Feb 23, 2019 8:00 AM

The Explorer Program provides enrichment opportunities to all student in Cajon Valley Union School District, while recovering one day of excused or unexcused absences. The Saturday Explorer Program provides multiple options to meet the needs and interests of each child whether it is through coding, art, engineering makerspace/woodshop and other exciting offerings. This program is available to all students in grades 1st to 8th. All students currently enrolled in the Cajon Valley Union School District are eligible to join us on Best Saturday Ever.    Hours: 8am - 12:30pm (Lunch Included)   Dates: 10/6/2018, 11/3/2018, 12/1/2018, 1/26/2019, 2/23/2019, 3/9/2019, 4/6/2019*, 5/11/2019   PLEASE REGISTER FOR ONE (1) CLASS PER SATURDAY PER STUDENT. DUPLICATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE DELETED.  STUDENTS REGISTERD FOR CODING, PLEASE BRING YOUR CHROMEBOOK.  * Our April 6th Explorer, will be at Greenfield Middle School to celebrate our district’s TEDx event. Greenfield Middle School - 1495 Greenfield Dr, El Cajon, CA 92021

Mar 23, 2019 10:00 AM

Firefighter Career Expos are FREE for attendees, families and friends. When reserving tickets, please choose the appropriate option whether you are an expo participant or a guest during the registration process. Expo participants will have the opportunity to: -Meet with fire department recruiters -Try out the Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) *Must be 18 years or older to practice the CPAT* -Learn what to expect on the entry-level firefighter Written Test -Find out about the FCTC Statewide Eligibility List and how to get on it -Take an up-close look at Fire Apparatus -Learn more about a typical "Day in the Life of a Firefighter" -Enjoy refreshments and a free barbeque For more information, visit www.cffjac.org or www.fctconline.org. **The Expo is both an indoor and outdoor event** To view video from the 2018 Career Expos, click here. You are currently on the registration page for FCTC South El Monte's Expo. If you would like to register for the Expo at FCTC Livermore on March 2, 2019, please click here. If you would like to register for the Expo at FCTC San Diego/Miramar College on April 13, 2019, please click here. FCTC Sacramento will be hosting a Firefighter Career Expo in the Fall of 2019.

Mar 02, 2019 10:00 AM

Firefighter Career Expos are FREE for attendees, families and friends. When reserving tickets, please choose the appropriate option whether you are an expo participant or a guest during the registration process. Expo participants will have the opportunity to: -Meet with fire department recruiters -Try out the Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) *Must be 18 years or older to practice the CPAT* -Learn what to expect on the entry-level firefighter Written Test -Find out about the FCTC Statewide Eligibility List and how to get on it -Take an up-close look at Fire Apparatus -Learn more about a typical "Day in the Life of a Firefighter" -Enjoy refreshments and a free barbeque For more information, visit www.cffjac.org or www.fctconline.org. **The Expo is both an indoor and outdoor event** To view video from the 2018 Career Expos, click here. You are currently on the registration page for FCTC Livermore's Expo. If you would like to register for the Expo at FCTC South El Monte on March 23, 2019, please click here. If you would like to register for the Expo at FCTC San Diego/Miramar College on April 13, 2019, please click here. FCTC Sacramento will be hosting a Firefighter Career Expo in the Fall of 2019.

Apr 13, 2019 10:00 AM

Firefighter Career Expos are FREE for attendees, families and friends. When reserving tickets, please choose the appropriate option whether you're an expo participant or a guest during the registration process. Expo participants will have the opportunity to: -Meet with fire department recruiters -Try out the Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) *Must be 18 years or older to practice the CPAT* -Learn what to expect on the entry-level firefighter Written Test -Find out about the FCTC Statewide Eligibility List and how to get on it -Take an up-close look at Fire Apparatus -Learn more about a typical "Day in the Life of a Firefighter" -Enjoy refreshments and a free barbeque For more information, visit www.cffjac.org or www.fctconline.org. **This is an OUTDOOR event** To view video from the 2018 Career Expos, click here. PARKING - Parking is available on the main campus. To view a campus map, click here. You are currently on the registration page for FCTC San Diego's Expo. If you would like to register for the Expo at FCTC Livermore, CA on March 2, 2019, please click here. If you would like to register for the Expo at FCTC South El Monte on March 23, 2019, please click here.

