Come to our “Ask the Recruiter” Expert Panel Event on 7/25!

12 07 2017

Hi Everyone,

Have you ever had a question that you were just dying to ask an employer or recruiter about the hiring process, how to land the right job, or how to get a promotion? 


Now, you’ll have a chance to hear directly from the hiring experts their smartest tips, the mistakes to avoid, and the inside scoop from the employer/recruiter standpoint!

The KIT List is hosting this free event, and I will moderate a panel of five experts from some of the Silicon Valley’s top recruitment firms for permanent, temp-to-perm and contract placements. We’ll have a combination of prepared questions and Q&A from the audience. 

Our panel will share their expert advice from working with companies including Facebook, Apple, LinkedIn, Nike, HP, Cisco, Microsoft, VMWare, Intuit, NetApp, Adobe, Stanford Health Care, Bank of the West, Wells Fargo, Kaiser, Blue Shield, Safeway, Varian Medical Systems, Brocade, and Gigamon, to name a few.

Join us at the beautiful Northside Branch of the Santa Clara Library in their large events room.

There is a space limit of 100 so please register for this free event, and be sure to arrive early to get a seat since this will be standing room only (if you can’t get in, then join us for the free mixer afterward). 

Tuesday, 7/25
7:00 – 8:30 PM  

Northside Branch Library
695 Moreland Way
Santa Clara CA 

There is no charge, but please register and arrive early: https://nskitlistpanel.eventbrite.com


Post-Event Mixer:
8:30 – 9:30 PM at 
Yan Can Asian Bistro (Across the street from the Library) 
The mixer is free; just pay for your own food and drinks. Some of the panelists will join us as well. 

This is a special opportunity to ask the questions you’ve always wanted to ask — and to get beyond the basics!

You are welcome to share this invitation with friends and colleagues, too. 

We hope to see you there!

Sue and Kelly Connelly 
(Yep, we’re sisters!) 
Your KIT List Team






Free Presentation on 6/21: “How to Start a Business in Silicon Valley”

18 06 2014

Hello Everyone,

Here is an excellent free event this Saturday, 6/21, for those of you who may have a whole new future by starting your own business!

Menlo Park Presbyterian Church (MPPC) has a terrific career and jobs program though their Career Action Center and services. They have events every first and third Saturday in Mountain View, CA.

They’ve got a great topic this Saturday, 6/21.

Check out their site for their services (many of my own friends have sung its praises) and the info for this Saturday’s free event is below.

It’s SO worth it to get out and meet smart people and learn effective strategies for taking charge of your career.

Go for it!

Sue

http://mppc.org/calendar/career-actions-ministry

Saturday, June 21
9:30 to 11:30 a.m.,
Menlo Park Presbyterian Church (MPPC)
Mountain View (CA) Campus, Fellowship Hall

Guest Speaker: Jenny Huang and Peter Sanchez of the Silicon Valley Small Business Development Center

Presentation Topic: “How to start a business in Silicon Valley”

About the presentation:
Assess your entrepreneurial profile, understand the legal requirements, permits and licenses needed to start your business, get started on your business plan, and learn about the wealth of resources available to help your small business get started, grow, and thrive.

About the Speakers: Jenny Huang has over 20 years of experience as a marketing consultant, a brand marketer and communicator in the hardware, software and telecommunications industries. She brings a rich background in branding and marketing, and a passion in assisting any growing start up or progressive company in building a strong brand identity and marketing foundation essential for leadership and differentiation in a competitive, global market environment. Her thorough and laser-focused approach to problem solving helps companies prioritize critical elements to launch a successful business and drive growth through consistent innovation and execution. She is the Founder and CEO of a boutique strategic marketing consulting practice based in Mountain View. She also serves as a business advisor assisting clients who seek help in start-up assistance, marketing strategy and message development, business planning, market research and access to capital.

Peter Sanchez has a wealth of experience in residential real estate, technology, education and banking. He is retired Manufacturing Engineer from Inter Corp and is the Co-Founder of a housing development non-profit. He has co-founded various businesses including Pacific Bay Capital Group, College Now, Friends of MESA and Silicon Valley Venture Partners. He is very active in the community and promotes entrepreneurship within his professional space of influence. His has a Bachelor’s of Science in Industrial Tech. Electronics from San Jose State University.

About the Silicon Valley Small Business Development Center:

The Silicon Valley Small Business Development Center (SV-SBDC) is dedicated to the success of entrepreneurs in the Greater Silicon Valley Area, which includes Santa Clara and South San Mateo Counties.

They offer a wide variety of services for present and potential small business owners,including no-charge expert counseling, low-cost training, information resources, events and seminars.

SBDC business advisors can assist you and your business in becoming lendable and may introduce you to appropriate funding sources. They can crystallize your thoughts on growth strategies, guide you through tough human resource decisions, and map out strategies to increase your sales and profits. All counseling services are confidential and free of charge.

Contact SV-SBDC at http://svsbdc.org/ or 408-351-3610.

Directions to 1667 Miramonte Ave. in Mountain View, CA

Contact: Marcia Davis-Cannon

http://mppc.org/calendar/career-actions-ministry