WIN Group holds networking events
On Wednesday, the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce and the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce held a women’s networking event at Monserate Vineyards and Winery at 2757 Gird Road. The event is free to attend; food and wine will be available for purchase. To respond to Jackie Toppin, call (760) 728-5845.
SCORE offers new training seminars
SCORE San Diego Volunteers are experienced entrepreneurs, managers and executives from a variety of industries and professions who assist in small business training workshops. For $25, customers can attend the two- to three-hour workshop in person at SCORE San Diego, 8825 Aero Drive, Suite 102, San Diego or Zoom; a PDF of the presentation; and a link to the final workshop video. Visit sandiego.score.org and click “attend workshop.” Registration deadline is midnight the day before all events. Workshops are held from 9 am to noon unless otherwise stated:
- Tuesday: (new) restaurant opening
- Wednesday: Success Stories: Using Storytelling and Marketing to Grow Your Business
- Thursday: (New) Internet Marketing in the Real World (this webinar is Zoom only)
- Friday: The (New) Art of Negotiation
- October 31: Get ready to start your business
SCORE can provide these and other workshops in full or short form upon request. Email email@example.com.
Post-election review, providing analysis
The San Diego North Economic Development Council will hold a post-election review on November 11 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. 9 Lunch and learn at the Green Dragon Tavern as November. Come hear how the election results affect North County’s political future. John Nienstedt, CEO and founder of Competitive Edge Research and Communications, will discuss the results. Membership is $25; non-members are $40. Reply at bit.ly/3VAcH5L. Green Dragon Tavern is located at 6115 Paseo Del Norte, Carlsbad. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SD Women Connect hosts virtual event
The North San Diego Chamber of Commerce hosts “Women Leading the Way,” a virtual event for women in San Diego, on Thursdays from noon to 1 p.m. Have candid conversations with executive leaders about how they stay calm under pressure; deal with the unknowns and obstacles women face in the workplace; lead while being authentic; and build their circle of influence. Panelists included San Diego International Airport President and CEO Kim Becker and Palomar College President and President Star Rivera-Lacey. Membership is $15; non-members are $29. Sign up by midnight Wednesday at bit.ly/3MI3ynH. If you are unable to attend the live virtual event, please register anyway and we will send you a recording. Contact email@example.com.
Work/Life Balance Virtual Workshop
On Wednesday at 8 a.m., the North San Diego Chamber of Commerce Emerging Leaders Network Advisory Council hosted a virtual Leadership Academy workshop titled “Navigating Work-Life Balance.” Speakers are Laura Bashore, Founder and Career Coach, Anew Resume and Career Services; and Ph.D. Ross Colt, Medical Director, Gary and Mary West PACE. The seminar is free for Chamber members and $25 for guests. Registration required at bit.ly/3MpObQD.e-mail
Goodwill SD joins operational dress code
Goodwill San Diego is helping female veterans transition into civilian life and careers. They are working on a dress code for November. 5 Events at the University of San Diego. Operation Dress Code partners with veterans organizations, community leaders, business groups and volunteers to help female veterans gain a free career-focused shopping experience. Attendees will receive personalized help choosing clothing, shoes and accessories as they prepare for their new career. Goodwill San Diego’s recruiting and employment team will provide information on job opportunities, free skills development programs and resume assistance. Appointments are available from 9:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Register for a time slot at operationdresscode.org/operation-dress-code-registration-nov5. The university is located at 5998 Alcalá Park.
Businesses seeking job fairs next month
Registration is now open for the Vista Career Fair, scheduled for November 4th at 4pm. 9 at the Vista Civic Center. Hosted in partnership with Vista Chamber of Commerce and SDHR Consulting, the show will provide space for representatives from 30 businesses and offer tips on how to get a job, including how to present your best self to potential employers and how to successfully present. Resume help will also be provided, including how to upload a resume to LinkedIn and how to use LinkedIn to find a job. Businesses can register for a booth at bit.ly/3TAHRYN. Visit vistachaber.org.
Grand opening of the coffee house
Meet owners Kat and Josh Barille at the grand opening of their coffee shop, Archer’s Arrow, at 170 Main Street at noon on Thursday. The ribbon-cutting was hosted by the Vista Chamber of Commerce. Refreshments will be provided. The event is free to attend, but reservations are required at bit.ly/3ESJs8j. Archer’s Arrow serves coffee drinks, tea, wine, toast and more.Hours of operation are Monday-Thursday 6am-4pm, Friday 6am-6pm
and Saturday; closed Sunday. Call (442) 303-8607; visit archersarrowcoffeehouse.com.
Chamber of Commerce Offers Free “Weaving the Web” Seminar
The Vista Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free lunch and learn program at The Film Hub at 170 Eucalyptus Ave on Tuesdays from noon to 1pm. Rachel Beld, CEO of Vista Chamber, will explain “The Heart and Art of Web Weaving,” how it differs from the Web, and why you should start practicing it. Sign up at bit.ly/3EGmTn5.
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