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Online Review Generation
04/25/19
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DHCC April Mixer
04/26/19
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SVHCC Informational, Cultural and Networking Mixer
04/26/19
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On the Road Cafe con THCC
04/30/19
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Events in the next 30 days...
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04/07/19
 -06/09/19
Quirkus Circus and the Missing Ringmaster

Quirkus Circus has just popped their tiny little tent up at Live Theatre Workshop. The show starts and everyone begins their spectacular opening number, but when they go to reveal their Ringmaster, he isn’t there! What’s a circus to do without a ringmaster?

 

Quirkus Circus is going to need some help if they want to keep the show going and who better to help out then you! That’s right; they are going to need the audience to help them get to the end of their show, so come out and get ready to laugh, be silly, and show off your talents in this family fun musical.

Sundays at 12:30pm, no show April 21st and May 12th.


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04/24/19
SCORE One-on-One Business & Nonprofit Mentoring (by Appointment)

It's a FACT. We provide Free, Accurate, Confidential, and Timely information to help you start, sustain, and grow your business. We are invested in your success, from the first meeting with us … until you sell or retire. Our members extend to you an opportunity to meet with us on a confidential basis for individual mentoring by appointment.
Contact us at 520-505-3636 to schedule an appointment for a personalized, free, and confidential one hour mentoring session today!
Your scheduled Mentor in Residence at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library is David Terrell.  He is the owner of two 30+ year old automotive consulting businesses directing project teams for 15 automotive manufacturers, including projects on process analysis and mapping activities, targeted strategic planning initiatives, sales, marketing, distribution, product launches, customer satisfaction and retention, and a 9-year development of a Nationwide Dealership Certification program.

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04/24/19
International Business Counseling by Appointment

Get the information and advice you need to succeed to sell your products and services internationally.
The U.S. Commercial Service can guide you through the export process from beginning to end, helping you to develop an effective international sales strategy, identify and comply with applicable laws and regulations, fulfill documentation requirements, and overcome trade problems. The U.S. Commercial Service offers assistance with:
Trade counseling
Market intelligence
Business matchmaking
Commercial diplomacy
Trade finance strategies
Christina Parisi, Director of the U.S. Commercial Service for Southern Arizona, will now be offering hour-long appointments at the Idea+Space. Christina has been working with small and medium sized businesses in all industries for over twenty years and has helped numerous companies go global.

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04/24/19
Drop-In Help

Drop-in and receive one-on-one assistance on any topic including: homework, reading, writing, GED/High School Equivalency Exam preparation, scholarship searches, career exploration, job applications, resumes, cover letters, e-readers or other digital devices, computer applications, social networking, or general computer help—all at your own pace.
All ages are welcome.

 

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04/25/19
Want to Start Your Own Business?

Our drop-in sessions provide you with the help you need to start your own business. Our Program Instructor is available to provide hands-on and individual instruction on a wide variety of business start-up topics including:
Turning your idea into a business plan
Determining the skills you need to be successful
Getting information about licensing, taxes, and finance
Connecting you to community resources that can help you succeed

SCORE Southern Arizona requests that you complete this class before your first mentor meeting.

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04/25/19
Online Review Generation


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04/25/19
AZDES Veterans Employment Services

Have you ever served in the military? Need help finding a job or training? If so, this is where you want to be.
An Arizona Department of Economic Services veteran employment advocate will be available to answer your questions, connect you to valuable resources, and help you connect to your next career.

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04/26/19
DIY Board Visioning

Presented by Dr. Robin Breault from LeadLocal in Tucson, an organization that offers “innovative leadership” presentations, DIY Board Visioning is an interactive presentation that applies design thinking and innovation strategies. The presentation will walk you through the process and simple tools to engage your board in a participatory visioning process. Participatory visioning is a great precursor to strategic planning.

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04/26/19
DHCC April Mixer


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04/26/19
SVHCC Informational, Cultural and Networking Mixer


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04/27/19
Strategic Social Media for Businesses & Nonprofits

Social Media Librarian Lisa Bunker has been teaching and working professionally on Facebook and other social media platforms since 2009, and is a contributing author of the 2017 book "Using Social Media to Build Library Communities."
This workshop will cover:
How writing for social media is different from other ways you market your business or nonprofit
Assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the major social media platforms
Content strategies based on your target audience, and your company or non-profit's branding or mission
Reality check: what is and isn't possible on social media
Best practices in general.

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04/27/19
Racing the Sun

Racing the Sun is a workforce development program that engages high school students in real-life, hand's-on problem solving, engineering, teamwork and career readiness. There is no other competiton like this in our region. It's a great program with big impacts.

You are invited to join us for the fun! On April 27, 2019 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm you'll see some of Arizona's best and brightest compete with their solar powered go-karts for speed, endurance and efficiency. The event is free and open to the public. It is held at Musselman Honda Circuit, located at 11800 S. Harrison Road, Tucson, AZ 85747. An awards ceremony will follow the main event.

Racing the Sun is sponsored by Tech Parks Arizona, Tucson Electric Power, Arizona Public Service, The University of Arizona College of Engineering, Global Solar, Bay 4 Energy, P3Solar, The Arizona SciTech Festival, The Arizona Technology Council Foundation, ArizonaSTEM, The Arizona Science Center, CAID, Musselman Honda Circuit, Rosendin Electric and Diversified Print Solutions.

We look forward to seeing you at the track!


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04/29/19
Job Help

Get the help you need to succeed in your job search! Staff is available to answer any questions you might have on a wide variety of computer topics.
Topics include resume writing, online job searching, email accounts, internet searching and more.
Registration is not required.

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04/29/19
Career Center with Arizona@Work

Whether you are looking for work, changing careers, or exploring new career options, Arizona@Work connects job seekers (youth, adults, veterans and laid-off workers) to a network of employment, training, and educational programs in Pima County.

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04/30/19
PAG - Exporting for Beginers - Free Workshop


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04/30/19
On the Road Cafe con THCC


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05/03/19
Grow Your Business With Google

In this workshop we'll review 20 digital marketing tactics using Google, social media and other new digital marketing strategies.

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05/04/19
Let's Talk CBD: The Truth

Synergy Wellness

Learn about the truth of CBD and how to heal ourselves and our community with Jorge Taborda and Enrique Feldman. 

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05/16/19
Socialization Group Tucson


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05/16/19
 -06/15/19
Appropriate

The 2015 Obie Award winner for “Best New American Play,” Every estranged member of the Lafayette clan has descended upon the crumbling Arkansas homestead to settle the accounts of the newly-deceased patriarch. As his three adult children sort through a lifetime of hoarded mementos and junk, they collide over clutter, debt, and a contentious family history. But after a disturbing discovery surfaces among their father’s possessions, the reunion takes a turn for the explosive, unleashing a series of crackling surprises and confrontations. Contains strong language, adult themes and subject matter that may be considered offensive.


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