Newsletter | Jan/Feb 2010Volume 38:1
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|In this issue:|
Editor's Note - Leslie Golden
General Meetings in 2010 - Leslie Golden
OWA Program: CED Archive Lecture and Tour - Leslie Golden
Steering Committee Update - Leslie Golden
New Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws - Leslie Golden
Holiday Benefit Party - Leslie Golden
OWA Policy Manual - Sub Committee - Leslie Golden
Mentorship Program - Leslie Golden
80% Federally Funded Program for new hires in Alameda County! - Leslie Golden
General Meetings in 2010by Leslie Golden | Share #191
OWA has 6 general meetings every year usually on the second Tuesday of the month. Please put these dates on your calendar and go to our 2010 Calendar for more details and updated changes.
Feb.16 CED Archive Lecture and Tour - Waverly Lowell.
Apr. 20 Search Engine Optimization & Marketing Overview
Jun. 16 Rainwater & Grey Water Harvesting - Leslie Golden.
Aug 17 Lecture on Wetlands
Oct. 19 OWA - Business Meeting
Dec. 11 Holiday Benefit Party
OWA Program: CED Archive Lecture and Tourby Leslie Golden | Share #188
Meet Our New Steering Committee MembersShare #190
OWA Policy Manual - Sub Committeeby Leslie Golden | Share #184
We are looking for volunteers to help draft the OWA Policy Manual. Leslie Golden is facilitating these meetings and would appreciate any volunteers to contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are willing to meet any evening in her Oakland office, in S.F. or at a dinner out. Perhaps it can also be included in our East Bay dinner conversations at Au Coquelet in Berkeley every second Thursday of the month starting at 7pm. All are welcome.
Mentorship Programby Leslie Golden | Share #186
The Mentorship Program is designed to help members take advantage of the diversity of seasoned professionals within our organization. Anyone who is interested in organizing the mentorship program please contact Leslie Golden. Life coach, Angelina Sorenson has offered to provide the first of three life coaching sessions free. She is willing to discuss work or personal related topics.
80% Federally Funded Program for new hires in Alameda County!by Leslie Golden | Share #192
There is a federally funded program that pays 80% of a new hires salary for the first six months. Look at the Forum to see the details in full.
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