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SPECIAL EVENT WORKSHOP – Exploring Your Passion – Putting It To Work by quotes

SPECIAL EVENT WORKSHOP

MON, MAR 26, 8 AM – 2:30 PM

Exploring Your Passion – Putting It To Work

Have you ever awakened in the morning feeling stuck in your job search or in your current position and frustrated that you had no other career options that inspired or motivated you to take action?

The purpose of this one-day workshop is to assist people who may be stuck in their job search or in their current jobs. Often individuals limit themselves to what they “have always done” because it was the career that defined them for many years. They tend to lose sight of the many skills and strengths that they have developed through their life experience.

For those of you who have suspected that you were falling short of your passion or “calling,” this workshop may be of help to you! The program is designed to highlight tools to assist individuals determine where they might be stuck and to begin to identify their strengths, talents and preferences.

Facilitator:  Maria Wojtczak has 20+ years of organization development (OD) experience and worked with a wide range of organizations. She brings extensive experience in the field of adult learning concepts, and in the design and facilitation of adult learning experiences. In her OD practice, Maria coached senior leadership and consulted with senior executives, high-level education personnel, as well as middle management. Maria’s focus, in her consulting practice and in her business, is organizational effectiveness and the development of individuals. Maria is a graduate of the University of Michigan and a member of SJN’s Board.

Pre-registration date extended to March 19:  Seating is limited to 25 participants. Register by sending email confirming your attendance to Chris Payne, cpayne46@cox.net.  Send $20 check (for materials) payable to Scottsdale Job Network at the following address:

Scottsdale Job Network
P.O. Box 25674
Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Workshop location:
Catholic Community of the Blessed Sacrament Church
11300 N. 64th Street
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254

Lunch:  Bring a sack lunch. 

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City of Phoenix Hosts Young Entrepreneur Workshop by quotes

 City of Phoenix Hosts Young Entrepreneur Workshop

Students, young business owners and active professionals are invited to attend the Young Entrepreneur Showcase, 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Burton Barr Central Library, 1221 N. Central Ave., Pulliam Auditorium.

Nationally recognized motivational speaker Allison Bell, founder and president of Embrace Today Concepts Inc., will deliver the keynote address focusing on helping young entrepreneurs improve their inner spirit, self-esteem and community service.

The workshop will provide practical advice on how to build a successful company, free resources available from the city of Phoenix and networking opportunities.

The event is free, but participants must RSVP via email for tickets. For more information, call 602-534-6877.



Asian Pacific American Business Expo Scheduled for Nov. 4 by quotes

 Asian Pacific American Business Expo Scheduled for Nov. 4

Entrepreneurs, business owners and large corporations interested in establishing or expanding work with the Valley’s Asian Pacific American community are invited to the 11th annual Asian Pacific American Business Expo, noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Phoenix Convention Center’s new West Building, Third and Adams streets.

Mayor Phil Gordon will open this year’s event which features more than 100 small business information booths, entertainment, refreshments and door prizes. The event’s major sponsors include the city of Phoenix, Honeywell, SCF Arizona and the Asian Chamber of Commerce.

The expo encourages and enables business and banking partners to connect with the growing Asian community, as well as allows businesses and industries to tap into the Asian Pacific market. The expo also offers cultural discoveries and exchanges of Asian food, language, music, dance and costume.

Admission is free. For more information, call 602-495-5509.



GPEC Announces Leadership of Economic Development Directors Team by quotes

 GPEC Announces Leadership of Economic Development Directors Team

August 15, 2006 (Phoenix, Arizona) – Bruce MacTurk, economic development program manager for the City of Phoenix, has been elected chairman of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) Economic Development Directors Team (EDDT). Additionally, Sheri Wakefield-Saenz, economic development manager for the City of Tempe, joins the leadership team to serve as the EDDT vice-chair.

“With the diverse background Bruce and Sheri have in economic development, I am confident this team will provide valuable guidance and support for GPEC’s initiatives,” said Barry Broome, GPEC president and CEO. “GPEC’s Board of Directors appreciate their commitment not only to their respective cities, but to the entire region.”

