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Scholarship for Accounting Students!

Attention accounting students!

The Peninsula/Silicon Valley Chapter of CalCPA is offering the following opportunities for local accounting students (including YOU) in the area:

Hurry! Deadline is next week:

CalCPA Speed Mentoring & Networking Event – Mon, Oct 22

Explore the diverse career options within the accounting field (such as non-profit, tax, audit, governmental, forensics, etc.) by interacting with professionals from different accounting fields in a causal setting. You will get to ask questions and explore different paths to find yours during the speed mentoring event on Monday, October 22nd from 3:00 – 5:00pm at Skyline College, building 6, room 6202.

Click HERE for more info & to RSVP

*Please RSVP if you are considering attending

$20,000 Accounting Scholarships – Deadline to apply – Fri, Oct 26th

The Peninsula Silicon Valley Chapter of CalCPA is proud to award $20,000 in scholarships to local students (including YOU!) with an interest in pursuing professional careers in accounting in our local area. Awards range from $500 – $2,000. Awards are presented at the annual Student & Awards Night on November 15th (See separate event to RSVP for awards night).

Deadline to apply: Friday, October 26th   

Click HERE to apply

CalCPA Student & Awards Night – Thurs, Nov 15

CalCPA invites you to a night of celebration with a reception, dinner and a free prize drawing as we celebrate scholarships recipient students. We invite students to mix and mingle with top CPAs from local public practice firms and businesses, as well as gain insight into the profession from our special guest speaker. Considering a career in accounting? Come network and find out exactly where a CPA license can take you.

FREE for all students. Dinner is included with registration.

RSVP online HERE

What: PSV 16th Annual Student & Awards Night

When: Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Time: 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Location: Poplar Creek Grill

1700 Coyote Point Dr.

San Mateo, CA 94401

Contact: Stephanie Stewart stephanie.stewart@calcpa.org

Internship and Community Engagement Fair TOMORROW from 2:30-5:00

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Seussical Musical This Weekend

A reminder to all that performances of Seussical begin this weekend and these productions are not only really great, but FREE to students!  If you need an extra reason to attend, know that the cast features Dr. Chris Lim, whom many know from his management courses both on the Belmont campus and at Mission college.  Can’t wait to see it myself (bringing my kids this weekend!)

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NonProfit Career Summit and Job Fair

Calling All Nonprofit Professionals for Thrive Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair
Thursday, November 1, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Not like any other Job Fair, this year’s event will connect nonprofit professionals within five different areas of expertise: Fundraising & Development, Marketing & Communication, Operations & Administrative Work, Case & Social Work, Leadership & Management. If you are looking to connect with the best and the brightest local talent in your field and learn more about nonprofits who are actively hiring, you should be in the room!
Register today and attend Thrive’s second annual Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair to meet your next employer and make new powerful connections!
Enter the code THRIVE at checkout to get a $10 ticket.

New Library Hours for Fall

Library Hours

Job Opportunity: The Village

 Dr. Patrick Arbore is on the Board of The Village and says that it is “a great place to work for anyone with a communications background and who wants to work within human services.”  Thank you, Dr. Arbore!

 Title:               Communications and Fund Development Coordinator – Full time

Report to:      Executive Director

San Francisco Village (www.sfvillage.org) is a non-profit, membership organization that connects older San Franciscans to the community, programming and expertise they need to continue living lives of purpose and meaning.  Currently we have 350 members in 24 neighborhoods and 150 non-member volunteers. San Francisco Village is one of 300 villages nationwide.

The Communications and Fund Development Coordinator is an outward-facing position that focuses on the growth of San Francisco Village (SFV) in a variety of ways:

  • Raising the visibility of SFV in the San Francisco community
  • Increasing the number of members and volunteers
  • Cultivating donors and potential donors
  • Enriching members’ experience through communication vehicles such as website, newsletter, blog, etc.
  • Contributing to the development of the SFV brand and increasing brand recognition

Specific duties include:

  • Coordinating efforts to recruit new members and volunteers
  • Managing digital media efforts on Facebook, Twitter and other potential outlets like Instagram and Youtube
  • Managing grant proposal process from submission to final reporting
  • Supporting the annual fundraising event Transforming Lives and Community Luncheon
  • Coordinating Annual Appeal Campaign and other letter campaigns
  • Managing production of the Annual Report
  • Staffing events as needed

Skills and Characteristics

  • Passionate about and skilled in building community
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Proficiency in social media and digital communications
  • Curiosity and enthusiasm for working with older adults
  • Ability to solve problems creatively
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail

We are results-oriented and value the joy in our work. Having fun matters!

Please submit cover letter and resume to Kate@sfvillage.org.

Welcome to Fall Term I – Classrooms

Fall classesMondays, Belmont:

ENG 2624 Children’s Literature, Larragoiti, SM 204

Tuesdays, Belmont:

BUS 2000 Mgmt Principles and Org Beh., Lim CU 6

REL 2250 Religions of the World, Lipowitz, CU 9

BUS 2224 08 Corporate Finance, Hua, CU 1

Tuesdays, Tracy:

BUS 2300 T8 Marketing Principles, Garth-James, Transit Center

HSP 2209 Intro to Human Services, Madden, Transit Center

Wednesdays, Belmont:

CUL 2108 08 French Cinema, LaRoche-Davis, SM 208

PHL 2400 08 Philosophy of Science, Rende CU 7

PSY 2133 08 Social Psychology, Nyland, SM 204

Wednesdays, Mission:

HSP 2218 Social Research Methods, Arbore, MT 20

Thursdays, Belmont

HSP 2209 Intro to Human Services, Barsi CU 7

Thursdays, Canada

HSP 2239 Human Relations in Organizations, Bedford-Carter, Building 5, Room 227

Saturdays, Belmont

BUS 2010 Ethics and Social Resp., Rende CU 7

REL 2605 08 Women’s Spirituality, Ashley, CU 1

Saturday September 8, Workplace Coaching, Santamaria, CU 6