School Bulletin: Roseville students learn about entrepreneurship

Roseville City School District Foundation hosts ‘Grub Crawl’
By: Sena Christian, The Press Tribune
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Care Innovations leads entrepreneurship workshop

Nearly 40 students from Oakmont High School and Lincoln High School attended an entrepreneurship program on Jan. 18 at the Roseville office of Intel-GE Care Innovations, a company that develops medical technology to assist in independent living for seniors. Top executives discussed the future of small businesses and how to foster entrepreneurship locally with these future business leaders.

“I’m really happy to have had this opportunity,” said Oakmont junior Alyssa Sconzo, in a news release. “It’s very helpful to see how business practices apply to what we’re doing in school.”

Linda Park to run for Assmembly

Roseville Joint Union High School District school board member Linda Park plans to challenge incumbent Beth Gaines for Assembly District 6, according to her son, political activist Aaron Park, on Jan. 26. Linda Park was elected as a trustee in November 2010. The California State Assembly election takes place Nov. 6.

RCSD Foundation hosts ‘Grub Crawl’

Roseville City School District Foundation is hosting its innaugural Grub Crawl fundraiser from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, at three restaurants in the Westfield Galleria, 1151 Galleria Blvd. in Roseville. Participants will visit the Cheescake Factory for the first hour, then Il Fornaio and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. Light appetizers will be served and beverages will be available at happy hour pricing. Cost is $25. The event is limited to 300 guests and advance registration is required. Visit

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