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  • United Way may refer to: *United Way of America, a coalition of charitable organizations in the United States *United Way of Canada, a coalition of autonomous campaigns in Canada *United Way New Zealand, a coalition of charitable organizations in New Zealand *United Way Worldwide, a nonprofit
  • A non-profit agency that raises money for other non-profit organizations who are members. All materials MUST have the words A United Way Agency printed clearly on them.
  • Charity involved in various community projects in the US (US)
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American Ways: A Guide for Foreigners in the United States
American Ways: A Guide for Foreigners in the United States
Traveling to America soon? If the thought of extended exposure among Americans seems daunting, let American Ways: A Guide for Foreigners in the United States help you prepare. In this revised edition, Gary Althen has added material to provide the clearest insights yet into the American psyche and culture, including the rewritten chapter Ways of Reasoning, which provides one of the best-organized and clearest presentations of American thought processes to date, and a new chapter on race and ethnic relations that compares how foreign visitors and Americans alike perceive American subcultures. Within most chapters Althen has included a new section, Suggestions for Foreign Visitors, adding another practical dimension to the book. American Ways covers all the basic needs of the foreign student or businessperson, covering the trends and customs of day-to-day activities like driving, shopping and verbal and nonverbal communication as well as the more esoteric customs regarding cultural values, politics, education, religion and male-female relationships. As a comprehensive introduction to American culture, American Ways will prepare you for living, studying and working in America. It's that little tiny stuff that can affect how people get along....[T]here are lots and lots of different [cues] on an underlying, unspoken level.-Gary Althen Althen gives advice to foreign visitors to the U.S. that is intended to help them understand the motivations, attitudes, communication styles, and actions of Americans. Emphasizing the interpretation of observed behavior, he covers ways of reasoning and American ideas about politics, family life, education, religion, the media, social relationships, racial and ethnic diversity, male-female relationships, sports and recreation, driving, shopping, personal hygiene, and organizational and public behavior. Over-generalization is an understandable danger in such a work as this, but Althen does make an effort to emphasize that there are variations among Americans, while he concentrates on the similarities.-Book News ContentsPreface to the Second EditionAcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart I: General Ideas About American Culture1 American Values and Assumptions 2 The Communicative Style of Americans3 Ways of Reasoning4 Differences in CustomsPart II: Specific Aspects of American Life5 Politics6 Family Life7 Education8 Religion9 The Media10 Social Relationships11 Racial and Ethnic Diversity12 Male-Female Relationships13 Sports and Recreation14 Driving15 Shopping16 Personal Hygiene17 Getting Things Done18 Behavior in Public Places19 Studying20 BusinessPart III: Coping With Cultural Differences21 Some Helpful Ideas22 Activities for Learning About American CultureConclusionBibliographyAbout the Author

United Way 2-1-1 Resource Center
United Way 2-1-1 Resource Center
United Way 2-1-1 organized a Multi Agency Resource Center on May 14 for people affected in our region by the April 22 tornadoes. Nearly 800 people attended. Information and help from places such as FEMA, Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, St. Louis County Department of Health and more were on hand. United Way 2-1-1 organized a Multi Agency Resource Center on May 14 for people affected in our region by the April 22 tornadoes. Nearly 800 people attended. Information and help from places such as FEMA, Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, St. Louis County Department of Health and more were on hand.
United Way staff volunteer
United Way staff volunteer
During National Volunteer Week, United Way of Greater St. Louis staff volunteered their morning at partner agency, St. Louis Area Foodbank
united way ceo salary
The American Way of War: A History of United States Military Strategy and Policy
"... a strong and stimulating book. It has no rival in either scope or quality. For libraries, history buffs, and armchair warriors, it is a must. For political science students, career diplomats, and officers in the armed services, its reading should be required." —History
"A particularly timely account." —Kansas City Times
"It reads easily but is not a popularized history... nor does the book become a history of battles.... Weigley's analyses and interpretations are searching, competent, and useful." —Perspective