SRVUSD to host first-ever local Speaker Series
Original post made by Terry Koehne on Feb 16, 2011
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District announces its first-ever speaker series entitled; "The Skills and Ethics Needed for Success in the 21st Century." The series is meant to appeal to high school students and parents in the district. The series will be held each Wednesday during the month of March, and will rotate among high schools in the district. We have four fabulous presentations lined up...
1. Pat Lencioni, local best-selling author and speaker
Topic: "Your Thinking Today Shapes Your Reality Tomorrow"
Wednesday, March 2, 2011 6:30-8:00 PM
San Ramon Valley High School Performing Arts Center, 501 Danville Blvd., Danville
2. Kevin Lovell, District Manager, Safeway NorCal Division
Topic: "The Skills Companies Require of Today's (and Tomorrow's) Workers"
Wednesday, March 9, 2011 6:30-8:00 PM
Dougherty Valley High School Performing Arts Center, 10550 Albion Road, San Ramon
3. Newell Arnerich, Council Member, Town of Danville
Topic: "Am I a Leader? You bet! You just may not know it yet!"
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 6:30-8:00 PM
Monte Vista High School Theater, 3131 Stone Valley Road, Danville
4. A Panel of Local Business People/High School Students (Co-sponsored by San Ramon Chamber of Commerce)
Topic: "Next Generation Workforce - What it Takes to Get the Great Jobs"
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 6:30-8:00 PM
California High School Theater, 9870 Broadmoor Drive, San Ramon
There is no cost to attend the events. Donations accepted. All donations benefit the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation.
* Registration is required. To register for any of the four sessions and for more information, go to:
For more information, contact: Terry Koehne, firstname.lastname@example.org / Rob Stockberger, email@example.com
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