What’s life like after college? What are some techniques or non-traditional paths that one can take to land a job in this economy, a job that can continue to serve our communities? South Bay First Thursdays will engage upcoming and recent college graduates to share ways to stay involved in their communities and still be employed!
April 2, 2009 7pm to 9pm
United Way Building, 1922 The Alameda, San Jose, CA 95126
Registration begins at 6:30pm.
Diana Austria, Program Coordinator, Vision New America
Roderick Batulan Bersamina, Staff Assistant, Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo
Alicia Gregory, Director of Recruitment, Public Allies Silicon Valley
Genevieve v. Jopanda, Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce
Tamon Norimoto, Resource Development Director, Asian Americans for Community Involvement
De Anza College’s Asian Pacific American Leadership Institute
Foothill College’s Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month Committee
Santa Clara University’s Office for Multicultural Learning
San Jose State University’s Asian Pacific Islander Caucus
San Jose State University’s MOSAIC Cross-Cultural Center
Vision New America
Donations support refreshments, room rental, misc costs, and fee waivers. Recommended donation for program and food: $5 – $10. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Free parking is available behind the United Way Building, off of McKendrie Street. Please enter the building from the parking lot in the back.