Review: These are the hottest topics of the 28th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone

Review: These are the hottest topics of the 28th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone


Also in the week of July 11th. Until July 18, 2021, many articles worth reading have been published, which we have put together for you. The selection is made automatically by the system based on the number of hits and is therefore not influenced by the editorial team. You won't miss a hot topic:


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EL man looks to score on and off court

Robert Nizar Jr. stands on the basketball court of the East Liverpool High School, where he will be starting this fall as an instructor for the new entrepreneurship program and he coaches girls basketball. He also is running for an at-large city council seat. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)

East Liverpool — The year 2021 is looking to be a memorable year for Robert Nizar Jr.

Not only was the East Liverpool High School 2001 graduate named to the board of his alma mater’s alumni association, Nizar has been hired to head up the district’s new entrepreneur program and has thrown his hat in to the ring for city council.

Nizar’s first day of college was 911 at Kent State University, where he was studying human development and family studies. “I was hoping to be a director of a YMCA or recreation center,” he explained, He currently is still working on his degree with KSU and will probably need to add his teaching certificate now to accommodate his new job.

“Life just sort of happened,” Nizar said, where he worked as an enrollment coordinator at a Midland, Pa. cyber school after working as a peer support specialist as a rehabilitation center.

The thought of heading up the entrepreneurship program for East Liverpool schools excites him.

“This is the first year they are offering this through their career tech program for sophomores, juniors and seniors. They hope to eventually add freshman and possibly their junior high school students,” Nizar continued. “The goal is to encourage thinkers to use their skills and try to get them to navigate those ideas out to the public.”

He is hoping to utilize the community and their stories of how they started their businesses, also allowing for networking opportunities for the students.

Nizar had already been coaching freshmen boys basketball and recently transitioned to a varsity assistant girls’ basketball coach. He also is involved with the North Elementary Watchdogs parent group.

“I’m trying to do what I can do to make our city a better place,” Nizar, who is one of three candidates currently running for three city at-large council seats, explained. “I thought I might be able to help and make a difference. I want to help and speak for our citizens. I am looking to see the youth ore involved, so they can learn about their city and take pride in it. I hope that we can come together and do more youth programming, allowing them to take more ownership.”

Last year, Nizar and friends Troy Chisom and Jake Robinson formed a non-profit focused on offering mentorship for at-risk year. COVID didn’t slow them down some, but they have had their first meeting and introduced some tools for them to utilize.

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