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June


NACCE - The Impact of Entrepreneurship

NACCE's Entrepreneurship Specialist Certificate Online Training

February 18th through August 18th, 2019
Online

The purpose of this course is to provide community college administrators, faculty, and staff with information and ideas on how to apply the entrepreneurial method to the business of running a community college as well as in creating, refining and sustaining successful entrepreneurship education programs. In addition, this course will provide the tools for you to assist existing and future students and community members in applying the entrepreneurial method to achieve their goals.
NACCE has expanded the participation window on this training until August, so folks can still register for it and jump in at any time.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Lisa Kiplinger Kennedy - [email protected]

Website & Registration


NACCE - The Impact of Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Specialist 2.0 – Funding & Development

March 4th through September 4th, 2019
Online

Fundraising in the community college environment is different from university and non-profit development, and requires entrepreneurial thinking to produce innovative outcomes. By reframing your development strategy through the lens of effectual thinking participants will develop new skills and pathways to grow partners and produce financial results. Whether you are a college administrator, an enterprising faculty member or a stakeholder in a community college environment this course will shift your mindset in new directions.
Funding & Development opens 3/4th and folks can register now and the participation window runs till Sept.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Lisa Kiplinger Kennedy - [email protected]

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UpStarters Discover Camp

UpStarters Discover Camp for High School Students

Registration Open Now through June 21st, 2019
California State University, San Bernardino

High School Students!
Get a Taste of Entrepreneurship and the College Experience this Summer with the CSUSB Entrepreneurship program! Learn & Explore the Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship from our Globally Recognized program!
BOTH SESSIONS INCLUDE:
A fully immersive college experience including: a 3 day, 2 night stay at the newest neighborhood on campus, Arrowhead Village; and 14 hours entrepreneurial instruction, campus tour and fun and engaging activities. The housing offers Apartment-style living ideally suited for upper-class students seeking independent living that is fully furnished, including kitchen appliances (fridge, oven range and garbage disposal), common study and lounge areas, high-speed internet and individual unit climate control.
All meals and program materials are included, as well as select toiletries and linens.

  • 14 hours of instruction and experiential learning
  • 75 minute campus tour
  • All participants stay in our on campus student housing
  • Mindset - how to Think Like An Owner!™
  • Where do ideas come from - problem-solving, creativity, and innovation
  • Power of customer feedback/ validation - vetting your idea
  • Choosing the right startup model for your venture
  • Identifying the right startup resources
  • Avoiding the rookie mistakes
  • Learning takeaways & engaging events

Website & Registration


Job Fair

2019 National Innovative Communities Conference

June 18th - June 19th, 2019
Ontario Convention Center

The 10th Annual National Innovative Communities Conference is the only conference in Southern California that promotes innovative, cutting-edge strategies, and ideas with the opportunity to make connections to create a vibrant, high quality of life for all communities and residents.

Our theme, "Leadership. Action. Legacy." will empower your business or organization and connect you with key stakeholders and influencers who are passionate about change in their communities.

Attendees will take an active role on topics important to community health and safety as well as personally network with leading experts. These are leaders who are dedicated to building the quality of life for the Inland Region - leaders who are on the front lines of creating peaceful, equitable environments in schools, businesses, and communities through cross-sectoral leadership, economic development, and policy work.

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July


NACCE - The Impact of Entrepreneurship

NACCE's Entrepreneurship Specialist Certificate Online Training

February 18th through August 18th, 2019
Online

The purpose of this course is to provide community college administrators, faculty, and staff with information and ideas on how to apply the entrepreneurial method to the business of running a community college as well as in creating, refining and sustaining successful entrepreneurship education programs. In addition, this course will provide the tools for you to assist existing and future students and community members in applying the entrepreneurial method to achieve their goals.
NACCE has expanded the participation window on this training until August, so folks can still register for it and jump in at any time.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Lisa Kiplinger Kennedy - [email protected]

Website & Registration


NACCE - The Impact of Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Specialist 2.0 – Funding & Development

March 4th through September 4th, 2019
Online

Fundraising in the community college environment is different from university and non-profit development, and requires entrepreneurial thinking to produce innovative outcomes. By reframing your development strategy through the lens of effectual thinking participants will develop new skills and pathways to grow partners and produce financial results. Whether you are a college administrator, an enterprising faculty member or a stakeholder in a community college environment this course will shift your mindset in new directions.
Funding & Development opens 3/4th and folks can register now and the participation window runs till Sept.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Lisa Kiplinger Kennedy - [email protected]

Website & Registration


IE Accelerator Kids Camps - Maker Extravaganza

Maker Extravaganza

July 2019, 8am - 5pm (See below for dates)
114 South Del Rosa Drive
San Bernardino, CA. 92408

Get absorbed in imaginative, creative projects at the Maker Extravaganza Camp! This camp invites children to discover passions and boost confidence as they engage in a structured opportunity to build skills and collaborate. Participants will learn about electrical circuitry, coding, drones, design, 3D printing, and more. Imagine Scratch coding to fly drones and navigating Sphero robots to solve a series of group-related challenges! Both an inventive and innovative outlet, the Maker Extravaganza camp applies the basics of learning real-world skills in a supportive and FUN environment!

