The Institutes is seeking an editor to join its team in Malvern, Pennsylvania, just 30 miles west of Philadelphia. Established in 1909, the Institutes is a nonprofit, educational organization that provides professional knowledge and development for those in the insurance industry.
The Deseret News is seeking a copy editor to join its news division in Salt Lake City, Utah. First published in 1850, the Deseret News is the oldest continuously published daily newspaper in Utah and is the state’s second largest in daily circulation. Owned by the Deseret Management Corporation, a holding company of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), the Deseret News describes its editorial voice as faith and family-oriented.
The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is seeking an associate editor to join its team in Arlington, VA. Established as the Retired Officers Association in 1929, today the MOAA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership association that supports and advocates for the interests of all active and retired military officers and their families.
There is never a bad time to contemplate kindness. But today —when millions in the U.S. are remembering the shocking loss that occurred fourteen years ago on 9/11 and since — today seems like a particularly good day for it.
Karen Yin is a full-time freelancer who has been writing and editing professionally since 1992. She founded AP vs. Chicago and Conscious Style Guide and writes the style column for Copyediting newsletter.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is seeking a communications editor to join its team in Washington, DC. Established in New York in 1947 as the Corporation Aircraft Owners Association, the NBAA was moved, expanded, and renamed in the 1950s to reflect its national scope and commitment to the diverse business aviation community. Today, the NBAA represents more than 10,000 companies that “rely on general aviation aircraft to help make their businesses more efficient, productive and successful.”
Sharpen your back-to-school pencils and your sense of appreciation for educators everywhere — it’s wordoku time. Wordoku is Sudoku for wordies. It preserves the logic and order of the puzzles but replaces all of those pesky numbers with the letters of a particular word.
To correctly solve the EDUCATORS wordoku, make sure that every row, column, and 3x3 box contains the following letters exactly once [difficulty: easy as A-B-C; well, almost]: