NASWA

AcronymDefinition
NASWANational Association of State Workforce Agencies (formerly ICESA, Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies)
NASWANorth American Short-Wave Association
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Naswa Organic Farm produce from organic seeds acquired from Germany and more organic fruits and vegetables are being added every month.
NASWA, a nonprofit organization of administrators of state unemployment and job-training services, signed a five-year alliance agreement with Direct-Employers to create JobCentral National Labor Exchange.
I celebrate my father for raising me in love, and for teaching me the ways of God.LYNDAH NASWA WASIKE, 27I am the fifth born girl in a family of seven children, born in Kakamega County.
Offered in partnership with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), the NLX is a job-search engine feeding job openings into 50 publicly-funded state job banks.
After numerous visits to the Kenya National Theatre in search of acting gigs, she landed acting roles in local productions Naswa, Mother-in-law and Mchungaji.
Head to the centrally located, pastel-hued Naswa Resort, where efficiency motel units and rental cottages pair with an on-site restaurant and gift shops to keep the action humming.
We had agreed that I bring two dancers and he would bring two from his crew,' said Ms Florence Chepng'etich alias Naswa.
Makris, owner of The NASWA Resort in Laconia (founded by her parents), has been a pioneer in New Hampshire Tourism for the past 80 years.
Among them were the Naswa Resort in Weirs Beach, which was awaiting visas for 44 cooks, waiters and maids, and Morin's Landscaping in Hollis, which was awaiting visas for 40 laborers.