Feb 06, 2019 9:00 AM

New to Jobvite? Looking to get educated on Jobvite Hire, our Applicant Tracking System? Spend a day with us and become the Jobvite resource for your organization.   This comprehensive training session is intended for Jobvite Hire Administrators. Training Agenda Topics:  Understand roles in Jobvite Customize configuration Automate forms, communications, and offer letters Increase employee engagement Social Recruiting Explore new features Optimize your Jobvite instance  Techniques for building key reports Question and answer roundtable   When: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 Where: Jobvite - 1300 S El Camino Real, Suite 400, San Mateo, CA, 94402 *Guest parking available in the outdoor lot *Lunch, coffee, and snacks provided *Please don't forget to bring your laptop! Registration: $495 per person - register 3 people at your company and save 15%, or bring a buddy and save 10%     *Please Note: Boot Camp Training events could be canceled due to low enrollment or other factors. In the unlikely event that a cancelation does occur, we will refund your Boot Camp ticket purchase and provide a seat at a future Boot Camp event.

Apr 20, 2019 9:00 PM

Ritual Veil (Portland)Mannequin (Carlsbad)The Passengers (San Diego)Live at SPACEPresented byDj Disorder and Dj Fn121+ || $8 Presale || $10 Day of Event at Door || 9pmSaturday April 20th, 2019SPACE3519 El Cajon BlvdSan Diego, Ca92104

Jan 26, 2019 11:30 AM

FREE 1/2lb of SHRIMP, FREE MINI iPAD, FREE 40'' TV GIVEAWAYS! Who's in?! Attention seafood lovers who want only food that is shrimply the bomb... Shrimp Heads is coming to San Diego, California! Shrimp Heads will serve an array of seafood dishes smothered in their various spiced rubs, created by restaurateur, Shirley Ng. Guests will choose their protein which includes lobster tail, raw oysters and of course shrimp, followed by the seasoning of their choice. To celebrate the GRAND OPENING of Shrimp Heads San Diego, we are giving away some FREEbies below for the first 50 guests in line and beyond for the day. So bring your friends, family, co-workers and kids: Doors open at 11:30AM, so line up early! First 50 dine-in customers on 1/26 get a FREE 1/2lb of Shrimp ALL Customers get FREE 1/2lb of Shrimp with purchase of a drink (*limit 2 per table) ALL customers in line before opening will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a mini iPad and a 40'' TV (You must line-up before opening and dine-in to participate in the raffle. We will announce the winners for the iPad and TV on Sunday Morning 1/27/19 on Instagram Story. Please make sure to follow us on Instagram @shrimp.heads and keep your ticket! Grand Opening Event Details Date: Saturday, 1/26/19 Time: 11:30AM-10:00PM Address: Shrimp Heads San Diego 2832 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92104 Follow us on Instagram at @shrimp.heads and hashtag #shrimpheads #shrimpheadssd for a chance to be featured on our social media and if you just love seafood! Terms & Conditions All giveaways and prizes are non-refundable, non-returnable and any damage or defective issues will not be the responsibility of Shrimp Heads or its employee's. Any lost, damage or stolen raffle tickets or prizes are not the responsibility of Shrimp Heads or its employee's FREE 1/2 lb of Shrimp with purchase of a drink is valid ONLY Saturday 1/26/19 from 11:30AM-10:00PM All prizes will not be shipped and will be required to be picked up at the Shrimp Heads Restaurant Address during business hours only - 2832 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92104 Visit Our Website to view our Menu https://www.shrimpheadssd.com/