Members of EDDT are made up of economic development professionals from GPEC’s member communities, higher educational institutions, utility companies and other economic development partners and act as an advisory committee to the President and CEO. Monthly meetings are held to discuss regional issues and GPEC’s strategic efforts, and to assist GPEC’s business development team in attracting new business to Greater Phoenix.

MacTurk has served on EDDT since 2001 and has worked in economic development for more than 18 years. He is an active member of the Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED) and CoreNet Global, an association for corporate real estate professionals.

Wakefield-Saenz has worked in economic development for over 16 years and has been an EDDT member for over 11 years. She is an active participant of AAED and is a Certified Economic Developer.

MacTurk and Wakefield-Saenz’s terms officially began July 1 and end June 30, 2007.

For more information about GPEC, visit www.gpec.org.

A true public/private partnership, GPEC works closely with its statewide partners, as well as 16 member communities, Maricopa County and more than 130 private investors, coordinating public and private efforts in promoting Greater Phoenix to companies seeking a location where they can compete and thrive in today’s global economy.



Fair Housing Workshop by quotes

 Fair Housing Workshop

Learn more about fair housing practices and laws at a free two-hour workshop from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, Aug. 17, at Burton Barr Central Library, 1221 N. Central Ave.

The workshops, sponsored by the city of Phoenix Equal Opportunity Department, will explain how fair housing practices apply to apartments, houses, condominiums and mobile home parks.

It is illegal for housing providers to discriminate against tenants, rental applicants or customers on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or familiar status. Housing providers include landlords, leasing agents, realtors, property managers and others.

Examples of housing discrimination include refusing to show an apartment, condominium or house to an interested minority applicant; having an “all adult” complex, except for senior housing; and building or designing an apartment complex that is not handicap accessible.

Registration is suggested. Call 602-262-7486/voice or 602-534-1557/TTY to register.



Phoenix Arizona – Certification Workshops for Minority, Women and Small Business Owners by quotes

Phoenix Arizona –Certification Workshops for Minority, Women and Small Business Owners

Minority, woman and small business owners in Maricopa County are invited to attend free workshops and learn more about the city of Phoenix business certification programs and how they can provide opportunities for small business economic growth.

The city’s Equal Opportunity Department is offering a yearlong series of monthly educational workshops to help business owners complete the application process for certification with the city as a minority-, woman-owned or small business enterprise. The workshops offer in-depth information about the requirements, process and benefits of becoming certified.

The next workshop will be from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 8, at Longview Community Center, 4040 N. 14th St.

Seating is limited for these presentations. Call the Phoenix Equal Opportunity Department at 602-262-6790/voice or 602/534-1557/TTY to reserve a space.



ALCOHOL RECOVERY SOLUTIONS CENTER IN PHOENIX by quotes
July 26, 2006, 9:36 pm
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ALCOHOL
RECOVERY
SOLUTIONS
CENTER IN
PHOENIX.

Open to the Public. August 15, 2006 from 6:30 PM to 9 PM. Call Performance Media 602-274-1889 to register. Seminar by Marie Dalloway, President of Performance Media and Gigi Veasey, founder of

Alcohol
Recovery
Solutions
Center. $39. for the general public. $25. for clients of the

Alcohol
Recovery
Solutions
Center. For people on the path to recovery, pressures often convert to triggers for substance abuse. This workshop focuses on the relationship between stress and substance abuse. For addicts, reaching their stress or negative emotional threshold marks the time when they turn to their substance of choice.In this workshop, participants are encouraged to seek solutions by modeling the Stress Hardy, who excel in their stress-handling ability. Building a successful recovery program is linked with new behaviors that are based on the methods from the stress hardy. By gaining awareness and by practicing new behaviors, individuals in recovery can learn to respond to stress with healthy and positive methods. In this seminar, you learn easy, practical methods to reduce stress, increase emotional awareness, and increase your sense of well-being.