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Bio - J.R. Cifani
James R. Cifani - President , Making It Count.
...James R. CifaniPresident - Making It CountMr. Cifani had previously served as our Director/Manager for the Making It Count Programs since December 1998
.From 1989 through 1998 Mr. Cifani worked as a national health care consultant and Physician Practice Administrator for a variety of organizations including Primary CareNet in San_Antonio , Texas , University Hospitals in Cleveland , Ohio , Kennedy Group Enterprises in Strongsville , Ohio , North Coast Health Care Management in Cleveland , Ohio and Timken Mercy Medical Center in Canton , Ohio
.As a consultant , he was a business advisor to more than 200 health care companies across the country , and has conducted over 30 seminars nationally on business management principles that effect physician operations
.One of the first professional speakers for the first Making It Count program ( Making College Count ) , Mr. Cifani
has conducted over 50 presentations on behalf of the company.To date Mr. Cifani
has assisted in the growth of Making It Count programs from 35 , 000 students at its inception in 1998 to over 500 , 000 students as of June 2000.Mr. Cifani holds a BS from Mount_Union College ( 1989 )
"Graduation from high school is a ...
"Graduation from high school is a key transition period in a student,,,,,,,s life," said Making It Count Vice President, J.R. Cifani.
"Absolutely," says J.R. ...
"Absolutely," says J.R. Cifani, vice president of Monster-Making It Count."Over the course of a lifetime, on average, a person with a bachelor's degree will make half a million dollars more than someone who stops at an associateâ€"and will make a million dollars more than someone who stops at a high school diploma."
Not only will a degree likely boost your lifelong earning potential, it also tells potential employers that you're willing to put forth the effort to keep learning.
"You had the willingness to set a difficult goal, the commitment to stick with it and the brainpower to get the job done," Cifani
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"Entry into high school and college are key transition periods in a student's academic career," said J.R. Cifani, vice president of Monster's Making It Count Programs.
Next Step Magazine - Your life after high school
Is going back to college even worth it?,Absolutely,, says J.R. Cifani, vice president of Monster-Making It Count. ,Over the course ...
...Is transferring for a bachelor,s even worth it?,Absolutely,, says J.R. Cifani, vice president of Monster,Making It Count.