. The BAU is called in to investigate the case, and the team's resident genius, Dr. Spencer Reid, takes the lead in delivering the profile of the elusive unsub.
Spencer Reid meticulously studies the crime scenes and evidence, searching for patterns and insights that will aid in understanding the bomber's motivations. As he delves into the twisted mind of the unsub, Reid's profile begins to take shape. He determines that the bomber is likely driven by a deep-seated need for control and power. Their meticulous planning and execution of the bombings point to a person who thrives on instilling fear and chaos.
In a meeting with the team, Reid shares his profile, highlighting key characteristics of the unsub. He describes the individual as highly intelligent, methodical, and meticulous. The unsub's need for control stems from a past marked by a lack of power or failed attempts at asserting themselves. Reid hypothesizes that the unsub may have experienced significant personal setbacks, such as failed relationships or career disappointments, leading them to seek revenge against the city and its inhabitants.
Meanwhile, the team faces an unexpected twist when Penelope Garcia, the BAU's tech analyst, discovers a suspect with a highly suspicious search history. The individual's online activities align disturbingly with the profile provided by Reid. Convinced they have found their unsub, the team mobilizes swiftly, determined to prevent any further attacks.
The BAU conducts surveillance on the suspect and gathers enough evidence to obtain a search warrant. During the raid, they discover a cache of bomb-making materials and blueprints, further solidifying their belief that they have captured the perpetrator. However, as the investigation progresses, doubts begin to emerge.
The team digs deeper into the suspect's background and conducts thorough interviews. They soon discover that the individual's search history, which initially appeared alarming, was actually research for a crime thriller novel they were writing. The suspect, an aspiring author, had no intention of causing harm but was simply immersing themselves in the world of their fictional work.
Realizing their mistake, the BAU must confront the consequences of their hasty assumptions. The innocent suspect, traumatized by the experience, is released, and the team refocuses their efforts on finding the true unsub.
Regrouping, the BAU reexamines the evidence, seeking any overlooked details or connections that may lead them closer to the real perpetrator. As the city remains on high alert, the pressure intensifies for the team to solve the case before the next bombing occurs.
Through dogged determination and painstaking analysis, the BAU uncovers a potential suspect—a disenchanted former employee who harbors a deep grudge against the city's government. The team races against time to locate the unsub's hidden location, armed with a cache of explosives and plans for future attacks.
In a heart-pounding climax, the BAU confronts the unsub, employing their expertise and teamwork to neutralize the threat and save innocent lives. With the apprehension of the true perpetrator, the city can finally breathe a sigh of relief.
The episode concludes with a reflection on the dangers of rushing to judgment, emphasizing the importance of thorough investigation and critical thinking.
The BAU's dedication to justice and their ability to adapt and learn from mistakes ultimately ensures the safety and well-being of the city and its residents.
Closing Quote: "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
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2023.06.07 00:50 persistentskeleton GULC $ vs UCI $$$$+

Career always has been on a PI track, and I'm primarily interested in DOJ or anti-corruption work. Georgetown is a dream school in my favorite city, and I just got off the waitlist. I'm still waiting to hear back regarding need-based financial aid (family is pretty solidly upper-middle class, though), and I get Chapter 35 Benefits, so a bit of federal financial aid is coming my way either way. Prestige is important to me, though maybe it shouldn't be. Chapter 35 is the equivalent of ~$12k a year in grants.
I have a full ride to UCI. Plus federal aid, my overall debt after graduating would be between $0-$30k. I like the admin, but didn't vibe at all with the campus and I don't really want to settle in SoCal, though I don't know for sure where I want to end up.
Clearly, what I want to do is go GULC and use PLSF+LRAP. I'm not sure that's the smartest choice. Any thoughts, or anyone else with experience?
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2023.06.07 00:43 AA56561 [Event] The Chinese Space Sector - The best in the World (soon at least)


Over the past two decades, the People’s Republic of China has established itself as a major player in space, second only to the United States of America (and the Russian Federation, depending on who you ask). This has been an incredible achievement, and the Chinese people owe it to their world-class scientists, engineers, and other professionals who made this possible. Yet, this is not the end, but rather merely the beginning, with China’s space program seemingly having a very bright future. Unlike in the Soviet Union, where the space program was viewed as a program whose sole use was for propaganda, Beijing is aware of the massive economic benefits a space program can bring, from pioneering new technologies to even possibly allowing for the gathering of resources in space - the possibilities are seemingly endless.
The People’s Republic of China sees space as the “next big thing”, an area in which all great powers of the world will soon come to clash to secure their vital national interest. In order to ensure that China is placed at the very forefront of capabilities and investments in space, Beijing has decided to increase the budget of the China National Space Administration from roughly $9 billion annually to more than $15 billion, with it set to reach $30 billion by 2030. While this may seem like a large investment, it will constitute less than 10% of the budget for the People’s Liberation Army in 2030. The increased budget of the CNSA will allow it to develop a greater number of more complex and capable satellites, while also allowing it to prepare for eventual manned missions to Mars, as well as the establishment of a manned base on the moon.
The funds will also allow for an increased research and development budget, which will now be able to focus on new sectors and technologies. Already, the CNSA has made clear top priorities for the new R&D budget will be:
  • advanced rocketry - especially engines
  • satellite technologies
  • space exploration
  • space science
Additionally, the Chinese government will ensure a program is established which will nurture and retain talent within China’s space industry, thereby increasing the knowledge and abilities of the industry as a whole. Careers at the CNSA, for those who qualify, will be very attractive, not only in terms of salary but also in terms of opportunities, with promotions being handed out quickly to those who deserve them. A constant exchange between the academia of the People’s Republic of China and the CNSA and other parts of the Chinese space industry will be established, to make constant improvements on systems and processes, and build trust between these two groups. At top universities, the best and brightest of Chinese students will be allowed to enroll in programs which will see them learn at universities, all the while also already starting jobs and internships within China’s space industry.
In a first, the Chinese government will seek to commercialize its operations, opening the door for private companies (which must be Chinese) to become an active part of China’s space industries. While some in the CNSA have decried this plan, China must recognize that private companies can spur development of new technologies, attract further investment and also spur economic growth. It will provide the possibility for more Chinese companies and businesses to help leverage their expertise to put China on track to become the world’s true space superpower. The CNSA will cooperate with private companies, and will invest in startups, in order to create an innovative, vibrant and thriving space industry ecosystem which will bring China’s unmatched academic and industrial capabilities into the fight.
With this increased investment, the China National Space Administration will begin an out-reach program, supported by the Chinese Communist Party, to the Chinese people. China Central Television, as well as other major television channels, will begin to introduce many segments on the importance of space, as well as on the work of the China National Space Administration. Schools will introduce voluntary special projects that in some way are related to exploring space. Beijing hopes that this push will inspire a new generation of Chinese engineers, scientists, and taikonauts to take up the mantle. It has been recognized by the CCP that Public support and engagement are vital for sustaining long-term growth and success of the CNSA.
President Xi Jinping himself has commented on this new “space push” by the People’s Republic of China:
“The work of the Chinese National Space Administration has never been so important. Today, as we embark on a journey which will take us to Mars and beyond, let us strive for a better world, a world in which humanity unites, transcends boundaries and truly becomes the master of its own destiny. The People’s Republic of China is willing to cooperate with any partner to aid humanity in becoming a civilization of the stars, and not simply the earth. - Xi Jinping, President of the PRC
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2023.06.07 00:39 Fair_Patient5730 Seeking insights from Biomedical Engineers or anyone pursuing