Dates Available
Seats Still Available: July 15-19
Seats Still Available: July 22-26
Seats Still Available: July 29-August 2

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IE Accelerator Kids Camps - Crafting in the Enchanted Kingdom (Grades 1-5)

Crafting in the Enchanted Kingdom (Grades 1-5)

July 2019, 8am - 5pm (See below for dates)
114 South Del Rosa Drive
San Bernardino, CA. 92408

Unicorns, dragons, and potions, oh my! Join this weeklong craft-a-thon with countless mystical-themed arts and crafts projects. This camp features a balanced and exciting environment fostering creative expression. Feel free to come in costume!

Dates Available
Seats Still Available: July 15-19
Seats Still Available: July 22-26
Seats Still Available: July 29-August 2

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IE Accelerator Kids Camps - Robotics and Engineering (Grades 6-12)

Robotics and Engineering (Grades 6-12)

July 2019, 8am - 5pm (See below for dates)
114 South Del Rosa Drive
San Bernardino, CA. 92408

Join the fun at the IE Accelerator’s weeklong Robotics and Engineering Camp, an introductory venture that teaches students and makers the basics of electronics and soldering, prototyping circuits, and robotics. Students will use basic programming with C and Scratch to build robots with Arduino and Raspberry PI, as well as learn the real world applications of coding and embedded computing. Students will apply these learned skills to complete various projects, ending with more advanced line tracking and objects avoidance projects featuring robotic cars!

Dates Available
Seats Still Available: July 22-26

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IE Accelerator Kids Camps - 3D Tech Training Academy (Grades 6-12)

3D Tech Training Academy (Grades 6-12)

July 2019, 8am - 5pm (See below for dates)
114 South Del Rosa Drive
San Bernardino, CA. 92408

Imagination is key in this 3D Tech Training Academy! Students will spend the week learning to use a variety of technologies including 3D pens, 3D printers, Cricut Maker cutting machines, and Carvey CNC. They will also gain insights into computer-aided design (CAD) through use of Autodesk Fusion 360 software to create and prepare 3D models for print, as well as use the Cricut and Carvey CNC for creating custom mosaic tiles and artwork. Engagement with these technologies allows students to have fun and experiment with tools used in many STEM/STEAM and maker fields, empowering their creativity and the entrepreneurial mindset!

Dates Available
Seats Still Available: July 15-19
Seats Still Available: July 29-August 2

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August


NACCE - The Impact of Entrepreneurship

NACCE's Entrepreneurship Specialist Certificate Online Training

February 18th through August 18th, 2019
Online

The purpose of this course is to provide community college administrators, faculty, and staff with information and ideas on how to apply the entrepreneurial method to the business of running a community college as well as in creating, refining and sustaining successful entrepreneurship education programs. In addition, this course will provide the tools for you to assist existing and future students and community members in applying the entrepreneurial method to achieve their goals.
NACCE has expanded the participation window on this training until August, so folks can still register for it and jump in at any time.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Lisa Kiplinger Kennedy - [email protected]

Website & Registration


NACCE - The Impact of Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Specialist 2.0 – Funding & Development

March 4th through September 4th, 2019
Online

Fundraising in the community college environment is different from university and non-profit development, and requires entrepreneurial thinking to produce innovative outcomes. By reframing your development strategy through the lens of effectual thinking participants will develop new skills and pathways to grow partners and produce financial results. Whether you are a college administrator, an enterprising faculty member or a stakeholder in a community college environment this course will shift your mindset in new directions.
Funding & Development opens 3/4th and folks can register now and the participation window runs till Sept.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Lisa Kiplinger Kennedy - [email protected]

Website & Registration


Mobilize California: Driving Change

Mobilize California

August 23-24, 2019
South Coast Winery Resort & Spa
Temecula, CA

The Mobilize California Summit is the region's premier fleet modernization, alternative fuels, and workforce training event where industry and education intersect to collaborate on existing and emerging technologies, trends and training tactics.

Mobilize California Summit will offer information-packed sessions, prominent national and regional speakers, and the latest technologies. This event is where industry and academic leaders will move the needle on curriculum development, workforce training, and the future of clean transportation.

Website   Registration


September


NACCE - The Impact of Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Specialist 2.0 – Funding & Development

March 4th through September 4th, 2019
Online

Fundraising in the community college environment is different from university and non-profit development, and requires entrepreneurial thinking to produce innovative outcomes. By reframing your development strategy through the lens of effectual thinking participants will develop new skills and pathways to grow partners and produce financial results. Whether you are a college administrator, an enterprising faculty member or a stakeholder in a community college environment this course will shift your mindset in new directions.
Funding & Development opens 3/4th and folks can register now and the participation window runs till Sept.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Lisa Kiplinger Kennedy - [email protected]

Website & Registration


Get Focused! Stay Focused!

Regional Educators’ Training

8:30am - 3:00pm, September 20, 2019
Chino Community Center
5890 College Park Avenue, Chino, CA 91710

ELEVATE the Success of College, Career, & Life Readiness

  • LEARN how the Get Focused Stay Focused course can earn college credit and meet the CA CCI dashboard college/career indicators
  • BUILD & STRENGTHEN program efforts with Get Focused Stay Focused expertise and resources.
  • GAIN technical know-how with the online 10-Year Plan.
  • SHARE best practices with colleagues from across the region.

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