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programmer

[prō′grəmər]
a person skilled in writing or coding computer programs.
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The UNH Women's Leadership Development Program is designed to provide an executive development experience for mid- and senior-level women leaders in the corporate and nonprofit sectors who are at pivotal moments in their careers.
To create a reliable program manager development program, an organization must first have a clear and thorough understanding of the position or positions involved.
Sprint Nextel's 10-year-old Finance Management Development Program (FMDP) entails a three-year rotation of job assignments, classroom training, on-the-job training and continuous performance feedback from managers and mentors.
Those seeking more information on Pennsylvania's Recycling Market Development programs can visit www.
AREW takes its commitment to community responsibility seriously," said Paula Wexler Tarlow, co-chair of the event, head of the AREW Charitable Fund's Community Development Program and president of Habitations Ltd.
Prior to entering the supplier development program two years ago, Paperworks already had been supplying some paper to Ameritech.
We found that the senior medical officer or the medical director was the individual most often responsible for the creation of a career development program; we also found that physicians themselves frequently proved instrumental in the creation of a viable career development program.
Exhibit 3 on page 124 presents a fairly comprehensive example of recommended activities for a parallel practice development program.
Libraries that have invested in establishing such training and development programs are in a position to "grow their own" experts in the technology.
The chosen mentor provides guidance to the participant in assessing abilities and career goals and in planning the development program.
The development of an ATA District Player Development Program, to be set up in each district of the United States, that will offer quality coaching, sports science education and tournament selection assistance.

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