For a school project, I would like to interview someone from my area of interest which is biomedical engineering. I'm eager to learn from professionals who have hands-on experience. I have a few questions that I would love to hear your perspectives on:
What initially sparked your interest in biomedical engineering and led you to pursue it as a career? I'm curious to know what inspired you and how you decided to embark on this path.
How has your experience in the field of biomedical engineering aligned with your initial expectations and goals? Did you find it to be as you imagined, or were there any surprises along the way?
Can you describe a specific project or experience in your career that has been particularly rewarding or fulfilling for you? I would love to hear about a memorable project or achievement that stands out to you.
What are the most challenging aspects of working in biomedical engineering, and how do you navigate those challenges?
I'm excited to hear your thoughts and experiences. Any insights or advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated, as it will aid me in shaping my own journey in the field of biomedical engineering. Thank you in advance for your time and valuable contributions!
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2023.06.06 23:25 Turbulent_Hornet_802 Got in to NYU CAS but i need some advice

Hi guys! I just got into NYU CAS and I am having trouble deciding on whether to go... after all, it is an expensive school and I did not receive any aid. I am currently studying econ at UCSD and I am interested in going into business consulting and management. I heard a lot of people saying that NYU is not worth it if it is not stern.. and I am worried that if I transfer I won't get much in return payscale-wise..

Any advice will be appreciated. Is NYU really worth it for economics? I know UCSD is not a target school for a career in the business sector. I really appreciate this community, it really supported me throughout the transfer process.
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2023.06.06 22:49 eaglessb999 $rad falling wedge (bullish) and 27% short

$rad falling wedge (bullish) and 27% short
27% short with a falling wedge that is ready to break out. Rite aid is ready to explode🚀🚀🚀
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2023.06.06 22:42 Psychological-Bill-8 Tupac's Planned Empire

Sup folks. As a new fan of Tupac Shakur I've grown obsessed with learning everything about his future plans before he died. Here is the fruits of my research if there is anything I missed or got wrong please tell me below.
Business Plans
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2023.06.06 20:51 past-constuction88 Q2 🛒by 🛒 shopping helps shareholders 🎈

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2023.06.06 18:08 crumad Diablo 4 Released Today! Physical Copies Are So Much Better Than Downloads

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2023.06.06 16:46 PritchettRobert506 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in MI Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
United States Secret Service Criminal Investigator Saginaw
Delta Airlines Flight Attendant Warren
Wolf Creek Dental Hygiene Assistant Adrian
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Stefanini Sr. Product Manager Allen Park
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Beaumont Health Radiologic Technologist Ann Arbor
Beaumont Health LMRT Ann Arbor
Spectrum Health Unit Aide to CNA Career Path Program Big Rapids
Variant Trucker Brighton
Variant Truck Driver Brighton
Wolf Creek Dental Dental Hygienist Clinton
Beaumont Health CT Technician Detroit
Atlantic General USA Business Systems Analyst Dimondale
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Atlantic General USA Cisco Analyst Dimondale
Thriveworks OP Therapist Grand Rapids
Capital One Senior Platform Engineer (Workday Specialist) Grand Rapids
UP Health System - Portage Elder Associate (CNA) 7459-3396 Hancock
LifeStance Health Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) Kalamazoo
Capital One Senior Platform Engineer (Workday Specialist) Kalamazoo
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CareerStaff Unlimited Registered Nurse (RN) Muskegon
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Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in mi. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.06.06 16:10 PigglyWigglyDeluxe Another Starbucks is opening up on eureka way by rite aid, why?

We had a perfectly good Starbucks on eureka way by dutch, literally a few blocks away. It was there for years.
I wonder if this store will close when the workers try to unionize.
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2023.06.06 16:09 FriendOfThePond If anyone was wondering what Lindo Bacon (ep 109) is up to these days...

Lindo now speaks about healing from trauma! https://lindobacon.com/retired-from-haes-career-pivot/
Unfortunately, in my mind, the primary organization that represents HAES did not make the transition gracefully, and recently embraced what I refer to as toxic culture. By this I’m referring to a culture characterized by intolerance, policing and punishing others. I was saddened to see these values enter our HAES community and brought attention to it, naively thinking I could generate discussion and help support a more tolerant and open-minded environment. Later, my reaction was even stronger than sadness: I was traumatized by how I was treated. I don’t use that term lightly.
Some of this is pretty insightful actually:
Divisiveness and drama are profitable and the revenue stream and following of many “influencers” and organizations depends on promoting it. It is common for people to amplify the outrage, many of them seeing it as an opportunity to virtue signal (the practice of publicly expressing opinions intended to demonstrate one’s social justice savvy) and increase their status. Some may have good intentions – supporting a marginalized group puts them on high moral ground – which shields them from considering harm it may elicit. Or, they may be aware that their actions are hurtful but believe it to be acceptable collateral damage.
So basically Lindo pivoted to providing aid to people who've experienced the trauma of being cancelled. It's a bit of a strange read though, it's basically a 'fuck you' open letter to the HAES movement while remaining somewhat civil.
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2023.06.06 15:36 YaaliAnnar NoP: Lost and Found (58)

