Public call for the program to encourage the education of staff in the hospitality and tourism industry in 2019 has been published

first_imgThe total amount of the scholarship can amount to a maximum of HRK 1.200,00 per pupil / student per month, while the Ministry of Tourism approves 50% of the total amount of the scholarship, and the partner the other 50%. Applicants can be legal entities registered to perform catering services in facilities from the group of hotels and groups of camps or tourist agencies as well as county chambers of crafts. Read the full text of the public call HERE The public call is open until November 25, 2019 years. The goal of the program is to raise the quality of staff in the hospitality and tourism, ultimately the overall quality of Croatian tourism by encouraging young people to education for occupations in the hospitality and tourism and better connection of educational institutions and companies in tourism. Photo: Pixabay.com Programom se želi motivirati mlade za ugostiteljsko-turistička  zanimanja kroz  podizanje standarda obrazovanja, i to kroz: stipendiranjem tijekom obrazovanja za ugostiteljsko-turistička zanimanja, podizanjem kvalitete stručne prakse te zapošljavanjem nakon završenog obrazovanja. The Ministry of Tourism has published a Public Invitation for participation in the Program for Encouraging the Education of Personnel in Hospitality and Tourism in 2019 (scholarships) The program is intended for pupils and students who are being educated for occupations in tourism and catering.last_img read more

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Field hockey Lakers win twice, stay close in loss to B’ville

first_imgFive games into the 2019 regular season, the Cazenovia field hockey team is quite aware of  its strengths and weaknesses, thanks to the high-quality opposition it has encountered.Traveling to Cato-Meridian last Monday afternoon, the Lakers got a chance to showcase its offense for the first time in a large-scale manner as it scored four times in each half and romped past the Blue Devils 8-1.Lily Sorbello led the way, notching the first three-goal hat trick of her career to go with an assist. Carley Lounsbury scored twice, with Molly Brown and Ava Hartley each getting one goal and one assist. Kiara Dolan also had a goal and Ella Huftalen added an assist. Then a five-game homestand got underway on Wednesday, Cazenovia taking on Port Byron/Union Springs. The Lakers scored in the first half and, despite the Panthers getting on the board in the second half, pulled away 3-1 for its third consecutive victory.Sorbello and Lounsbury each had goals, as did Peyton Basic, the offense spread around as Brown earned an assist. Cazenovia’s defense was still quite stingy, limiting Port Byron/Union Springs to just two shots.A far tougher test loomed on Friday, when Baldwinsville showed up at Burton Street Elementary, the Bees having just seen Emma Brushingham notch three goals and one assist in a 4-1 win at Rome Free Academy two days earlier. Tags: Cazenoviafield hockey Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Cazenovia held up well, but B’ville prevailed 2-1, getting both of its goals in the first half, one from Leah Tuch, the other from Emma Dugan as Brushingham got credit for an assist.Hartley’s unassisted goal in the second half cut the Bees’ margin to one, but the Lakers could not quite catch up, B’ville goalie Sara Smiley finishing with four saves.For the most part, Cazenovia practices and rests this week, but its single game would be a big one as OHSL rival Weedsport visits Burton Street on Tuesday afternoon.last_img read more

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Abdul Adams, Jarveon Howard reportedly opt out of season

first_imgThe opt-outs will delegate carries to sophomore Jawhar Jordan. The redshirt freshman appeared in four games last year, totaling 105 yards on the ground. He was listed as the starter on Monday’s depth chart and is the No. 13 all-purpose back in the Class of 2018, according to 247Sports.com. A previous version of this story stated that linebacker Tyrell Richards reportedly opted out of the 2020 season. He did not opt out — instead, he was left off the week 1 depth chart due to an Aug. 8 arrest for impaired driving and has been disciplined according to team and athletic protocols.   Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments The Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.UPDATED: Sept. 9, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.Running backs Abdul Adams and Jarveon Howard have opted out of the 2020 season, according to The Athletic. They were listed on Syracuse’s depth chart, released Monday. Adams and Howard were listed as the top two running backs on March’s depth chart before the cancellation of spring practice. “They all have the option to do that at any time during the season, and that is why it is their option and not ours,” head coach Dino Babers said Sept. 7 regarding opt-outs.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAdams, a transfer from Oklahoma, tallied 336 yards in his first year with SU. Howard notched one yard more and averaged 4.4 yards per carry to Adams’ 3.9. center_img Published on September 8, 2020 at 5:59 pm Contact Adam: [email protected] | @_adamhillman Subscribe to the D.O. Sports NewsletterWant the latest in Syracuse sports delivered to your inbox? Subscribe to the D.O. Sports newsletter to read our best sports articles, sent to you every Friday morning.* indicates requiredEmail Address *last_img read more

