Kenneth M. Wyrick 

 NAICS Codes

325510 - Paint and Coating Manufacturing

518210 - Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services

519120 - Libraries and Archives

519130 - Internet Publishing and Broadcasting and Web Search Portals

541512 - Computer Systems Design Services

541513 - Computer Facilities Management Services

541618 - Other Management Consulting Services

561410 - Document Preparation Services

561990 - All Other Support Services

712110 - Museums

813920 - Professional Organizations

Job Descriptions

Term Art Conservation/Preservation
Code TA-2800.0300
Definition Programs that provide consultation and technical assistance for the display, handling, and storage of museum, library, and archive materials such as books, periodicals, documents, cultural artifacts, monuments, textiles, paintings, photographs, sculptures, and other art pieces in a variety of media; and that restore pieces damaged by water, smoke, fire, smog, or other elements using a variety of techniques such as freeze-drying, fumigation, deodorization, and cleaning. Programs that offer preservation advice and restoration services to people with private collections are also included.
Term Desktop Publishing Personnel
Code YO-1500.1900

Individuals who format and combine text, numerical data, photographs, charts, and other visual graphic elements to create publishable material. Desktop publishers may write and edit text, create graphics to accompany text, convert photographs and drawings into digital images and then manipulate those images, design page layouts, create proposals, develop presentations and advertising campaigns, typeset and do color separation, and translate electronic information onto film or other traditional forms, depending on the nature of the project. Desktop publishers create materials such as books, business cards, calendars, magazines, newsletters, and newspapers, as well as packaging, slides, and tickets.

Term Chemistry Research
Code TR-6500.6500-150

Programs that conduct research which focuses on the composition and behavior of matter including its micro and macro-structure, the processes of chemical change and the theoretical description and laboratory simulation of these phenomena. Scientists working in this area include analytical chemists who determine the structure, composition, and nature of substances by examining and identifying the various elements or compounds that make up a substance and have a major role in the pharmaceutical industry; organic chemists who study the chemistry of carbon compounds that make up all living things; inorganic chemists who study compounds consisting mainly of elements other than carbon such as those in electronic components; physical and theoretical chemists who study the physical characteristics of atoms and molecules and the theoretical properties of matter, and investigate how chemical reactions work; macromolecular chemists who study the behavior of atoms and molecules; medicinal chemists who study the structural properties of compounds intended for applications to human medicine; and materials chemists who study and develop new materials to improve existing products or make new ones. 

Term Computer and Related Technology Classes
Code PL-7400.1500
Definition Programs that provide instruction for individuals of all ages who want to learn about or perfect their skills in operating, programming and/or utilizing computers and computer-related hardware for specific home and business applications including word processing, spreadsheet development, presentation development, database management, electronic publishing, image processing, and Internet access. Included are introductory classes for people unfamiliar with computers and the Internet that help participants develop basic computer literacy skills and courses that focus on the knowledge and skills needed to use particular software applications or accomplish other computer-related tasks. Also included are programs that provide instruction in the use of related technology such as PDA's and smartphones; and those that help participants understand and take full advantage of Internet tools broadly known as "social media" that enable people to create and share on the Internet content which may include text, images, video, audio and multimedia communications or other emerging applications that can be accessed via the computer. Classes may focus on publishing tools such as blogs, video logs (vlogs), photo sharing, podcasting (audio stories broadcast from the Web or downloaded to a computer or portable media players) or wikis (collaboratively edited Web pages); or introduce participants to social media in general.

Term Computer and Information Sciences Research
Code TR-6500.1500
Programs that conduct research that focuses on data storage and processing systems including hardware, software, basic design principles, user requirements analysis, and related economic and policy issues.

Term Computer Donation Programs
Code TI-1800.6500-150
Definition Programs that accept used computers and associated hardware, refurbish them if necessary, and keep them for use in their own program or donate them to other nonprofit organizations.
Digital Literacy Programs
Code PH-6200.1835
Definition Programs that help develop the cognitive and technical skills needed to best find, evaluate, create, and communicate information using information and communication technologies. To be digitally literate is to be able to creatively and inventively manipulate technological tools to solve problems and express one's self, and is evaluated by an individual's grammar, composition, typing skills, and ability to produce digital text, images, audio, and designs.

Term Business Practice Firms
Code ND-2000.3500-100

Simulated companies that resemble real businesses in form, organization, and function, mirroring a real firm's business procedures, products and services for the purpose of training. With the assistance of a facilitator, trainees engage in all of the activities that are necessary to run a business (finance, purchasing, marketing, and human relations) but rather than exchanging real goods and money, they trade with other practice firms in a closed economy. Trainees develop hands-on business skills and enhance their knowledge and experience of business practices as part of the process. The business practice firm model is extremely flexible not only in the curriculum but also in the student population that it serves. It has been implemented to meet the needs of high school, college, and workforce development trainees; and some programs focus on recent immigrants, people with disabilities, or other special populations. The global practice firm network involves 42 countries and thousands of practice firms.

Organizational Capacity Building

Organization Chart Development

Organizational Change Management

Organizational Consultation/Technical Assistance

Organizational Planning and Development Support

Organizational Training Services

Business Plan Development

Work Plan Development

Information Technology Management Support

Strategic Planning

Software Selection/Development

Professional Skills Development Support

Affiliate Relationships Development

Geographic Information System Development/Management

Training of Trainers Dissemination Programs

Website Content Management

Website Portal Development

Intranet Planning/Implementation

Operating System Selection/Support Services

Operating System Selection/Support Services

Office Automation Assistance

Membership Management Software Selection

Project Management

Facility Management Assistance

Collaboration Development

Community Engagement Program Development

Unix/Linux Installation/Support Services

Conference/Convention Planning Support

Volunteer Program Development/Implementation Support

Arts/Art History Research

Instructional Materials Centers

Education Research