Time: 5:00 PM
Where: City University of Seattle
Address: 521 Wall Street, Suite 100 Seattle, WA 98121
End Date: Monday, October 13, 2014
End Time: 7:00pm
Contact Name: Anushka Hariharan
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Join your fellow entrepreneurs, business owners and influencers in the Pacific Northwest at City University of Seattle on October 13 from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. at CityU’s Seattle Campus as we learn from leaders in the industry about The New Funding Paradigm and how to leverage the power of the people to jumpstart good business through the use of crowdfunding.
�Wil Schroter, CEO and founder of Fundable - one of the largest equity and business-focused crowdfunding sites in the world
�Cyrus Habib, Washington State Representative and sponsor of legislation around crowdfunding
�Faith Henderson, Chief of Registration at the Department of Financial Institutions
�Ilene Ruvinsky, President of “Don’t Call me Ma’am” who will present a case study around the successful launch of her business, which successfully used crowdfunding.
To learn more about the speakers and this event please visit CityU's website.
A wine bar will be provided by the award-winning Dubindil Winery and appetizers will be offered by the entrepreneurial and philanthropic FareStart.
Time: 7:00 AM
Where: City University of Seattle
Address: 521 Wall St, Seattle, WA 98121
End Date: Wednesday, October 15, 2014
End Time: 9:00am
Contact Name: Arron Grow
Contact Email: email@example.com
Description: Come celebrate the launch of the School of Applied Leadership with breakfast and a conversation around leadership on October 15 from 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. at CityU's Seattle Campus.
Influencers in the Pacific Northwest are invited to join us and learn how their organization can benefit from CityU's new school -- the School of Applied Leadership -- a catalyst for leadership conversation, education, and innovation for Seattle and beyond. Participants will share in roundtable discussions on important topics relevant to leaders today.
Roundtables will be hosted by CityU Leadership faculty and members of the Northwest Chapter of the National Speakers Association. More information will follow in weeks to come.
A continental breakfast will be provided and doors will open at 7:00 a.m.
This event is co-sponsored by City University of Seattle and the Northwest Chapter of the National Speakers Association.
Time: 5:30 PM
Where: City University of Seattle, Downtown Campus
Address: 521 Wall Street, suite 100, Seattle WA, 98121
End Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014
End Time: 8:00pm
Contact Name: Linh Luong
Contact Email: linglingluong@CityU.edu
Description: The next hand you shake could change your career!
We welcome back Puget Sound PMI's signature networking event, which enables project managers to share ideas and form relationships in their community and with hiring companies. We encourage meeting new people and developing relationships, to which purpose we will have one of our (in)famous ice breaker games. Project managers have benefited from these mixers in the past and some have found employment as a result of relationships started at these events.
As people get to know you, both your personality and and talents, they will be able to better help you get to the next level of your career which fits you and your needs.
Ice Breaker Game Challenge?
Come find out what it is and win some cool prizes!
Recruiters & Resumes
Exciting local firms will be present to meet you and discuss the next steps in your next career growth. We encourage you to come and meet them and arrange the next step in your adventure if you hit it off.
Time: 9:00 AM
Where: City University of Seattle
Address: 521 Wall Street, Suite 100
End Date: Friday, October 17, 2014
End Time: 4:00pm
Contact Name: Liz Stevens
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Learn from regional experts who will present on topics related to the “nuts and bolts” of setting up and maintaining a successful private practice in the helping professions.
�Business aspects of setting up a private practice
�Marketing a private practice
�Obtaining supervision and support
�Ethical and Legal issues
�Early Bird Rate (expires September 30) - $95
�Regular Rate (applies after October 1) - $110
�CityU Students - $30
�CityU Faculty - $75
�Laura Groshong, MA, LICSW, has a private practice in Seattle, Washington. She is the director of government relations for the Clinical Social Work Association, and a registered lobbyist in Washington for five groups. Laura presents and writes frequently on the intersection between mental health practice and statutory regulation and clinical issues in practice.
�Ginny Miller is a City University of Seattle alumni graduating in 2006 with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology. Ginny maintains a full time private practice in Renton. Her clientele includes adolescents, adults, and families dealing with relationship difficulties, addiction, trauma, anxiety, and depression.
�Catherine Pagano received her MSW in 1991. She built her practice after working for over 20 years providing school-based mental health counseling. Through extensive networking and a shoestring budget, she met with success starting up her practice at the same time as the economic crisis of 2008.
�Susan Ross is a LICSW in Washington State. She has been in private practice for ten years, and she works with children, adolescents, and adults who have ADD/ADHD, and other mental health, emotional, or social issues. Susan is trained in EMDR and incorporates this treatment in her work with clients who have trauma histories. Susan graduated from the University of Michigan School if Social Work in 1977 and obtained Advanced Clinical Social Worker certification in 1979.
�Sara Slater, MSW, LICSW, has a private practice in Seattle and Bellevue. She is an Advanced Level PACT therapist (Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy), studying with PACT creator, Stan Tatkin, PsyD. Sara previously provided services in non-profit agencies, major medical centers, and employee assistance programs, primarily focused on addressing interpersonal violence through direct service, community intervention, and public education. She received a BA in Education and Child Study from Smith College and Child Study and her MSW from University of Washington.
�Reid Stell received his Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from CityU in 2010, and his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a marketing emphasis from the University of Washington in 1977. His private practice offices are in Seattle and Kirkland. A longtime member of the Washington Mental Health Counselors Association, he also serves as their executive director.
�If you cancel before September 30, registrants will only be charged a $10 administrative fee and will be refunded the balance of their registration fee.
�If registrants cancel after September 30, but by October 12, he or she will get a 50 percent refund.
�No refund will be received if people cancel after October 12.
Parking is available on the street or nearby for a nominal fee. To see more information about parking in the area please visit this page about parking in the Belltown neighborhood.
If you have questions, please email Liz Stevens.