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Memory Transcription Subject: Vichak, venlil school principal
Date [Standard Human Reckoning]: 2136-10-23
I told my vice principal that I didn't come to this predator planet for a vacation, so I need some knowledge or study results to bring home. Johan, my possible future brother-in-law, suggested that I could perhaps observe a human school. Keristian, the human coordinator for the refugee apartment, assured me that he had contacted an elementary school and came up with a schedule. For now, he told me to familiarize myself with the amenities in the apartment.
Besides their blocky design, human apartments had the same general functions as venlil ones. The staff provided us with a stepping stool to account for the larger dimension of the furniture, but other than that it has all that we needed.
Well... we could use a full-body dryer.
I found some alien features too in the apartment, such as the artificial pond, which humans use for recreation. They call this activity 'swimming', something that translates into "moving in water". Their First Contact package insisted that they came from arboreal lineage. Yet, their movements in water betrayed a hidden skill. After considering it, it made sense in a way. The water in their world is teeming with life, and they would benefit from aquatic hunting skills.
Adjacent to this 'swimming' pond, the apartment also had a gym. We have gyms back in the home world, but here on Earth, a wide range of humans frequented them, not just their armed forces personnel. They perform a variety of body movements such as lifting and putting things back down or running on a conveyor belt.
Does this dedication to simulated hardship serve as a means to channel their inherited predatory aggression? They didn't turn themselves from savage beasts into civilized people without some way to temper that excess.
We expected to meet a lot of gojids in the apartment, but it felt sparser than I had imagined. Keristian explained that the gojids here had entered into employment within the Capital. A large number had secured work on the farms. Some had brought seeds from their homeworld, which they planted back in the camp. After the human experts determined it safe enough for Earth, they transplanted the sprouts to one of the farms around the city.
I wondered if any venlil plant species had established themselves on this foreign soil. After Timür explained the concept of invasive species, I realized that I misinterpreted their cautious approach as predatory territorialism. On the other paw, the unspoiled wilderness that I witnessed on my journeys to and from the camp made me appreciate the inherent beauty of preserving such a wild landscape.
Some other gojids chose careers in logistics, serving the complex system that kept the goods in the region moving. Right now, humans directed most of their effort into alleviating the ruined cities. Some of the gojids had even volunteered to help the human, despite the presence of arxurs in the affected cities.
For our last meal of the day, we had gojid dishes made out of earth ingredients. I have to admit that I have not tried gojid cuisine before, but it grew on me just like human cuisine did.
The midday heat on Earth felt milder compared to the scorching intensity of a Deep Day in Venlil Prime's sunward section. Unlike our homeworld, where night temperatures could plummet beyond freezing, Earth's night felt comfortable.
I spent my first night on Earth sitting on the rooftop garden of the apartment. The blanket of darkness that stretched all around us sparked feelings of unease. However, the glimmering towers of the Capital provided a comforting backdrop, their lights twinkling like terrestrial stars. One of the staff members commented on how the city's light pollution obscured all but the brightest celestial bodies.
The staff member was a human after all and would do insane human things like complaining about their city not being dark enough.
Nevertheless, humans did appreciate the necessity of artificial lighting. As night fell, we could illuminate our room with the voice command, a comforting alternative to the deep night outside. I shuddered at the thought of enduring a night in such complete darkness.
Yesterday, I decided to explore the downtown capital to familiarize myself before I visited the school today. Mom insisted on tagging along and Keristian wanted Sukma, his aide, to guide us. We wanted a self-guided exploration, so as a compromise, the human equipped us with wrist-worn devices. These gadgets allowed him to track our whereabouts and also functioned as a means of payment. While the coordinator insisted we needn't worry about finances, he explained a rough price guide to prevent any possible exploitation.
Humans, in stark contrast to the lone arxurs, put heavy importance on socializing. While we waited in the station, the rhythmic cadence of Bahasa, their local language, filled the air. Thanks to Vani's provision of a language model, I could comprehend their dialogues, and snippets of human conversations drifted toward my ears.
"Do you see those domba?"
"Shhh... don't call them that. But yeah... I thought we had just one here?"
"Maybe Vani's relatives came to visit?"
However, even with the additional language model, my translator couldn't decipher all of their voices. Vani informed me that Bahasa serves as a trade language for the region and they had a plethora of other tongues that our translation device has yet to have the data for.
Once aboard the train, the humans adopted a collective silence. Being surrounded by humans aboard the train felt daunting, but this discomfort came from me standing out in this setting. I would feel the same on any other planet inhabited by a different species, carnivorous or not.
When we came to the downtown station, we plunged right away into an endless sea of humans.
Timür's unapologetic display of his face had acclimatized us to humans. We learned to perceive them not as threats but as just xenos with weird faces. It also helped that the humans in our vicinity maintained a respectful distance. However, they almost always locked their curious gaze onto us, averting their eyes when they figured out that I noticed them from my peripheral vision.
Distinguishing individual humans posed a challenge due to their similar appearance, but I soon learned to note the distinctive fabric of their clothing and the accessories they adorned.
The bustling capital of Nusantara presented us with new experiences and opportunities to learn about human culture. Mom and I took full advantage of our time there, immersing ourselves in the vibrant atmosphere provided by the city.
We first stopped at a local market, a bustling hive of activity that operated around the clock. Here, we observed humans haggling over the prices of fruits and vegetables, inspecting textiles, and purchasing a bewildering variety of cooked foods. The rich aroma of exotic spices and prepared meals filled the air.
We had a pleasant experience in the market until we stumbled onto the flesh section. Mom caused some embarrassing commotion when she vomited at the sight of the flesh.
So we decided to visit something less challenging and found ourselves going to museums and galleries. The tour guides in each institution we came to explained the history of this island while showing a collection of historical artifacts and artworks. It offered a captivating glimpse into the ancient human civilizations that once inhabited this region, and their struggles and triumphs.
We decided to have our last meal of the day in the city. With many of the buildings crammed in the city center, the place we had access to the open air lay at the top of the building. We watched the sun setting on the horizon.
As we ate through a platter of addictive fritters, Mom said that we venlil did construct similar dense settlements. Her explanation surprised me at first, as I almost forgot that Mom used to work as a civil engineer. She then explained that dense arrangements for habitats like this only made sense in colonies that lacked land or breathable air.
