Bayside Church hosts work symposium in Roseville

‘Getting California Back to Work’ set for April 17
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“Getting California Back to Work”

When: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 17

Where: Bayside Church, 8191 Sierra College Blvd., Roseville

Cost: $15 before April 11; $25 after



A symposium for workforce development professionals, “Getting California Back to Work” will be held April 17 at Bayside Church in Roseville.

The one-day event is hosted by the U.S. Department of Labor, Deputy Director of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships Ben Seigel, FRANNET’s Cari Vinci and Bayside Church Director of Career Coaching Dan Lott.

The purpose of the day is to:

• Learn about the changing nature of work and the many alternative ways to create an income.

• Share best practices with workforce development professionals in the region.

• Network to meet fellow workforce development professionals.

Panel discussions will be held on:

• Getting a Job: best practices from career ministries, career counselors, career centers and job clubs.

• Be the Boss: Small business experts discuss the how, what, where and why of local business ownership opportunities.

• Resources: Discover which public, private, local, state and federal organizations are available to help individuals in transition.

The keynote speaker will be Carleen MacKay, author and speaker on “The Kay To Prosperity – New Work for a New Time.” The symposium is encouraged for career and workforce development professionals in private practice, education and government; individuals who lead job clubs or career ministries; staffing agency owners and managers; and human resource managers.