Bruce Levenson’s Do Good Institute Sees Impressive Returns

In 2010, The University of Maryland established the Do Good Institute with around $75 million in funding from Bruce and Karen Levenson, and a further $20 million from the State of Maryland. The initial steps taken by the Do Good Institute saw a single program offered for students across the campus that would become one of the most popular on campus, in the Philanthropy 101 program students were given $10,000 to provide for good causes in a bid to make them consider how their donations were used at all times.

The Forbes billionaire Bruce Levenson has been a major philanthropist over the course of his business career and hopes the development of the Do Good Institute will allow students across campus the chance to take their first steps in the nonprofit and volunteering industries. Not only is the aim of Bruce Levenson to educate the next generation of not for profit leaders, but also to promote volunteering and philanthropy across The University of Maryland campus; Levenson believes a higher level of education should be sought by not for profit leaders who often have a passion for their chosen good cause, but lack the business skills to push forward their ideas and fight against the concerns of private sector groups who are often fighting for space in a crowded industry.

As a leading member of the Jewish community in the U.S., Bruce Levenson has become a major supporter of a number of groups who are supporting the needs of the Jewish community, including Birthright Israel and the Jewish Federation. Bruce Levenson is a leading technology expert who developed the United Communications Group and a number of offshoots, including the TechTarget and Gas Buddy brands that have continued to provide new aspects of the latest real time information technology developed through his impressive UCG brand.

Source; https://www.nsf.gov/staff/staff_bio.jsp?lan=blevenso

Is It Worth It Becoming A Wine Guide?

Traveling Vineyard gives ordinary folks the chance to promote and market their wine via direct sales, allowing promoters to receive 35 percent of all their sales. It can be quite financially rewarding if you make a good amount of sales consistently throughout the week.

Wine guides are definitely some very high paid promoters because they make the world of this company go round. This is why they are called the Traveling Vineyard because they have their amazing wine guides travel and go everywhere to spread the word about the company. Bonuses, other opportunities, marketing tools, and everything is included so you succeed and make money.

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Is it worth it to become a wine guide? It’s really just up to you to decide how you think or feel about it. It is honestly a great opportunity to make a side income from what you currently do. You can do this once a week and make an extra $400-$700 a month talking about your favorite wine from the brand. Money can go up and down depending on how many events you do a week, so if you have several in a single week, you cold be making $400 in just a few days.

Becoming a wine guide means you have no actual boss to deal with. You don’t have to deal with actually coming in to an office daily. You have plenty of freedom to do whatever you want and just enjoy yourself. Wine guides can make money even on days they’re not working.

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Renown Health

A new family practice clinic will be opened by Renown Health in South Reno in the spring. Primary care services including a laboratory will be available. The group’s medical director is Dr. McCormack who has said they want the clinic to be inviting, relaxing and comfortable. The space will eventually add to the services available including a conference room for the staff and patients to talk..

Ar. McCormack also indicated they are waiting to see what happens with the repeal and replacement of Obamacare before proceeding further. The clinic will start with a staff of eleven but will be adding some additional staff. The clinic covers 10,000 square feet in the Summit mall.

The general contracting was done by Shaheen Beauchamp Builders and the design and architecture was performed by MBA Architects and lead by Eric Fong. Forbes Engineering handled the structural engineering and MSA Engineering handled the electrical, plumbing and mechanical. All of these companies have their base in Reno. More than a dozen contractors were required for the completion of the facility.

There are now twelve clinics for primary care owned by the healthcare provider. They are located all over the Reno-Sparks area including Fernley, Fallon and Carson City. An additional clinic has also been opened for primary care in the Caughlin Ranch area. Renown now has 12 primary care clinics throughout Reno-Sparks, Carson City, Fallon and Fernley. The healthcare provider also recently opened a primary care clinic in the Caughlin Ranch area.

Renown Health is the only not-for-profit, locally governed healthcare network located in Reno. This is incredibly important because it means all their earnings stay in Reno. These earnings are then reinvested into equipment, people and programs so the community is better served. There are no shareholders or owners living elsewhere to keep satisfied. Their purpose is serving the needs of the community and their patients. Since their money stays put the local citizens have a role in the way it is spent. There are over 150 members of the community who serve on the board for Renown or in an advisory capacity. Visit this site to learn more about Renown Health.