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​FREE Career Discovery Panel and Pizza Dinner for High School and College Students: Friday, Feb. 17

Thinking of becoming a business owner, attorney, software engineer, or maybe an operations manager? Hear from local Asian American professionals about how they forged their career path and learn what tips they have for those interested in pursing a career in their respective fields! 

The event is free of charge and open to local high school and college students. The Career Day and Pizza Dinner is organized in partnership with the Asian Business League of San FranciscoChinatown YMCA, and Vietnamese Youth Development Center and sponsored by Salesforce's Pacific Force. There will be a moderated panel followed by break out sessions where students can talk in smaller group settings with the professional of their choice. 

Speakers include:
Cynthia Huie, owner of Seedstore and President of the Clement Street Merchants Association 
Charles Jung, trial lawyer at Nassiri & Jung LLP and Elections Commissioner for the City and County of San Francisco
Potluck Mittal, software engineer at Clever
Gino Ramos, Operations Manager at Salesforce andCo-Founder of OutForce, salesforce.com's Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender & Allies Employee Resource Group (LGBTA ERG).

CAREER DAY AND PIZZA DINNER SCHEDULE
5:45 - Registration opens & pizza is served
6pm - Welcome Remarks 
6:05pm - Moderated Panel begins
7pm - Panel finishes
SHORT BREAK
7:05pm - Breakout 1
7:15pm - Breakout 2
7:25pm - Breakout 3
7:35pm - Closing Remarks - head back to conference room
 
WHERE: Salesforce Café, 121 Rincon Center, San Francisco

WHEN: Friday, February 17, 2017, 6pm to 7:30pm

RSVP HERE BY FEB. 14 AT NOON: https://events.sparxo.co m/salesforcecareerday

FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT: Denise Hung, Chinatown YMCA at 415-748-3546 or dhung@ymcasf.org or Cristino Lagahid III at 415.671.6778or cristino@vydc.org.

NOTE: Admission is FREE but RSVPS are required for admission into the building. RSVPs close on Tuesday, February 14 at noon. The Asian Business League's Youth Programs are sponsored by Wells Fargo and Union Bank.     

Posted by: Christine Eng Published:1/18/17
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