The deadline to preregister for the University of Georgia Southwest showCAES recruiting event is this Friday, Sept. 11. Interested students and parents can preregister at students.caes.uga.edu.The event, set for Tuesday, Sept. 15, at the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center, is open to students who wish to attend UGA or those interested in learning more about the UGA Tifton Campus.Southwest showCAES is designed to introduce high school and college students to the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the UGA Tifton Campus. Potential UGA students will meet with faculty and current students from the nine different departments within the college and will learn about all of the academic programs that are offered by CAES. Representatives from financial aid and university admissions will also be available to answer questions.After dinner there will be two breakout sessions: one for high school students who plan to apply to UGA in Athens, Georgia, and one for current college students considering a transfer to a UGA campus.“The exposure we receive from these events is very crucial. There are people in the Tifton community that do not realize they can get an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia here in Tifton,” UGA Tifton Admissions Counselor Breanna Coursey said. “It is really exciting to think about the number of people we have the potential to impact.”The event will start at 5:30 p.m. and is free to attend. However, preregistration is requested to adequately prepare for the dinner. For more information, contact Coursey at (229) 386-3077 or at [email protected] Sept. 15 event in Tifton is the first of two showCAES events that will be offered in south Georgia. On Thursday, Sept. 17, at 5:30 p.m., a similar event, Southeast showCAES, will be held in Statesboro, Georgia, at the Bulloch County Center for Agriculture.
This Noosa holding is just one of the homes Nicole Marshall selected as prime property.NICOLE Marshall has the Midas touch.In her role as union product manager for RSL Art Union, Ms Marshall is tasked with finding prize-home properties that turn everyday Aussies into instant multi-millionaires.“I have the best job in the world,” Ms Marshall said.“My job is to scout, choose, buy, build or develop millions of dollars of dream homes every year,” she said.Over the past eight years, Ms Marshall’s skills have helped see over $171 million in prime real estate won by 85 Australians.Ms Marshal said highly-desirable locations, iconic views and an indoor/outdoor lifestyle are the secrets to buying prize-worthy property.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour ago“I look for areas that have seen growth or have enormous potential and where there is demand from our ticket buyers,” she said.The RSL’s latest giveaway is designed to triple the benefits of property ownership by providing dream homes across three states. The Potts Point apartment Ms Marshall chose for the next RSL Art Union prize“All three locations have seen double digit growth over the past five years, with Potts Point realising a massive 74 per cent growth,” Ms Marshall said.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair A unit in this Melbourne complex is part of the triple-prize on offer from the RSL Art UnionThe $3.4 million prize includes a three-bedroom apartment in Noosa, a two-bedroom apartment in Potts Point and a one bedder in Port Melbourne.
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