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San Diego County’s Transformative Technology Leaders Honored at Top Tech Awards

San Diego, CA – September 16, 2021 – Ten of San Diego County’s technology innovators were recognized at the 14th annual Top Tech Awards which honors the region’s “unsung heroes” of information technology in the areas of business, education, government and nonprofit organizations.Cox Business Vice President Duane Cameron and Director, Enterprise Sales Tiffany Markus delivered…

MiraCosta College Brewers are 2021 US Open College Beer Champions

MiraCosta College’s BrewTech program has earned the Grand National Championship title in the U.S. Open College Beer Championship. First-time contender in the championship, MiraCosta College won gold medals for their Hefeweizen, Pale Ale, Spring IPA, and Stout, plus a silver for their Raspberry Berliner.The Open College Beer Championship is in its fifth year with eleven…

Power Tool & Electrical Equipment Safety

Chances are, you use power tools for projects at work and home. Working with power tools requires skilled instruction and training and can be deadly if not properly used or maintained.The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) provides these power tool safety tips:Use ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) with every power tool to protect against electric…

Carlsbad Republican Women welcome Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey September 28

Carlsbad Republican Women welcome Coronado Mayor and Congressional candidate Richard Bailey on Tuesday, September 28!Join the Carlsbad Republican Women club (CRWF) on Tuesday, September 28th, as we welcome Richard Bailey, Mayor of Coronado and recently declared 2022 candidate for the 52nd Congressional District! Mayor Bailey has an outstanding record in Coronado and is committed to…

College smarter, life happier

In San Diego County, approximately one third of existing jobs typically require a college degree or credential at the entry level. The need for qualified workers is expected to increase in the next decade, when nearly 42 percent of new jobs will require a degree or credential. Meanwhile, the number of San Diego County residents…

Auction Item Donations Needed for Solutions for Change

Dear Friend,When we began serving families in need more than 20 years ago, we never thought that homelessness would become one of the most significant issues of our day. With the support of community members like you, we have transformed the lives of more than 1,250 homeless families and 2,500 children! I’m writing to ask you…

Creating a new workforce strategy

Disruptive changes to current business models have had a profound impact on the employment landscape over the last decade. In fact, for many industries, the most in-demand occupations or specialties did not exist 10 or even five years ago, and the pace of change is accelerating. The impact of technological and other changes is shortening…

A great start in education

At Village Montessori School, trained Montessori teachers help guide children as they develop at their own pace and in their own way. Maria Montessori (1870-1952) observed the way children naturally learn and developed a method that assisted them while respecting their independence.Our infant program encourages babies to move freely as they are able. They sit…

Fountains, marigolds, and podcasts

Most everyone has heard the phrase, “Be a fountain, not a drain” which encourages optimism and confidence to fill others up (like a fountain) versus being a drain by depleting other people’s resources and energy.Element Education’s podcast focuses on the value of self-determination for authentic learning and happiness.And then there are the marigolds and walnut…
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