Monthly Archives: December 2013

Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections Internship Program

For students interested in studying the inner workings of different corrections systems throughout the state, the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections offers an internship program that offers first-hand experience and an inside look into what it takes to become a meaningful agent within the facility. The internship, although unpaid, offers students the chance to work inside classrooms with juvenile offenders and guides students through education development with the assistance of mentors and supervisors provided within the ADJC system. Not only … Read More

How to Survive the Holidays After or During a Divorce

Tis the season for family togetherness and nostalgia for the past holidays of yesteryear. While friends, family, the people on TV, and strangers seem to embody the spirit of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and other celebrations–you might be feeling a little, well, grouchy. Surviving the holidays after a divorce is not easy, it may even be painful if you have severed ties, or are still in the process of separation. Make sure to surround yourself with people who care about you, … Read More