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Related to sabbatical: sabbatical leave, sabbatical year

sabbatical

1. denoting a period of leave granted to university staff, teachers, etc., esp approximately every seventh year
2. denoting a post that renders the holder eligible for such leave
3. any sabbatical period

Sabbatical

of, relating to, or appropriate to the Sabbath as a day of rest and religious observance
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According to the programme, 10 team members will be chosen to go on a four-week paid sabbatical and $5,000 to follow their passion.
Nwagbara, a Professor of English, was in Ghana on a one-year sabbatical in December 2018 and a purported video of him addressing an informal meeting of Nigerians living in Ghana where he was quoted to have insulted Ghanaians, went viral.
made the global announcement about the Italian Sabbatical program January this year.
The program offers a grant covering a short sabbatical period to two writers per open call, who will receive a stipend to allow each to take time out from their daily preoccupations and complete their project.
Emma Quartly, marketing director at NOW TV, said: "Our research found one in seven Brits spend their holiday catching up on telly and 40 percent say TV helps them escape and relax, so in the depths of winter, we wanted to take duvet days to another level with the first ever TV streaming sabbatical."
I have long known and taught it is not about the messenger, it is about the message and I am grateful for a time of extended sabbatical, during which Harvest will be in capable hands.
the purpose of this prior information notice (pin) is to engage with the market with a view to shaping the procurement of a contractor to deliver the teacher sabbatical pilot.
So, here are some effective platforms that can help you when coming back from a long sabbatical:
Ask yourself serious questions: what is the purpose of your sabbatical? How much money will you need (not want!) to live a minimalistic life during that time?
The sabbatical would also be offered during employees' 15th, 20th, 25th, 30th, 35th and 40th years with the firm.
How ironic is it that a career-development manager working in Google's much-envied Career Guru program hit a career plateau and needed to take a sabbatical? Jenny Blake used the sabbatical in 2011 to launch her first book, and it went so well she launched a consulting firm instead of returning to Google.
DESCRIPTION: SAT, an affiliate program of the Graduate Theological Union, offers a holistic Sabbatical experience to laity, priests, deacons, and men/women religious, seeking attentive rest, theological renewal, and spiritual transformation.