Feb 14, 2019 7:00 PM

Valentine's Day BASH 2019  Bay Area's hottest Valentine's Day Event // Pulsating Bollywood Music by DJ Sam Ticket includes dinner buffet and one FREE glass of champagne per ticket     Wine & Beer available for purchase starting @ $5.00 // Exciting Prizes every Hour Early Bird: $25 // Regular: $30 // Door: $35  Tables available on first come first serve basis // Plenty of FREE Parking // Outdoor heated tents // Indoor Dance floor   Bombay to Goa, 151 E El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087  //  Doors open 7pm Sponsorship // Email: [email protected] or 408 573 7307

Mar 23, 2019 7:30 PM

Devotional The Depeche MODE Experiencefeaturing frontman DEVOTIONAL DAVE / Freddie Moralesbringing the ULTRA 80's LIVE tribute to Icons Depeche Mode with special guest Wild Mood Swings / 80's covers on Sat March 23, 2019 - Get your dance shoes ready and let us celebrate the music of Depeche Mode with Devotional The Depeche Mode Experience from Hollywood Ca. Devotional The Depeche MODE ExperienceDevotional The Depeche MODE Experience from Hollywood Ca was formed Jan 2018 featuring former STRANGELOVE frontman/founder vocalist Freddie Morales ending 8 years of Moding with Strangelove tribute to Depeche Mode on Jan 2018 - Hollywood based DEVOTIONAL -The Depeche Mode Experience delivers a career spanning, pitch perfect “best of” concert that transports the listener through time and touches on several key points in Depeche Mode’s illustrious career. Songs from throughout the Depeche canon are lovingly recreated; from favorites on DM’s debut Speak and Spell to the newest fare from ‘Mode’s latest- 2017’s “Spirit”. DEVOTIONAL’s presentation includes a visual show with stage set pieces and in-show costume changes reflect different eras of Depeche Mode’s story; which spans almost four decades! Devotional Dave has been featured as the World’s Greatest Tribute Bands on AXS TV 2nd session performed to a packed house at the famous The ROXY on sunset strip Sept 16th 2013 - Martin Gore of Depeche Mode has seen youtube videos and as mentioned Devotional on several interviews about tribute bands “Your singer, Freddie Morales really has Dave’s mannerisms down! DEVOTIONAL –The Depeche Mode Experience from HOLLYWOOD brings a thoroughly enjoyable and staggeringly authentic DM concert to concertgoers, and connects with international audiences, wherever Devotional DAVE performs. 21/Over - Doors 8PM - Show 9PM - DJ PFM MIX from Sounds a La Mode / $15.00 Day of Event - $10.00 Presale MONDAY JAN 21 - Get Your dose with us @ULTRA Tributes. Til Two Club4746 El Cajon blvdSan Diego, California

