15 June 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Jumpstart Your Ideas at Idea Exchange – Seminar and Web Broadcast

Sharing. Connecting. Growing.

Join In-person or View “Live” Internet Webcast

> Advance in your career, grow a business or expand a non-profit.
> Connect with legal, financial, technology and marketing support.
> Share Ideas on the “Launch Pad”
> Students discover internship opportunities

Date: Tuesday, July 10th 2012

Time: 6pm – 8pm

Location: Harlem State Office Building and Online
8th Floor
163 West 125th Street
(Corner of 7th Avenue)

Cost: $0

RSVP: http://julyideaexchange.eventbrite.com/

Moderator: Andrew Morrison is the President of Small Business Camp. The company provides high-impact marketing strategies for entrepreneurs, executives and non-profit leaders. Andrew has as trained thousands of entrepreneurs from Hawaii to Nigeria and appeared on Oprah.

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Write, Print and Market Your Book in 16 Weeks Video Webcast
From the comfort of your home, you can spend a day with a community of individuals who are committed to writing a book in a weekend! Imagine creating a small 24 to 48 page book that brands your brilliance. Just watch our “live” webcast during the day to receive the education and motivation to become a self-published author. This 12-hour educational experience will be held on Saturday, July 21st from 9am until 9pm. Register at http://bookin16.eventbrite.com/ and receive $100 off with promotional code: DOIT

Virtual Summer Biology Camp
The Mentoring in Medicine Virtual Summer Biology Camp is coming to a computer near you. High school and college students are invited to learn advanced biology and train to become a MIM Community Health Ambassador. The best part is that it’s … FREE!!! The dates are Monday, July 9th until Friday, July 20th from 2-5pm daily. You can register at http://mimcamp.eventbrite.com/ You only need a computer with internet access and the desire to succeed.

Virtual Small Business Camp for Youth
Two week on-line summer camp from Monday, July 23rd until Friday, August 3rd that shows young people from ages 12 to 24 how to launch a for-profit or non-profit business. From the comfort of your home, you can watch a “live” web video presentation of the do’s and don’ts for making your own money this summer. All you need is a computer with a high-speed internet connection. Celebrity guests and successful business owners will share proven methods to grow a business at an early age. Learn how to select an event, service or product that you can sell during the summer. Register at http://youngceocamp.eventbrite.com/

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ATTENTION: Medical Professionals, Students, Parents, Educators and Community Leaders
Mentoring in Medicine presents
“Developing the Next Generation of Healthcare Professionals”

Attend this free reception to:

> Engage thought leaders concerning the challenges and opportunities to establishing a high-quality medical workforce.
> Learn about Mentoring in Medicine (MIM) – a national non-profit with a mission to encourage low-income students and underrepresented minorities to pursue careers in medicine.
> Develop a plan to promote existing academic enrichment and mentoring programs.
> Build a team of Community Health Ambassadors to deliver in-school initiatives, seminars and exercise programs.

Tuesday, June 26th in Houston from 6-7:30pm
RSVP: http://mimhouston.eventbrite.com/

Thursday, June 28th in Dallas from 6-7:30pm
RSVP: http://mimdallas.eventbrite.com/

About Mentoring in Medicine (www.MedicalMentor.org)
Over the past seven years, Mentoring in Medicine, Inc. conferences, after-school programs, clinical shadowing, service learning opportunities and social media have collectively touched over 10,000 parents, educators, health care professionals and students across the country. Dr. Lynne Holden, the founder, appeared in the New York Times, Essence Magazine and The Bev Smith Show. She is also the recipient of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leaders Award and Washington Post Root 100.

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