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AFCON2019: Pote shots leave Ghana hot in Benin draw

first_imgGhana Black Stars became the only AFCON 2019 favourite to walk down the tunnel with a point after the first round of matches.A draw fit for the script. This is the fourth drawn game in last six matches between the two sides. Ghana and Benin not only share the points but also the victories with each team winning one apiece. So when Benin ambassador to Ghana said the two teams are equally strong, she was a biased patriotic. She was a correct pundit.Pay no attention to a FIFA ranking that places Ghana at 50 and Benin at 83. Or to the fact that it’s been nine years since Benin got here at AFCON.The Squirrels didn’t look rusty after this long absence and it took a little more than 60 seconds to announce their presence. Ghana’s defensive line was as high as the centre circle when a Beninois player’s arrowed pass split the defence, leaving Pote a chance to marginally outsprint two defenders, John Boye and Lumor Agbenyenu. A Pote shot suddenly left Ghana hot. Forget rusty. This was feisty. Inside the poorly spectated stadium in Ismailia, a motely Beninese crowd shouted goal in Egypt. Remotely, just outside my window, Ghanaian fans screamed the word too.Minutes later a Beninese player tore off Thomas Partey in trying to wrestle him off the ball. The torn shirt perhaps symbolised how the defence was torn quickly and in a sense how Ghanaian support for the Stars has been torn apart gradually.But before the country would get sucked into what former President John Mahama described as the “vortex of cynicism”, captain Dede Ayew silenced the made-in-Ghana opposition.Adams from deep found Jordan Ayew locking on to his long searching pass to the right. The Crystal Palace striker cut in to find Atsu inside the box but it ricocheted off a defender’s leg and fell quite clumsily to Dede Ayew. Slanting his body backwards some degrees away from 90, he gave his left leg enough room to cut a low shot into the near post.Kwesi Appiah fielded a 4-2-3-1 team that was happy to run down the wingers to latch on to Stoke City-style passes from deep.In Thomas Agyepong and Christian Atsu, the Black Stars had speedsters for the squirrels to play catch-me-if-you-can. It was a plan that did not go unmatched by the Squirrels, a name associated with speed anyway.The Benin team funnelled their goal-scoring ideas down the right with full back Moise Adilehou usually having acres of space to sling in crosses. But Ghana’s success came through the middle actually. The second goal, a repeated reliable template of the first. This time Partey sitting deep, let off a long pass that for a moment reduced all the other 19 players into watching a duel for the ball between Jordan and Veron with the Benin defender favourite to snuff out the pass as Jordan man-marked.But Veron let himself down by poor ball control as it squirmed past under his boot to give Jordan with a bonus question of how to beat the keeper. He swivelled on the ball to find it on his stronger foot and bludgeoned it into the top corner of the near post.Ghana ended the half on a high with that strike, reasonably content that the Black Stars wouldn’t have to stew over the early goal as they head into the break.Second halfThe Ghanaians looked good enough to hold this lead in the second half. They did. That red card for John Boye will single out the player for unforgiving Ghanaian criticisms. He had picked a yellow for sticking out his leg hastily. This time, he got another for not sticking out his leg more quickly. Boye felt it necessary to play time-wasting antics quite associated with north African teams. He waited on the ball only to dummy everybody and invite the keeper to spray a pass.The Tunisian referee was unenthused by this 53rd minute antics. John was off. And the Benin players must have smelled blood in the team muzzled by one man down.Not that the Black Stars were overawed. Ghanaian teams are quite drilled much more in the art of defending than attacking – notoriously called the one-goal project.And with this Beninois team, their attack carried no fame or instilled no fears. If there had to be an equaliser, it would have to be something special or quick as pulling a rabbit from a hat. They chose quick. A hastily taken corner in the 63rd minute did not allow the Black Stars to arrange their defending corner tactic. Unsettled by a quick pass to Pote inside the penalty box, the players dashed towards the threat. Pote was quick to turn the ball inside the net via a slight deflection as the squirrels stole an equaliser much like how the medium-sized rodent steals a chestnut.Forwards David Djigla’s 82-minute shot and Steve Mounie’s 90-minute header would feel for the Beninois a lost opportunity to win their first-ever game at an AFCON after four appearances.But they would have to wait to try again on Guinea-Bissau who lost their opening game to defending champions Cameroon. Ghana, well, their Ismailia base is about 120 kilometres from the capital, Cairo, where the finals will be played. Quite a distance to travel and a draw even makes that 120 km journey a long road away.last_img read more

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