Jan 26, 2019 8:00 AM

Welcome to the 2019 Citizens’ Climate Lobby NorCal Regional Conference Saturday, January 26th 9am - Sunday, January 27th 1pm ** Please register by January 22nd ** You are invited to the annual Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL) Northern California Regional Conference! CCL builds the political will for our elected representatives to take action on climate change. Our Regional Conference is an opportunity for newcomers and experienced CCL members to gather to learn, practice skills, inspire each other, and strategize in moving our country toward climate solutions.  Rising temperatures, prolonged wildfire seasons, drought, flooding, and insect infestations are already impacting our communities, agriculture and outdoor recreation industries. The harm of inaction and the benefit of action have never been higher. For more information, contact Tasha Reddy [email protected] What you need to know about the 2019 NorCal Regional Conference: Who: Everyone is welcome, whether it’s your first CCL experience or you’re an experienced volunteer. You are welcome no matter where you're from. When: Saturday, January 26th 8am - Sunday, January 27th 1pm Where: Menlo-Atherton High School, 555 Middlefield Rd, Atherton, CA 94027 ** Important Note ** This address is in Atherton (it is not 555 Middlefield Rd located in Menlo Park) If arriving by car, please park in the student lot.  Enter the lot on Ringwood Ave. The campus is only a 15-minute walk from the Menlo Park Caltrain station. When you arrive, come to the theater. Tickets: Regular: $80 College/University students or under 25 years old: $10 High School student registration is free. Ticket includes the conference and meals indicated in the agenda. Food: There will be a morning snack and coffee both mornings.  Lunch from Asian Box will be served on Saturday.  Vegan and gluten free options are available. Lodging Here are a few hotel options nearby: Hotel Lucent, 727 El Camino Real, Menlo Park  hotellucent.com Menlo Park Inn, 1315 El Camino Real, Menlo Park   www.menloparkinn.com Red Cottage Inn & Suites, 1704 El Camino Real, Menlo Park   www.redcottageinn.com For those who need it, we will work to find lodging accomodations in the homes of local CCL volunteers.  If you live nearby and can offer someone a place to stay, please let us know. For housing offers and requests, please contact Edgar Ross [email protected]> or at 831-440-9251 (be sure to leave a call-back number in the message).  When emailing, please write "NCRC" at the begining of the subject line. Please inclue name, phone, and where you are coming from (for requests) or where you are offering a room (for offers).  Be specific with your needs or what you can offer (number of people, number of beds, pets/allergies, etc). Alternative Transportation Options:Menlo Atherton High School is less than one mile from the Menlo Park Caltrain Station, making it convenient to walk, bike or take a bus from the station to the conference. Here is a site that can help us organize carpools: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/xkmd07 Alternative Transportation Options: Train DetailsFrom the South Bay: You can take Caltrain from as far south as San Jose Diridon Station. Take the train to the Menlo Park Station.From San Francisco: VERY IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ: You will not be able to take Caltrain from any points north of Bayshore Station (due to weekend track work). If you are coming from north of Bayshore (including both San Francisco stations), here are your options: 1) Take a free bus from either San Francisco 4th & King or 22nd Street, and get dropped off at the Bayshore station to board the train heading south. 2) Take BART to the Millbrae Station where you can transfer to Caltrain.  These rules apply for going both directions. More information on the weekend bus service (plus other Caltrain details) can be found here: http://www.caltrain.com/riderinfo/newsletterandnotices/Weekend_SF_Caltrain_Closure_Oct__6__2018___Late_Spring_2019.html From the East Bay: Take BART to the Millbrae Station and transfer to Caltrain.  Alternative Transportation Options: Bike/Walk DetailsYou are able to take your bike onto Caltrain or BART. Caltrain has designated bicycle cars at the front or back of the trains.  There are ample bike racks at the High School, located across from the Theater and at both ends of the tennis courts.1) When exiting Caltrain, head to the east side of the tracks.2) Head south on Alma St. for one block.3) Turn left on Ravenswood Ave. 4) In a half mile, you will reach the high school at the end of Ravenswood Ave., where it meets Middlefield Rd. The entrance is across the street.   