Humans seemed to have other motivations. They prefer gathering close to one another, creating bustling metropolises to allow for large swaths of untouched land for their wildlife.
So today, having learned to navigate the urban labyrinth of the Capital, I bid a temporary farewell to my mother at the outskirt station. Her exploration of this city would take her further out, where she would visit one of the human agricultural facilities. On the other paw, my destination lay at the heart of downtown.
Once I arrived at the downtown station, I switched on my visual overlay, allowing it to project directional instructions across my visual field. It painted a pathway to my destination through the tunnels and covered walkways. The direction landed me in one of the city's gargantuan towers.
The visual overlay translated the name of the school in venscript. Since humans write horizontally, the resulting translation turns a quarter circle. The sign above the entrance says:
"State Elementary School #1"
Number one? I suppose in a city this big, they did need more than one school. Under the sign, I spotted a human figure standing. She waved her arms and I could tell that she had waited for me. When I got closer, I made out the warm and inviting expression on her face
"Hi, I'm Andin, and you must be Principal Vichak?" Her voice sounded melodious and soft for a human. The human clasped her hands in front of her and bowed.
"Hi Principal Andin, nice to meet you," I replied to her with the same gesture. "I can't wait to see your school."
"Excellent! Follow me," she said. Her billowy one-piece dress twirled around her when she turned around.
Andin led me through the lobby and toward a balcony overseeing the heart of this educational facility, an internal atrium spanning three stories in height. The humans embedded the school inside one of their superstructure, and due to the lack of outdoor space, this architectural feature provided a simulated outside area where young humans could engage in physical activity and socialize. A synthetic material replicating grass covered the atrium's floor. Simulated sunlight streamed projected from the ceiling bathed the area in warm daylight.
An assortment of colorful play structures and exercise apparatuses dotted the periphery of the atrium. I presume they provided the students with ways to release those predator energies. Balconies jutted out from each floor, giving educators an overview of the bustling space and enabling effective supervision during playtime. The classrooms and learning spaces surrounded the atrium. As we walked past, I noticed that several of the glass panes had turned opaque.
"I read from the sign that this is an Elementary School. How old are your students?"
"Our elementary school caters to students from the first through fourth grades, so they are between six to ten years old. However, we sometimes admit older students. For instance, we have a few twelve-year-olds in the fourth grade."
Something felt a bit off from her answer. "What's next for them after this?" I probed.
"After completing their time here, students move on to four years of middle school, followed by another four years of high school. During high school, they can choose a specialization before they move on to university."
Her response left me flabbergasted. "Twelve years of education?" I said in disbelief. "It takes a full twelve years to complete education here?"
"Uh... yeah. That's pretty much the standard timeframe for education all over the planet. Just... how long does it take for you to finish your mandatory education?"
"Seven years," I responded. "By the age of thirteen, kids can start two years of vocational school and most venlils started working at fifteen."
Andin's eyes widened, "Wait, you have children working full-time at fifteen?"
"No, they're not children. They're adults." I realized that humans might have different lifespans. "What's... your age of majority here?"
"In this country, people can vote at the age of seventeen. But in our local culture adulthood starts at twenty." Andin explained.
"Alright, maybe we have a different lifespan?" Andin suggested, echoing my thought. "What's the typical lifespan of a venlil?"
"The average life expectancy hovers around ninety years, although many people live past one hundred," I explained. I wonder if perhaps humans live much longer? I didn't expect predators to live long, but humans tend to defy the norm.
"We had the same lifespan," Andin admitted.
"Wait... what?"
"Maybe we have a different education system?" She suggested again. Andin offered me her pad. "Feel free to observe any class that interests you. Here you can see the schedule for today." The contents had been translated into Ventongue. It presented a timeline of various subjects that took place throughout the day.
As my eyes skimmed over the list, one caught my attention. "Can you explain physical education?"
"In this class, we teach children how to exercise." she explained, "In fact, a PE class should begin now."
An adult human arrived on the field, followed by human children chattering and making all sorts of kid noises. They sounded just like venlil juveniles. At the command of the teacher, the students aligned themselves into a tidy grid pattern. A rhythmic melody started to play, filling the atrium with an energetic ambiance. The teacher at the front began to move in sync with the music, demonstrating a series of actions that the children mirrored.
"What are they doing?" I asked, intrigued.
"They're warming up to prepare for the activity ahead."
They performed various movements, the fluidity and synchronization of which appeared almost like a dance to my venlil eyes.
Once the 'warm up' concluded, several large, blocky objects rolled into the atrium. With a series of arm gestures from the teacher, these objects positioned themselves around the area. Some expanded to form rudimentary structures complete with roofs, transforming the atrium into some sort of tiny city.
The children gathered in a circle. Following a brief, excited chatter, they each presented a hand, some with palms facing upward, others showing the backs of their hands. According to some unspoken rule, those showing the backs of their hands stepped back, causing the circle to contract. This ritual continued and I figured out that the group with the most members excused themselves until one kid remained.
"Ah, it seems they're playing 'Hide and Seek' today," Andin commented, watching the unfolding scene with a warm smile.
"Hide and Seek? What's that?"
"One child plays as the 'cat' while the others will play as the 'mice'," she explained, her expression turning somewhat hesitant. "Ah... perhaps this wasn't the most appropriate activity for you to observe."
My translator didn't quite capture the nuances of 'cat' and 'mice', but I gathered they referred to Earth animals. The child designated as the 'cat' stood in the center of the atrium, standing near a pole with their eyes covered, while the 'mice' scattered, seeking shelter behind the fabricated structures and blocks.
The 'cat' began a loud countdown. Upon reaching zero, they removed palms hands from their eyes and commenced their search. A realization struck me as the 'cat' started prowling around.
"This... is," I murmured, taken aback by the implication of the game. "You're simulating a hunt."
From time to time, the humans can't help but remind me that despite their friendliness and civility, they had a history as predators.
"Well... yeah, when you put it like that…" she paused. "But, the children didn't see it as a hunting simulation. I mean… I doubt that none of them will become a hunter when they reach adulthood. Most of us nowadays don't hunt."
"I understand." I looked down and the cat had found a mouse, chaos ensued as the two of them rushed to the pole. The mouse touched the pole first and laughed. "You humans do need an outlet for your aggression to maintain a civil society."
"What? No…" Said Andin. "We have Physical Education to encourage a habit of fitness."
"So, you don't feel the urge to get violent, sometimes?"
"Most of us don't. Those with that kind of urge receive treatments so they don't harm themselves or other people."
