In an effort to address members’ interest in networking with each other within the same specialty, our volunteers have formed the SJN Specialty Group Innovation Council. Many thanks to Meridith Sullivan and other SJN volunteers who are initiating this program after just two weeks.
The groups being formed are:
1. Accounting and Finance
2. Administrative Assistant and Support Personnel
3. Business - Executive (Director and Above)
4. Construction (Residential, Commercial and Industrial)
5. Education (K-12, College, Adult Learning and Administration/Management)
6. Financial (Internal, Banking, Investing and Management)
7. Healthcare (Clinical and non-clinical)
8. HR Human Resources (Generalist, Learning and Development, Senior, Benefits)
9. IT (Management, Project, etc)
10. Insurance (Sales and Manage
11. Manufacturing/Support (Engineering, Technical, Production, Support, Operations and Management)
12. Media and Communication (Print and Electronic)
13. Non-profit (Grassroots, Management, and Administration)
14. Real Estate (Residential and Commercial)
15. Recent College Graduates to age 30
16. Retail (Sales, Management, Personnel)
17. Sales and Marketing (B2B and B to Customer)
On Tues, July 21, at the conclusion of SJN's morning program (approx 11:45 am), tables with identifying specialties will be set up at the back of the meeting room. Attendees can look for colleagues by specialty and have fun meeting, “talking shop" and SLOW NETWORKING until the afternoon session begins at 1:30 PM.
PRE-REGISTRATION: Sign up for the networking, designate your specialty, and make a donation to cover the cost of pizza for lunch.
1. At 12:30 CHEESE PIZZA and soft drinks will be brought into the temple. Because SJN is a non-profit, we are asking participants to make a $5.00 donation when registering to cover food costs, a portion of which will be donated to SJN.
2. Bring a bag lunch – it can be stored in the temple’s refrigerator. As guests of Temple Chai, we are asked to respect the kosher restrictions and not bring shellfish or pork/ham into the refrigerator or meeting room.
3. Your choice—local restaurants - some people who plan to return to the afternoon session may choose to run out for a bite, and we can provide directions to local eateries. if requested.
With any questions, contact: Jerry Holtzclaw at: email@example.comRead more »
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