Alternative Transportation Options: Bus Details 1) When exiting Caltrain, head to the east side of the tracks and walk north toward the track crossing (Oak Grove Ave.).2) Turn right on Oak Grove Ave. 3) Walk two blocks to Laurel Street and there is a bus stop before the intersection. Stay on the south side of the street.4) Board the 296 SamTrans bus (fare is $2.25).5) Exit at the Middlefield Rd. and Survey Ln. stop. You will know the stop is coming when the bus turns right onto Middlefield Rd, at which point the high school will be on your left. 6) You will need to backtrack a few hundred feet back to the high school entrance. Nearby Saturday night dinner options - keep the conversation going! Left Bank menu - directions Ristorante Carpaccio menu - directions Applewood Pizza menu - directions AGENDA Weekend at a Glance (subject to change) Saturday January 26 8:30am – 9:00am:  Check-in and morning snack 9:30am – 9:45am:  Welcome and kick-off, Madeleine Para and Mary Selkirk 9:45am – 10:45pm:  Climate Advocate Training Workshop (part 1) 9:45am – 10:45am:  Leadership Training and Bill Briefing with Madeleine 11:00am – 11:45am:  Plenary Speaker: Representative Anna Eshoo, CA18 11:45am – 12:30pm:  Climate Advocate Training Workshop (part 2) 11:45am – 12:30pm:  NorCal Strategic Initiatives Panel 12:30pm – 1:45pm:  Lunch 1:50pm – 2:15pm:    State of the State 2:15p – 3:00pm:     Plenary Speaker: Paul Wenger, Past Pres, CA Farm Bureau 3:00pm – 3:30pm:    Break 3:30pm – 5:00pm:    Plenary Panel: State Level Carbon Pricing 5:00pm - 6:00pm:  Mini Film Festival 5:10pm - 6:30pm:    Breakout Fair  6:00pm - 7:00pm:    Networking and social hour Sunday January 27 8:30am – 9:00am:   Morning snack 9:30am – 10:45am:   Getting a bill through Congress: The Next Steps with Madeleine Para 10:45am – 11:00am:   Short Break 11:00am – 12:10pm:   Four Breakout Workshops (see below) 12:15am - 12:30pm:   Closing session w Mary, Tasha, Heath, & Jennifer (Speaker Bios Below) Plenary Panel: State Level Carbon Pricing (3:30pm to 5:00pm Saturday) Bob Archer, Danny Cullenward, Mari Rose Taruc; moderator: Lisa Danz NorCal Strategic Initiaives Panel (11:45am to 12:30pm Saturday) Tony Sirna, Janet Atkinson, Steve Hams, Connie Young; moderator: Whitney Larsen Breakout Fair (5:10pm to 6:30pm Saturday) Bob Archer - Economic Questions on the Fee & Dividend? Let's Talk Gary Latshaw - Opportunities for Decarbonization at the State and Local Level Des Orsinelli - Review of Three Economic Studies on the CFD Dave Massen - How to engage labor unions around CFD Harold Hedelman/Bruce Hagen - Business Climate Leaders and Bringing Business to the Table in 2019 Janet Atkinson - Help Energize the Educational Sector to Rise Up Together to Advocate for Climate Justice Ann Brown - Tips on Starting a New Chapter Cynthia Mahoney - The Earth & Energy Board Game Heath Massey/Phoebe Schenker - A CCL Bookclub: Do you want to read the hottest new books about climate change and discuss them with other climate champions?  Join us for a conversation about starting a CCL Book Club.  We have a list of books to start with;  bring your ideas and let's brainstorm. (additional information about the breakout fair here) Breakouts (11:00am to 12:10pm Sunday) 1) Central Valley Panel: Genevieve Gale, Russ Henly, John Andrews, Jeanne Merril      moderator: Jennifer Wood 2) Living Room Conversations: Stephen Reichling 3) Multiculural Outreach: Valerie Bane 4) On the Road for Climate Action: Shahir Masri and Athina Simolaris Speaker Bios Congresswoman Anna Eshoo has been an environmental champion throughout her 26 years of distinguished service in Congress, where she has long supported clean energy technology and putting a price on carbon. She joined the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus inMarch 2017 and was among the first to cosponsor H.R.7173 - TheEnergy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act. A third-generation farmer who grows almonds and walnuts on afamily farm in Modesto, Paul Wenger served as the California Farm Bureau president from 2009 to 2017, ending his term after serving the maximum eight years in office. Wenger also served on theAmerican Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors. Mari Rose Taruc of California Environmental Justice Alliance(CEJA), was formerly State Organizing Director for Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) and was also a member of the AB32Environmental Justice Advisory Committee. Danny Cullenward, an energy economist and lawyer, is Policy Director at Near Zero, providing research and analysis on climateand energy policy with a focus on informing state-level policy in California. He is a member of the CalEPA Independent EmissionsMarket Advisory Committee. Robert Archer a CCL member in the Marin chapter, is an economistwho worked for 30 years on energy reforms – electricity sector restructuring and privatization and regulatory development – inEastern Europe, the Former Soviet Union and South and Southeast Asia with USAID. Minors (under 18) Registration: If you are under the age of 18, or are registering for someone under 18, a signed permission slip must be completed to attend the conference. Please email [email protected] for a permission slip. Minors must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or chaperone (who must also be registered for the conference). Questions? Please email Tasha Reddy [email protected] By registering for this event, you are giving Citizens' Climate Lobby and Citizens' Climate Education permission to send you email including information about CCL/CCE and how you can volunteer and support our work. You can unsubscribe at any time by emailing [email protected] View our Privacy Policy.