I looked down at the human children below. Despite their concerning activity, they looked like they enjoyed it.
"But if this display makes you uncomfortable, we can see other classes."
I looked at the pad, where another class intrigued me.
"You have an art class? In elementary school?"
"Yeah, it encourages creativity… you don't have art classes?"
"No, those with the aptitude will go to art colleges after they graduate from school."
"Oh…" She gave me a look that I think signifies pity? "Are there other things you don't see in Venlil school?"
"The English class seems interesting. I noticed that most of your people can speak in English when needed."
"Heh, that one is contentious." She chuckled. "English is waning now, and people proposed that we teach our kids Chinese, Hindi, or Swahili for the foreign language class. I take it… you don't have a foreign language class?"
"We do, but… like art school, you learn it at the university level, usually as part of a Foreign Relation Studies. Because foreign languages are spoken by other species."
"Interesting." Again, she gave me that concerned look. "So, do you want to see the art class or the language class?"
"Art class. I think."
"Sure, let's go," Andin said, guiding me down the stairs toward the art classroom.
Upon entering the room, chaos greeted us. An eclectic array of children's artwork adorned the walls, showcasing vibrant landscapes, portraits, abstract shapes, and depictions of what I assumed were various earth creatures.
"Ah, Principal Andin," the art teacher greeted us with an inviting smile as we entered. "And we have Principal Vichak as well!"
"Meet Harta, our art teacher," Andin introduced me.
The moment we entered the room, a sea of young faces turned towards us. It felt like a forest of eyes scrutinizing us.
"Children, say hello to our visitor today, Principal Vichak."
"Good morning, Principal Vichak!" They speak in harmony. The children then refocused on their tasks, their hands returning to their brushes and colored pencils.
Some students here worked alone, while others collaborated in small groups. In one corner, I spotted a screen displaying 3D artwork, sculptures made from what looked like recycled materials, clay, and even intricate artwork made of folded paper.
"Today we have a free-form class," Harta explained. "With your visit, I asked them to make something about our two species."
Several children gathered around a large screen at one end of the room, using it to sketch out their designs before replicating them on canvas. They drew scenes of humans and venlils with a level of technical skill and creativity that amazed me, considering the young age of these kids. In one section, busy children molded a piece of clay, their tiny hands trying to create something that looked like a venlil.
"But how do you evaluate their work?" I asked, confused. "And for that matter, how do you grade students in the Physical Education class?"
"In this school system, we don't include art and physical education to determine if a student has what it takes to continue to the next grade," Andin clarified.
"We do give individual feedback to each child," Harta chimed in. "We aim to ensure their personal growth and development, not just their academic achievement."
"Indeed," Andin asserted, her voice reflecting a sense of profound conviction. "The role of the school has evolved over time. These days, we don't work just as a hub for academic instruction, but as a second home where children learn essential life skills. We work hand-in-hand with parents to nurture these young minds, helping them develop into thoughtful and responsible individuals."
This notion brought back memories of my own school back on our homeworld. People would often refer to our school as a "nursery" due to our additional class on socializing and communication. I remember Renata, the human psychologist stationed in our homeland, said that my school had the basis of a well-rounded education. Here I learned just how more "rounded" we need to be.
Throughout the day, we ventured into different classrooms, each offering a snapshot of the subjects covered in human elementary education. The STEM classes felt lackluster by my standards. However, I soon appreciated their teaching approach which encouraged students to arrive at their conclusions.
On the other hand, the social studies and citizenship curriculum appeared more intricate, which made sense, given the complex social structures of the human race, a species as varied and divided as the primitive yotuls.
Midday brought a meal break, during which I had the chance to mingle with some of the other faculty members. I learned that a significant portion of the adults currently abstained from food and drink, on account of what they called the "fasting month". Andin observed the fast as well, but she kept me company in the cafeteria despite her abstinence from eating.
"Are you sure it's alright for me to eat while you're fasting?" I asked, somewhat.
"Of course," she assured me, her face warmed by a gracious smile. "Self-restraint is a fundamental aspect of being human."
Self-restraint, a quality I found woven into the fabric of human nature. Despite the invasion hurling their world into chaos, humans displayed remarkable restraint, refraining from lashing out in anger.
Post-meal, our educational exploration resumed. The sheer number of classes devoted to non-academic skills struck me. For instance, they had a class dedicated to environmental education, where they instructed young learners on how to care for their planet. Another class, called Health and Wellness, focused on areas such as hygiene, nutrition, safety, emotional well-being, and mental health. My visit coincided with a session of "meditation", a peculiar human practice to calm themselves. When I observed the children sitting in tranquil silence with eyes closed and serene music enveloping the room, I realized that they do have a method of quelling aggression, by nurturing a peaceful disposition.
The complexities of human pedagogical methods began to dawn upon me. The length of their educational journey lasted longer than ours because of this multifaceted curriculum. They didn't focus just on the injection of academic knowledge, but they also introduced human development in theirs. Even their academic lessons went beyond feeding students with facts and figures. Instead, they encouraged a more gradual learning pace that fostered independent thinking.
Such an extensive approach to education daunted me. Could we even implement such a model in our venlil school? Considerable obstacles lay on our path, given the expectations of parents and our society at large, who were accustomed to a quicker, more streamlined education.
In any case, my day reached its conclusion, and my time to depart came. When I bid her farewell, Principal Andin provided me with a binder filled with artwork created by the students, along with personal messages for me and the students back at my own school.
I had time to reflect and consider as I walked toward the downtown station. I recalled how Andin and Harta viewed the institution not as a place of learning, but as a secondary caregiver, working hand-in-hand with parents to nurture the holistic development of their young ones.
On my way to the station, my mother called. She informed me she would be coming downtown so we could share a last meal of the day together.
"How did the farm tour go, mama?" I queried, eager to hear about her day.
"It was enlightening," she replied, leaving me curious about her experience. "And what about your day?"
"Oh, mama," I began, a sense of excitement rising in my voice, "I had an extraordinary day."
Afterwords: Humans with their 22nd century education.
Somehow this is the longest chapter I have ever written. Also note on my update schedule. I'm posting update on every date divisible by 3. That means some updates can appear 96 hours later when the last post is on 30th and the month ends in 31st,
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2023.06.06 13:36 LincolnPilot Decisions along the way: My 3.5 year journey from a student pilot to legacy

