Local Silicon Valley upcoming events - all in one place. Opportunities for professional development and networking, fundraising galas, community forums, art festivals, and so much more!
Immigrant & Worker's Rights TAG meeting, anchored by Stacey Hawver, Executive Director, Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County.
Environment & Sustainability TAG meeting. This meeting is an opportunity for San Mateo County organizations and community members with a focus on environment and sustainability to convene, share priorities, identify gaps, and plan future collective action.
Children & Education TAG meeting, anchored by Heather Cleary, CEO, Peninsula Family Service.
Voter Education and Outreach Advisory Committee meeting. Post election meeting: let's celebrate our hard work, take an early look at numbers, and plan for 2020!
Arts & Culture TAG meeting. Facilitated by Georgia Antonopoulos, Executive Director, Thrive.
Join Thrive for a special training section on the legislative cycle. This event will bring legislative aides and our local nonprofit leaders to discuss and brainstorm on how to most effectively work together on important legislation for the benefit of our community.
More details will follow.
Rise Together is pleased to partner with JobTrain to co-host The 2019 BRIDGE Awards, bringing together employers large and small, who are like-minded in their conviction to offer equal employment opportunities and economic stability to the people of this region, regardless of their background.
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Unlike many theatre companies, Dragon's theatre season runs January through December. This season highlights some very Dragon themes – demanding roles for actors and designers, excellent roles for women, and thought-provoking stories.
Thrive News & Events Recap
Last week, Thrive proudly hosted the second annual Nonprofit Career Summit & Job Fair to match local nonprofits with potential employees and volunteers. It was an amazing evening where dynamic connections were made. Early results show that a couple of job seekers were hired just a few days following the event - we look forward to hearing more stories unfold!
Our first Leadership Circle Luncheon of the season brought together a great group of nonprofit executives! We welcomed Superintendent-Elect Nancy Magee for a frank and forward-thinking discussion on how nonprofits can best facilitate school partnerships. More to come!
Thrive brought together nonprofit, public sector, and corporate leaders for a forum to build on the prior year's organizing activities of our Thrive Action Groups (TAGs). At this forum, we began creating policy and advocacy agendas for each of Thrive's five key issue areas. The overarching goal of the event was to provide roadmaps for key activities for TAGs to undertake to address the most pressing issues that affect local communities and how to coordinate this important work.