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The NFEC is a full-service education company that provides financial literacy material, promotes advocacy campaigns, sets standards, conducts research and shares best practices. We provide financial education resources and help organizations build sustainable financial education programs.
We create an event theme, search for a venue and prepare for the meetings and develop a timeline. I have completed several certified courses in event planning and hospitality. This is my 3rd year of business in this area. (My handcrafted events in this area show consistent growth and are in third year.) Previously I coordinated events in the Bay Area.
Selling Lightly used children's items from other families so new families can enjoy them. Kids are expensive, but their stuff doesn't have to be. Recycle and reuse your toys, clothes, books, blocks, games, strollers, etc. Come shop great bargains or BECOME A SELLER And consign your items and get paid on sold items. Visit www.valleykidsconsignment.com 18425 Nordhoff St. in Northridge, Ca - May 12 - June 12, 2016
We provide computer repair services (all brands) to individuals and businesses; basic computer classes are also offered to local residents. In addition, we are licensed by the state of California to operate Micro-Easy Vocational Institute , a workforce development center, for computer and Information Technology skills (I.T.) Our training programs include: A+ Technician, Computer Applications (Microsoft Office Suite), Network Technician, and Web Master. Students (include: Veterans, low in- come, under-employed, and Contra Costa & Alameda Counties residents) are prepared for industry certification exams. Graduates are awarded diplomas by the School, and provided job placement assistance.
We help with food, toys, housing, transportation, medical, legal aid, or any other care/need of those without the luxury of steady income
Welcome to the San Diego chapter of The Nonfiction Authors Association, a national organization featuring a vibrant and supportive community for trailblazing writers. Our members include experienced and aspiring authors of business, self-development, health, reference, memoir and other nonfiction books.
Our NFAA local chapters focus on the business side of writing, publishing and promoting nonfiction books. Meeting agendas include a guest speaker focused on a topic related to the publishing industry, introductions by all attendees, and a signature mastermind session where three to five attendees are selected to share a publishing-related challenge or question and receive feedback from the group (a wildly popular feature of our meetings!).
First-time visitors to an NFAA local chapter are not required to be members of the Nonfiction Authors Association, however, if you’d like to return to a second meeting and beyond, we do require that you join us online with either a Basic membership (free) or Authority membership ($19/month).
Authority members receive many added benefits including:
• Access to recordings from our twice-monthly teleseminars with industry professionals
• Weekly marketing tips sent via email.
• Special discounts with our sponsor partners, including a substantial discount off access to Profnet, a PRNewsWire service that connects authors with media interviews.
• Special discounts off our annual Nonfiction Writers Conference and year-round Nonfiction Book Awards.
Local chapter benefits include priority in our popular Author Mastermind portion of the meetings, a members-only magnetic name badge to wear to meetings (after three months of Authority membership), and periodic event discounts during the year. ***For additional information and to join the Nonfiction Authors Association, visit:
*** No matter where you are on your publishing journey, whether you’re just getting started or you’ve already authored dozens of books, whether you’re self-published or traditionally published, we welcome you and hope you will join us for our lively and informative meetings! NOTE: If you represent an organization or group that is in need of a speaker, please browse our member directory or contact our group leader for a personal recommendation.
We promote economic opportunity via our English as a second language (ESL) classes, vocational trainings such as Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and family childcare home licensing, and driver's education courses. In addition to these programs, we pride ourselves on fulfilling our position as Live Well San Diego partners by simply trying to ensure the health and welfare of our clients and the surrounding San Diego community. We provide education on Type 2 diabetes and healthy eating via our Type 2, Not You! program, as well as assistance in applying for Covered California health care. It is an advocacy program that goes beyond words. We hold workshops that have interactive cooking lessons with our constituents using ingredients we purchase from local groceries that they can afford. We want these educational workshops to be practical to their lifestyle so we can make it a lifestyle choice, and not a temporary phase. We want the demonstrations to be linguistically competent, and the recipes to be culturally appropriate to their respective diets.
Bringing entrepreneurs together for weekly meetings, offering them practical classroom instruction and online curriculum, and making them aware of the resources in their communities can make a difference in the businesses they launch and lead.