Hello everyone!
I thought I'd share a write up of my aviation journey based around the decisions I made throughout my career progression. I think as aviators we tend to share common struggles and questions ranging from how to choose a flight school to which legacy airline to work for.
I do not present this as an exemplary footstep for anyone to follow (please don't do that - looking back, I shudder at some of my decision making), but just as a fun read and compare what you would have done / had done vs how it unfolded for me.

October of 2019: I decided to be a pilot. 30 years old with 0 experience.
Problem: I didn't have money. Options: Work and fly as I go or take out $80,000 loan at 8.99% interest rate. Decision: The loan. Reason: I thought getting into the airlines faster by taking the loan and focusing on flying would pay off more in the end. Hindsight: I probably should have done some intro flights first before signing up for 80k loan. lol
Problem: Which flight school? Option: Local flying club 61 or fancy 141 flight school. Decision: 141 '0 to hero.' Reason: I wanted to get everything done as fast as possible. I drank the kool aid often and in large quantities. Hindsight: I think I would have been just fine at the flying club. For some parts of my training, I paid $575/hr for DA-42. I shouldn't have done that. But at the same time, the 141 school did finish everything in a very timely manner. It was expensive, but it delivered.
November of 2019: things weren't going well.
Problem: Airsickness. I kept throwing up. Heavy doubts about career in flying. Options: Quit now and salvage what I can on that 80k loan or keep flying. Decision: Kept flying. Reason: I asked here on Reddit and you guys told me that it should go away. "Don't quit!" Hindsight: I am VERY glad that I didn't quit. Airsickness was a bitch - but it did indeed go away after about 25 hours.
March of 2020: Finished training. Took me about 5 months to go from 0 to CFII. 3 failed checkrides.
Problem: COVID 19. Industry came to a halt. Not many flying jobs to be had. Option: Live with my father and work another job or move to middle of nowhere Midwest to fly. Decision: Moved to Midwest to flight instruct. Reason: It would have saved a lot of money by living with my father, but I wanted to keep flying. Hindsight: This was a good decision. CFI jobs were very scarce and I decided to go where the opportunity was. I was able to build my hours while a lot of my classmates weren't so fortunate.
February of 2021: Adventure
Problem: I got fired from my flight school. Option: Look for another flight instructing job vs YOLO Alaska Decision: Drove to Alaska with 0 plans and started knocking on doors asking for a job. Reason: I was fired from my flight school over severe disagreement regarding forcing flights on students in bad weather. I didn't want to work at another flight school after that and it was impossible to find an instructor job in the middle of COVID. So I drove to Alaska in hopes of finding a job. Hindsight: What an adventure! I was just about ready to hop on a crabbing/fishing ship because I couldn't find a flying job but it worked out somehow! I became a bush pilot in a small village in Western Alaska. This was the best time of my life. I flew A LOT.
October of 2021: Regionals
Problem: Multiple offers from regionals - which one to go? Option: Envoy, Skywest, Republic, Endeavor (Piedmont rejected me - bastards!) Decision: Endeavor Reason: Earliest class date. Hindsight: Endeavor was a great regional. Training was excellent and I loved the people there. I did hate flying out of LGA/JFK though. Back then Endeavor pay was still $53/hr and I couldn't afford to live in NYC. So I lived in a camper van in Long Island area.
May of 2022: ACMI?
Problem: Job offer from Amerijet and ATI and Atlas Option: Stay at Endeavor or go fly 767 cargo Decision: Amerijet Reason: I thought 767 type rating and international wide body flying will be a better addition to my resume than flying in/out of LGA 3x a day in a CRJ. I chose Amerijet based on their very fast upgrade time and promise of a new contract soon. (lol) Hindsight: This was a very difficult decision. My mentors were absolutely torn on how to advise me on this one. Some thought staying with Endeavor and keeping the Delta flow was the safest path. Others thought that 767 is an upward movement and I shouldn't miss out on a widebody opportunity. I think I would have been fine either way, but Amerijet worked out wonderfully. I truly enjoyed my time flying long-haul cargo over the Pacific. I was able to spend a lot of time with my parents in Korea. At the legacy airline interviews, the interviewers all really liked that I had that experience on my resume.
May of 2023: Legacy - 2350 TT, 512 SIC. 3.5 years from my first flight.
Problem: Which airline to choose as my final career destination? Option: Delta, Hawaiian, Alaska, American, and Southwest. (United never called.... :( cry Decision: Hawaiian
Reason: This was perhaps the toughest decision that I had to make in my aviation journey. I lost a lot of sleep over it. Ultimately it came down to choosing between Delta and Hawaiian.
Delta was everything that I expected. Money, glory, hats, sense of elitism and pride of being part of what is now widely considered the best airline in the world. With little doubt, I was looking at years of fine successful career and accomplished life with Delta.
With that said, I was also looking at being at the bottom of 16,000 pilot group with over 50% of the seniority list being new hires since 2014 and life in one of the mainland Gotham cities. But despite all that, Delta has the best benefits and compensation package in the industry and it is hard to turn away the top legacy carrier - or so I thought.
Hawaiian ambushed me in so many pleasant ways. My interview at Hawaiian was my first time going to Hawaii and I was just blown away. It was wonderful. I felt sincere excitement of possibility of living there that I never felt about any of Delta bases. As a 34 year old single guy moving to live in base, I have no doubt that the quality of life is going to be much more desirable at Hawaiian than Delta.
Looking at seniority progression and % of widebody fleet at each company - I am intrigued by the possibility of being a widebody captain at Hawaiian many years faster than at Delta (excluding the 76 fleet on narrowbody pay at Delta). And I would have such easy access to Korea to see my parents since Hawaiian goes to Asia frequently.
The decision making process here was different from my previous decision points. Up until here, I always jumped on first opportunities that gave me better career outlook and progression. But as I was looking into my final career jump - I prioritized quality of life over everything. Money and glory was with Delta, but the life I wanted was with Hawaiian. And I want to be happy!
Hindsight: I don't know - I'll update later I guess. :)

Well Reddit - my chase is over. But my journey begins! I can only hope that I can keep up with my health to keep flying at my final destination for the next 30 years with a smile.
I cannot thank you all enough for the help and guidance you have given me over the years. Special thanks to the guys that messaged me and called me to give insightful advice whenever I posted here. You guys REALLY helped me to make those decisions.
The U.S. has a very unique and supportive aviation community that is unlike anywhere else in the world. Thank you again. I hope I can continue to grow as a pilot and as an individual to be in a position to give good advice to future pilots to keep the culture going.
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2023.06.06 12:49 tushgoyal Best MNS Coaching in Lucknow

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2023.06.06 12:46 MTremaine Seeking Advice on Continuing my Career as a Hospital Pharmacist in the UK

Dear members of the pharmacy subreddit,
I am writing to seek advice and guidance regarding my desire to pursue a career as a hospital pharmacist in Scotland, UK. As a German postgraduate student with six years of experience working as a hospital pharmacist in Germany, I have recently embarked on a Master's course in 'Clinical Pharmacy' at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, which is set to conclude on September 1, 2023.
During my time in Glasgow, I have developed a strong affinity for the city and its healthcare system, leading me to explore the possibility of continuing my professional journey here. To that end, I am reaching out to this knowledgeable community for any advice or clarification on the likelihood of successfully registering with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and finding work as a hospital pharmacist in Scotland.
Given your collective expertise and familiarity with the UK pharmacy landscape, I would greatly appreciate any insights, suggestions, or personal experiences you can share regarding the process of transitioning into the Scottish healthcare system as an international pharmacist. Your guidance will not only aid me in making informed decisions but also help shape the next phase of my professional career.
Thank you in advance for your time and assistance.
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2023.06.06 12:46 MTremaine Seeking Advice on Continuing my Career as a Hospital Pharmacist in the UK

Dear members of the pharmacy subreddit,
I am writing to seek advice and guidance regarding my desire to pursue a career as a hospital pharmacist in Scotland, UK. As a German postgraduate student with six years of experience working as a hospital pharmacist in Germany, I have recently embarked on a Master's course in 'Clinical Pharmacy' at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, which is set to conclude on September 1, 2023.
During my time in Glasgow, I have developed a strong affinity for the city and its healthcare system, leading me to explore the possibility of continuing my professional journey here. To that end, I am reaching out to this knowledgeable community for any advice or clarification on the likelihood of successfully registering with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and finding work as a hospital pharmacist in Scotland.
Given your collective expertise and familiarity with the UK pharmacy landscape, I would greatly appreciate any insights, suggestions, or personal experiences you can share regarding the process of transitioning into the Scottish healthcare system as an international pharmacist. Your guidance will not only aid me in making informed decisions but also help shape the next phase of my professional career.
Thank you in advance for your time and assistance.
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2023.06.06 12:46 MTremaine Seeking Advice on Continuing my Career as a Hospital Pharmacist in the UK

Dear members of the pharmacy subreddit,
I am writing to seek advice and guidance regarding my desire to pursue a career as a hospital pharmacist in Scotland, UK. As a German postgraduate student with six years of experience working as a hospital pharmacist in Germany, I have recently embarked on a Master's course in 'Clinical Pharmacy' at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, which is set to conclude on September 1, 2023.
During my time in Glasgow, I have developed a strong affinity for the city and its healthcare system, leading me to explore the possibility of continuing my professional journey here. To that end, I am reaching out to this knowledgeable community for any advice or clarification on the likelihood of successfully registering with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and finding work as a hospital pharmacist in Scotland.
Given your collective expertise and familiarity with the UK pharmacy landscape, I would greatly appreciate any insights, suggestions, or personal experiences you can share regarding the process of transitioning into the Scottish healthcare system as an international pharmacist. Your guidance will not only aid me in making informed decisions but also help shape the next phase of my professional career.
Thank you in advance for your time and assistance.
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2023.06.06 12:04 slshyderabad2022 Choosing the Path to Legal Excellence: Top Law Colleges in Hyderabad

Choosing the Path to Legal Excellence: Top Law Colleges in Hyderabad
When pursuing a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree, choosing the right law college is crucial for a successful legal career. Hyderabad, a city known for its thriving education sector, is home to several esteemed law colleges. Among them, Symbiosis Law School in Hyderabad stands out as a top choice for aspiring law students. With its exceptional reputation, focus on quality education, and outstanding placement opportunities, Symbiosis Law School has established itself as one of the best law colleges in Hyderabad for LLB studies.
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Symbiosis Law School in Hyderabad has earned its place as a leading institution in legal education. Known for its academic excellence and rigorous curriculum, the college provides students with a strong foundation in law and legal principles. In addition, the faculty members, comprising experienced professionals and scholars, ensure that students receive comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge in their respective fields of study. The college's commitment to delivering quality education has garnered recognition and respect from students, industry experts, and the legal fraternity.
Best Placement Law College in India:
One of the critical factors that set Symbiosis Law School apart is its remarkable placement record. The institution has consistently excelled in providing excellent placement opportunities for its graduates, making it one of the best placement law colleges in India. Symbiosis Law School maintains strong ties with leading law firms, corporate organisations, and legal institutions, which facilitates the seamless integration of its students into the professional legal world. The college's robust network and collaborations ensure that students have access to internships, clerkships, and job placements that align with their career aspirations.
The Advantage of Studying LLB in Hyderabad:
Hyderabad, the city of pearls and a bustling hub of education and commerce offers several advantages for students pursuing LLB. With a rich legal heritage and a thriving legal ecosystem, Hyderabad provides a conducive environment for legal studies. The city is home to various courts, legal firms, and corporate offices, creating ample opportunities for internships, practical exposure, and networking. Students studying LLB in Hyderabad have the advantage of being immersed in a vibrant legal community, enabling them to gain useful insights and build valuable connections.
State-of-the-Art Infrastructure and Campus Facilities:
Symbiosis Law School in Hyderabad boasts state-of-the-art infrastructure and modern campus facilities that enhance the learning experience. The college provides a well-stocked library, cutting-edge research centres, and technologically advanced classrooms, ensuring that students have access to resources that support their academic pursuits. The campus also offers a conducive environment for holistic development, with facilities for sports, extracurricular activities, and student organisations.
Admission Process and Scholarships:
Symbiosis Law School follows a rigorous yet transparent admission process for its LLB programmes. Prospective students must fulfil the eligibility criteria and complete the application process within the specified timeline. The college also offers scholarships and financial aid options for deserving students, making quality legal education accessible to a diverse range of candidates.
Symbiosis Law School in Hyderabad is undoubtedly one of the top law colleges in Hyderabad for LLB studies. With its strong reputation, focus on academic excellence, outstanding placement opportunities, and state-of-the-art infrastructure, the college provides a comprehensive and enriching educational experience. By choosing Symbiosis Law School, aspiring lawyers can lay a strong foundation for their legal careers and unlock a world of opportunities in the dynamic field of law.

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2023.06.06 10:49 Aptechdwarka AIR HOSTESS IN DWARKA




The aviation industry has witnessed tremendous growth over the years, presenting exciting career prospects for individuals who aspire to work in the skies. One such captivating profession is that of an air hostess, also known as a flight attendant or cabin crew member. Air hostesses play a crucial role in ensuring the safety, comfort, and overall experience of passengers during their journey. To excel in this dynamic field, individuals can opt for an air hostess course, which equips them with the necessary skills and knowledge required to embark on a rewarding career above the clouds.

The Role of Air Hostess

Before delving into the specifics of an air hostess course, it is essential to comprehend the multifaceted role of an air hostess. Air hostesses are responsible for maintaining the safety and security of passengers, providing exceptional customer service, and creating a comfortable and pleasant environment on board. They are trained to handle emergency situations, administer first aid, and ensure passengers adhere to safety protocols. Additionally, they assist passengers with their needs, including seating arrangements, food and beverage service, and addressing queries or concerns during the flight.

Overview of Air Hostess

An air hostess course is designed to prepare individuals for the various challenges and responsibilities associated with the role. These courses are offered by aviation training institutes and cover a wide range of subjects, including aviation regulations, emergency procedures, passenger handling, in-flight services, grooming and presentation skills, and language proficiency. The duration of an air hostess course can vary, typically ranging from a few months to a year, depending on the institution and the depth of training provided.
The curriculum of an air hostess course is carefully crafted to ensure aspiring air hostesses develop the necessary competencies and knowledge required for their job. Students undergo practical training in simulated aircraft cabins, which helps them gain hands-on experience in dealing with real-life scenarios they may encounter during their career. Additionally, they receive training in communication skills, conflict resolution, and cultural sensitivity to cater to the diverse needs of passengers from different backgrounds.

Skills and Qualities Developed in Air Hostess

Pursuing an air hostess course not only imparts technical knowledge but also hones a range of skills and qualities essential for success in the profession. These courses focus on developing excellent communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal, to effectively interact with passengers and provide exceptional customer service. Moreover, air hostesses learn to remain calm under pressure, demonstrate empathy towards passengers, and adapt to rapidly changing situations.
The course emphasizes the importance of teamwork and collaboration, as cabin crew members often work together to ensure the smooth functioning of flights. They learn to coordinate with fellow crew members, pilots, and ground staff to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey for passengers.
Grooming and presentation skills are also an integral part of an air hostess course, as air hostesses represent the airline's brand image. They are trained in personal grooming, uniform maintenance, and appropriate professional behavior. Air hostesses are expected to exude confidence, elegance, and a professional demeanor.

Career Opportunities and Growth Prospects

Completion of an air hostess course opens up a world of exciting career opportunities. Air hostesses can work with various airlines, both domestic and international, catering to a diverse range of passengers. They can explore roles such as senior cabin crew, in-flight supervisor, purser, or move up the ladder to managerial positions within the airline industry.

Unveiling the Exciting World of Air Hostess Courses

In the realm of aviation, the role of an air hostess holds immense significance. Air hostesses, also known as flight attendants, are the friendly faces that ensure the safety, comfort, and well-being of passengers during their journey. To embark on this thrilling and glamorous career, aspiring individuals can enroll in air hostess courses that provide comprehensive training in various aspects of the profession. This article aims to explore the world of air hostess courses, shedding light on their curriculum, benefits, and the opportunities they present.

Significance of Air Hostess

Air hostess courses play a pivotal role in preparing individuals for the demands and challenges of this esteemed profession. These courses are designed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills required to excel in their roles. The curriculum encompasses various aspects such as aviation regulations, emergency procedures, customer service, cultural sensitivity, and conflict resolution. By enrolling in an air hostess course, individuals gain a competitive edge in the job market and increase their chances of securing coveted positions with leading airlines.

Curriculum of Air Hostess Courses

Air hostess courses typically offer a well-rounded curriculum that covers both theoretical and practical components. The theoretical portion includes subjects such as aviation regulations, airline operations, aircraft familiarization, first aid and emergency procedures, passenger psychology, and intercultural communication. Students also learn about in-flight service, including food and beverage handling, cabin preparation, and dealing with challenging situations. Furthermore, grooming and personal presentation are emphasized to maintain a professional appearance. The practical training component involves mock drills and simulations to simulate real-life scenarios. Students are taught how to handle emergency situations, such as medical emergencies, turbulence, or evacuations. They also receive hands-on experience in customer service, learning the art of attending to passengers' needs, ensuring their comfort, and resolving conflicts with tact and diplomacy.


Completing an air hostess course offers numerous benefits to aspiring individuals. Firstly, it imparts industry-specific knowledge, instills confidence, and prepares candidates for the challenges they may encounter during their careers. The courses also provide networking opportunities, enabling students to connect with industry professionals and potential employers. Upon successful completion of the course, graduates can explore a wide range of career opportunities in both domestic and international airlines. They can apply for positions as flight attendants, cabin crew members, or air hostesses with reputable airlines. Airlines often value candidates with formal training, and many prefer individuals who have completed an air hostess course. Air hostesses enjoy a dynamic work environment that allows them to travel to different destinations, experience diverse cultures, and meet people from all walks of life. Moreover, this profession offers excellent salary packages, numerous employee benefits, and the opportunity for career advancement.


Air hostess courses provide aspiring individuals with a gateway to an exciting and fulfilling career in the aviation industry. These courses equip students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and confidence to excel in their roles an air hostess course is a gateway to a rewarding and dynamic career in the aviation industry. Air hostesses play a pivotal role in ensuring passenger safety, comfort, and satisfaction during flights. The comprehensive training provided in air hostess courses equips individuals with the necessary skills, knowledge, and professionalism required to excel in this field.
Throughout the article, we have explored the role and importance of air hostesses as ambassadors of hospitality and safety. We have also delved into the curriculum of an air hostess course, highlighting the theoretical and practical components that prepare students for the challenges they may encounter in their careers. Moreover, we have discussed the essential qualities and skills required to thrive as an air hostess, such as communication, empathy, and physical fitness.
The career opportunities for air hostesses are vast, with options to work for domestic and international airlines. The profession allows for personal growth and advancement, with the possibility of progressing to senior positions or transitioning to ground-based roles within the aviation industry. The experiences gained as an air hostess provide a solid foundation for a future in various aspects of the industry, such as customer service, airport management, or cabin crew recruitment.

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